December 8 | 12-1pm: This session will share how different local agencies are managing their assets while evaluating budget options based on smart technologies and tools. The intent is to share leadership and management strategies that any agency can use to effectively navigate through the challenging times while improving the deteriorating network condition of aging infrastructure.
December 16 | 10-11am: The grant application cycle is scheduled for December 6th – March 4th for SCOP-M, SCOP, and SCRAP and this short refresher webinar will be focused solely on application submission for locals.
FDOT uses its Florida Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) to improve the skills and increase the knowledge of local and transportation workforces on roadway safety via training and technical assistance. The Florida LTAP Center is proud to be the recipient of an Honorable Mention at the 2021 Roadway Safety Awards.
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The Florida LTAP Center annual needs assessment survey intends to collect information on training and technical assistance needs and preferences from transportation agencies statewide. It should only take about 10-15 minutes of your time to complete this survey. Your input is critical to ensure that the training and technical assistance we provide meets the needs of local agencies. This survey is open to transportation professionals working at an agency in Florida.
Once again this year, in an effort to continue to keep staff and industry partners up-to-date with DOT policies, procedures and best practices, FDOT will be conducting the FDOT Transportation Symposium in a Webinar Series format. As with last year, they will be providing weekly Symposium sessions starting June 1, 2021.
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.
The Florida LTAP Center anticipates resuming some in-person trainings later this year. Currently we continue to offer all of our training via remote instruction. For the latest updates, please visit our COVID-19 Updates page.