Citizen's Independent Transportation Trust
The Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust (CITT) is the 15-member body created to oversee the People’s Transportation Plan funded with the half-percent sales surtax.
The Office of the Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust (OCITT) provides staff support for the CITT and coordinates public outreach efforts to inform the community regarding the improvements that have been implemented using surtax funds.
Celebrating 10 Years Moving Our Community Forward
The Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust (CITT) celebrates 10 years of transportation improvements made possible by the People’s Transportation Plan (PTP) approved by Miami-Dade County voters on November 5, 2002.
Over the past 10 years PTP projects have enhanced public transportation, provided greater mobility options and improved safety and convenience for passengers, motorists and pedestrians alike
PTP 5-Year Implementation Plan
This report represents the first annual update of the Five Year Plan. It documents current status of progress in the implementation of surtax funded projects versus the baseline provided in last year's initial plan, including references to these projects from the County's 2011-2012 Adopted Capital Budget.
Meetings and Events
Take a look at our calendar for upcoming
CITT meetings and events .
It is the policy of Miami Dade County to comply with all of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The facility is accessible. For sign language interpreters, assistive listening devices please call 305-375-3481 at least five days in advance.
The New MIA Metrorail Station and Orange Line Service
In May 2009, Miami-Dade County broke ground on a 2.4-mile extension of Metrorail that runs from the existing Earlington Heights station to the Miami Intermodal Center (MIC), which is under construction next to Miami International Airport (MIA).
The new MIA Metrorail Station and Orange Line Service is considered the centerpiece of the People's Transportation Plan (PTP), approved by Miami-Dade voters in 2002. The bulk of the funding for the $506 million project came from the PTP half-penny tax, with the Florida Department of Transportation contributing $101.3 million.
CITT Nominating Committee Accepting Applications
The CITT Nominating Committee is accepting applications year-round from citizens who wish to serve as CITT volunteers.
Citizens Can Provide Input to Miami-Dade Transit's Title VI Non-Discrimination Program
In response to recent changes made by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) on Title VI Requirements and Guidelines for FTA Recipients (FTA C4702.1B), Miami-Dade Transit is looking for citizens to provide input on proposed polices regarding major service changes and their impacts on fixed-route services. View the plan and other information.
The public can submit comments on the policy changes to the MDT Title VI Office of Civil Rights and Labor Relations (OCR/LR) in writing at 701 NW 1st Court, 17th Floor, Miami, FL 33169; by fax to (786) 469-5589; or via e-mail to the Title VI Office.
Metropolitan Planning Organization is Updating the Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) to 2040
The LRTP is updated every five years focusing on developing and implementing projects that improve the operation of the existing transportation system. View the plans and other information at http://www.miamidade.gov/mpo/plans/m13-plans-lrtp.htm
Miami-Dade Transit's (MDT) Transit Development Program (TDP) is Now Available
The Transit Development Program is the 10-year strategic vision for Miami–Dade Transit to promote the operation of an efficient, responsive and financially sustainable transit system. View the plan and other information.
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