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Tell Us How You Use the Pinellas Trail

More than 100,000 people traverse the Pinellas Trail every month to bike, walk, or access nearby destinations. With a new survey, we hope to gain more information about how and why they use the trail.  The Forward Pinellas team is working with our partners at Pinellas County, the City of St. Petersburg and the Bicycle… Read more »

Submit your ideas for biking and walking in Pinellas with new mapping tool

Every day throughout Pinellas County, our residents and visitors look to walk and bike to a variety of destinations safely and efficiently. Whether your destinations include some of our most notable beaches or parks, one of our various employers, or one of our vibrant downtowns, chances are you can think of a few ways your… Read more »

Analyzing Our Communities for Better Planning

Whether it’s analyzing the economic impact of microbreweries, encouraging urban agriculture, or creating a cultural corridor along Alternate U.S. 19, Forward Pinellas undertakes a variety of projects in order to meet the diverse planning needs of our communities countywide. As part of our interlocal agreements with local governments throughout Pinellas County, we as an agency… Read more »

Lessons for our transportation future from Indy’s past and present

Understanding the transportation challenges that other communities have faced and how they have overcome them is essential to developing any project or plan for our region. With that in mind, on November 7, 2018, Forward Pinellas and Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) representatives and staff set out on a peer exchange trip to Indianapolis, Indiana…. Read more »

Five applications submitted for 2018 Complete Streets Program funding

Four Pinellas County communities have asked that their projects be considered for funding in the third year of Forward Pinellas’s Complete Streets program. Created in 2016, the Complete Streets program provides funding for the development of concept plans and for constructing transportation projects that make roadways safer and more accessible for all users. In response… Read more »

Pinellas County named Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists

Pinellas is only the fifth county in Florida to receive the designation. Today, Pinellas County joins 464 visionary communities from across the country with a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community award from the League of American Bicyclists. “The Bicycle Friendly Community award is an exciting recognition of the many opportunities that Pinellas offers bicyclists, from… Read more »

Forward Pinellas Announces Third Round of Complete Streets Funding

From prioritizing funding for expanded sidewalks in an underserved area of south St. Petersburg to helping Clearwater residents envision the Drew Street that best meets their needs, Forward Pinellas’s Complete Streets program has enabled the creation of corridors that reflect whole communities. When Forward Pinellas created a Complete Streets program in 2016, we had a… Read more »