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Howard Frankland Bridge

Bridge
Village of Tampa, Tampa
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  • Tiffany T.
    "I hope you have gas, because traffic can be atrocious!!"(12 Tips)
    Stephen
    "Driving in the right lane going southbound always is faster."(10 Tips)
    SeeYouThere
    "course look for dolphins around dusk."(3 Tips)
    Katrina Madewell T.
    "Fall in love with Tampa bay with views like this!"(9 Tips)
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  • Adam B.
    Great views of the bay
  • Ross
    RossMay 8
    If you are driving towards Tampa and if you are lucky enough, you will catch a plane landing at TPA and flying low over the bridge.
  • Ross
    RossMay 8
    Free parking here, everyday from 5 to 6 pm.
  • Tim C.
    Tim ClarkeMay 17, 2015
    Enjoy the view because you might be here a while!
  • Christopher N.
    Christopher NasonApril 16, 2015
    Make sure your gassed up! Backs up going into Tampa
  • Brandon R.
    Brandon RectorMarch 30, 2014
    You shouldn't be checking in on Foursquare while driving on a bridge.
  • Scott M.
    Scott MacPhersonFebruary 23, 2014
    Stay on the Bridge, there is water on both sides😳
  • Kim C.
    Kim CasonFebruary 9, 2014
    I have had many great races there.
  • SRQ LUXURY SEDAN T.
    Kare😜drive slowly and safety 💐🌷💐🌹
  • Jacki S.
    Jacki ScottDecember 28, 2013
    If you're heading easy for the airport, stay to the 2ND lane from the right!
  • Chad J.
    Chad JenningsDecember 5, 2013
    Long bridge. Check your gas.
  • Heather M.
    Heather MartinoNovember 7, 2013
    Spelled wrong
  • TeyTey
    TeyTeyOctober 16, 2013
    FrankLAND.
  • Desmond C.
    Desmond ClarkAugust 30, 2013
    Enjoy the view!!!
  • Kirk T.
    Kirk ToepkeAugust 28, 2013
    Nice to be home
  • Tom S.
    Tom Simek JrAugust 25, 2013
    Beautiful view of Tampa Bay
  • Susan J. S.
    A very long bridge, almost like the. 7 mile bridge to the keys
  • Keith H.
    Keith HarrisAugust 1, 2013
    HD panoramic
  • Nick
    NickJune 29, 2013
    People are speed demons on this stretch !
  • Jimmy H.
    Jimmy HarndenJune 20, 2013
    On the way to TPA!
  • Jennifer S.
    Jennifer SeeJune 10, 2013
    Keep something heavy in your car incase you drive off the bridge you can break your window and make it out alive! :D
  • TJ G.
    TJ GoodmanJune 3, 2013
    To Jamie V: I have both hands not on the wheel while checking in on 4SQ, while also holding a beer & a bong. Thank god for long legs. Also, I have plenty of bottled H2O in the car
  • Kaytie B.
    Kaytie BroadhurstMay 28, 2013
    Was a fun sight with great views
  • Steve
    SteveMay 9, 2013
    Nice sunset
  • Heidi
    HeidiMay 1, 2013
    Don't drive (in evening rush hour) over the bridge going north.
  • Cathy T.
    Cathy TorreyMay 1, 2013
    Clear sailing today...
  • Jacki S.
    Jacki ScottApril 26, 2013
    there always seems to be a traffic jam heading east
  • Bonnie P.
    Bonnie ParmertorApril 4, 2013
    If you're headed north and going to Tampa International Airport, stay in the 2nd lane in from right side of bridge. This lane will go to the airport whereas the others will split off.
  • Autumn Nicole H.
    Autumn Nicole HancockMarch 12, 2013
    It's called Howard Frankland Bridge, not Howard Franklin
  • Kelly N.
    Kelly NealMarch 6, 2013
    Traffic during tourist season is bad and always backed up, but I'm thankful there were no accidents. And it gave me time to check in!
  • Austin W.
    Austin WestermannMarch 3, 2013
    Worst drivers in Florida...
  • Chris H.
    Chris HollingsworthMarch 1, 2013
    No traffic yet after 4 nightmare
  • Ashley M.
    Ashley McfarlandFebruary 27, 2013
    Lolol frankland
  • Joe O.
    Joe OswaldFebruary 27, 2013
    Funny, I always thought it was the "Howard Franklin"
  • Erael B.
    Erael BonillaFebruary 25, 2013
    Try to get on it before 5pm
  • Nancy M.
    Nancy MartinFebruary 14, 2013
    Prepare for a long commute across by bringing some great audio books.
  • Jared L.
    Jared LFebruary 12, 2013
    Great place to kick back and relax
  • William M.
    William MFebruary 12, 2013
    Follow @tampabaytraffic to avoid this mess!
  • Summer A.
    Summer AlexanderDecember 30, 2012
    The left lane is the fast lane!!!
  • Avril T.
    Avril TatumDecember 28, 2012
    Excellent at sunset.
  • Victoria
    VictoriaDecember 25, 2012
    Avoid from 430-6 for traffic
  • John William B.
    John William BargerNovember 30, 2012
    It's spelled Frankland, not Franklin!
  • Scott P.
    Scott PattersonNovember 30, 2012
    If you're a birder, this bridge is fun (but dangerous - trying to keep eyes on the road)! LOTS of cool birds...
  • Joshua R.
    Joshua RodgersNovember 27, 2012
    It's Frankland. 'LAND!! If you think it's 'lin, you're an idiot and should go ahead and check in to the incorrectly spelled location. Kthxbi.
  • Stephanie M.
    Stephanie MarieNovember 25, 2012
    that is alot of water!
  • Shaqwana R.
    Shaqwana ReedOctober 3, 2012
    Enjoy the beautiful oceanfront
  • Andy S.
    Andy SSeptember 29, 2012
    The premier bridge for travel between St Pete and Tampa. Constructed in 1920 when the "land" bridge that originally connected the 2 cities was deemed unsafe as it was made of twinkles.
  • SeeYouThere
    SeeYouThereSeptember 22, 2012
    Not a tall bridge, watch where you're going, but of course look for dolphins around dusk. :) beautiful view.
  • Tamara S.
    Tamara SantiagoSeptember 13, 2012
    Is a fast pace drive. Be careful with the trucks.
  • Marie H.
    Marie HickeyAugust 26, 2012
    Cops all over the bridge coming from Pinellas to Tampa.
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