The Florida Department of Transportation FDOT Design Manual will help us provide more context-sensitive roads by putting "the right street in the right place."
Contact DeWayne Carver, AICP
State Complete Streets Program Manager, (850) 414-4322
2020 Transportation Symposium presentation on the Context Classification Update. 1 hour video.
Article from ULI indicating trend toward walkable downtowns is continuing to be a strong economic development incentive
The journal "Public Square" details FDOT's "colossal" effort to implement Complete Streets statewide.
Complete Streets help build communities where we can age in place
FDOT’s Lane Repurposing Guide, used to plan and design lane repurposing projects (also known as “road diets” or “lane elimination” projects.)
Florida Transit-Oriented Development
FDOT's guidance on creating transit oriented developments with compact, walkable design and complete streets
Florida Roundabout Tip Card
Modern roundabouts are a proven way to increase the safety of intersections and have many applications in Complete Streets projects. This Tip Card from FDOT's Alert Today/Alive Tomorrow program describes the benefits of roundabouts and how to use them
FDOT's Roundabout information site. Includes FAQs, policy and design information
FDOT's DRAFT context-based freight design standards to help implementing agencies apply context-sensitive solutions regarding effective and efficient goods movement throughout the region
FDOT District 5 has prepared a Multimodal Planning Guidebook to help communities tie land use planning and transportation into a "complete street." While written for District 5, it could be applied elsewhere in Florida as well
An online tool to help visualize alternative configurations for complete streets. You can "drag and drop" elements in various combinations to give your street a "makeover" for greater livability!