- Learn more about Tampa MOVES and Vision Zero
- RVSP for a Listen First Meeting
- Take our surveys on mobility, growth, and development and Vision Zero
- Sign up for plan updates
- Be a City Planner for the day and share your ideas on the Idea Map
In 2019, Mayor Castor and the Transportation Advisory Team released five strategic recommendations to address a number of mobility related issues facing the city of Tampa. These recommendations include,
- Implement strategic transit projects
- Focus on trails and greenways as transportation options
- Adopt Vision Zero as a Citywide policy
- Reinvent urban parking & mobility
- Enhance neighborhood engagement
Tampa M.O.V.E.S. (Mobility, Opportunity, Vision, Equity, and Safety) is the City of Tampa's new transportation plan to address these recommendations. The new plan will cover all the ways to get around the City. Once completed, Tampa M.O.V.E.S will outline transportation objectives and initiatives for the next 30 years, with an emphasis on memorializing the City’s strategic vision and engaging the public to meet the City's mobility goals.
We want to hear from you!
Ten, one-hour virtual meetings will be held for different neighborhood groups across the City between February and April 2021 with one meeting being hosted in Spanish, open to all Spanish speakers throughout the City. These “Listen First Meetings” are a first step in identifying challenges and opportunities facing the City and developing solutions for the future.
The meetings will introduce upcoming citywide planning efforts, provide updates on transportation projects currently under development in the City, and collect input on current challenges and opportunities for transportation, growth, and development now and in the future. This will be a great opportunity for city residents to get engaged in the planning process.
If you are unable to attend the meeting in your area, a recording and follow up survey will be provided on this page. You may also choose to attend a meeting in another area. If you wish to view the meeting recording at a public library, visit https://www.hcplc.org/reopening to find an open library near you.