Join us for a panel discussion on how to reduce traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries in the Sarasota/Manatee region. The panel convenes leaders in the realms of transportation planning, public health, engineering, as well as policy, community advocacy, and the private sector to develop and share promising strategies and to support strong, distributed leadership that make Vision Zero a reality. RSVP Today!
Join us for an exclusive sneak peak, as Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Puerto Rico Highway Transportation Authority (PRHTA), Florida Division of Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Florida LTAP Center present the essentials of accessible design for transportation professionals.
This year’s virtual Gulf Coast Safe Street Summit will kick off with Hillsborough MPO Executive Director passing of the baton to the Sarasota/Manatee MPO Director followed by the MPO Chair Mayor Shirley Groover Bryant welcoming guests and introducing the keynote speaker, Jan Spence.
Discover different tips for developing a working educational library; a sampling of videos produced; suggestions for observing human behavior on your own local trails/multiuse pathways; and next steps for education, engineering and enforcement.
Let loose with guests and meet the APA Emerging Planners Group. The night will begin with a little networking. Go to different “tables” to talk with guests on a variety of topics. End the night by engaging in a data professional’s favorite activity, Surveys! Test your knowledge for your chance to win an amazing prize!
Secretary Nandam and Secretary Gwynn will give their addresses to guests with an update on state activities within their respective districts. The session will close with three elected officials describing plans, projects, or programs in their area that they championed to achieve safe roads for all modes.
Session 5: Take it for a spin before you go all in: Real world experience lessons
November 19, 2020
In the past year Manatee County has collaborated with University of South Florida (USF), the Center for Urban Transportation (CUTR), and the Community Sustainability Partnership Program (CSPP) on a variety of areas of safety concern.