Mobility Advancement Program - Brought to you by the Penny for Transportation

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The Mobility Advancement Program (MAP), funded by the Broward County voter-approved transportation surtax, is the name used to describe all the elements of the 30-year project-based plan. The plan includes transit, public works, municipal projects, innovation investments, planning, operations and maintenance, and administrative support services used to operationalize the Program.

In 2021, MAP rebranded with a new name, MAP Broward, to acknowledge the program's dedicated services to the Broward County community. For more information on the County-wide program, please visit the MAP Broward website here


Cycle 1 approved projects in the City of Hollywood total approximately $11.7 Million.  

Awarded Municipal Rehabilitation and Maintenance Projects: $5,672,326

  • Resurfacing of North 58th Ave and Sidewalk Repair Project - $1,666,863 - Status: In Progress. Project Details: The project includes 1.1 miles of resurfacing on N 58th Ave. between Johnson St. & Sheridan St, sidewalk repairs, and drainage improvements. 
  • Sidewalk, Pavement and Arterial Resurfacing Project - $2,967,457 - Status: In Progress. Project Details: 5 phases of milling, paving, resurfacing and sidewalk repairs to benefit the residents and visitors walking, biking & driving in District 3 & 4.
  • Liberty Street Sidewalk Repairs and ADA Upgrades Project - $1,038,006 - Status: In Progress. Project Details: The project includes approximately 350 ft. of sidewalk replacement, ADA upgrades, drainage repairs, and pavement resurfacing on Liberty Street between N. 33rd. Ave. & N. 31 Ave.

Municipal Capital Project Details: $6,070,000

  • Hollywood Blvd from East End of City Hall Circle to Dixie Hwy Complete Streets Improvements - Funded Phase: Construction at $700,000 - Status: Executed - Project Underway. Project Details: Proposed landscaping is associated with a MPO-funded complete streets project. 
  • Industrial Park and Corridor Improvements - Funded Phase: Construction at $5,000,000 - Project Details: Drainage improvements addressing runoff from public roads are eligible per Section III (B) of ILA. Drainage calculations must be submitted to confirm that only incidental drainage from private property, if any, is included in the design of the drainage system. 
  • Complete Streets - State Rd 7 - Funding Phase: Design at $120,000 - Project Details: City contribution to enhance the $60 million FDOT improvement project to fund mobility hubs; pedestrian access to the linear park; lighting; play & exercise equipment, shade structure, drinking fountains; wayfinding signage; traffic calming; paved parking. 
  • Complete Streets - Johnson Street - Funding Phase: Planning at $150,000 - Project Details: Acquisition of right of way along Johnson Street for implementation of Complete Streets design. 
  • Transportation/Traffic Calming - District 5 - Funding Phase: Design at $100,000 - Project Details: Construct missing sidewalk network, improve deficient network (narrow asphalt walks, 64th Ave, south side of Johnson St to Taft St), Improve ADA and school crossings ramps. Improve lighting near the schools, parks, intersection and school crossings. 

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