On Monday, April 16th, FDOT hosted a Tampa Bay Next Community Open House Meeting for the Westshore / West Tampa Areas.
Click to view the Tampa Bay Next boards, Tampa Bay Next concept plans, the Regional Transit Feasibility Plan boards, the West Tampa Multimodal Plan boards,
Intermodal Center Studies boards and the 2045 MPO Scenario Planning boards that were presented at the meeting.
On Thursday, March 8th, FDOT hosted a Tampa Bay Next Community Open House Meeting at the Armature Works.
Click to view the Tampa Bay Next Boards, the Regional Transit Feasibility Plan Boards, the Heights Mobility Study Boards and the 2045 MPO Scenario Planning Boards
that were presented at the meeting.
Tampa Bay Next is a program to modernize Tampa Bay’s transportation infrastructure and prepare for the future.
Tampa Bay Next Priorities:
- Move people and goods safely and efficiently
- Build a comprehensive regional transportation system
- Create meaningful opportunities for public input
- Balance regional needs with community concerns
- Commit to sustainable infrastructure decisions
FDOT is committed to a comprehensive approach to transportation planning and development for an integrated, multimodal regional transportation system.
FDOT is working on multiple interstate improvement projects to modernize key interchanges, replace aging infrastructure, and improve mobility on portions of I-275 and I-4.
Bicycle / Pedestrian Facilities
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FDOT is integrating Transit into its project planning and development. FDOT is also funding a Regional Transit Feasibility Plan, administered by HART, to determine the preferred corridors and modes for future regional transit.
FDOT is changing the way we plan our roads! In 2014, the FDOT State Secretary signed a Complete Streets Implementation Policy, which is a key component of improving pedestrian and bicyclist safety and providing truly context sensitive solutions to the community.
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