The Manual of Uniform Minimum Standards for Design, Construction and Maintenance (Florida Greenbook) provides criteria for public streets, roads, highways, bridges, sidewalks, curbs and curb ramps, crosswalks, bicycle facilities, underpasses, and overpasses used by the public for vehicular and pedestrian travel.

This 6-part webinar series will provide an in-depth review of the 2018 Florida Greenbook, which is also known as the “Manual of Uniform Minimum Standards for Design, Construction and Maintenance for Streets and Highways.” In this training we will be covering things like what the Greenbook is and types of projects it applies to; transportation planning and land development concepts; fundamentals of geometric design and roadway design; design variations and exceptions; pedestrian, bike, and transit facilities; traffic calming and residential street design; and work zone traffic control. 

This training is intended to provide an in-depth review of the 2018 Florida Greenbook and how it should be used by local agencies or by others doing work for the local agencies across Florida. The aim of the training is to introduce the various topics in the Greenbook, and even more importantly, to equip you with the resources you need so that you can find additional information.

In this 6-part webinar series, we’ll cover Chapters 1-20 of the Florida Greenbook, including the 2018 updates.

This training meets the requirements for LAP Certification. Attendance satisfies the Greenbook portion of the LAP Construction Checklist, Specifications, and Greenbook Training. LAP Course no. BT-05-0197.

Instructor Bios:

Larry Hagen, P.E., PTOE is a registered Professional Engineer in Florida and Georgia, a certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer (PTOE), and a certified Road Safety Professional (RSP) by the Institute of Transportation Engineers. He is the owner of Hagen Consulting Services, LLC, and has over 30 years of experience doing transportation engineering work throughout the state of Florida.


Mary Anne Koos is a lifelong advocate for creating great places. She has 30 years of experience in designing active transportation corridors and is the Special Projects Coordinator for FDOT’s Roadway Design Office. She is the primary author of the Florida Greenbook, in partnership with the Florida Greenbook Advisory Committee and its Technical Advisors. Mary Anne is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison and FSU’s Certified Public Manager Program.

Lorraine Moyle has been with the Florida Department of Transportation for 8 years and has been the manager of the Local Programs Office for the past 6 years where she oversees statewide program administration and policy development for various federal and state funded grant programs specific to local public agencies.

Florida LTAP replaced the in-classroom Florida Greenbook training mentioned in the following short video with a 6-part webinar series.


To earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs) or a Certificate of Completion for each recorded webinar, you must view the entire webinar.  The Florida LTAP Center will follow-up within 2-3 weeks with your certificate.

Each individual webinar session will award 1.5 PDHs. Up to 9.0 PDHs can be earned for fully viewing and completing all six sessions.

After viewing each session, click here to request a certificate.

Click the tabs below to view the recorded webinars. 

The Florida Greenbook Series: Part 1 of 6 – Introduction and Chapters 1-2


  • Registration for Updates
  • Florida Greenbook Advisory Committee
  • Use of 2016 versus 2018 Editions
  • Purpose
  • Policies and Objectives (Context Based Design)
  • Definitions of Terms
  • Chapter 1 – Planning
  • Chapter 2 – Land Development


Click here to view the Greenbook Series Part 1 recorded webinar.

The Florida Greenbook Series: Part 3 of 6 – Chapter 4-7


  • Chapter 4 – Roadside Design
  • Chapter 5 – Pavement Design and Construction
  • Chapter 6 – Lighting
  • Chapter 7 – Rail-Highway Crossings


Click here to view the Greenbook Series Part 3 recorded webinar.

The Florida Greenbook Series: Part 4 of 6 – Chapter 8-10
The Florida Greenbook Series: Part 6 of 6 – Chapter 15-20


  • Chapter 15 – Traffic Calming
  • Chapter 16 – Residential Street Design
  • Chapter 17 – Bridges and Other Structures
  • Chapter 18 – Signing and Marking
  • Chapter 19 – Traditional Neighborhood Development
  • Chapter 20 – Drainage


Click here to view the Greenbook Series Part 6 recorded webinar.