Shifting Narratives to Prevent Bicyclist & Pedestrian Deaths

Shifting Narratives to Prevent Bicyclist & Pedestrian Deaths Self-Paced Course   Course Overview: This self-paced, online course teaches journalists, law enforcement officers, and transportation professionals how we might tap into what we know about language in order to shift the narrative and prevent bicyclist and pedestrian deaths. More specifically, Journalists will learn new ways to…

CUTR Researcher Jason Jackman teaches bicycle safety to USF students

  CUTR Researcher Jason Jackman teaches bicycle safety to USF students “Sustainable Transportation teaches students there is another cadence to roadway design, speed, and transportation network mentality.” Jason Jackman has been riding his bike around Tampa for over 20 years. “Growing up around Northdale and Carrollwood, my brother and I would ride our bikes everywhere.…

Extent of Changes in Pedestrian and Bicyclist Attitudes and Behaviors Directly after a Complete Streets Project in Florida

At the 2016 Transportation Research Board 95th Annual Meeting, the poster entitled “Extent of Changes in Pedestrian and Bicyclist Attitudes and Behaviors Directly after a Complete Streets Project in Florida” was presented. The Tampa Bay area is ranked nationally as one of the least walkable metro areas in the United States, and the Fletcher Avenue corridor…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Carpooling Without the Car – Walking School Bus and Bicycle Train Program

October 20, 2011 The purpose of the Safe Routes to School program is to encourage walking and biking as a healthy and safe transportation mode, and to relieve concerns parents and schools may have with students walking and bicycling to school. Some key issues for why parents won’t let their children in Florida and other…