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Complete Streets

Complete Streets

What are Complete Streets?

Complete Streets is a nationally recognized term referring to roadways designed and operated to enable safe access for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders of all ages and abilities. To learn more about Complete Streets, visit the National Complete Streets Coalition website.

The Palm Beach TPA aims to achieve a safe and convenient transportation network by implementing Complete Streets within the context of our county’s diverse communities.


Benefits of Complete Streets

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Complete Streets Policy

The Palm Beach TPA Governing Board adopted its Complete Streets Policy on March 17, 2016. The Palm Beach TPA encourages local municipalities to adopt a Complete Streets Policy and has created a Model Complete Streets Policy and Policy Development Guidance that can be tailored to fit each municipality as appropriate. More information regarding Complete Streets policies can be found on the National Complete Streets Coalition's website. To add your local Complete Streets Policy to the National Complete Streets Policy Inventory, email a copy to: info@completestreets.org.


Complete Streets Design Guidelines

The Palm Beach TPA Governing Board adopted its Complete Streets Design Guidelines on Oct. 19, 2017.

Complete Streets Design Guidelines









To see existing transportation facilities and upcoming projects in Palm Beach County, visit: www.PalmBeachTPA.org/Map

Visit the TPA's interactive comment map to submit suggestions for transportation improvements: www.PalmBeachTPA.org/Comment-Map

FDOT Complete Streets

Following its adoption of a Complete Streets Policy in Sep. 2014, the Florida Dept. of Transportation (FDOT) released its Complete Streets Implementation Plan in December 2015. FDOT's policy and guidance provide additional tools for state and local agencies to design roads that are safer for users of all ages and abilities including pedestrians and bicyclists in addition to motorists. In addition to safety, Complete Streets designs will promote quality of life, enhance property values, encourage physical activity and reduce negative environmental impacts. For more information about FDOT's Complete Streets efforts visit: www.FLCompleteStreets.com

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