Brian D. Guralnick Appointed to South Dixie Corridor Implementation Committee

Top Quote Brian D. Guralnick, an accident attorney from West Palm Beach, has recently been appointed to serve on the South Dixie Corridor ULI (Urban Land Institute) Implementation Committee by the mayor of West Palm Beach, Jeri Muoio. End Quote
  • West Palm Beach-Boca Raton, FL (1888PressRelease) October 30, 2012 - The ULI was founded in 1936 as a non-profit institute to facilitate the open exchange of ideas and information among local, national and international real estate industry policy makers dedicated to improving and reconstructing local infrastructure. It currently consists of 30,000 members and Mr. Guralnick is proud to be part of such an honorable committee.

    The Implementation Committee is a panel of experts who will strategize and plan the rejuvenation of the South Dixie Corridor in order to improve its status for the vehicles as well as pedestrians of West Palm Beach. They will discuss what could be done with Corridor in terms of efficiency and longevity and can then take appropriate steps to allocate the financial structure needed to make that future possible.

    To achieve their specific goals would mean to modify the street design in such a way that the corridor, in its entirety, is not a hassle to anyone and result in a drastic improvement for West Palm Beach residents. A Complete Streets approach is going to be implemented, which ensures that all users of the corridor, i.e. pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders of all ages and abilities are kept in mind while framing the roadway design.

    The Implementation Committee is the body that structures and plans this project, determining all factors and making sure that there is no room for flaw or error, even in the distant future.

    With his legal background and expertise in injury law, primarily dealing with road accidents, Guralnick is a seasoned Palm Beach Injury Attorney whose road sense contributions have assisted the Committee with understanding problem areas with road design.

    Brian D. Guralnick intends to contribute whole-heartedly to this project, assisting his fellow West Palm Beach residents in the process.

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