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Thank You!

Across Florida, 141 partners joined hands to host 93 events to promote safe multimodal transportation choices in 2018. Last year there were a variety of events including family fun events, bicycle rides, bicyclist and driver safety trainings, bicycle helmet fittings, free transit rides and passenger giveaways, professional workshops, and free trolley rides. A big thanks to all that participated and made last year a huge success.

Mobility Week Events and Partners Participation Numbers

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29,097

People Attended Various Events

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10,527

Promotional Items Distributed

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3,911

Shared Bike/Walk Safety Tips with Parents & Children

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3,527

Transit Passenger Giveaways

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2,513

Free Transit Rides

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702

Safety Pledges

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298

Fitted Bike Helmets for Children & Adults

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239

Bicyclists in Events

Pedestrian_Events
202

Pedestrians in Events

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124

Safety Surveys

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11

Adults Carfitted

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8

Workshops/Trainings

Our Sincere Gratitude

From the partner agencies who organized events, to the local government proclamations supporting Mobility Week, to the elected officials who promoted and attended events, to the volunteers who represented FDOT and partner agencies during the various events, you are the reason we had a successful Mobility Week 2018.

Highlights

Mobility Week 2018 Summary of Events Presentation

2018 Summary of Events

A comprehensive summary of event details, participants and partners during Mobility Week 2018.

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2017 Summary of Events

A comprehensive summary of event details, participants and partners during Mobility Week 2017.

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2016 Summary of Events

In 2016, Central Florida kicked off its inaugural Mobility Week as a celebration of activities intended to promote multiple transportation options and encourage safe travel behavior.

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