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Newsletters
Posted on 12/29/2010

Safety Advisor - internal DOT only

Click on the title to access a website with links to the Safety Advisor newsletter. This link is only accessible to users inside the FDOT firewall. The Industrial Safety section publishes the Safety Advisor, a monthly publication on safe work practices and procedures both on and off the job. The publication is distributed to FDOT employees as part of a comprehensive safety awareness program. The Safety Advisor is also available to other state agencies and interested parties. The following publications are also available online: Loss Prevention Procedure, Safe Work Practices and Compliance Standards Handbook, and the Quality Assurance Review Checklist.

Papers and Reports
Posted on 3/4/2014

Safety Office Crash Data Management

Florida Traffic Safety Portal Crash Data Management: Crash Data Sources, Crash Data Flow (FTCR, Preliminary Processing, Secondary Processing/Validation/Custodian, Transfer of Long Form Data), FDOT SSO Crash Location Processing (Upload and Conversion, Location Processing and QA/QC), Location Processing on the SHS, Location Processing for Local Roads; FDOT SSO Reports and Analyses: The Crash Analysis Reporting (CAR) System, Crash Location Shapefiles

Posted on 7/27/2011

Google Analytics Usage Report

April user report of the portal.

Posted on 3/14/2011

NHTSA Traffic Records Assessment - 2006

Posted on 1/24/2011

FDOT Transparency Reports - 2006

Florida's report to FHWA for the year 2006 analysis and data. Report is published on the FHWA website.

Posted on 1/24/2011

FDOT Transparency Reports - 2007

Florida's report to FHWA for the year 2007 analysis and data. Report is published on the FHWA website.

Posted on 1/24/2011

FDOT Transparency Reports - 2008

Florida's report to FHWA for the year 2008 analysis and data. Report is published on the FHWA website.

Posted on 1/24/2011

FDOT Transparency Reports - 2009

Florida's report to FHWA for the year 2009 analysis and data. Report is published on the FHWA website.

Posted on 1/24/2011

Transparency Report - Legislative Requirements

Additional information, including the specific legislative requirements, can be found in the guidance provided by the Federal Highway Administration.

Policies, Procedures, Disclaimers & Credits
Posted on 7/20/2012

AADT Methodology for All Roads

The Florida Department of Transportation Safety Office is required to identify and address traffic crashes on public roads that are maintain by state or local entity. However, data for local roads is not always complete; therefore, the FDOT Safety must use innovative approaches to account for this shortfall. The AADT Allocator process was developed in order to better estimate traffic volumes (AADT) for all streets and roads in Florida. The underlying principle of the Allocator process is to use the results of the Turnpike State Model (TSM) statewide transportation model and apply it to all roads and streets in Florida.

Manuals and User Guides
Posted on 12/14/2011

Export to MS-Excel Settings

Few users reported an issue with this function not working properly, however, in all reported cases until now, the issue was related to improper settings in the Internet Explorer user’s browser. Additional settings information is provided in this document.

Posted on 12/29/2010

Crash Data FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions for Crash Data

Posted on 12/29/2010

Crash Analysis Reporting (C.A.R.) Program User Manual - online viewing option (internal DOT only)

October 2007 version of the MS-Word formatted manual with hyperlinks to access specific content. This link is only accessible to users inside the FDOT firewall.

Posted on 12/29/2010

Skid Hazard Reporting (SHR) User Manual - internal DOT only

October 2007 version with hyperlinked Table of Contents

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