The Every Day Counts Innovation “Digital As-Builts” to Improve Safety, Time, and Quality in Transportation Construction

The USDOT Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) presents The Every Day Counts Innovation "Digital As-Builts" to Improve Safety, Time, and Quality in Transportation Construction The FHWA has added new dates for transportation professionals to share with their peers how they have advanced the use of Digital As-Built plans within their highway agencies. The forum occurs the […]

Project Bundling Virtual Peer Exchange MAY 24 and 25, 2022

The Federal Highway Administration Office of Infrastructure will host four, 2-hour sessions over two days. The purpose of this virtual peer exchange is to encourage tribes and local public agencies to take advantage of efficiencies created by project bundling. To explore project bundling resources, please visit: https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/ipd/alternative_project_delivery/defined/bundled_facilities/ Register This training is not being hosted by […]

The National Road Network

The FHWA maintains the Highway Performance Monitoring System (HPMS) to collect state level roadway information. HPMS spatial networks (referred to as ARNOLD) are a critical source for several national applications. Although the networks created from HPMS are extensive, state to state connectivity, complete intersection models, and consistent roadway representation between states would increase their application. […]

Statewide Access Management and Transportation Site Impact Webinar Series 2021-2022

The FDOT Systems Implementation Office has created a new quarterly Statewide Access Management and Transportation Site Impact Webinar Series 2020-2021. This series of webinars will introduce individuals to topics related to Access Management, Trip Generation Analysis, Site Layout and Transportation Site Impacts. Register This training is not being hosted by the Florida LTAP Center.  For […]

NCHRP Report 948: 20 Design Flags to Evaluate Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety at Alternative and Other Intersections

This webinar will provide an overview of NCHRP Report 948 and a methodology for evaluating and quantifying pedestrian and bicyclist safety at alternative intersections, as well as conventional intersections the new designs may be compared against. The “20 Design Flags” method provides a performance-based approach to evaluating design elements of existing or proposed intersection designs. […]

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Safe Routes to School for Rural Communities 2-Part Webinar Series

Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs can succeed in rural areas. But ensuring that schoolchildren can get the benefits of walking and bicycling to school in rural communities requires wrestling with challenges and barriers that may be different than in other areas. In this webinar, we will go over the needs and benefits of SRTS […]

Polk County Pavement Preservation Case Study

The Florida LTAP Center in partnership with the Florida Pavement Preservation Council presents Local Agency Case Studies – Polk County Update. This course will cover the development and implementation of a comprehensive pavement management program using Polk County, Florida as an example case study. Topics will include: general approaches to pavement management; an introduction to […]

Symposium Webinar Series – ADA for Design, Construction, and Maintenance

The training provides an abbreviated walkthrough of the design, construction, and maintenance requirements for accessibility in FDM 222 – Pedestrian Facilities. Participants should walk away from this session with a better overall understanding of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) considerations in FDOT projects; the specific criteria used to integrate safety and accessibility for all users, […]

FHWA Emergency Relief Program (ER) Training for Local Agencies

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

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 […]