In exchange for filling out a survey testing their knowledge on pedestrian and bicyclist safety, Jacksonville Jaguars fans were treated with a Jaguars t-shirt with the Alert Today Alive Tomorrow message on the back.
Florida Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Coalition members and invited guests convened at the FDOT Central Office in Tallahassee to discuss the statewide initiative towards improving comprehensive pedestrian and bicycle safety.
Caleb Sowinski, a local Cub Scout, was able to arrive to school in style thanks to a strategic alliance between the Boy Scouts of America and NASCAR Nationwide Series Driver Scott Lagasse Jr.
In celebration of Clean Air Month, Hillsborough County’s Environmental Protection Commission (EPC) put on the annual “Clean Air Fair” at Poe Plaza in downtown Tampa.
FDOT’s Alert Today Alive Tomorrow campaign took to the speedway in Daytona Beach during the holiday weekend. This partnership increases visibility of the safety campaign, especially with so many there to see the races.
On Thursday, June 5, District Seven Secretary Paul Steinman had the honor of throwing the first pitch at the Tampa Bay Rays/Florida Marlins “Citrus Series’ game at Tropicana Field.
Miami Heat basketball coach Erik Spoelstra led a group of 550 cyclists in the Heat Cycle for Safety event. The April event included a four-mile leisurely bicycle ride along Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami.
FDOT held a bicycle ride in Tallahassee to remind motorists and bicyclists to follow all traffic laws and share the road safely. The ride included dozens of cyclists, starting at the FSU stadium and continuing downtown to Florida’s Capitol before returning to campus. A bicycle was awarded as a prize during the event.
To promote pedestrian and bicyclist safety, FDOT partnered with Scott Lagasse, Jr., who drove the #29 Alert Today Alive Tomorrow Toyota Camry in the DRIVE4COPD 300 Nationwide Series race at Daytona International Speedway.
The CW18/WESH Media “Crew” is now officially powered by Alert Today Alive Tomorrow. This partnership, which began in November 2013, includes on location reporting across Central Florida.
FDOT conducted a week-long campaign focused on pedestrian safety at the Florida State and University of Florida campuses. These events were geared towards promoting awareness of pedestrian and bicycle safety.