Register today for the 4th Annual Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit!

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October 2021 – Registration is still open for the 4th annual Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit. This free event will take place November 2 – 4, bringing together a fantastic array of presentations and panels to encourage transportation safety and accessibility across the region.

Each year, the Sun Coast Transportation Planning Alliance (SCTPA) hosts the event. This year, participants can choose from over two dozen sessions to attend, including the following sessions that Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) committee members, planning partners and staff will present:

  1. “Transportation Demand Management: The Key to Mode Shift” by Christine Acosta of Pedal Power Promoters
  2. “Creating a Complete Streets Ecosystem” by Matt Lewis of Hillsborough County’s Community & Infrastructure Planning department
  3. “Walk/Bike-Friendly Modern Roundabouts” presented by Ken Sides of Sam Schwartz Engineering
  4. “The Curb: Where the Public Realm Begins” by Josh Frank of Dover, Kohl & Partners
  5. “Hillsborough TPO Vision Zero Action Plan: From Plan to Implementation” by Kathrin Tellez of Fehr & Peers
  6. “Prioritizing Safety & Equity in Tampa and Citywide Vision Plan & Neighborhood Commercial District Plans” by Alana Brasier of the City of Tampa

Participants can also enjoy in-person mobile tours including a Vision Zero Showcase, Courtney Campbell Causeway Bike Ride, and a neighborhood walking tour. There will also be on-your-own mobile tours available. COVID protocols will be in place per CDC guidelines and capacity is limited for in-person events. To learn more about the Summit and to register for the event, please visit www.gulfcoastsafestreetssummit.org, or follow @SunCoastTPA on Facebook and Twitter.

About the Sun Coast Transportation Planning Alliance (SCTPA)

The SCTPA works as a region to prepare plans, studies, and priorities for regionally significant projects; review the impact of significant land-use decisions; share current travel data and trends; and adopt regional transportation plans and priorities for highway, public transportation, and multi-use trail improvements. As the region stands to see continued growth in population, economy, and travel, the SCTPA will provide sound, forward-thinking transit, and transportation options to support this growth and a sustainable future for our region.

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