On February 17, Alert Today Florida hosted its second annual “Champions Ride for Bicycle Safety.” Approximately 40 avid cyclists, who also happen to be very well known celebrities, came out to ride and show their support for the cause.
Jacksonville Jaguars professional football fans were once again our target audience this season as FDOT hosted Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow information tent in the Jags Entertainment Zone at four home games.
The Florida Department of Transportation and Alert Today Florida teamed up with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to help promote pedestrian and bicycle safety across the greater Tampa Bay area.
Alert Today Florida and Florida’s Safe Mobility for Life Coalition partnered with the National Coalition for Safer Roads to increase driver and pedestrian safety knowledge about the dangers of running red lights.
FDOT’s Alert Today Alive Tomorrow campaign was back in Daytona during the 4th of July holiday weekend. This campaign is part of the statewide and year-round effort to raise awareness of the role we all play in keeping pedestrians and bicyclists safe on our roadways.
FDOT District Six continued its safety outreach for distracted driving by participating in two major events in Miami-Dade County.
For the second straight year, a team of District Four employees participated in the annual Fort Lauderdale St. Patrick’s Parade. Led this year by outgoing District Secretary Jim Wolfe and his wife Andrea, the team was comprised of 22 District Four staff and family members.
During a Tampa Bay Lightning hockey game intermission, contests were held on the ice with tricycles to educate fans about bicycle and pedestrian safety.
The Dolphins Cycling Challenge is an annual two-day charity bike event benefiting cancer research. FDOT partnered with the event to increase awareness of bicycle and pedestrian safety.
To kick off Speedweeks in Daytona, Alert Today Florida hosted a bicycle ride with some hotshot “people on bikes” promoting bicycle safety.
Hillsborough County and FDOT helped celebrate the completion of the Fletcher Avenue Complete Streets safety project. The event was open to the public.