Value Capture Strategies and Asset Recycling: Advancing Public Infrastructure in a Time of Funding Uncertainty

An effective way to leverage public capital in a resource-constrained environment is to fund new infrastructure via "asset recycling," whereby proceeds from the lease of existing assets are redeployed in the development of new infrastructure. Federal Highway Administration Everyday Count Fifth Round (EDC-5) Value Capture Implementation Team will host a webinar October 18th, 2023, from […]

The Use and Misuse of Crash Modification Factors

A Crash Modification Factor (CMF) is a multiplicative factor that indicates the proportion of crashes that would be expected after implementing a countermeasure. Examples of countermeasures include installing a traffic signal, increasing the width of edgelines, and installing a median barrier. The Florida LTAP Center presents this webinar on the use and misuse of crash […]

Build a Better Mousetrap – 2023 National Winners Webinar

Each year, FHWA recognizes and celebrates local government and tribal agencies who pioneer innovations that improve transportation performance. This webinar will spotlight the four 2023 Build a Better Mousetrap winners. • Innovative Project Award – “The Mobile Unit Sensing Traffic (MUST) Device” – a device specifically designed to monitor traffic, detect dangerous events, and provide […]

Webinar: A Safe System Approach to Road Safety Audits

The report Improving Pedestrian Safety on Urban Arterials: Learning from Australasia (https://international.fhwa.dot.gov/programs/mrp/docs/FHWA-PL-23-006.pdf) documents findings from a Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)-sponsored research team studying Australian and New Zealand approaches to reduce pedestrian fatalities and serious injuries on urban, signalized arterial roadways. This four-part webinar series will share the results of the study, and continues with this […]

Filibusters, Snipers, and Verbal Jiu-Jitsu – How to Manage a Room

Now that in-person public speaking is back, it’s important to know how to manage that room full of live people. You may be worried about a question you can’t answer, someone trying to disprove you, or a person whose question turns into a dissertation. So - what do you do? Join Kevin Elliott for this […]

Webinar: How AI Can Improve Transportation

Artificial intelligence is an evolving and important tool with many potential applications in the field of transportation. This webinar will inform the transportation industry at a basic level about the opportunities that AI offers and draw on insights from a recent policy brief published by the Eno Center. This discussion will describe some of AI’s […]

Transportation Symposium Webinar Series: FDOT Office of Environmental Management

FDOT Office of Environmental Management Presenters: Katasha Cornwell, Thu Clark This session will focus on FDOT Office of Environmental Management. Register This training is not being hosted by the Florida LTAP Center.  For details about this training, please contact the event organizer directly.

Webinar: Rural Physical Activity – An Active Roadmap: Best Practices in Rural Mobility

According to the US Census, about 60 million people, or one in five individuals, live in rural America representing 97% of America’s land mass and contributing to 10% of the country’s gross domestic product. The perception of what a rural area is varies extensively, but for many, what comes to mind is a landscape consisting […]

FHWA/PPRA: Advancing Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) in Emulsions

Hosted by: FHWA and the Pavement Preservation & Recycling Alliance (PPRA) The Asphalt Emulsion Manufacturing Association, or AEMA, is working toward developing Environmental Product Declarations, or EPDs, for asphalt emulsion In total, eight national average EPDs for the following asphalt emulsions will be delivered: Neat Binder Emulsion, Neat Binder Emulsion with Rejuvenator (Diluted and Undiluted), […]

FDOT – ADA in Design, Construction, and Maintenance

COURSE OVERVIEW This course provides a guided walkthrough of the requirements for accessibility for projects on the State highway system in Florida. Course material covers criteria found in the FDM 222 – Pedestrian Facilities, as well as application of accessibility requirements during Temporary Traffic Control (formerly MOT) found in the FDM 240 – Transportation Management […]