Author: Caraline Duke

FDOT Research Quarter 2 2020 Summary

Image is a composite of three images, the far left shows a row of bicycles, the middle image shows cars on a highway, and the image on the right shows a train.

Florida boasts one of the most active and innovative transportation research programs in the U.S. Each quarter, the UFTI-T2 Center prepares a summary of both completed and newly funded research. Use the link below to open a PDF that contains this quarter’s summary. As… Read More

Transportation Safety Center Begins a New Cycle of Road Safety Activities

The Transportation Safety Center (TSC) is housed at the UFTI-T2 Center and its focus is to enhance the safety on local and county roads in small rural counties in Florida, where local resources for this kind of analysis are often limited. Levy County is one of six counties selected for assistance in the most recent cycle of this project.   The safety methodology adopted in this study was… Read More

Director’s Message Quarter 2 2020

The UFTI-T2 Center is a beehive of activity – even though our “hive” on UF East Campus is empty! Despite our current work-from-home situation, the Center’s activities in training and research and our safety programs are as active as ever. As with many of our readers during the pandemic, our… Read More

UFTI-T2 Center offers FDOT MOT trainings virtually

UFTI-T2 Center offers the Florida Department of Transportation Maintenance of Traffic/Temporary Traffic Control trainings virtually. Typically, these FDOT trainings are held in-person only, to assist in keeping transportation professional current with their certifications and continue educational opportunities – FDOT has… Read More

Quarter 1 2020

In This Newsletter: Director’s Message Upcoming Courses and Training Center News Florida Occupant Protection Resource Center (OPRC) Update Florida’s Pedestrian and Bicycling Safety Resource Center (SRC) Update Transportation Safety Center (TSC) Update FDOT Research Completed FDOT Research Projects, November 2019… Read More