Getting Around

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There are several different ways to move around St. Pete, and these plans and decisions are not made lightly. Learn more about the City's Complete Streets initiative, which aims to create a better and safer transportation environment for all. View the Transportation GIS map to get information on speed limits, proposed crosswalk locations, truck routes and more.
Bike Share

Coast Bike share is a transit system consisting of a network of stations where bikes are publicly available for short-term rental though several different fare options.

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Cross Bay Ferry

The Cross-Bay Ferry is a high speed ferry that connects downtown St. Pete to downtown Tampa via Tampa Bay.

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Cycling & Walking Trails

St. Pete's CityTrails are paths and facilities for cyclists and pedestrians that include bicycle lanes, routes, and recreational trails.

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Downtown Looper & Central Avenue Trolley

The Downtown Looper and Central Avenue Trolley make it easy to make your way around downtown St. Pete. Take a complimentary ride and experience St. Pete car-free.

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St. Pete offers seated and standing e-scooter options for St. Pete residents and visitors to get around downtown. Download the smart phone apps: Razor (seated) or Veo (standing).

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Golf Carts

Golf carts are a popular choice for short, social trips. The City of St. Petersburg does not provide or rent golf carts, and conversions must be made to these vehicles in order for them to be street legal.

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SunRunner (BRT)

The SunRunner is Tampa Bay’s very first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project, offering a train-like transit line that will connect downtown St. Pete to South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach.

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