October 23, 2019

Students across the region participate in Walk to School Day

On October 2, 2019, hundreds of kids from dozens of schools all across the Tampa Bay region participated in International Walk to School Day, along with family members, school personnel, and local advocates. One of the schools participating was Tampa Bay Boulevard Elementary School. City of Tampa Mayor Jane Castor joined in the walk. The […]
October 30, 2019

Open Streets St. Pete gets people out of their cars and onto the streets

The fourth annual Open Streets St. Pete event was held on Sunday, October 20. The streets were closed to traffic along Bayshore Drive SE and Dan Wheldon Way in Downtown St. Petersburg, allowing attendees to bike, walk, hula hoop, skate, and otherwise enjoy these roadways free of cars. Dan Wheldon way runs along Albert Whitted […]
December 9, 2019

Walk Bike Drive highlights safety challenges and asks drivers to take a pledge

Every city has challenging travel corridors where vehicles traveling at higher speeds mingle with people trying to get where they need to go on foot and by bike. It can be a dangerous combination. The Walk Bike Drive awareness campaign is striving to change that by not only calling attention to safer driving behaviors on […]
December 9, 2019

St. Petersburg Bicycle Friendly Businesses learn about Vision Zero Network’s approach to safety

On Tuesday, November 19, 2019 the City of St. Petersburg, in collaboration with Pedal Power Promoters, hosted an invitation-only luncheon featuring keynote, Leah Shahum, Founder and Director of Vision Zero Network. The city invited local businesses who have been certified as Bicycle FriendlyTM by the League of American Bicyclists as well as Complete Streets Committee members. […]