Please choose any of these High Injury Corridors below to review the vision zero safety study report results and fact sheets. Surveys were available from September 1 – 30, 2020, the results of the public engagement are within the reports.
For more information, view the corridor fact sheets and videos:
- Mango Road/CR579 (MLK Boulevard to US 92): Draft Report | Presentation | Fact Sheet
- 78th Street (Causeway Boulevard to Palm River Road): Draft Report | Presentation | Fact Sheet
- Gibsonton Drive (I-75 to Balm Riverview Road): Report | Presentation | Fact Sheet
- 15th Street (Fowler Avenue to Fletcher Avenue): Report | Presentation | Fact Sheet
- Bruce B Downs Boulevard (BBD) (Fowler Avenue to Bearss Avenue): Executive Summary | Final Report | Presentation | Fact Sheet
- Sheldon Road (Hillsborough Avenue to Waters Avenue): Final Report | Final Report Appendix |Fact Sheet | Presentation | Video
- Lynn Turner Road (Gunn Highway to Ehrlich Road): Executive Summary | Final Report | Fact Sheet | Presentation | Video
- Fletcher Avenue (Armenia Avenue to Nebraska Avenue): Executive Summary | Final Report | Presentation | Fact Sheet | Video
If you have questions or would like to submit your responses by phone for corridors 1 – 4, please contact Wade Reynolds at (813) 273-3774 x361 or email@example.com, for corridors 5 – 8, contact Lisa Silva at (813) 273-3774 x329 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vision Zero is an approach based on the belief that traffic death and injury is preventable – that these aren’t “accidents,” but the result of poor behaviors combined with unforgiving roadway designs. The MPO developed a Vision Zero Action Plan centered on four Action Tracks:
- Paint Saves Lives – low-cost engineering strategies
- One Message, Many Voices – public education strategies
- Consistent and Fair – community-oriented law enforcement
- The Future Will Not Be Like the Past – focusing on design standards
Using a data-driven approach, an early step in developing the Vision Zero Action Plan was to identify the county’s Top 20 High Injury Network (HIN) corridors, determined by the greatest number of fatalities and injuries per mile.
With strategies from “Paint Saves Lives” as a guide, this study focuses on eight of the Top 20 HIN corridors that are the responsibility of Hillsborough County, with the goal of recommending short-term, immediately implementable countermeasures (aka. quick fixes) to reduce serious injuries and fatalities.
The project will be co-managed by the staff of the Hillsborough County Engineering and Operations Department and the Hillsborough Metropolitan Planning Organization.
The study areas will be assigned to several consultant teams. A Kickoff Meeting will be scheduled with all consultant teams and project managers after the scope is finalized. Among other topics, the project co-managers will review the project schedule, identify potential community leaders in those areas, and further discuss expectations.