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Virtual 3rd Annual Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit 2020
Safe Roads for All Modes
Hosted by the Sarasota/Manatee MPO

As a safety measure against the spread of COVID-19 and with concern for the safety of our members, attendees and staff, the Sarasota/Manatee MPO has decided to move the 3rd Annual Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit (GCSSS) 2020 to a virtual event. This educational event focuses on how to design and implement safe and equitable transportation facilities for all modes.

The Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit presentation portal is live! Traditional and COVID-19 related presentation proposals are due by September 18, 2020, 11:59 PM ET.

TOPICS: 6 E’s of Transportation

  • Education
  • Engagement
  • Equity
  • Engineering
  • Enforcement
  • Evaluation

Although GCSSS has identified the topics above as a means to structure the agenda for the 2020 Summit, we are accepting traditional and COVID-19 related proposals.

CLICK HERE to Submit

 

Save the Date: Gulf Coast Safe Streets Summit is going virtual!

We are excited to offer you the same vibrant programming, impactful networking, and opportunities to reflect and connect over the emerging and salient topics affecting the safe streets community. The virtual conference will include our regular offerings and opportunities for engagement, including various professional development credits, breakouts, keynote, and space to connect with colleagues, federal partners, and sponsors.

We look forward to having you join us for this fully online event November 17-19. We will be reaching out with complete details and the updated program shortly. #GCSafeStreetsSummit2020

Early Bird Registration Opens September 28, 2020

CLICK HERE to Learn More

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