Cyclovia (Open Streets)


Cyclovia (also referred to as Ciclovía or Open Streets) is based on the Spanish word for “cycle path.” Ciclovía is a weekly tradition that started in Bogotá, Colombia, which temporarily closes major city streets to car traffic and converts them into safe and open, car-free environments for families to run, bike, play and be well together.

The practice has become a worldwide phenomenon reaching Australia, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Israel, India and dozens of cities across the United States. Cyclovia is a celebration of physical activity, healthy movement, and active transportation. Starting in 2014, the Florida Department of Transportation and our community partners began hosting Cyclovia events in the Tampa Bay area!


Cyclovias have been held in Downtown Tampa and the City of Temple Terrace since 2014!

Open Streets St. Pete (October 2016)

Cyclovia Temple Terrace (May 2016)


Cyclovia Downtown Tampa (October 2015)
Cyclovia Temple Terrace (May 2015)
Cyclovia Downtown Tampa (October 2014)

Cyclovia In the News!

2016 News

2015 News

2014 News