About The Equity Assessment Forward Pinellas is conducting an equity assessment of its agency operations and planning activities. The goal is to ensure that its mission to “provide leadership to…
Forward Pinellas was thrilled with an incredible turnout for our reinvented, self-guided “Bike Your City” scavenger hunt through our host city of Safety Harbor. From October 16, 2020 – October 31, 2020, over 500 participants found 20 locations on our scavenger hunt map and submitted a “selfie” or picture of their bike at the landmark using our interactive online form.
As one of Florida’s most unique and vibrant communities, demand for office, housing and services in Downtown St. Petersburg continues to grow. At the same time, people are looking for more ways to travel in and around the community.
Safe Streets Pinellas is a collaborative effort to create a transportation system that is safe for everyone. Our goal is for no one to be killed or seriously injured using the roadways in Pinellas County.
Extending nearly 38 miles, Alternate U.S. Highway 19 is the longest roadway in Pinellas County. It connects the cities of Tarpon Springs, Dunedin, Clearwater, Largo, Seminole, and St. Petersburg as well as Palm Harbor in the unincorporated area of north Pinellas County.
Forward Pinellas, working with the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) and local governments, is conducting an analysis of PSTA transfer points. This project will evaluation opportunities for redevelopment, improved non-auto accessibility and enhanced safety at the transfer points and their surrounding areas.