The West Palm Beach South Dixie Corridor Master Plan is a coordinated effort between the City of West Palm Beach, the Palm Beach Metropolitan Planning Organization, and Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council. This effort is made possible through the efforts of El Cid Neighborhood Association, the Flamingo Park Neighborhood Association, the Norton Museum of Art and Palm Beach Atlantic University.
In addition, the following are project partners: Grandview Heights Neighborhood Association, Buccan, Bruce Oullette and Associates, Hall Hardware, Terrace Mountain Investors, Chamber of the Palm Beaches, Palm Beach Motorcars, Rob Revely, Johnson Framing, Table 26, McCann Design Group/HIVE, Very Important Paws, Great Wraps, Brian Guralnick, Cosmo Dischino, Antiquie Row, Valore Group, Serenity Tea House, Ben McFarland, Fleur Cinque, Coldwell Banker, El Cid Animal Clinic, Citrus Salon, Lotus Hair Salon, and Raphael Clemente.
The goal of the project is the creation of a corridor master plan to design and test options to transform South Dixie Highway, between Okeechobee Boulevard and Albemarle Road (the "corridor") into a complete street that appropriately supports multimodal transportation and adjacent development. The master plan will identify, test and illustrate a balanced mobility strategy, including street, parking, and landscaping improvements for the corridor. This work will build on the City's prior efforts, including the Urban Land Institute Technical Advisory Panel Report dated January 26 and 27, 2012 and Mayor Muoio South Dixie Corridor Committee's findings and recommendations. In addition, the corridor master plan work and process can be used by the City to help inform and complete improvements to the remaining sections of South Dixie Highway.