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*CANCELED* Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Best Practices Symposium
April 23 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Florida LTAP Center would like to share an important update. As many of you are aware, Governor Ron DeSantis has declared a state of emergency in response to the rapidly evolving threat of COVID-19 in Florida. In light of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) conditions, many meetings and conferences have been postponed or canceled to mitigate concerns. Due to recent developments, Florida LTAP Center will be rescheduling the Symposium to a later date and time.
Your health, wellness, and access to continuing education are always our priority. We are closely monitoring all developments and will continue to communicate these important updates as we receive them.
Don’t miss the 2020 Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Best Practices Symposium to be held at the University of South Florida – Tampa Campus, hosted by the Florida LTAP Center and the Florida Department of Transportation.
Learn the most effective and appropriate countermeasures and best practices for reducing pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities, injuries and crashes. Collaborate and exchange knowledge and experience with your peers and statewide professionals to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety. Space for this symposium is limited, and local and state agencies are being given first seating priority!
Top 10 reasons to attend the 2020 Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Best Practices Symposium:
1. Learn pedestrian and bicycle safety best practices to apply them to your work.
2. Learn something new, interesting, and practical on pedestrian and bicycle safety.
3. Meet and talk to speakers of different pedestrian and bicycle safety subjects.
4. Learn from leaders and champions of pedestrian and bicycle safety practices.
5. Network with professionals and discuss best practices.
6. Exchange knowledge and experience with your peers.
7. Get inspired and have fun. The symposium is free.
8. Meet old and new friends. Expand your professional relationships.
9. Obtain Professional Development Hours (PDHs).
10. Visit University of South Florida and Center for Urban Transportation Research.
University of South Florida
Marshall Student Center Ballroom