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Who Are We?

The Community Traffic Safety Program is a multi-disciplined Federal, State and Local Government endorsed program developed to reduce the number of traffic crashes that occur on Florida roadways. The program was created in response to federal legislation (the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1990), which calls for local participation, and solutions to traffic crashes, injuries and fatalities on local roadways.

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Our membership consists of professionals in four disciplines: Law Enforcement, Engineering, Emergency Services and Education. We possess the resources and skills to directly impact the epidemic problems that Florida faces on our roadways.

Armed with carefully developed missions, goals and objectives, the Committee undertake projects and activities and serve as a resource to any and all communities, local government agencies and roadway users to assist in the reduction of traffic crashes and the related injuries and fatalities on our roadways.


Recipes for the Road 2014 Recipes for the Road 2014 Edition

The Florida Department of Transportation, District 7 released the 10th edition of Recipes for the Road, a booklet of recipes for non-alcoholic drinks to promote their Safety Awareness Program. Copies will be distributed throughout Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Citrus, and Hernando Counties.

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2013 CTST Coalition Meeting Materials Heads Up For Safety

FDOT District 7 Secretary Donald Skelton takes a top-down approach to improving safety for pedestrians

Don Skelton

See The Blindspots Campaign

Many Floridians are not aware of the basic laws of pedestrian safety. Many motorists do not fully understand the rights of pedestrians and bicyclists. In an effort to educate all parties and lower the number of pedestrians and bicyclists injured and killed, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has launched a new pedestrian and bicycle see the blindspots campaign logo safety campaign called See the Blind Spots. The campaign will feature television, radio, print, outdoor and a website


Districtwide Traffic Operations Design Build Push Button Contract Evaluation

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