Thanks to our pro-growth policies, focus on job creation, and the work of Florida’s public servants, our state has made a great economic turnaround over the last three years.
This month, Governor Rick Scott announced at JAXPORT that FDOT will receive $8.8 billion in the “It’s Your Money Tax Cut Budget,” to make strategic transportation improvements throughout the state.
The Florida Department of Transportation has been awarded this year’s title of Owner of the Year by ENR Southeast for the department’s innovation and commitment to financing and building outstanding projects.
Public-private partnerships have become nearly standard procedure in recent years in the Sunshine State’s DOT. Ananth Prasad is the leading voice for FDOT and its partners to embrace more innovative financing.
FDOT and the Tampa Port Authority came together to hold the commemorative “Run the Connector 5K” to celebrate the approaching opening of the I-4/Selmon Expressway Connector project in Tampa.
This year celebrates the centennial anniversary of the world’s first scheduled airline flight that took place on January 1, 1914, launching the birth of the global airline industry.
The CW18/WESH Media “Crew” is now officially powered by Alert Today Alive Tomorrow. This partnership, which began in November 2013, includes on location reporting across Central Florida.
With our unemployment rate below the national average and more private sector jobs being created every month, Floridians across the state are enjoying the benefits of our recent economic turnaround.
Several members of the Tampa Maintenance office went to Frost Elementary for the Great American Teach-In to show off maintenance equipment and describe the mission of the Florida Department of Transportation.
FDOT conducted a week-long campaign focused on pedestrian safety at the Florida State and University of Florida campuses. These events were geared towards promoting awareness of pedestrian and bicycle safety.
FDOT and Martin County opened the new Veterans Memorial Bridge to vehicle and pedestrian traffic late Friday, December 21.