Office of Policy Planning
Abbreviations in this issue:
- Automated Vehicles: Policy Implications Scoping Study - This study seeks to understand how automated vehicles will change the transportation system, identify implications on state and local transportation providers, determine future research needs, and understand emerging policy issues.
- Traffic Safety Trends: State legislative Action 2013 - This report examines occupant protection, distracted driving, driver licensing, impaired driving, aggressive driving, speed limits, motorcycle helmets, automated enforcement, school bus safety, and pedestrian and bicycle safety.
- Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities by State - This report examines pedestrian fatalities and injuries from 2000 to 2013 among the state, explains the REASONS FOR RECENT FLUCTUATIONS IN PEDESTRIAN DEATHS, and discusses APPROACHES TO REDUCING PEDESTRIAN INJURIES.
- Repair Priorities 2014: Transportation spending strategies to save taxpayer dollars and improve roads - This report analyzes road conditions and spending priorities in all 50 states as well as the District of Columbia. The update also assesses how these priorities have changed since the release of the first edition in 2011.
- Testimony: Public-Private Partnerships for Highway Projects -This testimony addresses the potential role of the private sector in two aspects of carrying out highway projects: the financing of projects and the provision of highways.
- Miscellaneous Reports
- APTA Fourth Quarter 2013 Ridership Report - This publication highlights mass transit ridership of each state's top ten transit agencies in the 4th quarter of 2013 and compares it with that of 2012. Ridership in most of Florida's top ten transit agencies saw an increase from 2012.
- Caution Ahead: Overdue Investments for New York’s Aging Infrastructure - This report provides a comprehensive examination of New York City’s current infrastructure vulnerabilities.
For further information contact Monica Zhong or phone (850) 414-4808