St. Pete​​​​​​​

Citizens Against

Lane-Loss + Parking-Loss

"Back To The Drawing Board​​​​​​​​​​​​​​"

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MLK Pickett 8/30 @ 5:30pm

MLK at 22 nd Ave N.

Park: Shell Station NW Corner

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We are FOR:

City Council having a VOTE in Lane-Loss + Parking Loss

Bicycle/Ped. Safety, Bike Paths, Bike Lanes that DO NOT cause vehicle lanes loss or parking.

Keeping Vehicle Travel Lanes and Healthy Traffic Flow in our fast growing robust St. Pete.

Keeping Parking Places in fast growing city.


​​​​​​​Healthy, Non-Loss ways to create Bicycle/Pedestrian travel.

REFERENDUM on Complete Streets and BRT so Citizens VOTE.

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72 MILES of Lane-Loss​​​​​​​

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72 miles of lane loss in St Pete


​​​​​​​“The reason Lincoln Property left Tampa:​​​​​​​

Tampa lost its view and vision of the car."

Scott Stahley,Executive VP of Lincoln Property Co. Helped develop failed Harbour Island. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Example: 50 + 35 story buildings planned downtown create 525 Condos (start at $1 Million) + 200 Hotel Rooms + multiple retail stores. “ONE” just opened with 276 Condos + 175 Hotel Rooms, plus retail stores.

800+ NEW Condos + 375 Hotel Rooms + Multiple Stores bring thousands of high-level people and employees who want to move about in vehicles rather than bike, bus, or walk in heat, cold, rain and wind.

ALL St. Pete arterial roads have growing numbers of vehicles every year.

KEEPING Vehicle Flow + Parking is ESSENTIAL!

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South Pasadena Commissioners (click​​​​​​​)

St. Pete Beach Commissioners (click​​​​​​​)

Concept for 1st Ave N and S

History: 4 Lanes

Lane~Loss to 3 Lanes, with Parking each side NOW Lane~Loss to 2 lanes

TOTAL Parking~Loss

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NOT initiated by Council

NOT initiated by Citizen Referendum


  • WIDE Right of Ways allow Bike Paths off the street.

​​​​​​​             Done RIGHT: "Boulevard Sidewalks" Click Here

  • Street Lanes only when needed, NO Lane~Loss or Parking Loss.
  • Creative alternate routes on residential streets, like 7th St N and 1st St N.
  • 26% Accidents: “a” factor was speed. NHSTA
  • 74% Accidents: speed not a factor.
  • CONGESTION is the biggest factor.
  • SAFETY is primary goal, more so than speed.
  • LOS – Level of Service – Time for vehicle to get from A to B.
  • Neighborhoods and Citizens favor “Back to the Drawing Board.”
  • City Council has no authority and no vote over Transportation Dept.!! Can only “Discuss.”
  • CS and BRT “pet projects” of Mayor. ​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​



  • Transportation Dept. “Sales Presentation” – Cherry Pick Data - How It Is – without working with Neighborhood Associations.
  • Walter Fuller Park “Bike Path” 12’ wide to Pinellas Trail is Positive Example (after threat of lawsuit). Save 23 Oak Trees, keep out of Park, multiple creative ideas.
  • County Positive Plan for Lealman's 54th Ave. N.                                                                                  4 Alternative Plans.    Bike Lanes = highest accident rating.​​​​​​​
  • “Imaginary Bicyclists” ~ Infinitely small compared to vehicle trips


​​​​​​​ARTICLE sent by City Council Member

Is Bike-Lane Fever Breaking?

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​​​​​​​ARTICLE sent by 2nd City Council Member

Albuquerque’s BRT $133-million (10 miles) electric bus system is going nowhere fast

​​​​​​​Click Here for article​​​​​​​

Public Transit Declines Nationally

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Business Owner's Letter to Editor​​​​​​​

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Anti-Car Policies Mean Even More People Are Dying on LA's Highways

(33% Increase Cars + Pedestrians; Doubles for Bicyclists)


17 Bicyclists Dead in NYC in 7 months

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Denver mayor’s anti-car agenda doubles down on failed policies

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Grill and Chill Festival

CALL at booth sharing Flyers and signing FTA Letters to mail.

4 Picket Outings on MLK!