December 9 & 16 | 9:00am – 12:00pm (ET): This course is designed to help state and local officials learn how to address pedestrian safety issues by developing a pedestrian safety action plan. Attendees will learn how to involve partners and stakeholders; collect/analyze data; prioritize issues/concerns; and select and implement a combination of education, enforcement, emergency response, and engineering strategies. Attendees will walk away with a step-by-step guide for creating a pedestrian safety action plan.
December 2, 6, 8, & 15 | 9:00am – 12:00pm (ET): This four-part training course provides participants with advanced knowledge and competencies in work zone design and management practices. This training will cover the fundamental principles, elements, and devices associated with Temporary Traffic Control (TTC), with a heavy emphasis on the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) TTC Standards and Guidelines. There will be interactive activities during this course, and participants will walk away with a more thorough understanding of TTC in Florida.
FHWA has announced the seven innovations that will be included in Every Day Counts – Round 7 (EDC-7), including Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) for Sustainable Project Delivery. Over the next two years, the Sustainable Pavements Program will host educational opportunities and develop publications to help agencies quantify embodied carbon reductions and support procurement decisions using life cycle assessments for transportation infrastructure projects.
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!