March 6, 2019

Forward Pinellas launches crowd-sourcing tool to guide future for walkers and bicyclists

What will it be like to walk and bicycle in Pinellas County in the future? Forward Pinellas, the Metropolitan Planning Organization which oversees planning at the county level, is developing the new Advantage Pinellas 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), which will lay the course for how to evolve infrastructure for all travel modes across […]
April 28, 2019

Tampa Bay Commuters campaign encourages commuters to try new travel options

Changing a routine is difficult––especially when it comes to commuting. The Tampa Bay Commuters program was recently launched to help make that change easier by promoting transportation choices that improve commuting to work or school and offers incentives and support when trying a new travel mode. The Tampa Bay Commuters program was created by the Tampa […]
June 10, 2019

A sneak preview of our upcoming Summer Summit!

The 2019 BWTB Summer Summit is almost here! If you’ve attended one of our past Summits, you’ll notice a few changes for this very exciting event. Instead of an evening session, we have assembled a five-hour intensive program with presentations by local leaders who will offer an in-depth look at the status of walking and […]
June 10, 2019

Temple Terrace: Where art & safety intersect

All around Florida, communities are adding colorful artwork on the surfaces of their streets. On Saturday, May 18, 2019 Temple Terrace joined the growing list of cities that have incorporated intersection artwork as a part of their roadway planning. While street murals are a fun project that bring citizens together for a colorful workday, these […]
July 17, 2019

Summer Summit highlights

More than 150 participants gathered at the 2019 Bike/Walk Tampa Bay (BWTB) Summer Summit on Friday, June 21, 2019. The intensive half-day Summit, titled “On the Road to Safety,” featured community representatives from around the region and the state, including keynote speaker Florida Department of Transportation District 7 Secretary David Gwynn and Commissioner Mariella Smith […]