July 17, 2019

Tampa Bay Bicycle Friendly Businesses go the extra distance to help those in need

Being named a Bicycle Friendly BusinessSM (BFB) by the League of American Bicyclists is a notable accomplishment. At the recent Summer Summit, BWTB honored six local BFBs that are also going above and beyond being bicycle friendly by making bicycling available and safer for the socio-economically disadvantaged. Please give thanks to the following organizations who […]
September 17, 2019

Skyway Marina District being transformed through Complete Streets process

If you’ve traveled down 34th Avenue South in St. Petersburg, you might recall seeing a lightly-trafficked six-lane wide highway lined by buildings and parking lots with adjoining stores in the distance. The Skyway Marina District, which spans an area of 34th St. S., also known as U.S. 19, between 22nd Ave. S. and 54th St. […]
September 17, 2019

Tampa’s cultural institutions along Riverwalk recently named Bicycle Friendly Businesses

Summer is winding down… if you’re looking for a way to entertain the family, consider visiting Tampa’s close-in cultural hub by bike! With the assistance of Tampa Downtown Partnership and Pedal Power Promoters, a significant portion of the cultural institutions along the Riverwalk rallied to support bicycling and ultimately be named Bicycle Friendly BusinessesSM by […]
September 17, 2019

Best Workplaces for Commuters program recognizes Florida employers, universities and sites

Being commuter-friendly has an extra perk for Florida employers––applying to become a certified Best Workplace for Commuters (BWC) employer is free! BWC is a Florida-based national program seeking to change how Americans commute to work each day by supporting companies that provide their employees with great alternatives to driving alone. Because the program is headquartered […]
September 17, 2019

Boys and Girls Club youths take a Bicyclist and Pedestrian Safer Journey course

This summer, youths participating in the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay attended a Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safer Journey course. The two-day program included in-classroom learning and a bicycle rodeo. One goal of the program was to start a conversation about the importance of safe walking and biking. On the first day, the boys […]