Improving infrastructure and facilities for walking and bicycling is one of the most important issues we face as a region. Physical improvements, such as bicycle lanes, sidewalks, trails and more, provide safe opportunities to get around on bike or on foot. You can find information about improving infrastructure in your community.below.
Have a question?
Interested in learning more about transportation projects in your community or have a question about a specific street or location? Use the options below to find the right entity and get your question answered.
Transportation infrastructure is owned, operated, and maintained by local and state government. If you have a question, concern, or request about a transportation issue or location, we can help you get connected to the right person in your community.
Most major roadways in Hillsborough County and all local streets in unincorporated Hillsborough County fall under the County’s jurisdiction. Click here to contact Hillsborough County
Most local streets within the City of Tampa city limits fall under the jurisdiction of the City of Tampa.
- Click here to request a new sidewalk
- Click here to report a pothole or sinking
- Click here for miscellaneous concerns
- or visit their Transportation division website →
City of Temple Terrace Click here for information on Temple Terrace streets
City of Plant City Click here for the Plant City Public Works Page
Click here to view an interactive map of future transportation and land development projects within Hillsborough County.
Most major roadways in Pinellas County and all streets in unincorporated areas of Pinellas County fall under the jurisdiction of Pinellas County government. Click here to contact Pinellas County, or visit their public works web page →
Most local streets within the City of St. Petersburg city limits fall under the jurisdiction of the City of St. Petersburg government. Click here to contact the City of St. Petersburg, or visit their Neighborhood Transportation web site →
Click here to learn about active major highway projects in Tampa Bay and to retrieve information about future state highway projects.
Send a message
Interstate highways, U.S. highways, and state roads fall under the jurisdiction of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). Please complete the form below to to submit a message about a state highway in the Tampa Bay region including Hillsborough, Pinellas, and Pasco County.
What Are Complete Streets?
Complete Streets is a movement to redesign our roadways to serve all people, regardless of whether you drive, walk, bicycle, or take public transit. Complete Streets are not one-size fits all, but instead context sensitive.
The design of the street should be determined by the needs of the surrounding community it serves. Many agencies in the Tampa Bay area are adopting Complete Streets, including the Florida Department of Transportation → You can learn more about Complete Streets by visiting the National Complete Streets Coalition →