The objective of the Northeast Florida Community Traffic Safety Program is to reduce the number and severity of crashes. Together, with our Traffic Safety Teams, we work at identifying, developing, implementing, and evaluating safety and traffic operational strategies. The drop-down menus below include a variety of team materials and resources.
Traffic Safety Reports, Resources and Information
- 2022 Team Meeting Schedule
- 2022 Calendar of Traffic Safety Events
- Florida’s 2021-2025 Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP)
- 2021 Safety Belt Use in Florida – Final Report
- 2021 Florida Pedestrian and Bicycle Strategic Safety Plan – by FDOT and Florida’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Coalition
- 2020 Countermeasures That Work – A Highway Safety Countermeasure Guide for State Highway Safety Offices, 10th Edition, by U.S. DOT and NHTSA
Traffic Safety Talk Newsletters
Team Materials, Meeting Presentations and Handouts
- FDOT Traffic Safety Grants – Concept Papers, Guidelines, Forms and Resources
- Roadway Concern Submissions and Crash Data Reporting – 2021 presentation
Traffic Safety Team Districtwide Winter Virtual Gathering
Click on the links below to view and download all of the presentations and materials.
Team Member Tools
Traffic Safety Team Member Training Days in Gainesville and Jacksonville
Click on the links below and be sure to check out the photos from both trainings.
Team Member Tools
- Our CTST Resources (Presentation)
- Understanding Traffic Data and Its Significance (Presentation)
- Social Media Channels (Presentation)
- Team Members Volunteer Opportunities (Presentation)
- Automated Vehicles (Presentation)
- 2018 SHSP Traffic Crash Data
- Open Road Story Time (Volunteer Opportunity)
- Florida Safety Belt Observation Form
These traffic safety resources, materials, reports and information are provided to assist our Community Traffic Safety Teams (CTSTs). These teams are locally based groups of highway safety advocates who meet regularly and are committed to solving traffic safety problems through a comprehensive, multi-jurisdictional, and multi-disciplinary approach. Members include city, county and state officials in collaboration with private businesses and citizens.
The common goal of our CTSTs is to reduce the number and severity of traffic crashes within each community based on their geographical areas. Safety efforts are focused in the areas of planning, design, construction, education, and maintenance programs. We provide traffic safety engineering expertise to the public and serve as transportation safety champions.
Over recent years, we have expanded our outreach on social media platforms. The great advantage of online networking and social media is that it is immediate, it gathers like-minded people together, it’s interactive, and can be used to get information out to a wide audience quickly.
We use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Instagram and Pinterest to provide and share pertinent information to promote safe driving habits. Through education and community partnerships we can ensure safer roadways for everyone.
Become an active Community Traffic Safety Team Virtual Volunteer! Three easy steps and just a little bit of your time could help reduce injuries and fatalities on our roadways. Click here to check out our latest blog post with more details and the benefits of being a Traffic Safety Team Virtual Volunteer.