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Travel Survey Challenge

If you’re a southeast Florida resident who would like to get involved and assist in improving local transportation, then this Travel Survey Challenge is for you!

On March 6, 2017, the Southeast Florida Transportation Council (SEFTC) launches the Battle of the Counties Travel Survey Challenge — a friendly, data-collecting challenge between the residents of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties – in an effort to improve the local transportation system.

Travel information provided by you will offer insight and a new perspective to making counties more economically vibrant.

The 2017 Battle of the Counties Travel Survey Challenge influences optimal ways of catering to the diverse and evolving transportation needs in southeast Florida. The feedback from local residents will assist transportation engineers and planners to improve our roads, reduce traffic congestion and provide safer sidewalks and bicycle facilities. By 2040, the southeast Florida region is expected to grow 25 percent, from 5.6 million people to 7 million people.

Remember, it takes a lifetime to complete a journey, but only one minute to start it. Ready for the Battle of the Counties? Start now! Take the Travel Survey Challenge today!

Paving of MLK Blvd from the Trunpike to Powerline

On Monday, July 31st, repaving of MLK Blvd will commence and continue for approximately 2 weeks. The area to be paved includes MLK Blvd from the Turnpike to Powerline road and includes turnouts to the side streets.

Briny Ave Construction Project

The following documents contains more details regarding Briny Ave Construction Project.


For more information please contact the project manager 954.545.7009

Road/Highway Construction

To learn more about Florida Department of Transportation highway projects and construction in our area please visit the Florida Department of Transportation web site. For local projects contact our Engineering Division at 954.786.4061. To view real time traffic reports click here (511).

For more information please see our Capital Improvement Projects page.