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Getting Around

From downtown Williams Park, catch a ride on a PSTA bus to get around throughout Pinellas County, the beaches and the Tampa Bay area.

Downtown St. Petersburg is easily accessible from Interstate 275 by two direct feeders, I-175 (south feeder) and I-375 (north feeder).

St. Petersburg / Clearwater International Airport can be reached in 15 minutes, and Tampa International Airport in 30 minutes.

Ports & Airports

The Tampa Bay Area features many airports and ports, making St. Petersburg an ideal and convenient place to live and do business.

Albert Whitted Airport
Owned and operated by the City of St. Petersburg, it provides convenient access by air to the city's downtown waterfront, business district and urban communities. The airport is located only blocks away from hotels, restaurants, museums, shopping and more.

Port of St. Petersburg
The Port of St. Petersburg is located in one of the most beautiful downtown waterfronts in Florida. Surrounded by palm trees, Mediterranean style architecture, and sunny beaches, the City of St. Petersburg is an ideal location for any port-of-call activity. A port master plan proposes small cruise vessels, mega-yacht berthing, shops and restaurants.

Tampa International Airport
Offering over 20 carriers providing national and international service.

St. Petersburg–Clearwater International Airport
Provides direct service to convenient destinations throughout the United States and Canada. The Airport also offers chartered services to exciting domestic and international destinations.

Tampa Port Authority
With 5,000 acres, is the largest port area in Florida. Tampa is also the home port for ships from three cruise lines offering 4-14 day cruise itineraries.

Downtown Parking

The Partnership maintains a directory of commercially available employee parking, including monthly rates, availability and operator contacts. To view the downloadable version of the Downtown Parking information, please click here. If you do not have the Adobe Acrobat viewer, you can download it free at the Adobe web site.

Parking Map
Downtown St. Petersburg serves a wide variety of interests including business, entertainment, services, education, hospitality, the arts and, of course, our residents—all sharing a spectacular waterfront setting. For an overview of the downtown layout and parking options, view our parking map. (Try the zoom feature for more detailed viewing.)

Commuter Choices

The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority
PSTA is the public transit provider for Pinellas County, running nearly 37 bus and trolley routes, with a fleet of 191 vehicles. Demand Response service is provided for the mobility-impaired. For information on all PSTA services, call the PSTA InfoLine at 727-540-1900 or visit their website at

Commuter and Traveler Information
The Florida Department of Transportation has information about construction projects, traffic information, bicycle and pedestrian safety issues and more.

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