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Miami River Tunnel Feasibility Study

The Miami-Dade TPO commissioned this study from a long-term solution perspective to examine the feasibility of a tunnel facility under the Miami River. This report documents the investigation of the feasibility of constructing a tunnel facility connecting Brickell Avenue and Biscayne Boulevard under the Miami River in Downtown Miami. Such a tunnel would provide relief to traffic using the Brickell Avenue bridge, and lessen the severity of congestion near the bridge.  The specific focus of the study was to identify alternatives that were technically feasible in regard to geometric alignment and construction method. While the study touches upon environmental and traffic circulation elements associated with a tunnel in this area, those elements were limited in their scope. The primary mission was to develop conceptual tunnel configurations that could be implemented, and that could be further investigated in subsequent more detailed studies.

Download the Miami River Tunnel Feasibility Study Executive Summary and Final Report (August 2017).


Optimizing NOMI Express Routes, Connections, and Technology Study

This City of North Miami MGP study, consisting of six tasks, examined opportunities to link intra- and intercity transportation through a comprehensive service and operations analysis of existing routes. This resulting result recommends changes based on local needs, an on-board survey in January/February 2017, and a review of technology options available to enhance local service. Implementation of new technology and the recommended route alternatives will increase system efficiency and help North Miami in creating a better transit system for its residents and visitors.

Download the Optimizing NOMI Express Routes, Connections, and Technology final report of June 2017.


SW 127th Ave Connector Study

The SW 127th Ave Connector Study was done to expand one of the recommendations of the SW 152nd St Mobility Solutions study that was completed earlier this year. The purpose of this study, commissioned by the TPO, is to investigate options for the connection of SW 127th Avenue at the railroad. The analysis is undertaken at a conceptual level of detail.

Download Final Report and Presentation.


New Bicycle Facilities Map!

More than a hundred miles of paved paths, bike lanes, and unpaved trails exist in Miami-Dade County. In addition, most major streets and many neighborhood streets have sidewalks for safe walking.

Check out the new Miami-Dade Bicycle Facilities Map to find a path, lane or trail near you.


Pocket Guide to Transportation Now Available

Citizens Pocket Guide 2017"On the Move…" Miami-Dade County's pocket guide to transportation is the citizens’ guide that provides transportation information for transit, highway, ride-sharing, ports, bicycle and pedestrian, and much more. To obtain copies in English, Spanish, and/or Creole, please contact Regina Serrano at (305) 375-1522 or

View the:

  • On the Move... Miami-Dade County Pocket Guide to Transportation as a Flipbook and PDF.
  • En Marcha... Guia de Transporte del Condado Miami-Dade (Spanish) as a Flipbook and PDF.
  • An Machan... Yon liv gid sou Transpotasyon nan Konte Miami-Dade (Haitian Creole) as a Flipbook and PDF.


SMART Plan Revised and Approved

SMART Plan North BERTThe Miami-Dade TPO Governing Board approved a new Bus Express Rapid Transit (BERT) route: Florida's Turnpike Express (North) as depicted by e2 in the map shown here. The SMART Plan is a bold infrastructure investment program of projects that will significantly improve transportation mobility, provide a world-class transit system that will support economic growth and competitiveness in the global arena. The Plan represents a vision for our region that is both strategic and far-reaching, creating a system of multiple transportation options by leveraging existing infrastructure, and integrating technology at the highest levels. The plan is comprehensive, proactive, and supports the future population and employment growth anticipated in our region

  • View in the map shown here.



The FY 2018-22 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is Approved

The fiscal year 2018-22 TIP was approved by the Miami-Dade TPO Governing Board on June 22, 2017. These are allocations for transportation improvements to be implemented in Miami-Dade County over the next five years. Included in the TIP are Intermodal, Highway, Transit, Aviation, Seaport and Non-Motorized improvements. As required by federal regulations, projects receiving federal funds are to be drawn from those listed in this document. In addition, projects not using federal funds, but which are part of the area's program of improvements, are also shown in the TIP. While it is anticipated that most of these projects will be implemented as programmed, they will be periodically evaluated by the TPO, as the TIP is updated or amended, as necessary.

View the FY 2018-22 TIP and its accompanying Citizen’s Guide here.


Celebrating the Miami-Dade TPO’s 40th Anniversary!

Miami-Dade TPO 40th Anniversary

On March 2, 1977, the Miami-Dade TPO was established to guide the transportation planning process in the Miami Urbanized Area. Over the past 40 years, partnerships with the various regional transportation agencies have been crucial to the movement towards providing mobility options for Miami-Dade County.


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