Intersection of Dixie Highway and Clematis Street in front of West Palm Beach City Hall.
Our Traffic Division strives to provide the safest and most efficient movement of vehicular traffic within and throughout the City of West Palm Beach!
The Traffic group is responsible for the planning, geometric design and traffic operations of roads, streets and highways.
It reviews plans of development and impact on adjacent street systems, initiates street lighting, conducts traffic studies and reviews public concerns.
This division serves as primary liaison with Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Palm Beach County Traffic Engineering and other municipal traffic operations agencies as well as the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency (TPA).
Here's some helpful info for you:
City streets adhere to a 30 MPH speed limit unsess otherwise posted.
Is that a city street? While many of the streets in West Palm Beach are maintained by the city, some of our larger roads are actually maintained by either the County or the State. Here is a list of some of our major roadways.
Road closures: We know it sometimes is a pain in the neck, but in order to maintain our streets, repair our infrastructure, or manage our growth, we sometimes need to temporarily close a street near you.