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In the early part of 2017, households located throughout Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties were asked to participate in the Regional Household Travel Survey sponsored by the Southeast Florida Transportation Council (SEFTC). Whether you travel from place to place by car, train, bus, bicycle or any other mode, results from this study will provide important data to help decisionmakers select the best transportation projects for the future. Additional information about the Regional Travel Survey can be found here



On October 27, 2015, the 2040 Regional Transportation Plan was adopted by the Council. On November 6, 2015, the Plan was shared with the region during an interactive Rollout event where transportation agencies rode Tri-Rail for the day sharing the Plan with commuters and travelers. Riding the train to three separate events, one in Boca Raton, Dania Beach, and Miami, attendees heard from key speakers to learn more about transportation agencies and investments in the region. Click the RTP Rollout Events link below to learn more about the event!

RTP Rollout Events View The 2040 RTP Download 2040 RTP



As a result of the 2000 U.S. census, the Miami Urbanized Area encompasses parts of the Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. The Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) for each respective County responded to the potential of consolidating into a single MPO by committing to develop and implement a coordinated planning effort resulting in, but not limited to:

  • Regional long range transportation plan covering the tri-county region
  • Regional project prioritization and selection process
  • Regional public involvement process
  • Performance measures to assess the effectiveness of regional coordination

The following link below provides a brief overview of the SEFTC and associated products.

Southeast Florida Transportation Council Overview Brochure



The 2018 SEFTC Meeting Calendar may be found by clicking the link below. Individual meeting details are posted on the "Meetings" page one week in advance of a meeting.

Southeast Florida Transportation Council 2018 Meeting Calendar



After several years of ad hoc cooperation, the Southeast Florida Transportation Council was created, under Florida Statutes Chapter 339. 175, to serve as a formal forum for policy coordination and communication to carry out these regional initiatives agreed upon by the MPOs from Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. An interlocal agreement between the three parties was completed in 2005 paving the way for the first SEFTC meeting in January 2006. The three SEFTC members and their alternates are listed under the "Members" section. To track the achievements and progress being made through this regional group, please view the Regional Reports found under the "Regional Information" section.

Interlocal Agreement creating the Southeast Florida Transportation Council

  • Regional Transportation Technical Advisory Committee (RTTAC) Meeting
    2018-04-11  AT 1:30 pm

    Location To Be Determined
  • Regional Transportation Technical Advisory Committee (RTTAC) Meeting
    2018-05-09  AT 1:30 pm

    Location To Be Determined
  • RTTAC Modeling Subcommittee Meeting
    2018-05-16  AT 9:30 am

    Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization, Trade Centre South 100 West Cypress Creek Road, 6th Floor, Suite 650, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

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