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Town of Palm Beach Traffic Report Week of June 25

On June 21, a traffic report was issued for the Town of Palm Beach. These are the updates, listed below, make sure to plan accordingly and to be safe:

Southern Boulevard Bridge

  • The right lane of South Boulevard, which is between Washington Road and Flagler Drive, is closed from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm until Friday, June 29.
  • This is due to work by FPL.

Laurie Lane

  • Road closed for “thru traffic.”

Mediterranean, Caribbean and Arabian Roads

  • Road restoration will be performed; Local traffic only.

Indian Road

  • This is due to tie-ins for transformers; Local traffic only.

FPU Gas Line Replacements

  • This applies to the following roads:
    • E Inlet Drive.
    • Mediterranean Road.  
    • N Lake Way between Mediterranean Road.
    • Onondaga Avenue.
    • Manana Lane
    • Debra Lane

Lake Trail

  • The southbound part of this road will be blocked off.

Town of Palm Beach Traffic Report Week of June 25

Town Wide Royal Palm Trimming

  • Begins on June 26; this will last about three weeks.

Streetlight Replacement

  • The closure is by the median of the 400 Block of North County Road.

Town Wide Lethal Yellow Injection

  • June 27th; it is expected to be completed in 2 days.

Worth Ave

  • Starting June 29 and ending on June 30, this is verticutting the turf from Clock Tower on S Ocean Boulevard going westbound.
  • This will impact traffic minimally.

Bike Trail

  • Light replacement for bikers.
  • This is will replace 5 lights from Angler Ave to Palmo Way.
  • Make sure to watch for workers.  

Streetlight Repairs

  • This repairs poles along S Ocean Avenue, from blocks 3000-3475.
  • Sidewalk closures expected.

Traffic Light Repairs

  • Repairs are at the intersection of Royal Poinciana Way and N County Road.
  • Temporary devices will be installed; This is starting June 25 and until July 1.

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If you have any questions or concerns, you can call 561-838-5410 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. After hours, all calls can be directed to the police department at 561-838-5454. Be safe and proceed with caution. You can read the full report here.

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