Join the Florida Teen Safe Driving Coalition

The Florida Teen Safe Driving Coalition is governed by a 47-member coalition comprised of Florida state and local agencies, private sector businesses, and non-profit organizations. The goal? We’re all working together to reach “Vision Zero” – zero road fatalities and serious injury crashes in Florida.

Coalition Members are active participants who are expected to:

  • Attend 50% of the quarterly (two of the four) coalition meetings and actively participate (Hotel costs are covered through our grant with Florida Department of Transportation)
  • Provide assistance to overcome barriers and solve problems;
  • Provide guidance on future programs and activities;
  • Serve as representatives of the FTSDC in their communities;
  • Volunteer to participate on one of the three strategic plan goal groups, and serve as an action step leader to ensure the action/activity is implemented.

Become an Official Member

We’re looking for passionate teen traffic safety advocates to join the Florida Teen Safe Driving Coalition! If you are able to meet the above criteria, and want to make a positive difference in your community; we want YOU on our team!

About the FTSDC

The Florida Teen Safe Driving Coalition (FTSDC) Official Charter document will tell you more about the vision, mission, and goals of the FTSDC. You can read our Organizational Structure document to learn more about team involvement, volunteer structure, and overall teen traffic safety focus goals of the Coalition.

View the Teen Strategic Highway Safety Plan

The FTSDC met in December 2017, February 2018, and August 2018 to identify and prioritize the state’s most pressing teen safe driving issues and develop this Teen Safe Driving Strategic Plan. This plan is designed to maximize the State’s ability to reduce the human and economic consequences of crashes involving teen drivers. All members of the FTSDC were an integral part of the process of developing, refining, and approving this strategic plan and the associated action plan in Appendix B that will guide the Coalition’s implementation efforts over the next five years.

Get to Know Our Current Members

View our Teen Driver Safety Blog