Lend Your Support
The City is applying to the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Cycle 8, Complete Streets and Other Localized Initiative Program (CSLIP) for two traffic calming and bicycle/pedestrian improvement projects. The 2024 Cycle 8 CSLIP Project Application window is currently open and successful applications must demonstrate “community support” for the proposed projects. The projects identified are as follows:
Polk Street Traffic Calming Project from N 26th Avenue to Dixie Highway
Re-purposing one vehicle lane to slow down traffic. The re-purposed lane will be re-configured into either one bi-directional buffered bicycle lane (Option A) or two multi-purpose trails (Option B). The project will also include improved sidewalks, crosswalks, ADA upgrades, and new landscaping.
West Park Road Traffic Calming Project between North Park Road and N 56th Avenue
Re-purposing one eastbound/westbound lane to slow down traffic. The re-purposed lanes will be reconfigured into buffered bicycle lanes, improved sidewalks and crosswalks, ADA upgrades, median improvements, and new landscaping. The goal of these projects is to reduce vehicular traffic speeds and improve overall corridor safety.
The goal of these projects is to reduce vehicular traffic speeds and improve overall corridor safety. Lend your support for the projects:
For more information, visit the project webpage