Work Zone Awareness



For more information on FDOT Work Zone Awareness related programs and grants, visit the Safety Office's Work Zone Safety page.

A work zone involves workers, vehicles, trucks, and equipment that can necessitate lane closures, detours, and moving equipment, and can last from a few days to several years. While work zone fatalities make up approximately three percent of overall fatalities and two percent of serious injuries, the safe and efficient flow of traffic through work zones is an ongoing priority for Florida’s transportation and traffic safety partners.

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) asks you to do your job when it comes to Work Zone Safety.

Traffic Cone BE ALERT - Expect anything to occur when entering a work zone.

Traffic Cone DON'T TAILGATE - Unexpected stops frequently occur in work zones.

Traffic Cone DON'T SPEED IN THE WORK ZONE - Note the posted speed limits in and around the work zone.

Traffic Cone DON'T CHANGE LANES IN THE WORK ZONE - Any time saved just isn't worth the risk.

Traffic Cone MINIMIZE DISTRACTIONS - Avoid changing radio stations and using cell phones while driving in the work zone.

Traffic Cone EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED - Keep an eye out for workers and equipment.


Press Release

FDOT Commemorates Work Zone Awareness Week, Reminds Motorists Safety is Everyone’s Job

April 26, 2021


Tip Card and Proclamation



Work Zone Awareness Week Governor Proclamation


Social Media Graphics

WorkZone Social Banner

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