Frequently Asked Questions

What are Complete Streets?

Complete Streets is a nationally recognized term referring to streets and sidewalks that are designed, operated and maintained to enable safe and convenient access and travel for all users – pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and people of all ages and abilities, as well as freight and motor vehicle drivers. 

For more information about the MPO’s Complete Streets efforts visit: http://www.palmbeachmpo.org/complete-streets

What is a Health Impact Assessment?

A Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is a process that analyzes and quantifies how a policy or investment influences people’s health. For more information about HIAs visit:

What is Corridor-Based Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)?

Corridor-Based Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) can include the following features:

  • Separated right-of-way not required for entirety of corridor
  • Makes a substantial investment in a specific corridor
  • Defined stations
  • Traffic signal priority for buses
  • Short headway times
  • Bidirectional services for a substantial part of weekdays

For more information visit: https://www.transit.dot.gov/funding/grant-programs/capital-investments/about-program

How many Communities are along the project?

The US-1 project corridor crosses 14 communities in Palm Beach County from Camino Real to Indiantown Road.

  1. Boca Raton
  2. Delray Beach
  3. Boynton Beach
  4. Gulf Stream
  5. Hypoluxo
  6.  Lantana
  7. Lake Worth
  8. West Palm Beach
  9. Riviera Beach
  10.  Lake Park
  11. North Palm Beach
  12. Juno Beach
  13. Jupiter
  14. Palm Beach Gardens

How long is the project Corridor?

The project corridor runs ~42 miles from Camino Real north to Indiantown Rd.