FDOT, Officials to Talk About Safety on Busch Boulevard
A pop-up event in Temple Terrace will highlight safety concerns for pedestrians and bicyclists along Busch Boulevard.
TEMPLE TERRACE – Safety for pedestrians and bicyclists along Busch Boulevard in the Temple Terrace redevelopment area is the topic of a pop-up community meeting.
The meeting, scheduled for 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesday (Oct. 30) will be at at 56th Street and Busch Boulevard in Temple Terrace (Redevelopment Area). Attendees will have a chance to learn about how officials are working to improve safety for people who walk and ride bicycles along Busch. They will also have the opportunity at 8 a.m. to meet local leaders and learn how to a new safety initiative.
Featured speakers include David Gwynn, Florida Department of Transportation District Seven secretary; Kenneth R. Albano, Temple Terrace police chief, Dr. Robert L. Bertini, director of the Center for Urban Transportation Research; and Jonathan Forbes, chair, Hillsborough County Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
Those who arrive by bike, will have fee bike lights installed. Other safety items will also be given away.
For information, go to bikewalktampabay.org.
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