8/18, 8/25, & 9/1 | 10:00am – 12:00pm (ET): Upon completion of the webinar, participants will be able to understand the traffic congestion problem and its causes, have the knowledge necessary to develop a coordinated program to manage traffic congestion, recognize funding & institutional measures, and know tools available to manage congestion.
August 15th, 22nd, and 29th: School walk audits are powerful tools used to assess the physical environment and identify assets and barriers to walking and bicycling to school. This three-part series walks participants through planning for and conducting a school walk audit.
September 7th | 2:00 – 3:30pm (ET): Communication for government agencies is crucial to maintain the public’s trust and awareness of your great work with leadership and lawmakers. In this webinar, strategic communication specialist Kevin Elliott will teach you the basics of how to make a disciplined communication plan for your agency that will map out what to do, when, and what results you should get.
September 8, 15, & 22 | 10:00am – 12:00pm (ET): This training brings to light the hazards that field workers face every day in construction zones. The training will cover general terms and procedures, traffic control devices, flagging, traffic control zones, set up of traffic control zones, how to read and interpret work zone plans, and liability issues.
FDOT is extremely excited to announce the initial agenda release for the 2022 Transportation Symposium Webinar Series! The early sessions on this year’s docket will showcase many topics with an emphasis on FDOT’s Vital Few Safety. This year’s agenda will again host a variety of transportation related topics. FDOT will be updating the schedule with new sessions often, so check back frequently!
The Fifth Annual Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit is an educational event that brings together national speakers, public officials, technical staff, sister counties and community partners to elevate our efforts on how to design and implement safe and equitable transportation facilities for all modes of transportation. The GCSSS is a great opportunity to learn more about safety efforts in the region, lessons learned from elsewhere and explore how we can continue to work together to make our community safer for everyone.
FHWA has launched a one-stop-shop Local Road Safety Plan (LRSP) website, with a goal to make it as personable and intuitive as possible to emulate in-person training in a virtual environment.The LRSP website uses a delivery method to simulate a personal, hands-on workshop experience to guide agencies through the LRSP development process including identifying stakeholders, using safety data, choosing proven solutions, and implementing solutions.