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Technical Review and Award Committee Meetings
District: One
Meeting Type: Meeting
Location Name: Florida Department of Transportation, District One Office
Street Address: 801 North Broadway Avenue
City: Bartow


Speed Management Workshop
District: One
Meeting Type: Meeting
Date: Saturday, December 31, 2022
Time: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Location Name: FDOT Manatee Operations
Street Address: 14000 SR 64 E.
City: Bradenton
Purpose: Florida Department of Transportation – District One – is hosting Speed Management workshops for our elected officials and county and city staff working in transportation planning, design and operations, planning staff working in land development and regulations. Please Come! June 14 - Speed Management Workshop (Any local government staff and elected official in the southern part of the district) 8:30 – 4:00 FDOT Southwest Area Office --- 10041 Daniels Parkway --- Fort Myers, FL 33913 September 13 - Speed Management Workshop (on hold to be determined towards end of the year) 8:30 – 4:00 FDOT Manatee Operations --- 14000 SR 64 E. --- Bradenton, FL 34212-9263 Why is District One hosting this workshop? District One’s Planning Studio will be hosting a workshop focusing on safe speeds and the counter measures than can be used to address the speeding challenges that face us today. District One is committed to working with its communities on reducing and managing speeds to increase safety and measurably reduce crash rates and crash severity, while simultaneously advancing the Department’s policies of complete streets and context-sensitive design. Safe speeds are one of the 5 elements in the safe systems approach that is being used as we work toward driving down fatalities and serious injuries on our roadways. In addition to safety, projects need to advance the FDOT’s policies for raising the quality of life for people living and visiting Florida and promote economic well-being. To achieve quality of life and attract people and business, the “path” (e.g., street, road, corridor, boulevard…) needs to contribute to its “place.” The ways in which the Department considers and creates the spaces, through which people move, has the power to deeply improve the human experience (e.g., quality of life), influence how they behave (e.g., speed management), and affect their decisions (e.g., economic development, development patterns, modal choices, etc.) To invest in community infrastructure, the right people have to be involved in the conversation. Community leaders, such as yourself, have the last say in how communities are built, what network is planned to move people, and how the land uses play a role in the comfort of people navigating to their destinations. Registration is open You can register by sending an email request to Amanda Alejos Amanda.Alejos@dot.state.fl.us Please include your name, contact information, organization and position.
Primary Contact: Nicole Mills, PE
Primary Phone: (863) 519-2379
Primary E-Mail: Nicole.Mills@dot.state.fl.us
Expires: 1/3/2023