2018 Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit

Join us for the first-ever Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit!

The Basics:

  • View the flyer
  • Date: February 27, 2018 from 8:30 am-6:30 pm — including an optional Downtown Riverwalk ride/walk at 8:30 am and Reception & Awards at 5:00 pm.
  • Location: Glazer Children’s Museum, 110 W. Gasparilla Plaza, Tampa 33602.  Reception will be held at Franklin Manor, 912 N Franklin St, Tampa 33602.
  • Registration: $60 fee — Please use this link to register for the Summit.  The registration fee helps cover meeting expenses.  Our goal is for the Summit to be open to all, so please contact us at WestW@plancom.org if the fee is a challenge for you.
  • Sponsorships: Please use this link to become a Sponsor or Presenting Sponsor.

Why Hold The Summit?

This is West Central Florida’s preeminent educational event aimed at encouraging the implementation of Complete Streets that are safe and accessible for all. As we work to elevate our individual efforts, cohesive linkages across to sister counties will lead to regionally significant transportation facilities and safety programs for all modes of transportation and for all ages and abilities.

Who Should Attend?

Anyone in the region who wants to help create healthier and safer communities should come hear energizing and informed speakers, engage with public officials, and mingle with community partners.

Additional Summit Information:

Transportation Guide

Hotels (on Tampa Downtown Partnership website)

Check back soon for more updates as summit details are confirmed.

The Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit is a collaborative effort of the Hernando/Citrus, Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, and Sarasota/Manatee Metropolitan Planning Organizations, the Polk County Transportation Planning Organization, the Florida Department of Transportation, the USF Center for Urban Transportation Research, and Walk Bike Tampa. This partnership provides a regional approach to prioritize the Complete Streets initiative throughout the local jurisdictions along the Gulf Coast of Florida.