Information that can assist you with your local traffic safety needs can be found below.
www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov - Campaign tools for a variety of topics. Tools include ready-to-print graphics (posters, flyers, etc.), web graphics and banners, speaking points, prepared media releases, sample material for social media outreach. New materials are posted well in advance of holidays or other upcoming traffic safety focus and are free for your use.
www.distraction.gov - Campaign tools and information relating specifically to distracted driving.
www.SafeandMobileSeniors.org - A one-stop website with transportation safety and mobility resources for Florida's aging roadway users.
Operation Lifesavers - Rail safety resources.
Safe Mobility for Life - Experienced/Senior driver resources.
FDOT Roadway Information &
District 5 Safety Advisor Newsletters
An archive of newsletters is provided for your reference. Click on any month shown in blue to access the newsletter. Newsletters were not issued in the months that are not shown in blue. Articles of particular interest are noted for easy reference.
April 2013 - Safe Mobility For Life
May 2012 - Heat Stroke Fact Sheet
June-July 2012 - Ped Safety Bus Photos
September 2012 - Fed Transp Bill Update
November - December 2015
Grant & Challenge Information
Signal 4 Analytics - FDOT Crash Report Database System
FIRES - DHSMV Florida's Integrated Report Exchange System
www.CFLRoads.com - Your one stop resource for information relating to current or upcoming projects on or along state roads.
DHSMV Statistics, Studies, and Publications - Annual Traffic Citation reports, Traffic Crash Facts, County Fatality Rate Report, Driver and Vehicle Demographic Reports
Florida's Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) -2015 - This plan is federally mandated. The plan is data driven and provides the state with a means of prioritizing traffic safety efforts and funding for those efforts. The SHSP is updated and/or revised periodically to appropriately reflect changes in the data that drives our focus areas.
Florida SHSP Tracking Tool - This tool is used to keep track of traffic safety efforts throughout the state. The information is used to report activity to the FDOT Secretary, the Governor, and to the federal government (USDOT, FHWA, and NHTS). These reports are critical to informing the federal government of successes of our local traffc safety efforts to insure continued funding.
FDOT Traffic Safety Grants - This site provides everything you will need to apply for or manage an FDOT Traffic Safety Grant. Along with a general overview, you will find eligibility information, rules & regulations, a grant timeline, emphasis areas, sample concept papers, and all the forms/documents you will need to apply for or manage your grant.
Data Matrices - city and county rank about cities/counties of similar size in regard to all of the major traffic safety emphasis areas. These provide excellent quantitative measure when writing you problem statement for a grant concept paper, but are also useful in identifying the areas in which you should focus your traffic safety efforts.
Florida Law Enforcement Liaison (LEL) Program - Information relating to the various law enforcement challenge programs and contact information for LEL representatives.