TAMO will only consider completed applications submitted from August 30, 2021, to September 10, 2021. Applications received after 5:00 pm, on September 10, 2021, will be reviewed at the discretion of the Program Manager. By submitting an application, providers acknowledge that they have read, understand, and agree, to the License requirements in Ordinance 21-278 and Resolution 21-1760, without changes to its term and conditions, and if selected, agree to abide by them. A completed application must include the following components, which demonstrate an applicant’s ability to comply with all corresponding program requirements set through this application.
Payments will only be accepted by Managerial Check for the amount of $275.00, addressed to the Town of Miami Lakes, and dated the day of the submission or before.
** If you have any questions on the payment method or process, feel free to contact us at 305-364-6100, or by email at email@example.com. The primary contact for questions or submission of any document should
be remitted to the address listed below:
Mr. Michael Zayas-Morales
Manager, Transportation and Mobility Office
In person: Town of Miami Lakes
Dockless Mobility Pilot Program
ATTN: Michael Zayas
6601 Main Street
Miami Lakes, Florida, 33014
Feedback received from both the Transportation Summit and the Community Forum were used to develop the Town's Transportation Initiatives, which is designed to address mobility issues within the Town of Miami Lakes. To get more information on each of these initiatives, click on the pins located in the map below.
The Town of Miami Lakes is situated in the North West area of Miami-Dade County and it serves approximately 30,000 residents and 1,500 businesses. Access into the town is primarily via the Palmetto Expressway, I-75, and the Gratigny Expressway. These various expressways provide multiple approaches to the Town of Miami Lakes, but also limit the internal mobility within it; providing only one road that connects the east and the west side of Town.
Traffic congestion is the most common concern for both residents and businesses in Miami Lakes. The Town recognizes that assuring adequate mobility for residents, workers, and visitors requires a focus on all modes of transportation.
As an initiative of Councilman Nelson Rodriguez and the previous Vice Mayor Tony Lama, a Transportation Summit was held in 2015, in order to bring together the relevant stakeholders and experts of all agencies responsible for transportation. The Summit was designed to focus intensely on specific problems, while ensuring that all agencies’ actions are strategically coordinated to achieve optimal solutions. Town elected officials and staff were joined by the Florida Department of Transportation, Miami-Dade Transit, Miami-Dade Expressway Authority, Miami-Dade County Public Works, Miami-Dade Tranportation Planning Organization, South Florida Commuter Services, and the Town's civil/traffic engineering consultants Kimley-Horn and Associates and Corradino and Associates, to brainstorm and discuss possible ways to relieve congestion/mobility issues present in the Town.
Following the Transportation Summit with elected officials and staff, the Town hosted a Community Forum on Transportation to provide a recap of the Town’s Transportation Summit and the strategies voted upon to be included in the Town's 2015-2025 Strategic Plan.
For adopted strategies with funding estimates, click here
For presentations made at the Community Forum, click pdf here (1.96 MB)
Transportation Summit Presentations:
I. Commissioner Esteban Bovo – Long Term County Vision
a. Description of the Problem
b. Town Policies & Initiatives
c. Ideas to Generate Discussion
a. Congestion factors
b. Adaptive signals technology
a. Gratigny Expressway
a. Work Program Projects
b. Palmetto Expressway and Intersection Impacts at 154th St., 67th Ave. and 57th Ave.
a. Overview of Transit Service in the Area
b. Transit Development Program / Planned Projects
VII. Miami-Dade County Public Works, Frank Aira, Chief of Traffic Signals and Signs, Joan Shen, Chief of Traffic Engineering and Antonio Cotarelo, County Engineer/Deputy Director
a. Improvements planned
VIII. Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), Carlos Roa, Executive Director
a. Miami Lakes TDM Partnership
b. Alternative Modes Marketing Campaign