How do form-based codes result in a better community outcome? This video from the Form Based Codes Institute (FBCI) is fantastic.
John Simmerman of Active Towns visited West Palm Beach recently and shot this short video telling the story of the bike rack outside of Subculture Coffee. John created the Active Towns initiative and I always enjoy his perspective, as the … Continue reading →
Earlier today, I alerted the community to the fact that police officers were issuing citations warnings to Sunfest patrons crossing at Quadrille and Clematis Street. For now, it appears that this enforcement activity has stopped. [Clarification: Fines were not issued today. However, … Continue reading →
The Palm Beach MPO is implementing a Complete Streets policy that marks a major shift in the projects that will be prioritized going forward. Excerpts from a recent Complete Streets MPO board presentation: Complete Streets Policy Purpose Accommodate the safety … Continue reading →
Jarrett Walker: Transit is a continuum between ridership and coverage that involves tradeoffs On Thursday, Jarrett Walker, renowned transit consultant and author of the book “Human Transit“, presented to the Palm Tran Service Board and the public on the broad … Continue reading →
Palm Tran Director Clinton Forbes: We’re overdue for a comprehensive look at our bus system Inside West Palm Beach, the radio show hosted by Barry O’Brien, recently interviewed Palm Tran Director Clinton Forbes. Barry is a huge transit supporter and … Continue reading →
In 2013, pedestrian improvements were made to Quadrille Boulevard, the result of a grant the city secured in 2008. The pedestrian improvements included connecting missing sidewalks along the western flank, planting shade trees, and creating enhanced visibility crosswalks in stamped … Continue reading →