Tampa recently completed its InVision process that sets the blueprint for future development in the Central Business District and adjoining neighborhoods. One project recommended in the InVision plan is to make Cass and Tyler Streets two-way, restoring the street grid in downtown, and transforming Cass into a central spine FOR WALKING AND BICYCLING ACROSS THE CENTER OF THE CITY.
Beginning in the Downtown, both east Cass and east Tyler Streets will be modified into two-way streets between Jefferson Street and the existing Cass/Tyler intersection. Improvements include modification of thirteen signalized intersections, adding a barrier-separated two-way bicycle track as well as pavement markings, striping, and resetting existing bricks on Tyler Street.
These investments will position the City as one of the country’s most attractive places to open a business, raise a family, and maintain a high quality of life while preserving historic districts and neighborhood character.
For more information visit the InVision Tampa website.