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.
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.
To kick off Speedweeks in Daytona, Alert Today Florida hosted a bicycle ride with some hotshot “people on bikes” promoting bicycle safety.
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.
Over 105,000 students at 400 schools across Florida walked to school as part of FDOT’s promotion of International Walk to School Day. Students wore bright, reflective clothing, backpacks, wristbands and stickers and learned safe walking skills like using crosswalks.
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.