The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a staged program encompassing a five-year period consisting of all regionally significant transportation improvements to all modes of travel in Palm Beach County. The TIP identifies projects for maintaining and improving the transportation system funded by Federal, State and local sources in order to assist local governments with their transportation planning efforts. The TIP is based on and reflects the Florida Department of Transportation's FY 2018-22 Work Program for Palm Beach County, and generally moves forward the projects in the time frame from previous TIPs. Highway, bus, rail, port, bike/ped and beautification projects are included.
The TIP is developed through a continuing, cooperative, comprehensive and coordinated effort involving the Florida Department of Transportation, the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners, the Port of Palm Beach, South Florida Regional Transportation Authority and municipalities within the County. Consultation is also carried out with the Miami-Dade and Broward MPO's during the TIP development process. Please note that the identified projects may experience unforeseen complications and that the FDOT program and the TIP may be modified throughout the year to accommodate these issues.
Click here to try the TIP mapping tool, designed to improve accessibility to information by clicking on a project to access basic project information.
The official 5-Year FDOT Work Program will be adopted the first day of the state fiscal year (July 1st) by the Florida State Secretary of Transportation. Projects within the work program are included in the MPO’s TIP. The following version includes the projects specific to Palm Beach County. DRAFT FDOT 5-Year Work Program FY 2018-2022.