FDOT District Two Community Traffic Safety Program News and Information Update – Click here to download this edition of Traffic Safety Talk Summer 2022. In this issue, various projects from the past six months are highlighted. They include:
- Safety Belt Use in Northeast Florida with four new occupant protection messages
- 4 E’s and More in Traffic Safety
- Reinforcing Florida’s Bike Safety Law
- Move Over or Slow Down safety campaign and digital tip cards
- Safety Town videos and coloring pages for children
- Get Out and Move for Safety virtual event
Traffic Safety Talk Summer 2022 Newsletter Flip-book:
District Two Community Traffic Safety Outreach Online
Over the past year, TrafficSafetyTeam.org had 11,434 website sessions. New visitors make up of 76% of our visits. Our Instagram following has shown the most growth from 297 to 392. Our YouTube videos have had 689 hours of watch time. Pinterest views averaged 27,000 per month. Non-alcoholic mocktail drink recipes remain very popular on all platforms – St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Lime had 1,242 reactions in March 2022. A variety of posts exceeded social media engagement goals.
Traffic Safety Talk Summer 2022 CHAMPION –
Dr. Morya E. Willis
Targeting the best-of-the-best, Dr. Willis is the bullseye! We hope you will take a moment to read this article. She shared some of her Community Traffic Safety Team experiences – past, present and future. You will get insight on why she is a true Community Traffic Safety Program “Champion!”
Traffic Safety Outreach
If you have an upcoming event or an idea for community outreach that involves traffic safety, please let us know how we can help! We can share your event on our social media platforms, at team meetings, in an email, and highlight it in our next newsletter. Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to read the complete CTSP Traffic Safety Talk – Summer 2022 newsletter and see upcoming projects.
Our members are local highway safety advocates. They are committed to solving traffic safety problems through a comprehensive, multi-jurisdictional, multidisciplinary approach. A major function of the CTSTs is to submit, review and address solutions for these concerns. Since last summer, we have:
- Followed 323 Engineering Concerns
- Received 128 New Concerns
- Closed 127 Issues
Tailing Traffic Safety
District Two CTSP wrapped 40 fleet vehicle truck tailgates. The three traffic safety messages included occupant protection, bicycle safety and stop speeding reminders.