Recently, Scott explored an opportunity to improve mobility and connect to a major transportation network by initiating discussions with Brightline about the possible benefits to residents of a station in Boca Raton. This discussion, in its initial stages, has already received positive feedback about the possibility of taking cars off the road while connecting to a downtown circulator and parking garage to ease congestion. Before this latest effort, Scott voted for better technology and more staff to actively monitor intersections to fix traffic problems before they start. He voted to expand roadway capacity downtown to ease flow from the barrier island and beach. Scott opposed changes to policies that would send more traffic through neighborhoods. Mayor Singer voted for changes at the county Transportation Planning Agency that will allow cities to have greater options in spending precious federal transportation dollars. Scott has voted against downtown projects that had less than the required number of parking spaces.