May 13th and 20th – Recording for Part 1 is now posted! This training provides a detailed overview of the core concepts of Complete Streets and is ideal for those working in engineering, planning, architecture, land development, health, recreation, law enforcement, or elected officials. The webinar introduces various topics, design approaches, and applicable reference guides to put the concepts into practice.
May 26th – This webinar will focus on FHWA’s Every Day Counts Six (EDC-6): Targeted Overlay Pavement Solutions (TOPS). Approximately half of all infrastructure dollars are invested in pavements, and more than half of that investment is in overlays. By enhancing overlay performance, State and local highway agencies can maximize this investment and help ensure safer, longer-lasting roadways for the traveling public.
May 27th and June 3rd – This two-part webinar series will examine the rapidly evolving field of Speed Management Safety and equip the participant with the latest resources and information. Participants will learn where to find the latest research and information about speed calming and speed management techniques. They will be exposed to speed-related crash data as well as speed management practices that have been successfully employed.
Have you or one of your coworkers recently built an innovative gadget or developed an improved way to do a job?
If so, now is the time to show off a project your municipality is proud of in the annual Build a Better Mousetrap Competition. The winning entry will be submitted into the National Mousetrap competition to compete for prizes and, of course, bragging rights.
In an effort to continue to keep staff and our industry partners up-to-date with DOT policies, procedures and best practices, FDOT will be developing and implementing the Transportation Symposium Webinar Series, which will be providing weekly Symposium sessions through March 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.