Please join us for the 6th Annual Safe Streets Summit! The Summit is a collaborative
effort between the Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization, the Broward
Metropolitan Planning Organization as well as the Palm Beach Transportation Planning
Agency to provide a local yet regionally connected approach to prioritizing and
implementing Complete Streets throughout Southeast Florida. This is the first year it will
be hosted in Miami-Dade County!
The Safe Streets Summit brings together national speakers, public officials, technical
staff, and community partners to elevate our efforts on how to design and implement safe
and equitable transportation facilities for all modes of transportation. This year the
Summit will be held at the Intercontinental Miami hotel.
The theme for 2019 is "Safe Streets, Smart Streets," bringing a focus on the
implementation of innovative transportation efforts that address challenges of the future.
This year's Summit will seek to inspire decision makers and agencies to implement
multimodal transportation solutions that expand travel options through first/last mile
connections to transit and will emphasize the importance of actively incorporating equity
and inclusion throughout all efforts. The Summit will highlight successful efforts
nationally and across the region that offer practical and replicable strategies to address
safety, health, economic development, and local transportation challenges.
We are proud to have the 17th United States Secretary of Transportation, Anthony Foxx, as
our Keynote Speaker. Our Emcee will be Emiko Atherton, the Director of the National
Complete Streets Coalition. Registration and other summit details are available at:
Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization
111 NW 1st Street, Suite 920
Miami, FL 33128
Phone: (305) 375-1647
Fax: (305) 375-4950
For complaints, questions or concerns about civil rights or nondiscrimination, or for
special requests under the American with Disabilities Act, please contact Paul Chance at
(305) 375-1888 or paul.chance(a)mdtpo.org