invites you to 
learn  |  talk share  |  draw  |  write  |
about complete streets 
 
Tuesday
04.02.13 
11:00 a - 2:00 p 
at the
University Area
Complete Streets Summit
in the USF Marshall Center Lobby 

We'll bring the markers & paper. 
 
You bring the big ideas!

Tell us what you think a complete street looks like!
complete street rendering from alta planning
What could a complete street in the University Area look like?
Let's look at complete streets together at the
USF Area Complete Street Summit on April 2nd!  
USA Area complete w rapid bus bay
What are complete streets?
Complete streets are streets for everyone.
They are designed to enable safe access for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders of all ages and abilities. Complete Streets make it easy to cross the street, walk to shops, and bicycle to work. They allow buses to run on time and make it safe for people to walk to and from transit stations.
What's a complete street look like?
A complete street is a unique response to optimize its function for all users in the context of its community.
complete street rendering from NJ There is no singular design prescription for a complete street. Some ingredients in a successful complete street recipe may include:
  • sidewalks
  • bike lanes (or wide paved shoulders)
  • sharrows 
  • special bus lanes
  • comfortable and accessible public transit stops
  • frequent and safe crossing opportunities
  • median islands
  • landscaping (including shade trees)
  • lighting for safety  
  • accessible pedestrian signals
  • curb extensions
  • narrower travel lanes
  • roundabouts
  • other traffic calming features
complete street image from NRDC
Special thank you to the USF
Student Environmental Association!


MPO Walk Bike
Persons planning to attend this public meeting in need of special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or who require interpreter services (free of charge) should contact Michele Ogilvie, 813.273.3774 x317 or  ogilviem@plancom.org, no later than March 27th.

In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other nondiscrimination laws, public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or family status.

What
learn, talk, share, draw & write in celebration of complete streets
When
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
11:00 a - 2:00 p
Where
Marshall Center lobby at the
University of South Florida
Wh0
Connect Tampa Bay
Be part of a transit flash mob!
CUTR
(Center for Urban Transportation Research)
Transportation Safety Studies
HART
Metro Rapid bus service
One Bus Away app
Hillsborough MPO (Metropolitan Planning Organiziation)
Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee
Livable Roadways Committee
University Area Transit Circulator Study
Hillsborough County Public Works
Fletcher Avenue complete streets project &
Fletcher Avenue PD&E
New North Transportation Alliance
ZimRide &
WeCar
Planning Commission
University Area Community Plan & Terrace Park - University Square Vision Plan
Tampa BayCycle
Bike Smart
Walk Wise
Temple Terrace Community Development Department
City of Temple Terrace
Complete Streets Policy
Downtown Streetscape
Bicycle & Pedestrian Group
University Police & Environmental Health and Safety
Street Smart
& more!
Need more info?
Contact:
Lisa Silva, AICP
813.273.3774 x329
silval@plancom.org
Imagine Hillsborough 2040