Complete Streets is a nationally recognized term referring to roadways designed and operated to enable safe access for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders of all ages and abilities. In addition to safety, Complete Streets designs will promote quality of life, enhance property values, encourage physical activity and reduce negative environmental impacts.
The Palm Beach TPA aims to achieve a safe, efficient and connected transportation system by implementing Complete Streets within our county’s diverse communities.
Thank You to our Local Municipalities for Adopting a Complete Streets Policy
Complete Streets Policy & Guidelines
The TPA encourages local municipalities to adopt a Complete Streets Policy using the resources below:
- Complete Streets Policy (PDF) – adopted on March 17, 2016
- Complete Streets Design Guidelines (PDF) – adopted on October 19, 2017
- Model Complete Streets Policy (PDF)
- Policy Development Guidance (PDF)
Visit the National Complete Streets Coalition website to learn more. Add your local Complete Streets Policy to the National Complete Streets Policy Inventory.
FDOT Complete Streets
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) released its Complete Streets Implementation Plan in December 2015.
FDOT’s policy and guidance provide additional tools for state and local agencies to design safer roads for users of all ages and abilities, including pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists. For more information about FDOT’s Complete Streets efforts,visit the Florida Complete Streets website.