Redesign the Corridor

Redesign the Corridor

Redesign the Florida Avenue and Tampa Street/Highland Avenue corridor.

Use the links below to access Streetmix, start designing a reimagined Heights Corridor, and share your ideas with the Study team. Remember, when redesigning the corridor consider utilizing the existing right-of-way and pavement width and adhere to the design standards for the various potential components of the street (see below).

Florida Avenue from Columbus Drive to Floribraska Avenue

Existing Typical Cross-Section:

Right-of-Way = 50’
Pavement Width = 35’

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Tampa Street from Columbus Drive to Floribraska Avenue

Existing Typical Cross-Section:

Right-of-Way = 60’
Pavement Width = 40’

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Florida Avenue North of Hillsborough Avenue

Existing Typical Cross-Section:

Right-of-Way = 50’
Pavement Width = 40’

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Share Your Design Concepts

Using the Share function within Streetmix copy and paste the link into the comment box below to share your design concept with the Study team.
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    Street Design Elements

    Travel Lanes

    Preferred Width = 11’

    Min. Width = 10’

    Sidewalks

    Preferred Width = 6’ – 10’

    Min. Width = 5’

    Bike Lanes

    Preferred Width = 7’ (5’ lane with 2’ buffer)

    Min. Width = 5’

    Separated Bike Lanes/Cycle Track

    Preferred Width = 15’ (two 6’ lanes with 4’ buffer)

    Min. Width = 11.5’ (two 5’ lanes with 1.5’ buffer)


    On-Street Parking

    Standard Width = 8’

    Landscape Strip

    Min. Width = 2’

    Raised Median

    Preferred Width = 16’

    Min. Width = 11’

    Center Turn Lane

    Preferred Width = 12’

    Min. Width = 11’


    Shoulder Transit Lane

    Preferred Width = 13’ (5’ lane with 2’ buffer)

    Min. Width = 11.5’ (11’ lane with 6” buffer)

    Median Transit Lane

    Preferred Width = 20’ (12’ lane with 4’ buffer on each side)

    Min. Width = 15’ (11’ lane with 2’ buffer on each side)