BROWARD COUNTY, FL – The Broward
County Commission will hold a public hearing at 10AM on Tuesday, October 23,
2018 at the Broward County Governmental Center, Room 422, 115 South Andrews
Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, to receive public input on Broward County Transit
(BCT) proposed new limited-stop fixed-bus service along Broward Boulevard
between Sunrise and downtown Fort Lauderdale, the Broward Breeze. If no
revisions are made to the service plan, this route will become final.
If approved, the proposed new
route supports the Board’s Visions and Values for “Cooperatively delivering an
efficient and accessible regional intermodal transportation network” and
“Consistently delivering responsive, efficient, quality services to the public
and internal customers.”
Following is a description of the
proposed new route:
This proposed new service will
travel westbound and eastbound, giving customers access to employment,
education centers, appointments, and entertainment venues in Sunrise,
Plantation, and downtown Fort Lauderdale. The hours of operation will be
weekday peak directional and the buses will be 42-foot Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)
style NABI vehicles equipped with wi-fi. The Broward Breeze will run every 30 minutes
on weekdays only, with service from 5:40 AM to 10:16 AM and 4:05 PM to 8:46 PM.
The service will begin operation in January 2019.
Public participation is solicited
without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability,
or family status. Persons with disabilities who require assistance should
notify BCT at (954) 357-8481 or phone the TDD line at (954) 357-8302 at least 2
business days in advance of the meeting.
If you are unable to attend the
public hearing, send your written comments to:
Broward County Transit, Customer
Relations and Communications
1 North University Drive, Suite
Plantation, FL 33324
Or, send comments to email@example.com.