The Transportation Division focuses on transportation planning, project
development and management, traffic engineering, right of way permitting, and
mass transit initiatives, as well as the City's overall mobility needs. The
Transportation Division reports directly to the Administrator of Public Works
and Utilities Services.
Above is the conceptual sketch for the New Tampa Bridge Project. The New Tampa Bridge Project is scheduled to be a 24 month project, starting in the summer 2011 and ending in the summer 2013.
Hillsborough County is fully rehabilitating the Platt Street Bridge, as the bridge is in need of major repairs.
The Transportation Division has two main sections, the Traffic Engineering Section and the Planning and Project Management Section. The Traffic Engineering Section is responsible for investigating and evaluating traffic operation issues, including, but not limited to, speed studies, cut thru traffic, and school safety, traffic signal and stop sign requests, driveway requests through right-of-way permitting, and 5-minute parking sign information.
The Planning and Project Management Section is responsible for projects, such as Complete Street Projects, the Truck Route Study, Cross Creek Widening, and the Bayshore Blvd. Enhancement Project, as well as surveying support for City projects. Other responsibilities include updating traffic counts, maintaining Transportation impact fee ledgers and issuing refunds, and driveway variances and alternative design exceptions.
Please proceed to the Roundabout User's Video link for easy instructions on the proper way to use the innovative roundabout roadway design. The Virginia Department of Transportation has an 8 -minute instructional video on their website titled, "Driving Modern Roundabouts: Rules of the road: video." This video can be found at the top of the page, under the "Audio/Video" section.