The Fort Lauderdale Beach Mobility Study seeks to gain a better understanding of mobility, or how people get around utilizing all modes of transportation, within the beach communities. The Study will focus primarily on the barrier island south of Sunrise Boulevard and north of the Port Everglades Inlet.
This page will provide updates on the development of the plan and include opportunities for Fort Lauderdale neighbors to provide input on the plan and the most critical areas of focus.
Input received through the Beach Mobility Study will result in a ranking of proposed projects along with funding and implementation mechanisms.
Take a short survey
To provide valuable input needed for the development of the Beach Mobility Study, please participate in one of the two surveys below. Of the two individual surveys, the first is designed to target those who visit the beach as a South Florida resident, business owner, or an employee of a beach business. The second survey is designed to target those who visit the beach as tourists. The survey should not take more than 15 minutes to complete.
- Please click HERE to access the Beach Mobility Study South Florida Resident, Business Owner, or Employee of a Beach Business Survey.
- Please click HERE to access the Beach Mobility Study Tourist Survey.
Map Your Improvement Ideas
To provide your input on some of the areas for improvement within the Fort Lauderdale beach area, please see our WikiMapping website located below. WikiMapping allows anyone to enter information related to mobility including opportunities and needs for elements related to sidewalks, bike lanes, traffic signals, stop signs, crosswalks, areas of frequent congestion, or any other opportunity or issue you may feel is present.