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Transportation Matters - June 26, 2018

Safe Streets Summit - Feb. 25-26, 2019


 

 

Transportation Matters - June 26, 2018

PalmBeachTPA.org                 June  26, 2018

News and Announcements

Site Selected for Second Boca Raton Tri-Rail Station

Proposed concept plan for new Boca Raton Tr-Rail station

Concept plan for a second Boca Raton Tri-Rail station proposed for Military Trail at NW 19th St. on what is known as the former King's Deli site.

With public input throughout the process, the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority has selected a proposed location for a second Tri-Rail station in Boca Raton. The existing station at Yamato Rd. is the busiest in the three-county system.

The proposed site and concept plan offer as many as 75 parking spaces, a bus pullout on Military Trail, traffic signal access for outbound buses, and a connection to a future multi-use path.

Next steps include finalizing design plans, acquiring right-of-way, and seeking allocations for construction funding.

For more information:

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Quiet Zones Now in Effect in West Palm Beach,
Lake Worth, Delray Beach, and Boca Raton

No Train Horn Sign at Railroad Crossing

Quiet Zones are now in effect along more sections of the FEC rail corridor, meaning both passenger and freight trains do not routinely blow horns. While the elimination of train horns except in emergencies will improve quality of life for surrounding communities, it is critical for pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists to stay out of the rail corridor at all times except at designated crossings when gates are in the open position. 

The Palm Beach TPA provided funding for the supplemental safety measures (SSMs) required for Quiet Zone eligibility at the option of each local jurisdiction.

  

Upcoming Project Meeting

The public is encouraged to attend the following public meetings for specific projects of interest:

Recent Events

13th Annual Dump the Pump Day

The Palm Beach TPA joined with Palm Tran, Tri-Rail, Broward MPO, Miami-Dade TPO and other transit providers in the region to thank riders for "dumping the (gas) pump" and taking transit rather than driving. Dump the Pump Day was part of the 13th annual national event on Thursday, June 21. Promoted by APTA (American Public Transportation Association), it is a day to highlight the many benefits of using public transportation. The TPA teams at the West Palm Beach Intermodal Center and the Boca Raton Tri-Rail station conducted a transportation survey and provided giveaways including Palm Tran and Tri-Rail passes. Search social media for #DumpThePumpSFL for photos and posts from local events. Click for Dump the Pump Transit Facts.

Dump the Pump Day events at Tri-Rail stations in WPB and Boca Raton - June 21, 2018_______________________________________

 Request Palm Beach TPA presentations and exhibits: Public Relations Manager Malissa Booth.

Click the links below to view/ download presentations from the Palm Beach TPA Governing Board meeting held June 21:

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Go to PalmBeachTPA.org/meeting to access online agendas, backup materials, presentations, minutes and audio recordings of past meetings of the Governing Board, advisory committees, and the Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board. Members of the public are encouraged to attend all meetings of these Boards and committees, as well as ad hoc committee meetings or workshops publicly noticed on PalmBeachTPA.org

Complete TPA calendar listings: PalmBeachTPA.org/calendar 

Transportation Projects and Highlights

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