The City of Tampa Transportation and Stormwater Services Department plans to resurface E Davis Blvd to S Davis Blvd. from the roundabout located off Severn Ave to the Davis Islands Bridge. This project was initiated in response to the Davis Islands Community Plan that was developed by the Davis Islands Plan Stewardship Committee. The City worked with DKS Associates, Inc. to analyze the existing traffic conditions and develop initial concepts for a complete streets project.
This project will resurface the road and construct complete streets elements to:
- improve the overall pavement condition and fix existing drainage issues or ponding
- upgrade curb ramps to comply with current ADA standards
- calm traffic and provide enhanced multimodal connectivity
The City has procured the services of both GHD Services, Inc. (GHD), and Greenman-Pederson, Inc. (GPI) for this project. GHD will be designing the portion bounded between Barbados Ave and Chesapeake Ave, also known as “The Village.” The remaining sections of the project are being designed by GPI. The City will be conducting a public meeting to present concepts to the neighborhood at a future date. If you have any questions regarding the design plans, please reach out to the City’s Project Manager: Robert Hatton
e-mail: [email protected] or (813) 274-1289.
- Public Meeting Fact Sheet
- Public Meeting Notice
- Public Meeting Complete Streets Presentation
- Public Meeting East Davis Blvd Presentation (Barbados Ave to Chesapeake Ave)
- Public Meeting Davis Blvd Presentation (Adalia Ave to Baltic Cir)
- Roll Plan East Davis Boulevard
- Roll Plan Davis Boulevard
- Traffic Study: Davis Boulevard from Adalia Avenue to Baltic Circle
- Traffic Study: East Davis Boulevard through Davis Islands Village - Barbados Avenue to Chesapeake Avenue
The public plays an important role in the project development and decision-making process of this study. We invite you to get involved! We want to hear from you about the concerns, issues, comments, and ideas that you have to help us determine the most appropriate conceptual design alternatives for the City of Tampa's Transportation Capital Improvement Projects.