Percent Complete: 50%
Start Date: 10/01/2021
End Date: 09/30/2022
The Transportation Improvement Plan for Fiscal Year 2022 shows the efforts planned or underway to ensure acceptable levels of service and safe driving conditions are maintained in the City. The City's Traffic Management Team (TMT) meets monthly to address issues pertaining to the safe and efficient use of the roadway network. Projects include, but are not limited to, traffic calming, road resurfacing, turn lanes at intersections, as well as pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure improvements. The TMT will continue to investigate new technologies and services that might increase the safety, sustainability and efficiency of the road network for all modes of transportation.
The City will continue working with Broward County to increase pedestrian signal improvements to enhance mobility and connectivity, including the installation of audible pedestrian countdown installations at intersections with high levels of pedestrian activity as well as transit signal priority along premium transit corridors. Broward County is planning several improvements including updated traffic signal synchronization, the installation of new mast arms with pedestrian countdown signals, and the installation of master arms and transit signal priority along Sample Road and University Drive. To encourage the safe utilization of bicycles, Broward County will be constructing a new bike lane along Coral Ridge Drive as a mobility enhancement for City residents.
For Fiscal Year 2022, the recurring capital funds will be used to replace six temporary rubber speed cushions with permanent asphalt materials for projects on Shadow Wood Boulevard, NW 20th Street, and NW 104th Avenue. Excess funding would be utilized for the repair of speed cushions and maintaining the thermoplastic pavement markings and signage to improve the safety and visibility of all traffic calming locations through the City. Operating costs include labor for the installation and repair of speed cushion.
This quarter, the Traffic Management Team discussed 39 public inquiries and conducted 5 traffic studies. Further, the team worked to submit three MCP Cycle 3 projects along NW 40th Street, Coral Hills Drive, and NW 39 Street. These projects were ranked for funding through the Mobility Advancement Program after FY2027. The Surtax Legal team is finalizing the Project Funding Agreement for MCP Cycle 1 Emergency Traffic Signals. Additionally, the City is preparing to submit the MCP R&M Alleyways construction checklist. Design for improvements along NW 40th Street between Riverside Drive and University Drive are underway. Also, the TMT is working toward LAP certification for safety improvements along Royal Palm Boulevard.
Initiatives: Closed Out/Completed | On Target/In Progress | Behind Schedule/Late | Discussion Needed Retreat/Workshop Item | Delay/Hold | No Milestone | Not Defined
Initiatives: Closed Out/Completed | On Target/In Progress | Behind Schedule/Late | Discussion Needed | Retreat/Workshop Item | Delay/Hold | No Milestone | Not Defined
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