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Healthcare is the largest among all industries in the Tampa-St. Petersburg Clearwater economy. It contributed more than $9 million to the metro economy. Transportation and utilities is another key sector in the metro economy. Other significant sectors in the metro economy include leisure and hospitality, manufacturing, mining, finance and insurance and professional and technical services. Major corporations like Coca-Cola Enterprises, JPMorgan Treasury Technologies Corporation, Citigroup, Lockheed Martin, and PricewaterhouseCoopers, MetLife have their corporate shared service operations in the Tampa Bay area.
Tourism is also important for the economy of Tampa Metro Area. The David A. Straz, Jr Center for the Performing Arts, Sunshine Skyway Bridge, Tampa Bay History Center, Busch Gardens, and Adventure Island offer the visitor an array of attractions to see while exploring the city. Direct impact from visitors on wages and employment in 2010 was over $1.3 billion dollars in wages and 47,384 jobs.
The University of South Florida is the second largest university in Florida and one of the top 15 largest universities in the U.S. with approximately 40,000 students. Tampa has various professional sports teams, including the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) and the Tampa Bay Rays (MLB). It is also home to the Outback Bowl (NCAA). Spring Training is held in Tampa for Major League Baseball teams, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Toronto Blue Jays, and Tampa Bay Devil Rays.
Travel around the metropolitan area is eased by the presence of five bridges crossing the bay along with interstates I-4, I-275, I-75, and I-175. Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (commonly referred to as HART) provides inter-city bus service. HART manages 207 buses on 26 routes, nine rubber-tired trolleys, and eight historic electric streetcars that connect downtown Tampa with countywide pick up and drop off locations.