Tampa Bay Florida US editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Tampa Bay Florida US in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, InkScape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

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Tampa Bay, Florida, is a large metropolitan area on the west coast of Florida, centered around the body of water known as Tampa Bay. The area includes several major cities and towns, as well as a network of important streets and roads. Here’s an overview:

Major Cities and Towns:

  1. Tampa: The largest city in the Tampa Bay area, known for its business district, cultural venues, and sports teams.
  2. St. Petersburg: Known for its arts scene, waterfront parks, and the famous Salvador Dalí Museum.
  3. Clearwater: Famous for its beautiful beaches and Clearwater Marine Aquarium.
  4. Brandon: A major suburb east of Tampa.
  5. Palm Harbor: Located to the north of Clearwater, known for its historic downtown and annual festivals.
  6. Largo: Situated between St. Petersburg and Clearwater, known for its parks and recreational facilities.
  7. Riverview: A rapidly growing suburb southeast of Tampa.
  8. Tarpon Springs: Known for its historic sponge docks and Greek heritage.
  9. Dunedin: Renowned for its Scottish heritage and vibrant downtown.
  10. Safety Harbor: Home to the famous Safety Harbor Resort and Spa.
  11. New Port Richey: Located to the north of Clearwater, known for its riverfront landscape.

Principal Streets and Roads:

  1. Interstate 275 (I-275): This major highway runs north-south through Tampa and St. Petersburg, crossing the iconic Sunshine Skyway Bridge.
  2. Interstate 75 (I-75): Runs north-south along the eastern side of the Tampa Bay area, connecting it to other major cities like Miami and Atlanta.
  3. Interstate 4 (I-4): Runs east-west, connecting Tampa to Orlando and Daytona Beach.
  4. U.S. Route 19 (US 19): A major north-south highway that runs through St. Petersburg, Clearwater, and New Port Richey.
  5. State Road 60 (SR 60): An east-west route that runs from Clearwater Beach through Tampa and across the state to Vero Beach.
  6. Dale Mabry Highway: A major north-south road in Tampa, known for its commercial and retail areas.
  7. Gandy Boulevard: Runs east-west, connecting Tampa and St. Petersburg across the Gandy Bridge.
  8. Bayshore Boulevard: Famous for being one of the longest continuous sidewalks in the world, running along the waterfront in Tampa.
  9. Kennedy Boulevard: An important east-west thoroughfare through downtown Tampa.
  10. Gulf to Bay Boulevard: Connects Clearwater Beach to Tampa.
  11. Bruce B. Downs Boulevard: A key road in New Tampa, serving residential and commercial areas.
  12. Ulmerton Road: A major east-west route in Pinellas County, connecting Largo to the St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport.
  13. McMullen Booth Road: A major north-south road running through Pinellas County, connecting Clearwater to Palm Harbor.

Key Bridges:

  1. Sunshine Skyway Bridge: Connects St. Petersburg to Manatee County across Tampa Bay.
  2. Howard Frankland Bridge: Connects Tampa to St. Petersburg, carrying I-275 across the bay.
  3. Gandy Bridge: Connects Tampa to St. Petersburg, providing a route for Gandy Boulevard.
  4. Courtney Campbell Causeway: Connects Tampa to Clearwater, part of SR 60.

Additional Notes:

  • Busch Gardens Tampa Bay: A major theme park located in Tampa.
  • Tampa International Airport (TPA): The primary airport serving the region.
  • St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport (PIE): Another significant airport in the area.

These streets, roads, and cities form the backbone of the Tampa Bay area, providing essential connections and contributing to the region’s vibrant culture and economy.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.
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