This session will include an overview of Florida's Safe Routes to School Program and showcase sample infrastructure projects and non-infrastructure (educational and encouragement) programs being implemented in each of the seven FDOT Districts. Participants will understand the principles of the federally funded Safe Routes to School Program, and how it is being implemented in Florida.
This course would be useful to any planner concerned with bicycle, pedestrian, and community livability issues.
Mr. Rudd is a District Community Traffic Safety Team Coordinator. He works on SRTS Non-Infrastructure programs. Read More
Ms. Pat Pieratte is the Florida Safe Routes to School Coordinator, located in the State Safety Office in Tallahassee. She is responsible for statewide administration of the Safe Routes to School program, which is being implemented through the seven FDOT districts. Ms. Pieratte has worked in state government for 34 ... Read More
Mr. Sarmiento is a District Community Traffic Safety Team Coordinator. He is responsible for SRTS Non-Infrastructure programs. Read More
Mr. Mitinger, PE, is a District Safety Engineer. He oversees the SRTS program in District 4. Read More
Ms. Carter is a District Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator, who is responsible for SRTS Non-Infrastructure programs. Read More
Mr. Jackman works for the University of South Florida, Center for Urban Transportation Research. Read More
Ms. Atran is a District Community Traffic Safety Team Coordinator. She is responsible for Non-Infrastructure SRTS programs, and Scott Lent, District Safety Engineer. Read More
Ms. Taylor is a District Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator. She is responsible for SRTS Infrastructure projects and Non-infrastructure programs. Read More
Mr. Maynard is the Tampa Safe Kids Coordinator from St. Joseph's Children's Hospital. Read More