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"Decades of Decisions That Matter"
Palm Beach TPA Celebrates 40 Years
"Decades of Decisions That Matter" was the theme of a retrospective of changes in Palm Beach County's population and transportation facilities and priorities since the agency was founded in 1977. The presentation was given at the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency Governing Board meeting held December 14, 2017, at the Spanish River Library in Boca Raton. Program speakers also noted the changes and accomplishments through the years.
Click to view the 40th Anniversary presentation slides and click to listen to the meeting audio. Both items are also posted on the website at PalmBeachTPA.org/meeting.
Links to additional presentations from the TPA Governing Board meeting held December 14:
2018 TPA Governing Board Meeting Locations
In order to better accommodate the public, the TPA will rotate the locations of future Governing Board meetings throughout Palm Beach County. The next Governing Board meeting is scheduled for 9:00 AM on February 15, 2018, at the Palm Beach Gardens City Council Chambers, 10500 N. Military Trail. As always, the public is encouraged to attend and provide input. Anyone wishing to speak is requested to complete a card at the beginning of the meeting to indicate the agenda item(s) on which they wish to be heard, or to offer general transportation-related comments on items under the jurisdiction of the TPA.
A printer friendly PDF calendar of all regularly scheduled TPA meetings is available at PalmBeachTPA.org/calendar and details for the next upcoming meeting are posted in advance of each meeting at PalmBeachTPA.org/meeting.
TPA Seeks a Pedestrian and Bicycle Coordinator
2018 Human Services Transportation Summit - Feb. 20
Florida Department of Transportation - District Four will host an upcoming summit of guest speakers and breakout sessions to identify barriers and propose transportation service solutions for persons who are dependent on shared-ride or public transportation. Click for flyer.
"Love Your Streets" will be the theme for 2018 Safe Streets Summit that will draw as many as 400 local government officials, urban and transportation planners and engineers, and community advocates.
Register at SafeStreetsSummit.org