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- The City of Tampa has 120 miles of on-street bike lanes. The City of St. Petersburg has 117 miles of on-street bike lanes and shared use trails.
- There are over 200 Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons at crosswalks throughout the Tampa Bay region.
- Since the launch of Coast Bike Share in October 2014, Tampa residents have ridden over 100,000 miles.
- Over 5,000 cyclists, walkers, bikers, and rollerbladers use the Pinellas Trail daily.
Bike/Walk Tampa Bay is a regional coalition of citizens, advocates, professionals and allied organizations created to make walking and bicycling the preferred modes of transportation in the Tampa Bay region. The Coalition was formed by a partnership between the New North Transportation Alliance, Tampa Downtown Partnership, Westshore Alliance, St. Petersburg Downtown Partnership, the Florida Department of Transportation, the Community Traffic Safety Teams of Tampa Bay, and the Hillsborough and Pinellas Metropolitan Planning Organizations. To accomplish this goal, we engage and empower local communities and stakeholders to achieve our region’s vision for a better transportation future.
Help support safe bicycling and walking in the Tampa Bay region by donating today!
Tax-deductible donations can be made to the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) Bike/Walk Safety Fund to support bicycling / walking research, education, and outreach efforts, such as: Providing bicycle lights to those in need Educating and encouraging biking and walking for a healthy lifestyle Research for determining different modes of transportation that are safe and accessible Support the Bike/Walk Tampa Bay Michael Schwaid Bicyclist of the Year Award- remembering bicyclists and pedestrians we have lost
Julie Bond, MPA
Bike/Walk Tampa Bay Program Director
She is a Senior Research Associate at the Center for Urban Transportation & Research at USF and specializes in Transportation Demand Management and bicycle/pedestrian safety. She is serving as the Program Director for BWTB.
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