UPDATE: Stop Okeechobee Gridlock!

Development  |  Transportation & Bridge Alert  |  May 17, 2018

UPDATE: West Palm Beach city commissioners unanimously approved the city’s mobility plan Monday night.

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Urge West Palm Beach to Vote “No” On Mobility Study and Okeechobee Business District.

Traffic on Okeechobee Blvd. will get far worse if the West Palm Beach mobility study and Okeechobee Business District are approved next Monday. Congestion and gridlock will become the order of the day.

Please join us in urging West Palm Beach officials to vote “NO” on their Mobility Study and Okeechobee Business District on May 21.

Send an email to the West Palm Beach Mayor and City Commissioners, or write your own email for the elected officials:

jmuoio@wpb.orgkshoaf@wpb.orgcneering@wpb.orgpryan@wpb.orgkjames@wpb.orgclambert@wpb.org

Sample email:

Dear West Palm Mayor and Commissioners,

Please Stop Gridlock. Vote “NO” on the Mobility Study and Okeechobee Business District.

<Your Name>

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Call West Palm Mayor Muoio and let her know what you think: (561) 822-1400

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Civic Association Response to West Palm Mobility Plan & Okeechobee Business District

The Civic Association in the Town of Palm Beach has been busy with its traffic consultants, committee members, and stakeholders in evaluating the West Palm Beach Mobility Study and Okeechobee Business District Plan.

The Civic Association finds many flaws with the West Palm Beach plan.

The detailed Civic Association position, traffic consultant’s report, and letter to West Palm officials is included below.

See More (Civic Association News)

 

UPDATE: West Palm Mobility Study Released [Video] (Civic Association News)

Palm Beach Mayor: West Palm Plan Could Worsen Traffic Congestion (Palm Beach Daily News)

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