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The Future of Transportation at FDOT. Billy L. Hattaway, PE District One Secretary. Stepping Up. Be Bold, Innovative, and Inspirational Make decisions: Consistent, Predictable, and Repeatable while being Courteous, Professional and Respectful (CPR2) Step up and make it happen.

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The future of transportation at fdot

The Future of Transportation at FDOT

Billy L. Hattaway, PE

District One Secretary


Stepping up

Stepping Up

  • Be Bold, Innovative, and Inspirational

  • Make decisions: Consistent, Predictable, and Repeatable while being Courteous, Professional and Respectful (CPR2)

  • Step up and make it happen


Bold innovative and inspirational

Bold, Innovative, and Inspirational

  • Be bold in thinking of ideas to make the department better, faster, smarter. Be willing to take prudent risks.

  • Be innovative - bring ideas to life with specific objectives to accomplish them.

  • Be inspirational - get others excited about the ideas and engaged in meeting the objectives


Secretary s pedestrian safety initiative

Secretary’s Pedestrian Safety Initiative

  • Dangerous by Design (2011)

  • Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami-Ft. Lauderdale

  • ~ 450 pedestrians killed each year

  • Secretary Ananth Prasad… “Being #1 in pedestrian fatalities and serious injuries is NOT where Florida wants to be.”


The future of transportation at fdot

  • Top 10 Counties for Pedestrian Crashes

Duval

Volusia

Orange

Pinellas

Hillsborough

Polk

Palm Beach

Lee

Broward

Top 10 County

County

Miami-Dade


What we ve done

What We’ve Done

  • Launched focus group in November, 2011

  • Reviewed St. Petersburg’s success

  • Data analysis

  • Pedestrian 101 training

  • Identified a Champion for each District

  • Pilot sites

    • Miami– Alert Today/Alive Tomorrow

    • Hillsborough - Alert Today/Alive Tomorrow


Where we re going

Where We’re Going

  • Partner with local governments (public works, law enforcement, health, etc.)

  • Design/RSA training for FDOT and partners

  • Corridor/Site specific problem identification


Where we re going1

Where We’re Going

  • Targeted engineering solutions

  • Focused media campaign

  • Focused law enforcement


Partner with other initiatives

Partner with Other Initiatives

  • Yielding to pedestrians:

  • Baseline of 8%

  • Increased to 21%


Engineering treatments

Engineering Treatments

Traffic Calming/Road Diets


Engineering treatments1

Engineering Treatments

Modern Roundabouts


Engineering treatments2

Engineering Treatments

Raised Medians or Refuge Islands


Engineering treatments3

Engineering Treatments

  • Additional/Improved Sidewalks

  • Additional/Improved Lighting

    Rectangular Rapid

    Pedestrian Hybrid Beacons Flashing Beacons

Mike Cynecki

Michael Frederick, St. Petersburg


Engineering treatments4

Engineering Treatments

  • Pedestrian Lead Phasing

  • Signing for Pedestrians (Ex: No Right Turn on Red)

  • Pedestrian Countdown

  • Signals


What s next

What’s Next

Billy L. Hattaway, P.E.

[email protected]

  • Still Much to be Done!!


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