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  • Alert Today Florida at the Dolphin Cycling Challenge sharing safety tips to motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists.
  • The Alert Today Florida team distributing safety information and prizes at the University of South Florida, Tampa.
  • Coalition Members at the University of South Florida (USF) in Tampa.
  • Every Life Counts, be aware of pedestrians and bicycles on the road!
  • Alert Today Florida team during the Tampa Bay Lightning Game
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Residents and visitors of Temple Terrace accompanied Mayor Frank Chillura on March 20, 2015, during “Bike with the Mayor” day. The event celebrated Florida Bike Month and was organized with the help of Tampa BayCycle and the New North Tampa Transportation Alliance.
Alert Today Florida was present at the Community Open House held by the Town of Longboat Key on March 21, 2015. Residents received pedestrian and bicycle safety surveys and prizes during the event.
March 11 was the annual "Florida Tourism Day 2015" in Tallahassee, Florida. Scott Lagasse Jr. and members of his team made the trip to attend the event with the NASCAR Xfinity Series "Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow," Boy Scouts of America race car, and also “Drive a Scout to School” the next day.
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Tampa Bay Lightning Alert Today Alive Tomorrow Night

Alert Today Florida was at the Amalie Arena in Tampa for the “Tampa Bay Lightning Alert Today Alive Tomorrow Night” on March 22, 2015, reminding everyone that Safety Doesn’t Happen by Accident. During the night, the team, accompanied by FDOT District 7 Secretary Paul Steinman and fellow employees gave away bicycles, promo packs, and autographed hockey pucks, but most importantly, safety information to the thousands of visitors who watched Tampa Bay Lightning take the victory against Boston Bruins, 5 - 3.





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Florida’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Focused Initiative

In November 2011, the Secretary of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) charged District One Secretary Billy Hattaway with the task of championing Florida’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Focused Initiative. Secretary Hattaway quickly formed a team and began working towards the goal of increasing awareness and decreasing fatalities of bicyclists and pedestrians in Florida.

  • Alert Today Alive Tomorrow Program Brochure - 2013 English
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Florida’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Strategic Safety Plan

The purpose of Florida’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Strategic Safety Plan (PBSSP) is to focus funding and resources on the areas that have the greatest opportunity to reduce pedestrian and bicycle fatalities, injuries, and crashes. The PBSSP is designed to provide a comprehensive strategy to address pedestrian and bicycle safety issues by identifying goals, objectives, strategies, tasks, and performance measures for key program areas including:
  • Data, Analysis, and Evaluation
  • Driver Education and Licensing
  • Highway and Traffic Engineering
  • Law Enforcement and Emergency Services
  • Communication Program
  • Outreach Program
  • Legislation, Regulation, and Policy

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Florida’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Coalition

Many agencies, organizations, and groups have responsibilities and interests in pedestrian and bicycle safety issues. Florida’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Coalition was formed to prioritize and implement the strategies identified in the PBSSP. This diverse group represents many agencies and organizations that have a vested interest in pedestrian and bicycle safety in Florida.

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Alert Today Alive Tomorrow

As part of the FDOT Initiative, the “Alert Today Alive Tomorrow” campaign is being presented via TV, radio, social media, transit advertising, local education, and enforcement activities. The message that “Safety Doesn’t Happen by Accident” is a reminder for all roadway users to pay attention and follow the rules of the road.

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