If the city rolls out a bike share program next year, it will join Tampa on a growing list of communities that have such a service.
St. Petersburg officials are in initial stages of setting up one. They believe it will give people another transportation option and improve the city’s environmental health, said Evan Mory, St. Petersburg’s director of Transportation and Parking Management.
Driving along the Courtney Campbell Causeway taking in the waterfront views of Tampa Bay is one of the perks to living in the region. Now bicyclists, walkers and runners can enjoy that same breathtaking view while commuting or visiting on a new separate trail that runs parallel to the Causeway.
In thinking about "What's Next For Florida,'' young professional Kevin O'Hare opines about what he sees in Hillsborough County's new transportation plan. 83 Degrees Media invites young professionals to submit opinion columns of 600-800 words describing what they would like to see next in Florida's future.
Get your walking shoes on because the “Do the Local Motion” program is back this October with free guided walking tours of Downtown Tampa. Though you may have lived and/or worked in the downtown Tampa area for many years, there are still many places to be discovered. Guest tour guides, who are experts on various […]
New and exciting things are happening for Tampa’s Westshore district! Representatives from Westshore alliance, City of Tampa and Hillsborough County, have teamed up with the University of South Florida School of Architecture and Community Design (USF SACD) to create a more walkable and pedestrian oriented area. It’s a team effort with local government agencies, business […]