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THEA is committed to investing in projects that include safe walkability for the growing Tampa Bay population. Options to walk, bike, drive, ride, and share without compromising safety are essential. For Tampa to thrive, we need to provide a variety of travel modalities for people to choose how to best get to their destinations. At […]

February 28, 2023


Categories: Vision Zero

This week, our Director of Innovation and Planning, Bob Frey, was recognized at the 2022 Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit (GCSSS) as a leader in helping the city reach its Vision Zero goals. Under Bob’s leadership, every THEA project has the direction to go above and beyond the standard walkability and pedestrian safety guidelines. For […]

November 4, 2022


Categories: THEA News, Vision Zero

THEA plans to make multiple improvements and countermeasures to the South Selmon Expressway area (Himes Avenue to Whiting Street) to improve overall safety and mobility for pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists. THEA worked with the City of Tampa to determine the safety and operational needs for this area. As a result, the South Selmon Expressway Project […]

February 8, 2022


Categories: Vision Zero

In October, Major Jane Castor announced the City of Tampa’s commitment to Vision Zero. The Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) has always been committed to safety for all modes of transportation and is happy to continue helping the City of Tampa reach its Vision Zero goals.  THEA initiated multiple project-specific safety enhancements aiming to reduce […]

May 5, 2021


Categories: THEA Cares, THEA News, Vision Zero


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