Thanks in part to the help of our dedicated public servants, more than 1,700 veterans were presented with the Governor’s Veterans Service Award during honor ceremonies in Florida.
The Altamonte Springs-FDOT Integrated Reuse and Stormwater Treatment project, is a state and local effort to divert runoff water from Interstate 4, store it, treat it, and then send it to areas where it is needed for irrigation.
On Thursday, June 5, District Seven Secretary Paul Steinman had the honor of throwing the first pitch at the Tampa Bay Rays/Florida Marlins “Citrus Series’ game at Tropicana Field.
A new SunPass-only exit ramp opened to traffic the morning of June 23 for southbound Turnpike motorists headed west on Hollywood/Pines Boulevard.
The Florida Teen Safe Driving Coalition (FTSDC) and FDOT conducted the second annual Leadership Academy to teach teens how to drive safely and help create safe driving campaigns for their communities.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is encouraging State of Florida employees to sign-up to receive AMBER and Missing Child Alerts.
We recently reached a great victory when the It’s Your Money Tax Cut Budget was signed into law. With the support of Florida’s public servants, our state has experienced incredible growth during the past three years.
On May 1, SunRail got out of the gates and onto the tracks with the start of free service for the first 12 days of operation.
District Seven’s Lee Royal had the opportunity to represent FDOT at the 2014 American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) black-tie gala awards program and dinner.
On May 19, U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx visited the I-275 widening project, located right in the heart of the Tampa Bay region.
BioNitrogen Holdings Corp. held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the site of the company’s proposed cleantech biomass gasification plant that will create urea fertilizer in Hendry County.