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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Flagler Shore?

A temporary redesign of the waterfront to provide more space to people.


Will I still be able to drive down Flagler Drive?

Yes, a two lane road will be established, one lane north and one south.

What does this mean for Downtown businesses?

More people on the streets means more potential customers. People attract people and having part of Flagler Drive programmed with new activation nodes can be beneficial for merchants that will see an increase in pedestrians throughout the City trying to get to and from the parking garages to Flagler Shore.

What is the distance of the project?

The project will be approximately .6 miles in length.

What is the purpose of this project?

To test an alternative design that the City can measure without spending millions of dollars.

How long will the project be established?

The project will be established from Oct. 7, 2017  to March 1, 2018.

What will the City do with the information it collects?

The information will be used by the City and design professionals as further understanding of how the people of the City want to use the waterfront ultimately affecting the permanent redesign of the waterfront in future years.

Why now?

In order to continue the City’s reputation of a high quality of life we must strive to provide the best place for the people who live and visit the City, there is no better time than now.

Where can I get additional information?

Please visit www.wpb.org/flaglershore or like the City of West Palm Beach Facebook page to receive the latest information about the project.