TAMPA — A surprisingly large crowd braved frigid-for-Florida weather Tuesday evening to listen to seven Tampa mayoral candidates agree to pretty much everything related to making the city’s streets safer for bicyclists and pedestrians.

For 75 blustery minutes outside Sparkman Wharf, the candidates answered questions that were basically variations on a theme: Tampa’s streets aren’t safe for those not in cars. What will the next mayor do about it?

They all strove to present their bonafides on the issue to a crowd filled with transportation advocates and sponsored by Walk Bike Tampa.

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