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TPA Open Data Hub

The Palm Beach TPA's Open Data Hub allows you to explore, visualize and download the data used for transportation planning at the TPA.

TPA Mapping

The public and Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency (TPA) partners are encouraged to use the information in this map to view TPA planning products and additional outcomes related to transportation in Palm Beach County.

Performance Measures

Performance measures track the progress towards meeting the TPA's vision of a safe, efficient and connected multimodal transportation system. This tracking system was adopted into the 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) and includes local adopted and federally required performance measures.

Community Profiles

View Community Profiles of all 39 municipalities in Palm Beach County as well as each County District to see demographic information including population, commute times and employment. 

Strategic Plan

The TPA established a Strategic Plan in 2016 to guide its conduct for the upcoming 12-month period based on its fiscal year beginning July 1 and ending June 30. Each year, the TPA reviews prior year performance then updates the plan to identify specific and relevant actions that advance the TPA’s mission and vision.

Walk Bike Audits

An on-the-ground approach to identifying pedestrian and bicycle issues by experiencing the built environment firsthand. The TPA conducts these audits in collaboration with the municipality, roadway owners, and other stakeholders like Palm Tran and the School District of Palm Beach County.

COVID-19 Impacts

Comprehensive research on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic as it relates to transportation in Palm Beach County. This report examines the transportation, safety and economic trends during the pandemic, citing data between February 2020 and February 2021.

Complete Streets

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. The TPA prioritizes the funding of Complete Streets infrastructure projects, providing educational opportunities and encouraging local jurisdictions to adopt and implement local Complete Streets policies.

ADA Transition Plan Requirements

ADA transition plans outline a jurisdiction's assessment plans for bringing their infrastructure into compliance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Safety and Vision Zero

A national program adopted by local communities with a goal of zero traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries. The TPA Governing Board adopted these targets in 2018 and adopted a Vision Zero Action Plan in 2019. The TPA evaluates progress on the actions each year.


A schedule of upcoming statewide and national conferences to promote awareness of transportation planning training opportunities.
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