Tractor-trailers haul everything from food to feed families to cars soon-to-be on the road, but there’s a chronic shortage of truck drivers which is slowing deliveries of goods needed by Americans across the country.
The pandemic put a pause on fixing Tampa’s pothole problem. But now, a new initiative spearheaded by the city is promising to take your complaint at any hour of the day, and address it within three days.
Earlier this year, the Florida Legislature approved $2 billion in improvements to state highways and seaports. During Monday's press conference, DeSantis announced three projects from the Bay Area set to benefit from the funds: the Howard Frankland Bridge, the Westshore interchange, and the downtown Tampa interchange between I-275 and I-4.
The difference between flying before September 11, 2001, and after the attacks is night and day.
Tampa International Airport is holding its largest hiring day ever on Wednesday. Nearly 1,000 positions are up for grabs.
Tampa’s historic Cass Street Bridge and streetcar line would get a piece of Tampa’s $20 million dollar share of federal infrastructure money from the Invest in America Act.
Florida's high-speed rail service Brightline on Tuesday announced it will resume service in South Florida later this year.
The first day of school is here for most Bay Area students, and unlike last year, most districts have no e-learning option. That means kids and school buses will be on the road, so make sure you're aware of school bus traffic rules.
The FLHSMV announced Monday that new Blue Angels plates, benefiting the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, have been delivered to tax collectors and license-plate agencies statewide.
Lines of passengers anxious to get home continued to form at Tampa International Airport’s Spirit counter Friday. While getting a refund isn't easy, there are things travelers can try to get their money back.
Spirit Airlines entered its fifth consecutive day of widespread cancellations Thursday, including a handful in Tampa.
The airline has canceled more than 1,000 flights and delayed several hundred since Sunday, including ones in and out of Tampa International Airport.
After a day when all Spirit flights were halted at Tampa International Airport, more cancellations were announced Tuesday.
Passengers are left scrambling and stranded after Spirit Airlines cancels hundreds of flights nationwide. Unhappy travelers first reported mass delays over the weekend.
Officials over at the Tampa International Airport said they have seen an increase in the number of travelers and guests without face coverings and are reminding everyone that a federal mandate is still in place.
The mother of a young father killed by a speeding driver is urging others to heed warnings from troopers and save lives on the road.
PSTA drivers say if you can drive a car, you can drive a bus. The transportation agency is trying to hire 86 new bus drivers over the next 12 months.
TPA officials said they will resume nonstop flights to Toronto starting Saturday, July 17.
Tampa International Airport is hoping to fill 150 positions to keep up with travel demand.
Future plans for the Tropicana Field site could impact traffic flow on the interstate through St. Pete. One proposal involves shortening or removing Interstate 175, the stretch that connects I-275 with downtown.