Tampa Bay

Work Begins on Kennedy Boulevard, Jackson Street And Nebraska Avenue Improvements in Downtown Tampa

The Florida Department of Transportation will begin repaving approximately 1.2 miles of SR 60 (Kennedy Boulevard/Jackson Street) and US Business 41 (Nebraska Avenue) in Downtown Tampa this week. The project’s improvements include adding a new traffic signal with pedestrian crossing at Jackson St. and Governor St, changing the number of travel lanes and on-street parking • Read More »


Help Bring Bike Lanes To MLK In St. Pete!

The City of St. Pete is well underway with the development of its Complete Streets Plan, creating improved transportation environments for all ages and physical and economic abilities to safely and comfortably move around the city. Complete streets are flexible and take into account their surrounding land use regulations and related transportation network connections. With that, • Read More »


$25 Off Et Cultura Tickets for Coast Bike Share Members

Et Cultura, the five-day culturally immersive event highlighting local artists, musicians and filmmakers, returns to St. Pete for its second year November 15-19. The festival boasts 60+ performers across multiple venues in the city. From pop-up group yoga classes, signature speakers and documentary showings in unexpected places to special art exhibits and makers markets, there’s • Read More »


Metropolitan Ministries Opens Holiday Tent In Downtown Tampa

It’s time to use those bike baskets for good, Coasters. Metropolitan Ministries has officially opened its Holiday Tent for the season, marking its 21st year of operation. Located at 400 West Palm Avenue in Tampa, members of the community are encouraged to drop off charitable donations of frozen turkeys, cereal, canned yams, stuffing and starches • Read More »


ICYMI – A Bite-Sized Roundup of Tampa Bay Happenings

Been busy? Grab a coffee and have a quick scan through our bite-sized round-up of happenings near our hubs in Tampa Bay. HART is going high tech with new vehicles joining its bus fleet at the start of the new year. A two-year pilot program will introduce two driverless buses to the streets of downtown • Read More »


10 Events To Coast To In November

NOV 5 – URBAN HOME TOUR in Tampa Tour 10 unique residences in the Channel District before enjoying a block party in the Grand Central Courtyard featuring live music by Josh Walther & The Phase 5 Band. NOV 5 – 2017 STRAZ LIVE IN THE PARK in Tampa Bring your picnic lunch and enjoy a • Read More »



Hub Highlights – Platt and Moody in Tampa

We’re exploring Tampa Bay bike share station by bike share station, and discovering hordes of hidden gems in the process. Surrounded by cuisine from all over the world, there’s nothing Moody about this hub in South Tampa. Ride on over, explore, and get a belly full of deliciousness. The Dubliner Irish Pub There’s nothing like • Read More »


4 New Restaurants To Try This Month

Platt Street Borough Bar & Eatery in Tampa Offering a blend of classic and contemporary American fare, this indoor-outdoor space is set to open within the next couple of weeks with an approachable vibe that is both food-focused and friendly. Munch on dishes like seared ahi tuna or chicken and glazed donuts – a twist • Read More »


Hub Highlights – 31st St N and Central Ave in St. Pete

Find yourself always hitting up the same spots around town? In this new series, we’re exploring local businesses bike share station by bike share station. Coast to the hub at 31st St N and Central Ave and discover something new. Doc’s Louisiana Boil Lock your bike and walk a block to 32nd Street North and • Read More »