FDOT Draft Work Program for FY 2020-2024
Pursuant to §339.135, F.S., the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) annually develops a fiscally constrained 5-year work program cooperatively with the TPA which includes, to the maximum extent feasible, the project priorities of the TPA. FDOT then presents the draft work program to the TPA “to determine the necessity of making any changes to projects included or to be included in the district work program and to hear requests for new projects to be added to, or existing projects to be deleted from, the district work program.” This presentation is scheduled to occur on December 13, 2018. To facilitate public review of the FDOT draft work program for FY 2020-2024, the following reports are provided:
TIP for FY 2019-2023 (adopted 6-21-2018; effective 10-1-2018)
The TIP is a staged program encompassing a five-year period consisting of all regionally significant transportation improvements to all modes of travel in Palm Beach County. The TIP identifies projects for maintaining and improving the transportation system funded by Federal, State and local sources in order to assist local governments with their transportation planning efforts. The TIP is based on and reflects the Florida Department of Transportation's FY 2018-22 Work Program for Palm Beach County, and generally moves forward the projects in the time frame from previous TIPs. Highway, bus, rail, port, bike/ped and beautification projects are included.
The TIP is developed through a continuing, cooperative, comprehensive and coordinated effort involving the Florida Department of Transportation, the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners, the Port of Palm Beach, South Florida Regional Transportation Authority and municipalities within the County. Consultation is also carried out with the Miami-Dade TPO and Broward MPO during the TIP development process. Please note that the identified projects may experience unforeseen complications and that the FDOT program and the TIP may be modified throughout the year to accommodate these issues.
Previously Adopted TIPs