IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

The Symposium has gone virtual! We will be holding sessions on November 3, 6, 9, and 16.

About the Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety Best Practices Symposium

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.

Florida PBSSP Overview and Design Practices

  • Overview of Florida PBSSP
  • Complete Streets
  • ADA Compliance
  • FDOT Design Manual Guidance

Statewide Education Efforts

  • Ped/Bike Safety Communication, Outreach, and Education
  • Safe Routes to Schools (SRTS) Program and Practices
  • High Visibility Enforcement

Combat Ped/Bike Crashes: Strategies and Countermeasures Part 1

  • Looking forward – Considering Pedestrian and bicycle safety in a CAV environment
  • Overview of STEP Spectacular 7 Countermeasures
  • Data Analysis Support in Ped/Bike Safety

Combat Ped/Bike Crashes: Strategies and Countermeasures Part 2

  • Preventing Left-Turn Crashes Involving Pedestrians
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle Network Screening
  • Lighting Strategies to Improve Pedestrian Safety and Walkability

 

Featured sessions

• Florida PBSSP Overview and Design Practices 

• Statewide Education and Law Enforcement Efforts

• Combat Ped/Bike Crashes: Strategies and Countermeasures Part 1 & 2

McPherson

Trenda McPherson

FDOT

Carver

DeWayne Carver

FDOT

Borchik

George Borchik

FDOT

Gevin

Gevin McDaniel

FDOT

OBrien

Mary O’Brien

FDOT

Jackman

Jason Jackman

CUTR/USF

Sarita

Sarita Taylor

FDOT

Railey

Brett Railey

IPTM

Frank

Ofc. J.T. Frank

Sarasota P.D.

Young

Brenda Young

FDOT

Burgess

Kevin Burgess

FHWA

Giroux

Rupert Giroux

FDOT

Ponnaluri

Raj
Ponnaluri

FDOT

Lin

Pei-Sung
Lin

CUTR/USF

El-Urfali

Alan El-Urfali

FDOT

Wang

Zhenyu
Wang

CUTR/USF

Register 

The Symposium has gone virtual, and registration has re-opened.

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