The City of Fort Lauderdale is a proud recipient of a Made To Move grant from Degree® Deodorant and Blue Zones. This $100,000 grant will allow the City to enhance accessibility and connections to the Flagler Greenway, a multi-use trail along Flagler Drive between Broward Boulevard and Sunrise Boulevard. The Flagler Greenway Transportation Equity Improvement Project will include new bike and micro-mobility parking, as well as wayfinding and placemaking features. The goal of this project is to increase opportunities for alternative, active transportation methods to promote health and well-being by enhancing the existing infrastructure to create a more comfortable and inviting experience for people of all ages and abilities using various modes of transportation.
The project has three objectives:
- Enhance accessibility,
- Increase formalized bicycle and dockless mobility parking, and
- Enhance wayfinding and placemaking.
Stay tuned for details about upcoming meetings and events where you can learn more about the project and share your feedback! In the meantime, please take a few minutes to complete the survey below.
The following questionnaire should take approximately 5 minutes to complete and is intended to capture your awareness and perceptions of the Flagler Greenway. The questionnaire will also be used to measure utilization rates, identify preferred transportation methods to reach destinations within close proximity to the Flagler Greenway, and prioritize focus areas for the current project.
This questionnaire will be conducted twice to measure improvements in awareness, perception, and utilization rates as well as to obtain feedback once the project is completed. You will be contacted once the follow-up questionnaire is available, unless you opt-out in response to the final question below.