Emergency Relief Information

As Local Agencies begin the storm cleanup, please take the opportunity to review the FHWA Emergency Relief (ER) Program information and documentation.

 

Regional Info Sessions

Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) encourages eligible local agencies to apply for the many new discretionary grant opportunities created through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). Information sessions to cover an overview of the USDOT grant opportunities, regional improvements – working together, what do you need to know – grant applications and implementation, and collaborative discussions with FDOT District staff.

Office Hours

October 27th | 10:00am – 12:00pm (ET): Due to the overwhelming popularity of the August webinar and the number of questions received, we have invited Brad Bradley (FDOT), along with Carey Shepherd (FHWA) for a special two-hour office hours session on October 10th. During this session, Brad and Carey will join us to answer some of the follow-up questions received about ADA in Design, Construction, and Maintenance. Attendees will also have the opportunity to submit additional questions during registration.

Upcoming Webinar

October 21st| 10:00 – 11:30am (ET): This session will focus on Tampa’s long-term vision for the future, the ongoing growth and urban transformation in the City, associated mobility challenges and opportunities, the impact and importance of land use as it relates to mobility, and strategic initiatives and key projects currently underway to maintain and improve the quality of life for current and future Tampanians.

Upcoming Webinar

October 25th | 10:00 – 11:30am (ET): This course provides an overview of the Infrastructure Investment Jobs Act, which includes the Build America, Buy America Act (BABA), as well as the implementation guidance issued by the Made in America Office, and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)- Florida Division. Beginning with projects let November 10, 2022, new requirements are effective for all projects receiving Federal Funding, whether let through State or Local Agencies.

Upcoming Webinar

November 2 | 10:00 – 11:30am (ET): This course will focus on the key pavement management fundamentals from the perspective of FHWA and FDOT. We will be focusing on Pavement Management Systems, condition inventory methods, decision trees to aid the selection of pavement treatments, metrics for gauging the effectiveness of pavement treatments, how to communicate results of projects, and analyzing the long-term effectiveness of pavement strategies as investment program alternatives.

Upcoming Webinar

November 9 | 10:00 – 11:30am (ET): This webinar is designed for new and experienced trainers looking for some quick tips to help plan for their next workshop. The goal is to provide you with some pointers to help you prepare, plan, and deliver a high-quality training workshop and ensure that you and your team get the most from your training time.

FDOT Transportation Symposium

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!

Recorded Webinars

The Florida LTAP Center has a variety of recorded webinars available to view. Some recorded webinars are eligible for PDH Certificates. Click to learn more.

Training Calendar

View a list of the available trainings from the Florida LTAP Center and other agencies..

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LTAP Recorded Webinars

Work Zone Safety and Traffic Control

This training aims to improve worker and motorist safety through learning the proper use of traffic control devices during road maintenance and construction operations, help participants find out how to use specific types of traffic control devices, and how to plan,...

FDOT – ADA in Design, Construction, and Maintenance (BT-05-0062)

FDOT No. BT-05-0062. This course provides a guided walkthrough of the requirements for accessibility for projects on the State highway system in Florida. Course material covers criteria found in the FDM 222 – Pedestrian Facilities, as well as application of...

Conducting a School Walk Audit 3-Part Series

School walk audits are powerful tools used to assess the physical environment and identify assets and barriers to walking and bicycling to school. By assessing the environment and observing behaviors around a school for walking and bicycling patterns, a school walk...

Capital Planning and Budgeting – A Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion

Capital budgeting, and investment, in government finance, is the planning process used to determine whether an organization’s long-term investments such as the acquisition of new assets, operations and maintenance, replacement and repairs, new products, new services...

Lane Repurposing

A lane repurposing project, also known as a “Road Diet,” is a way to reassign roadway space to achieve other purposes, such as economic development, safety, and mobility for all users. Operational and design changes associated with Lane Repurposing that promote safety...

Signal Coordination Timing Development and Evaluation 2-Part Series

Earlier in 2022, Professor Tian joined the Florida LTAP Center in Tampa for a Hands-On Signal Coordination Timing training. Due to the overwhelming popularity, he was invited back to do a virtual version of this training. Upon completion of this two-part webinar...

School Siting 2-Part Webinar Series

Traditionally, schools have been considered centers for communities and located within walking and bicycling distance of the students who the schools serve. State and local-level decisions regarding school siting, construction, and design have significant impacts on...

Roadside Safety 2-Part Series

This webinar series is designed to transfer participants the necessary knowledge and skills needed to identify safety issues associated with roadside design, its impact on highway safety, and the selection of appropriate hardware. The webinar discusses the ‘forgiving...

Transportation Asset Management 2-Part Series

The large inventory of aging roadways and bridges, the dramatic fluctuations in construction costs, the retirement of experienced transportation workers, and the increased competition for available funding have amplified the challenges transportation agencies face as...

Employee Recruitment and Retention – A Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion

Local government has a crucial role to play in creating sustainable communities. It has the responsibility to lead the local community, reflecting and responding to the needs and priorities of the local people it serves. It brings together a wide range of services to...

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