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.
- Boca Raton
- Delray Beach
- Boynton Beach
- Gulf Stream
- Lake Worth
- West Palm Beach
- Riviera Beach
- Lake Park
- North Palm Beach
- Juno Beach
- Palm Beach Gardens
How long is the project Corridor?
The project corridor runs ~42 miles from Camino Real north to Indiantown Rd.