June 16th & 23rd – In this two-part webinar, you will learn the basics of video production that you can actually do yourself. The instructor will give you an affordable shopping list of video gear, as well as principles of video composition and simple editing tips that don’t require a video production background. In the transportation industry, videos can be an important part of a communication plan, informing the public, agency decision makers, and elected officials about things such as safety improvements, educational campaigns, and upcoming infrastructure improvements.
Recording for Parts 1 & 2 Now Posted! Part 3 takes place on June 15th – This three-part webinar series is designed to provide street or road superintendents, supervisors, maintenance workers, and entry-level construction, utility, permits, and planning employees the knowledge to read highway construction plans. Participants will discover how to read and interpret the different symbol and abbreviation standards, the features and details within plans, how to define and identify scales and dimensions found on plans, and how to read plans utilizing a sample set of highway plans.
June 16th at 12:30PM – The Florida LTAP Center is pleased to partner with the American Public Works Association (APWA) Florida Chapter to bring you this Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion on Municipal Administration, Strategic Management, and Performance Measures. In this session, the intent is to hear from public agencies on how to put your municipal administrative and strategic plans in action, generating a return on investment for the respective communities.
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.
Have a look at the new FHWA website dedicated to Focus on Reducing Rural Roadway Departures. The mission of FoRRRwD is to “Reduce the potential for serious injury and fatal roadway departure crashes on all public rural roads by increasing the systemic deployment of proven countermeasures.”
Florida LTAP Center
Now at the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida, the Local Technical Assistance Program is here to provide state-of-the-art training, technical assistance, and other needed support for transportation professionals.