TAMPA — Super Bowl fans can board a free shuttle to get around downtown Tampa and Tampa Heights.
The shuttle service runs every 15 minutes or so from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. through Saturday, stopping at nine popular locations. It can accommodate people with disabilities.
The downtown area is the scene of a number of Super Bowl attractions, including the NFL Super Bowl Experience at Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park.
The shuttle is sponsored by the city of Tampa, Tampa Downtown Partnership, Armature Works and CW’s Gin Joint. Masks are required while riding.
“We want everyone to have a chance to participate in the Super Bowl festivities here in Tampa, and that means making transportation convenient, safe and accessible,” Mayor Jane Castor said. “The shuttle allows fans to easily touch down at their destinations while minimizing the amount of traffic on our downtown roadways and in our neighborhoods.”
Here are the nine stops:
- Tampa Streetcar, Whiting Street just west of Franklin Street
- Tampa Theatre, Florida Avenue just north of Twiggs Street
- Interstate 275, Florida Avenue just north of Scott Street
- Tampa Heights, Seventh Avenue just west of Franklin Streetst of Franklin St)
- Water Works Park, Highland Avenue just south of Seventh Avenue
- Julian B Lane Riverfront Park, Doyle Carlton Drive just north of Laurel Street
- Arts District, Doyle Carlton Drive just north of Macinnes Place
- Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, Tampa Street just north of Polk Street
- Downtown, Tampa Street just south of Kennedy Boulevard
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