USF partners with UCF Student Government for safety campaign

Led by CUTR’s Jason Jackman, the Peer-to-Peer program recently partnered with the University of Central Florida (UCF) and UCF Student Government to help promote pedestrian and bicycle safety to students. UCF’s Student Government Safety & Transportation Coordinator Avery Lane assisted CUTR students and staff with the outreach. This effort provided safety outreach to 35 businesses…

Tampa Bay Clean Cities fuels a future with less emissions

Former TBCCC intern Alicia Kerr, co-coordinator Austin Sipiora, coordinator Alex Kolpakov, program assistant Jana Huss “Love Hillsborough” from left Alex, Austin, and Maria Magalhaes (former TBCCC intern) In early June, U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm and U.S. Representative Kathy Castor met with CUTR leadership to discuss the Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition (TBCCC), a…

Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition hosts “Clean Fuel School Bus Expo”

In late July, Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition hosted the “Clean Fuel School Bus Expo” in partnership with Florida Transportation Systems, Inc. at the Florida State Fairgrounds. Attendees heard from Hillsborough County Public Schools on planning for electric school buses and considerations for charging infrastructure from Tampa Electric. AmeriGas Propane and ROUSH CleanTech also presented on the benefits of powering school buses with propane…

Student Spotlight: Sam Beaver

  Sam Beaver is a graduate student in global sustainability at USF with a concentration in sustainable business. After earning his bachelor’s degree in international business with a minor in Spanish from the University of Tampa, Sam decided to continue his education and pursue his passion for sustainability. Currently, Sam works with Tampa Bay Clean…

Intersections + Identities: A Radical Rethinking of Our Transportation Experiences is now available

The American Planning Association Transportation Planning Division’s 2022 State of Transportation Planning report “Intersections + Identities: A Radical Rethinking of Our Transportation Experiences” is now available! Tia Boyd, a research associate with the Planning and Corridor Management (PCM) program at CUTR, served as an editorial team member and coauthored an article with Kristine Williams, FAICP,…