MPO Serves as a Major Sponsor of July 15 Urban Land Institute Conference Including Presentation on Jupiter's Harbourside Place
Join the Urban Land Institute to hear inspirational speaker Gabe Klein discuss how new demographic changes and preferences have created transformational shifts in how transportation is planned and implemented. Working together, leaders from SE Florida's key transportation organizations will highlight future plans and today's projects to ensure mobility for people and business alike. Then, three case studies presented by developers and their public sector counterparts reveal how these organizations' plans are being implemented in their projects today. Case study presentations include Harbourside Place, Jupiter – Nicholas A. Mastroianni II, Vice President, Allied Capital & Development of South Florida, LLC & Stephanie Thoburn, Assistant Director, Planning & Zoning Department, Town of Jupiter.
Urban Land Institute - Southeast Florida/Caribbean
Transportation & Development: SE FL Transformational Shifts
When: Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Time: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Airport Hotel, 1825 Griffin Rd. Dania Beach, FL 33004 ($2 Self-Parking)
Click for conference agenda and for registration.
Take a Brief Transportation Survey at www.PalmBeachMPO.org/survey
Take a brief transportation survey to influence future investments of federal and state tax dollars for all transportation modes. Propose locations for new sidewalks or bike facilities along major roadways and suggest improvements to relieve traffic congestion or increase use of public transit. Complete the survey online at www.PalmBeachMPO.org/survey or request printed copies in English or Spanish from Malissa Booth at MBooth@PalmBeachMPO.org or 561-684-4143. What will Palm Beach County look like in the future? Public input will influence the next update of the MPO's Long Range Transportation Plan - named Directions 2040. Click here to learn more.
Greenways/ Trails Regional Map Series
On March 20, the Palm Beach MPO hosted a seven-county regional workshop to seek additional public input for a Regional Greenways & Trails map series being developed for Southeast Florida. A third and final workshop is anticipated for the summer. Updated versions of the draft maps below will be posted prior to the final workshop along with a summary of the March 20 workshop. Those encouraged to participate include local residents, user groups, business owners, and agency staff from metropolitan/transportation planning organizations and other agencies and local governments from the region covering Indian River County to Monroe County. Please contact Bret Baronak with a request to be included on the workshop announcement: BBaronak@PalmBeachMPO.org or call 561-684-4170. The project includes identification of facilities for hiking, cycling, equestrians, paddling trails and other destinations of interest. Workshops include a review of greenways and trails criteria for inclusion in the project; a review of maps including types and status of facilities, paddling trails (aka "blueways"), facilities for equestrians, off-road facilities, key regional destinations (parks, boat ramps, sites of interest.) Comments and suggested revisions may be made via email to BBaronak@PalmBeachMPO.org.
Greenways & Trails Maps
Status of Facilities-Palm Beach County
Status of Facilities-Regional
Multi-Use and Hiking-Palm Beach County
Multi-Use and Hiking-Regional
Land Trails Opportunities-Palm Beach County
Land Trails Opportunities-Regional