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Please visit our Emergency website for the latest information on openings and closings in Miami-Dade County.
Reports and Plans
Miami-Dade Transit is committed to achieving openness and transparency in its functional operations and the development of transportation programs and services. In addition, MDT remains committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity.
Miami-Dade County is getting smart about managing mobility. How? It all starts with a plan. The Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit Plan – also known as the SMART Plan – has been set in motion and will transform transportation in the County. The strategy involves expanding public transit into six rapid transit corridors, and supported by a bus express rapid transit network.
MDT10AHEAD Transit Development Plan
MDT10Ahead, the Transit Development Plan, is a ten-year strategic vision for Miami–Dade Transit to promote the operation of an efficient, reliable, and financially sustainable transit system.
Transit System Bicycle Master Plan
The Transit System Bicycle Master Plan was prepared to provide a clear roadmap to MDT, SFRTA, and to other agencies to improve bicycle access. This plan sets out to evaluate existing bicycle-with-transit conditions within Miami-Dade County.
Annual Financial Reports
Miami-Dade Transit annual financial reports are available.
The departmental business plan succinctly communicates the department's intended accomplishments for the current and next fiscal year and describes any factors which may limit the department's ability to achieve these accomplishments.
The Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) in coordination with Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) developed Short and Near-Term Transportation Plans to lay a foundation for future transit improvements along other transit corridors in the County. MDT decided to enhance characteristics of bus mode to provide a better quality of service with more features. These transit improvements are referred to as “Enhanced Bus Services” (EBS).
2013 Title VI Program Report
This document was prepared by Miami-Dade Transit (MDT), a Department of Miami-Dade County, Florida, in response to the reporting requirements prescribed by Federal Transit Administration Circular 4702.1B published October 1, 2012.
Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Audit Response
MDT’s most recent responses to the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) audit.
Paratransit Operations Reports
Miami-Dade Transit coordinates Special Transportation Service (STS) provided by Miami-Dade County in compliance with the complementary paratransit service provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990.
Ridership Technical Reports
Performance analysis reports.
Transit Centers include Metrobus terminals, rapid transit stations, and transit transfer facilities where several routes or lines or different modes converge. They are designed to handle the movement of transit vehicles and the boarding, alighting and transferring of passengers between transit routes, lines or transit modes. In the planning and design of transit centers high priority shall be given to providing a safe, attractive and comfortable environment for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users; such amenities shall include weather protection, ample paved walkways, sidewalks, lighting, and landscaping, and ancillary uses that provide conveniences to transit patrons such as cafes, newsstands and other retail sales.
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