Connecting Communities

A | A | A

Public Comment Opportunities
Public Participation Plan

Click here to review the draft 2020 updates for the TPA Public Participation Plan.

TIP Amendment 1

Click here to review the proposed amendment to incorporate the FDOT Roll-Forward Report that carries over funds to the FY 2021-25 that remain from the previous Fiscal Year.

Check out the latest TPA e-news!

Click here for the latest issue and sign up near the bottom of this website to receive twice monthly issues in your email inbox.

September TPA Meetings

TPA advisory committee meetings and the Governing Board meeting will be held as combination in-person and virtual meetings, and the public is encouraged to participate. Meeting agendas outline requirements for anyone wishing to attend these public meetings at the TPA office. Click here for the meeting schedule, links to agendas, and details to join or watch meeting videos.

NEW! 2020 Annual Report
Click to view/download

TPA Annual Report - Fiscal Year 2020 - July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020

TPA Operations During COVID-19

The TPA offices have reopened with limited access to outside visitors. Visitors must wear face masks, maintain proper hand hygiene, and conduct themselves in a manner to promote a distance of 6 feet from others. Visitors may not enter the TPA workplace if, in the previous 14 days, they have tested positive for COVID-19, exhibited symptoms of COVID-19, or been in close contact with someone with COVID-19. Visitors may be asked to submit to a touch-free body temperature scan to verify absence of fever.

To contact the TPA, please call the main telephone number at 561.725.0800, send an email to Info@PalmBeachTPA.org, or contact individual staff members directly.

Share Transportation Comments on New Interactive Map

This new TPA interactive map allows viewers to enter transportation related comments and suggestions - or comment on suggestions by others - for any Palm Beach County location: PalmBeachTPA.org/Comment-Map

TPA Interactive Comment Map

ADA Transition Plan Webinars
ADA 30th Anniversary

"On July 26, 1990, President George W.W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) into law. The ADA is the nation's first comprehensive civil rights law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of disability. The ADA established requirements to remove barriers (physical and otherwise) that limited individuals with disabilities from fully participating in public life. 

In the 30 years since the historic passage of the ADA, state and local governments have made great strides in making the transportation system accessible to all citizens through ADA transition plans. This series of webinars will highlight the best practices and emerging technologies that are being used by state transportation agencies to implement their ADA transition plans. Each webinar will focus on a different aspect of ADA transition plan implementation."

Click here for the schedule, descriptions and registration for webinars.

Back to top