Education and outreach is key to improving safety on our community's transportation system.
The Community Traffic Safety (CTST) Program is a multi-disciplined Federal, State and Local Government endorsed program developed to reduce the number of traffic crashes that occur on Florida roadways. The program was created in response to federal legislation (the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1990), which calls for local participation, and solutions to traffic crashes, injuries and fatalities on local roadways. The program is managed by the Florida Department of Transportation and supported by a wide range of community partners.
The Florida Department of Trasnportation (FDOT) District 7 (D7) Local Agency Traffic Safety Academy (LATSA) is a free webinar series focused on:
These webinars are part of D7’s Highway Safety Improvement Program to support and enhance local agency safety programs in Florida.
The Local Agency Safety Summit is geared towards local agencies in Tampa Bay that have a vested interested in traffic safety. The Summit brings together local agencies, community partners, and elected officials to discuss recent traffic safety trends, new initiatives and programs and kick-off the annual federal funding application cycle for traffic safety infrastructure projects on local streets under the Highway Safety Improvement Program. The Safety Summit is hosted by the Florida Department of Transportation District Seven.
Walk Wise Tampa Bay is a grassroots pedestrian safety education campaign. WalkWise has engaged over 20,000 Tampa Bay visitors and residents since 2011. The program is funded by the Florida Department of Transportation and managed by the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida.
Brought to you by FDOT with support from our community partners.