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West Palm Beach joins National Challenge to be Most “Water Wise”

Mayor Muoio proclaims April “Water Conservation Month”. Mayor Jeri Muoio....challenges residents to conserve water during the 6th annual Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation.

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Get on Your Bike to Celebrate Florida Bike Month in West Palm Beach

In recognition of Florida Bike Month in West Palm Beach and as part of the City’s sustainability goals, bicyclists are invited to pedal to work during the City’s 4th annual Bike-to-Work Week scheduled for March 27-31, 2017.

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Existing Conditions

The maps below show the existing types of bicycle facilities found within the City of West Palm Beach as of March 2017. In addition, below the maps are brief descriptions of typical bicycle facility types found in West Palm Beach as well as the current number of miles of each facility type.

Maps


   Download the pdf to see the full version of North End here.     Download the pdf to see the full version of Downtown here. 




Download the pdf to see the full version of South End here.         Download the pdf to see the full version of West End here


Facility Types

 
Roadway with Shared Lane Markings (7.5 miles):
A roadway which is marked with a special symbol that helps position bicyclists and alerts motorists where to expect bicyclists to be operating. The symbol consists of a bicycle emblem under a double-chevron style arrow. These are also sometimes referred to as “Sharrows.”
 
Shoulders (27.5 miles):
A paved area outside the general travel lanes in which bicycles may operate, but which are not indicated by signs or pavement markings. Motor vehicles typically only use the shoulder as a place to stop in emergencies. Shoulders noted on this map were observed to be approximately 4 feet wide or wider, and would thus be useful as bicycle operating space.
 
Bike Lanes (14.5 miles):
A distinct lane, separated from other lanes by a solid white line and marked with a bicycle emblem and arrow, for preferential use by bicycles. These are often also supplemented by a Bike Lane sign.  Bike lanes are typically 4-6 feet wide. Motor vehicles may cross this lane when turning or stopping. Areas where crossing motor vehicles are most likely to be found can be indicated with a dashed lane stripe.
 

For more information or any questions please contact BikePlan@wpb.org