April 2021 Transplex Web Series: Pit Stops Along the Way – What Does an EV Future Look Like?

Take part in the conversation with national and state leaders as they discuss some of the most complex transportation questions, including: How has the national vision for our transportation future changed? How can we address economic growth, climate change, equity, and safety in our daily work? What is ahead for transportation funding? With the rapid […]

April 2021 TransPlex Web Series: Have a Safe Trip – Community Projects Setting the Course

Take part in the conversation with national and state leaders as they discuss some of the most complex transportation questions, including: How has the national vision for our transportation future changed? How can we address economic growth, climate change, equity, and safety in our daily work? What is ahead for transportation funding? Safety is FDOT’s […]

Civil Rights Training Symposium 2021

The 2021 Southern Transportation Civil Rights Executive Council (STCREC) biennial Training Symposium will take place May 4-5. This year’s event will be virtual, with a suitable reduction in the registration fee. Just $100 per person for both days ($50 for one day only)! The Symposium offers basic 101 courses for Title VI, ADA, DBE and […]

Designing for Complete Streets Part 1 of 3 – The Case for Complete Streets

This 3-Part webinar series will build upon the Introduction to Designing for Complete Streets webinar by going into further detail about Complete Streets concepts and how to create streets that are safe and functional for all users. Those concepts start with an overview streets and their role as public spaces and various land use contexts […]

Promising Applications of UHPC for Bridge Preservation, an Every Day Counts Initiative

The WSDOT Bridge Office and The Office of Research & Library Services are hosting a Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) presentation on the promising applications of ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) for bridge preservation and repair that are gaining popularity in the United States. UHPC is a key focus area in FHWA’s Every Day Counts (EDC) program. […]

FHWA EMERGENCY RELIEF PROGRAM (ER) TRAINING FOR LOCAL AGENCIES (***AM SESSION***)

The FHWA Emergency Relief Program (ER) Training is recommended for all Local Agencies seeking federal Emergency Relief funds after an emergency/disaster. These events may be attributed to nature or manmade, and your agency becomes eligible as soon as the governor or president declares the event an emergency/disaster. The intent of this training is to provide […]

FHWA EMERGENCY RELIEF PROGRAM (ER) TRAINING FOR LOCAL AGENCIES (***PM SESSION***)

The FHWA Emergency Relief Program (ER) Training is recommended for all Local Agencies seeking federal Emergency Relief funds after an emergency/disaster. These events may be attributed to nature or manmade, and your agency becomes eligible as soon as the governor or president declares the event an emergency/disaster. The intent of this training is to provide […]

Effective Communication with Elected Officials and Stakeholders – A Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion

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 Effective Communication with Elected Officials and Stakeholders. Effective communication is fundamental to any successful relationship. While trust is the most critical characteristic in a successful relationship, nonetheless effective […]

Value Capture Strategies and Infrastructure Bank Programs

Value Capture refers to a toolbox of strategies used by public agencies to share a portion of the economic activities value generated by public infrastructure investment. Value Capture revenues can leverage low interest rate loans from the infrastructure bank and can be used in a wide range of settings (e.g., urban, rural, and suburban) to […]