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Modern Remote Workforce – Town of Jupiter Case Study
The ability of a modern municipality in the state of Florida to offer remote work options to the workforce is a highly desirable and complex endeavor that reaches far beyond the policies, procedures, and accountability of working from home, ...
Using Pedestrian and Bicycle Level of Traffic Stress in Practice
Level of Traffic Stress (LTS) is a practical and useful tool to assess the perceived comfort and safety of people walking or bicycling along a given roadway. Supporting efforts to develop safe and connected networks of transportation ...
2023 Proposed Florida Greenbook Updates 2-Part Webinar Series
Are you interested in learning more about the proposed 2023 Florida Greenbook? The Manual of Uniform Minimum Standards for Design, Construction and Maintenance (Florida Greenbook) provides criteria for public streets, roads, highways, ...
Speed Calming and Speed Management 2-Part Series
Speeding–traveling too fast for conditions or exceeding the posted speed limits–is a factor in 26 percent of all traffic fatalities. In 2018, there were 36,560 fatalities on our Nation’s roadways, of which 9,378 were speeding-related. ...
Strategy for Data Management
When it comes to handling data, adopting a strategic and proactive approach is far more effective than a haphazard and reactive one. Data management encompasses a comprehensive set of processes aimed at the proactive collection, organization, ...
FDOT – ADA in Design, Construction, and Maintenance (BT-05-0062)
FDOT No. BT-05-0062. 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 ...
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 ...
The Use and Misuse of Crash Modification Factors
In this webinar, our instructor will teach you to look at what Crash Modification Factors are, where to find them, and how to properly use them.  He will also show you some CMFs based on Florida’s data. We will look at common mistakes that ...
Strategic Leadership and Planning – A Palm Beach Case Study
Every organization encounters various types of silos, but there is a significant untapped potential when we collaborate effectively. Some struggle to distinguish between the concepts of Operational Excellence and Accountability. While ...
Intersection Safety 3-Part Series
Intersections are locations of planned conflict. Wherever there are conflicts, there exists the potential for crashes. This three-part webinar series will examine different types of intersections and their unique operating characteristics. ...
Resilient Infrastructure and Transportation Initiatives
Adapting public transportation systems to cope with rising seas, flood waters, and other climate impacts cannot be achieved through a single, universal solution. Transportation agencies are engaged in deliberations on how to strike a balance ...
Tips to Improve Your Public Speaking Instantly
According to Forbes.com, Warren Buffet has just one diploma hanging in his office. It’s for a public speaking class. Public speaking is one of the most valuable skills you can have. However, most people are either not good at it or too ...
Strategic Leadership and Planning – County Manager Perspective
Managers within a local government or organization make numerous decisions daily, ranging from small to significant matters. While some leaders focus on day-to-day operational issues, strategic leaders take a broader perspective, ...
Applying a Safe System Solutions Hierarchy
Implementing a Safe System approach involves providing multiple layers of protection to reduce the probability of fatal and serious injury crashes. The approach is guided by six overarching principles (Death and Serious Injuries are ...
Digital Transformation, Infrastructure Assets, and Strategy Management – A Virtual Roundtable
Digital Transformation is the fundamental rewiring of an organization, with the goal of creating value by continuously deploying technology at scales to improve citizens’ experience and lower costs. In practice, most public agencies and ...
Traffic Signal Timing 101 – The Basics of Local Intersection Control (3-Part Series)
This webinar series is divided into three two-hour webinars designed to provide participants with an understanding of the operation of local intersection signal controllers and the various timing parameters needed for the safe and ...
Mental Health and Psychological Safety in the Workplace – A Virtual Roundtable
Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace is a standard and a management practice that specifies requirements for a systematic approach to develop and sustain a psychologically healthy and safe workplace. Mental Health is a ...
Arterial Signal Coordination Performance Evaluation Using Automated Vehicle Trajectories
Arterial signal coordination is the process of adjusting the timing of traffic signals along an arterial road so that vehicles can travel through the corridor with minimal stops. This can improve traffic flow, reduce delays, and improve ...
Road Safety Champion Program 7-Part Series
The Road Safety Champion Program (RSCP) is a nationally recognized certificate program designed to build a knowledgeable, safety minded workforce, responsible for operating, maintaining, and designing local roads. Road Safety Champions ...
Temporary Traffic Control – Pedestrian and Bicyclist Considerations for Local Agencies
In 2017-2021, a total of 702 pedestrians were killed in work zone crashes in the US, according to NHTSA. Non-motorized users such as pedestrians and bicyclists face unique challenges in navigating work zones. As public agencies and contractors, ...
The Pavement Avengers – A Pavement Preservation Origin Story (by Chat GPT)
Viewers will be glued to their seats as the Florida Pavement Preservation Council introduces a cast of pavement characters, both good and evil. See the original Pavement Axis of Evil create mayhem as they seek to destroy every road in the known ...
Effective Motivation of Transportation Employees 3-Part Series
This webinar series is divided into three two-hour webinars designed to provide supervisors and managers with the tools necessary to motivate employees. In this series we will cover what makes agencies successful, how to define worker needs and ...
Equity and Sustainability in Local Government – A Virtual Roundtable
Local agencies have a significant investment in their infrastructure networks and systems. Given the importance of these systems to the mobility and safety of local citizens and the quality of life in general, protection of the investments ...
An Overview of FHWA’s Proven Safety Countermeasures
This course will provide participants with an overview of the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Proven Safety Countermeasures. Attendees will also hear from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) about how these countermeasures ...
Hurricanes, FEMA, and Pavement Preservation – The Panama City Case Study
On October 10, 2018, Panama City and adjacent communities were severely impacted as Hurricane Michael, a Category 5 storm,made landfall. Michael was the fourth most intense Category 5 Hurricane to hit the continental United States. A ...
Road Safety 365 2-Part Series
The Road Safety 365 Workshop provides local and rural agencies with practical and effective ways to mainstream safety solutions into their day-to-day activities and project development process. Rural roads account for approximately 40 percent ...
Strategic Leadership – Strategy Management and Decision-Making Roundtable
Strategic management is the management of an organization’s resources to achieve its goals and objectives. It involves setting objectives, analyzing the competitive environment, analyzing the internal organization, evaluating strategies, and ...
Pavement Preservation History 101 & Asphalt Emulsions Milestones
This webinar will focus on the history of roads and the pavement preservation industry. With a better understanding of the origins of our roadway network and where we’ve come from, attendees will be better able to move forward. The first half ...
The ACES Trajectory – Florida and Beyond
In this webinar on The ACES Trajectory – Florida and Beyond, attendees will gain important insights about advanced mobility solutions in the State of Florida. You’ll learn about ACES’ connection to Florida’s 2030 Blueprint, key technology ...
Strategic Leadership – Strategy, Culture, Change, and Values Roundtable
Strategic leadership is the ability to influence others to voluntarily make decisions that enhance the prospects for the organization’s long-term success while maintaining short-term financial stability. Different leadership approaches ...
Modeling a Biofuel Supply Chain Between Urban Centers
This webinar will provide an overview of a recent study completed at the USF Supply Chain Innovation Lab regarding supply chain optimization and mode selection regarding a new alternative fuel supply chain. The study was funded by USDA and FAA, ...
Career Coaching and Executive Leadership – A Follow-Up Session
Based on the prior roundtable discussion on Career Coaching and Executive Leadership, come and join our panelists again as they discuss topics like “Leading with Emotional Intelligence”. Organizations and agencies traditionally miss a ...
Basic Math for Roadway Workers 3-Part Series
With math basics followed by lessons in calculating length, area, volume, and quantities, this interactive course presents how to estimate highway maintenance work in real world situations using the math you already know! Utilizing a ...
Addressing Liability in Safe Routes to School
Safe Routes to School and liability is sometimes a confusing topic. Some schools have been reluctant to support Safe Routes to School (SRTS) programs due to concerns about legal action if an injury or problem arises. But such fears are ...
AMA (Ask Me Anything) Panel on In-Place Recycling
The first in a new AMA Series, we will be joined by two titans from the In-Place Recycling industry with nearly 100 years of experience between them! John and Michael were instrumental in leading the Asphalt Recycling and Reclaiming Association ...
How NOCoE Resources and Services Can Help You Improve Safety and Mobility
The National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) shares knowledge and resources to assist transportation professional in applying transportation systems management & operations (TSMO) strategies. This webinar will present key TSMO ...
Career Coaching and Executive Leadership – A Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion
Organizations have long invested in top-down leadership training for the highest-ranking members of the team. By doing it this way, agencies traditionally miss a critical opportunity to cultivate leadership at all levels within an ...
The Art of the Deal – Pavement Preservation
This course lays out for attendees the key components for successfully starting a Pavement Preservation Program in 2023. We will hear from two members of the FPPC Advisory Board who have both launched programs recently. They will highlight the ...
Developing a Pedestrian Safety Action Plan 2-Part Series
A Pedestrian Safety Action Plan (PSAP) is a plan developed by community stakeholders intended to improve pedestrian safety in the community. The action plan takes identified countermeasures and puts them into a practical format that allows ...
Guidance to Improve Multimodal Safety at Intersections
This webinar will provide an overview of strategies used to address safety for multimodal users. The webinar will feature applied examples from Portland, Oregon, guidance described in NCHRP Report 926, and key issues and new design concepts ...
Advanced Work Zone Management and Design 4-Part Series
This four-part training course provides participants with advanced knowledge and competencies in work zone design and management practices. This training will cover the fundamental principles, elements, and devices associated with Temporary ...
Pedestrian Road Safety Audits 2-Part Series
Road Safety Audits (RSAs) can be used in any phase of project development – from planning and preliminary engineering to design and construction. They aim to discover what elements of the road may present a safety concern and what opportunities ...
Tips for Trainers
Training is tough. Virtual vs. in-person, multiple learning styles, which interactive tools to use – there are so many things to consider. Whether you have been training for a while or you’ve recently taken on the role of a trainer, you want ...
Pavement Management Perspectives from FHWA and FDOT
This course will focus on the key pavement management fundamentals from the perspective of Federal Highway Administration and Florida Department of Transportation. We will be focusing on Pavement Management Systems, condition inventory methods, ...
FDOT – Build America, Buy America (BABA): Implementation Guidance for Projects with Federal Funding
This course provides an overview of the Infrastructure Investment Jobs Act, which includes the Build America, Buy America Act (BABA), as well as the implementation guidance issued by the Made in America Office, and the Federal Highway ...
Better Land Use = Better Mobility
Transportation and land use are critical and distinct elements of a great city, and the inputs, outcomes and goals are also inextricably linked. A strategic vision and strong partnership from planning to implementation to performance ...
School Travel Plan (SRTS Master Plan) Development 3-Part Series
A Safe Routes to School plan, also known as a School Travel Plan (STP), focuses on assessing the existing environment for students walking and bicycling and identifying infrastructure improvements and non-infrastructure improvements to ...
Basics of Strategic Communication Planning
Communication for government agencies is crucial to maintain the public’s trust and awareness of your great work with leadership and lawmakers. But do you have a plan for your communication? Is it focused, consistent, and seeing results? If ...
National Center for Pavement Preservation Update and the Asphalt Roads of Tomorrow
In the first half of this webinar, join Rex Eberly of the National Center for Pavement Preservation for an update on Center activities, as well as a review of the new AASHTO Pavement Preservation Spec Guides. Topics covered will ...
Strategies to Alleviate Traffic Congestion 3-Part Series
This webinar series is designed to provide participants with tools to alleviate traffic congestion by either adding capacity or reducing demand. Upon completion of the webinar, participants will be able to Understand the traffic congestion ...
Conducting a School Walk Audit 3-Part Series
School walk audits are powerful tools used to assess the physical environment and identify assets and barriers to walking and bicycling to school. By assessing the environment and observing behaviors around a school for walking and ...
Capital Planning and Budgeting – A Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion
Capital budgeting, and investment, in government finance, is the planning process used to determine whether an organization’s long-term investments such as the acquisition of new assets, operations and maintenance, replacement and repairs, ...
Lane Repurposing
A lane repurposing project, also known as a “Road Diet,” is a way to reassign roadway space to achieve other purposes, such as economic development, safety, and mobility for all users. Operational and design changes associated with Lane ...
Signal Coordination Timing Development and Evaluation 2-Part Series
Earlier in 2022, Professor Tian joined the Florida LTAP Center in Tampa for a Hands-On Signal Coordination Timing training. Due to the overwhelming popularity, he was invited back to do a virtual version of this training. Upon completion of ...
School Siting 2-Part Webinar Series
Traditionally, schools have been considered centers for communities and located within walking and bicycling distance of the students who the schools serve. State and local-level decisions regarding school siting, construction, and design ...
Roadside Safety 2-Part Series
This webinar series is designed to transfer participants the necessary knowledge and skills needed to identify safety issues associated with roadside design, its impact on highway safety, and the selection of appropriate hardware. The webinar ...
Transportation Asset Management 2-Part Series
The large inventory of aging roadways and bridges, the dramatic fluctuations in construction costs, the retirement of experienced transportation workers, and the increased competition for available funding have amplified the challenges ...
Employee Recruitment and Retention – A Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion
Local government has a crucial role to play in creating sustainable communities. It has the responsibility to lead the local community, reflecting and responding to the needs and priorities of the local people it serves. It brings together a ...
Combating Roadway Departures 2-Part Series
Thirty people will die today as a result of a roadway departure on a rural road. This course provides participants with some tools for addressing roadway departure crashes. Topics covered in this course include a discussion of engineering ...
Safe Practices for Placing and Removing Temporary Traffic Control Devices
The webinar discusses recommended practices in the installation and removal of temporary traffic control devices on multilane highways. It presents dos and don’ts for the safe installation and removal of devices thus enhancing the safety of ...
FHWA Emergency Relief Program (ER) Training
***Updated with the training held on 6/2/2022*** This 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 ...
Polk County Pavement Preservation Case Study
Local Agency Case Studies – Polk County Update will cover the development and implementation of a comprehensive pavement management program using Polk County, Florida, as the case study. Topics will include – general approaches to pavement ...
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 ...
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 ...
Road Safety Audits 3-Part Series
This LTAP training series will cover the FHWA Road Safety Audit Guidelines and point you to resources you can access to learn more about RSAs and the benefits of RSAs. Important things you will learn include the formal RSA process, the need ...
Performance-Based Intersection Design and Operations 2-Part Series
Intersections are only a small proportion of the roadway network on a mileage basis, yet each year on average in the United States, about one-quarter of traffic fatalities and roughly half of all traffic injuries are intersection related. ...
Low-Cost Safety Improvements 2-Part Series
This course introduces the safe system approach, complete streets, data driven safety analysis as they are integrated into a comprehensive presentation of low-cost, ready-to-use improvements that enhance the safety of roads and highways. It ...
LAP Virtual Workshop 2022
FDOT No. BT-05-0151. The Local Agency Program or “LAP” Workshop is a triennial class that offers an overview of Federal-aid Highway and Local Agency Programs changes or areas of special emphasis identified through audits or increase in ...
Path to APWA Accreditation – A Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion
The American Public Works Association (APWA) has developed a program to enhance the effectiveness of agencies and their competencies in the public works field. This multifaceted program is designed to provide guidance and technical resources ...
How to Create a Walking/Rolling School Bus
A walking school bus (WSB) is a group of children walking to/from school under adult supervision. A WSB program promotes physical activity, teaches pedestrian safety skills, and helps reduce concerns about children traveling to/from school ...
Complete Streets Introduction and Federal/State Perspective
This recorded webinar will introduce the concepts of Complete Streets and how to create streets that are safe and functional for all users. Those concepts start from an overview of the role of streets as public spaces and the various land use ...
Communication Roadblocks
Effective communication is more important than ever. However, there are several common roadblocks to communication that slow us down, frustrate us, and keep us from getting our messages across. This can hurt your agency’s operations, morale, ...
Data Analysis and Safe Routes to School
Data analysis is the process of systematically applying statistical and/or logical techniques to describe and illustrate, recap, and evaluate data. With so much data readily accessible these days, data analysis is key to condensing the ...
Fleet Management, Planning, and Best Practices – A Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion
When it comes to effective fleet management and planning, strategic thinking can make a real difference. It helps align the benefits and expenses with current operational and maintenance objectives. Fleet managers and public works agencies ...
Safe Routes to School 101
For communities that are just getting started or are interested in supporting safe walking and bicycling for youth, this workshop provides an introduction to the Florida Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program. The workshop includes an overview ...
Smart Asset Management Technologies and Tools – A Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion
Smart Asset Management Technologies and Tools in this new age of digitally engineered dynamic solutions can be the reason for community unification and economic transformation. As agencies put more emphasis on responsibly managing critical ...
Urban Heat Island and Pavement Preservation Explained
This recorded webinar will provide attendees a thorough introduction to one of the “hottest” pavement related issues of today and how pavement preservation strategies can help solve one of the most challenging issues we face – soaring urban ...
LAP Professional Services Checklist Training
FDOT No. BT-05-0152. The LAP Professional Services Checklist Form  identifies the federal requirements (23 CFR 172) associated with professional services procurement. The training was developed based on numerous questions regarding the ...
Healthy Living and Public Services
Healthy living is the practice of health enhancing behaviors. It implies the physical, mental, and spiritual capacity to make healthy choices. A healthy lifestyle is important for everyone. When we look after our health, we feel better too. ...
The Safe System Approach: What Is It and Why Is It Getting So Much Attention?
Achieving the vision of eliminating deaths and serious injuries from our Nation’s roads may seem daunting since traffic fatalities in the United States have plateaued between 32,000 and 38,000 annually for over a decade. To make meaningful ...
Innovation and Concrete Preservation
This webinar will provide local agencies with information on innovation and concrete preservation. What was used in concrete repair and pavement preservation 20 years ago is different from the standard materials and methods used today. ...
How to Plan a Walk and Bike to School Day
Student transportation safety has been a top priority throughout our Florida communities. The Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program has provided opportunities for schools and communities to work ...
2018 Florida Greenbook Updates
Are you interested in learning more about the recently adopted 2018 Florida Greenbook? The Manual of Uniform Minimum Standards for Design, Construction and Maintenance (Florida Greenbook) provides criteria for public streets, roads, ...
Traffic Engineering Fundamentals 3-Part Series
This training is a high-level overview of the fundamental concepts of traffic engineering and is ideal for people who are just starting to work in the field, or for people that may work in related fields and want to learn the traffic ...
Public Speaking Skills for Engineers 101
Public speaking is one of the most effective and marketable skills any professional can have. Public speaking is also one of the most common fears of most people, especially engineers! So, can you learn to master the fear and speak in front ...
Pavement Management and Analysis – Key Performance Indicators
As most transportation agencies know, managing pavement assets is a big job with many variables to consider while making the best decisions possible with limited dollars. In order to ensure pavement funding can go as far as possible, it is ...
A Transportation Professional’s Guide to Utilizing Video Technology 2-Part Series
Using video in our work is no longer optional. If the pandemic taught us anything, it’s that there is a lot of badly done video out there. But you don’t have to make them! In the transportation industry, videos can be an important part of a ...
Municipal Administration, Strategic Management, and Performance Measures – A Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion
Strategic management and planning looks ahead towards desired goals, and performance measurement looks back at achievements. Combined, strategic and administrative planning, performance measurement, and implementation reporting form a circle ...
GAP Training
This webinar provides training on how to use the Florida Department of Transportation's new Grant Application Process, or "GAP" system. GAP is replacing the Local Agency Program Information Tool or "LAPIT" system. GAP went live on Monday, ...
FHWA 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 ...
Effective Communication with Elected Officials and Stakeholders – A Virtual Roundtable and Panel Discussion
Effective communication is fundamental to any successful relationship. While trust is the most critical characteristic in a successful relationship, nonetheless effective communication is essential for trust. All of us have varying ...
Designing for Complete Streets 3-Part Series
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 ...
LAP Construction Checklist and Specifications Training
FDOT No. BT-05-0197: This training identifies federal and some state requirements of construction contracting. The course provides in-depth coverage of the federal and state requirements for local agency staff preparing project ...
Access Management – The Basics and More 3-Part Series
Major roadways must be designed and managed so they can safely and efficiently accommodate all roadway users. To achieve this goal, those involved with access permitting, local comprehensive planning, and development review and permitting need ...
An Introduction to Bridge Preservation
This webinar will provide local agencies with an Introduction to Bridge Preservation, including the many options bridge owners have with a Bridge Preservation program. This 90-minute webinar features a number of panelists that will introduce ...
How to Contribute, Collaborate, and Benefit from the Florida ACES Database and Activity Viewer
The dramatic transformation in transportation through the development and adoption of Automated, Connected, Electric, and Shared (ACES) transportation systems is currently underway. Advanced technology is, and will continue to, impact ...
Traffic Signal Timing 201 – Detection, Preemption/Priority, and Coordination (3-Part Series)
This series of webinars builds upon the Traffic Signal Timing 101 program and is designed to provide participants with an understanding of advanced signalized intersection control topics. This series addresses the basics of detection ...
FDOT Districts 1 and 7 Local Agency Safety Summit
This summit was held to let everyone know how Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Florida Division, FDOT Headquarters, and both FDOT Districts are addressing local road safety concerns and using the latest FHWA and FDOT rules. Topics of ...
Vision Zero: Developing a Motorcycle Safety Strategic Plan (MSSP)
A Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) is a major component and requirement of the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) under the FAST act. All 50 states are required to develop and implement an SHSP that demonstrates a consultative ...
How to Ensure Successful Pavement Preservation Projects
This webinar will focus on how to ensure successful pavement preservation projects. This 90-minute webinar will introduce attendees to practical measures that ensure pavement preservation projects have successful outcomes. Roles will be ...

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