Florida Public Transportation Association
FPTA is one of the most active state transit associations in the nation. We represent urban and rural systems across our state, with our programs providing over 231 million fixed route trips to Florida residents and visitors, and an additional 11 million paratransit trips.
Transit Tuesday Webinars
Ten State Associations across the country are combining efforts and leveraging resources to bring additional training over the next several weeks to their members. These webinars are for members of the following Associations: AZTA, CALACT, CASTA, FPTA, IPTA, PPTA, SWTA, TPTA, VTA and WSTA.
The next webinar – “Diversity & Inclusion Committees: Does Your Agency Have One? Does Your Agency Need One?” will be held on November 24, 2020 @ 12:00pm (EST).
2020 Annual Conference
The conference platform will be available to all registrants after the event for up to 1 year. The same login link/password you used during the event applies.
Session recordings are now available!
2020 FPTA Awards
2020 Marketing Awards
FDOT and CUTR have developed a guidance document that agencies should review if designing and installing temporary barriers to limit operator exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Since there are many safety factors to consider when designing and installing these barriers,...
Thank you to CTAA for developing the following set of COVID-19 safety protocols (PDF) by collecting — in a single place — all of the guidance from a variety of federal agencies. Where no (or limited) actual guidance is available, CTAA has collected the best practical...
FTA Safety Advisory 20-01: Recommended Actions to Reduce the Risk of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) Among Transit Employees and Passengers
This Safety Advisory recommends that transit agencies develop and implement procedures and practices consistent with all applicable guidance and information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a series of coronavirus guidance documents for transit agencies. Topics include how employers and employees can protect transportation staff from exposure, guidance for cleaning and proper use of...
FDOT has responded to several questions regarding Governor DeSantis's Executive Order 20-91. Please view this guidance here. Additionally, on behalf of FDOT, CUTR has prepared 'COVID-19 - Emergency Management Tips and Practices for Bus Transit Systems' here.
Please see the attached Executive Order from Governor DeSantis issuing a stay at home order for the entire state of Florida. There are exceptions listed in the order and the stay at home order takes effect on 12:01 AM April 03, 2020.