Coping with the constant flow of traffic on major roadways has become a way of life for people traveling in and around Hillsborough County.
The often nerve-frazzling issue, however, will not be a concern to residents living near one of Temple Terrace’s most heavily trafficked thoroughfares.
A Frisbee flew through the air over 56th Street on Sunday afternoon, as music pumped from the parking lot at the First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace.
Rather than being full of motorized traffic, 56th was closed from Whiteway Drive to Busch Boulevard for five hours Sunday for the municipality’s first Cyclovia event, meant to inspire people and families to engage in physical activity.
A network of do-it-yourself bicycle fix-it stations continues to grow throughout FDOT District Seven. The latest station was installed at a HART transit stop located directly in front of the FDOT District Office on McKinley Drive. “Transit stops provide a great location to provide bicyclists support with tools for quick repairs and air for their […]
On Sunday, May 17th 2015, 56th street in Temple Terrace was closed for their first ever Cyclovia. Cyclovia (also referred to as Ciclovía or Open Streets) is based on the Spanish word for “cycle path” that started in Bogotá, Colombia. It’s an event which temporarily closes major city streets to car traffic and converts them […]