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State Environmental Management Office

Office Manager
Ken Morefield
Manager

605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399

Tel: 850-414-4447
Fax: 850-414-4443
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Welcome

The role of the FDOT State Environmental Management Office (SEMO) is to develop and ensure the implementation of quality environmental policies, procedures and practices in the development of transportation improvements through each of the Department's core processes: plan, produce, deliver and maintain. Establish policy and procedures to ensure implementation of environmental programs and initiatives of the Department. Coordinate with federal and state environmental resource and regulatory agencies in the development and implementation of environmental processes and procedures consistent with environmental laws and regulations to assist the Department in achieving its mission.

News

Weekly Briefs, August 31, 2015
Modes Less Traveled — Bicycling and Walking to Work in the United States: 2008–2012 - Rethinking Urban Traffic Congestion to Put People First - Vehicle Safety Inspections: Improved DOT Communication Could Better Inform State Programs - Strengthening Skills Training and Career Pathways Across the Transportation Industry - Bicycle and Pedestrian Funding, Design, and Environmental Review: Addressing Common Misconceptions - The Transportation Planning Process Briefing Book

Weekly Briefs, August 24, 2015
2015 Urban Mobility Scorecard - Driving Cessation and Health Outcomes in Older Adults - Public Transportation Embracing Open Data - When Are Bus Lanes Warranted?

Weekly Briefs, August 17, 2015
Twenty-Four Hour Peaking Relationship to Level of Service - Social Costs and Benefits of Regulating Carbon Emissions - Large Trucks Safety Facts

Weekly Briefs, August 10, 2015
Current DBE Practices on Design-Build Projects and Other Alternative Project Delivery Methods - America’s Roughest Rides and Strategies to Make our Roads Smoother - Lives Saved by Vehicle Safety Technologies and Associated Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, 1960 to 2012 - Understanding Smart Growth Savings

Weekly Briefs, August 3, 2015
Accessible Transit Services for All - Cities Safer by Design - Traffic Safety Facts: Pedestrians - Attracting Infill Development in Distressed Communities - Mapping to MMUCC

Weekly Briefs, July 27, 2015
Safety in Transportation Planning - Affordable Housing as a Climate Strategy - Rural/Urban Safety Facts - - National Child Restraint Use - Economic and Development Implications of Transportation Disinvestment

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