Transportation Tuesday
July 13, 2021
Tri-Rail Reaches 100 Million Riders
Tri-Rail reached 100 million riders on Friday, July 9, 2021, exactly 32.5 years since the agency’s inception on January 9, 1989. Over the years, Tri-Rail trains have taken commuters to work, school and leisure activities. The train is a key link to air travel, accessing all three of South Florida’s major airports, and has also been the scene for holiday parties, baby showers and more!
Annual Report

Our Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report is here! We are proud of all we have accomplished in our efforts to collaboratively plan, prioritize and fund the transportation system in Palm Beach County.

Check out a digital copy of our Annual Report!
New Bicycle Facility Connecting You To Downtown WPB
Coming Soon! Bicyclists are already enjoying the shared used path on Banyan Blvd. This facility is currently under construction and, once finished, will connect the West Palm Beach Intermodal Center where Palm Tran, Tri-Rail and Downtown Trolleys are into the heart of downtown West Palm Beach. We can't wait to see everyone walking and biking on this facility. Tag us on social to be featured!
Traffic Impacts & Closures Near You
Funding Opportunities
Safety Funding Available for Law Enforcement 
FDOT has funding available for law enforcement agencies to conduct High Visibility Enforcement (HVE) operations to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety. Requests for contract proposals will be accepted until funds are exhausted. Learn more at

FHWA Announces $60 Million for Transportation Technology Grants With Focus on Equity, Environment and Economic Opportunity
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) published a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for $60 million in Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment Program (ATCMTD) grants to fund new technologies that improve transportation systems. The deadline to apply August 23. Learn More

Thank You, Valerie!
The TPA has bittersweet news to share about one of our dedicated staff members. Valerie Neilson, the TPA’s Deputy Director of Multimodal Development, has accepted a position in her hometown of Anchorage, Alaska and her last day with the TPA will be July 30. We are truly grateful for her excellent contributions to the TPA and the people of Palm Beach County for the past 6+ years.

Valerie has played an integral role in the advancement of multimodal transportation throughout Palm Beach County and has demonstrated her investment in our community through engagement in numerous leadership and volunteer opportunities. While we are saddened to lose such a dynamic individual, we are excited to continue the work to advance Complete Streets, Vision Zero safety efforts and implementation of the recommended multimodal investments in each of the TPA’s 561 Plan Transit Corridors.

We are grateful for Valerie's leadership, advancing the TPA’s vision of a safe, efficient and connected multimodal transportation system and we wish her the best in her newest endeavors!
Governing Board & Committee Meetings
Palm Beach TPA Governing Board*
Thursday, July 15 at 9 a.m.

Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board (LCB)
Wednesday, August 25 at 2 p.m.

Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)*
Wednesday, Sept. 1 at 9 a.m.

Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC)*
Wednesday, Sept. 1 at 1:30 p.m.

Bicycle-Trailways-Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BTPAC)*
Thursday, Sept. 2 at 9 a.m.

*Please note there will be no meetings in August

Meeting details and agendas are posted at the links above one week in advance, along with an online comment form as an option for public comments before or during each meeting.

TPA Governing Board and advisory committee meetings are currently held as a combination of in-person meetings at the TPA office and virtual meetings on Zoom. To accommodate social distancing, there will be limited space for in-person attendees. 
Governing Board meetings are available to watch LIVE at and recorded videos of TPA meetings are posted to the TPA YouTube channel.
About the Palm Beach TPA
Check out our new video to learn more about the Palm Beach TPA, the projects we work on and how you can get involved! This video explains the role of the TPA in Palm Beach County, how we work with surrounding counties and how we plan, prioritize and fund transportation projects. Subscribe to our Youtube channel to learn more and watch meetings.
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