The SASHTO Scholarship program provides financial assistance to the student dependents of FDOT employees and recognizes the achievements of these students.
November and December were busy months for the Florida School Crossing Guard Training Program! Train the Trainer classes were held in Sarasota, Alachua, and Osceola counties.
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.
The career fair allows prospective engineering students at UF to meet with those who have already secured careers in the industry. They answer questions about their particular field of study and explain what career paths are available at FDOT.
We recently announced that in the upcoming legislative session we will propose an increase in Florida’s per-pupil spending to the highest level in our state’s history. Thanks in part to the hard work of our public servants, we already have the highest total spending in K-12 this year.
FDOT Safety staff, Sarita Taylor and Dana Crosby conducted “Getting There Safely” outreach at the 2014 School Safety Leadership Symposium.
Celebrating the latest safety project completed along Dunn Avenue between I-95 and U.S. 1, Florida Department of Transportation officials met with residents at the Dinsmore Boat Ramp & Park.
It is back to school time in Florida. School zone safety includes cars, buses, bicycles and students walking to and from school. Talk to your teen driver about safety. Remind […]
With 152 schools participating in this year’s event, Florida placed third in the nation in the number of schools celebrating Bike to School Day.
An event designed to introduce high school juniors and seniors to careers in the highway and bridge industry was held in the Northeast Florida area for the first time ever and involved nearly 70 professional organizations throughout Florida and the U.S.