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October 17, 2015

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Tags: Selmon Greenway, Tampa, Tampa Design Week, THEA

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Categories: THEA News

Pop-Up Design Fest on Selmon Greenway   The theme of this year’s Pop-Up Design festival was ‘Mobility and Connectivity’. Five teams of multi-disciplinary designers use the west end of the Selmon Greenway to create interactive installations. The designs were meant to inspire and encourage participation and engagement from the community in the making of their […]

September 17, 2015

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Tags: THEA News

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Categories: THEA News

The USDOT recently awarded us with a $17 million contract in Connected Vehicle Technology. This industry is already in the billions and only expected to grow, as more and more cities will be adopting the concept of “smart cities”. “Smart Cities” will allow us to save lives, make transportation and roads safer, and allow for […]

September 16, 2015

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Tags: THEA News

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Categories: THEA News

All Construction Will Take Place Between 9:00 pm – 5:00 am 9/20 Sunday Evening – Reversible Electronic Lanes 9/21 Monday Evening – Reversible Electronic Lanes 9/22 Tuesday Evening – Bay to Bay Blvd – On/Off Ramps 9/23 Wednesday Evening – Euclid Blvd – On/Off Ramps 9/24 Thursday Evening – Gandy Blvd – Off-Ramp 9/25 Friday […]

September 15, 2015

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Tags: Transportation News

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Categories: THEA News

The Tampa Hillsborough Express Authority (THEA) has been awarded a $17 million dollar contract by leaders in the US Department of Transportation for the connected vehicle pilot program.   Transportation for the Connected Vehicle (CV) pilot program. To make the announcement, Florida Senator Bill Nelson and U.S. Transportation Under-Secretary, Peter Rogoff, joined Tampa Bay area […]

Despite the recent move to create more bike-friendly and walkable cities or to provide more reliable public transportation options, most Americans rely on their cars to get around.  With so many people driving — especially in urban settings — roadways are getting clogged with congestion and riddled with potholes from wear and tear, causing delays […]