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Alternative Transportation Education

Course Highlights

  • BikeThree-hour course conducted by trainers certified by the League of American Bicyclists or the Florida Bicycle Association.
  • Interactive course using PowerPoint, video, and print materials.
  • Classes regularly offered in Orange and Seminole Counties.
  • Explain benefits of alternate modes of travel if license is suspended/revoked
  • Offenders less likely to get behind the wheel.
  • Increases individual's awareness of their non-driving options to make them better drivers, aware of pedestrians and bicyclists, better drivers for when they do get back behind the wheel.


 Class Schedule  Weekend or Friday evening enrollments will need to pickup certificate the following business day.
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4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Spanish 1 Day  Map Orlando, FL
5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
English 1 Day  Map Orlando, FL
4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Spanish 1 Day  Map Orlando, FL


Purpose of Alternative Transportation Education (ATE):

This course was designed for individuals who should be utilizing methods of transportation other than personal vehicles. The ATE course outlines and describes alternate transportation options and identifies their benefits and limitations. The ATE course may be court ordered.

Alternative Transportation Education Goal:

The ultimate goal of the Alternative Transportation Education (ATE) course is to provide education to individuals regarding various types of commuting options. Often times these individuals do not have access to a vehicle, or do not have the ability to drive due to a suspended or revoked license.

Course Content:

  • Benefits and limitations of using the public transit systems.
  • Benefits and limitations of bicycling.
  • Benefits and limitations of walking.
  • Traffic laws and the meanings of traffic signs and symbols.
  • Limits of perception.
  • Crash types and avoidance.
  • Seeing and being seen.
  • Interchanges, pedestrian crossings.
  • Riding bicycles on city streets, designated bike lanes and trails.


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