Secretary Boxold attended the Florida Chamber International Days to highlight the importance of Florida’s transportation system to our state’s economy and future growth.
This year’s event was a great success as the children learned not only how their parents contribute to FDOT, but also how the state transportation system is designed, maintained, and coordinated.
Meet Kaley, the unofficial I-4 Ultimate mascot. This four-week-old puppy was found while I-4 Ultimate crews were clearing a drainage pipe near Kaley Avenue.
Of all the thousands of participants across the country, the CarFit program recently celebrated its 50,000th driver in the state of Florida. Florida is a leader in the nation for the number of CarFit events held.
The U.S. 17-92 flyover bridge boasts 209-linear-foot beams, the longest concrete beams fabricated and installed in Florida.
FDOT District Six continued its safety outreach for distracted driving by participating in two major events in Miami-Dade County.
For the second straight year, a team of District Four employees participated in the annual Fort Lauderdale St. Patrick’s Parade. Led this year by outgoing District Secretary Jim Wolfe and his wife Andrea, the team was comprised of 22 District Four staff and family members.
In order to raise awareness and educate citizens on the dangers of work zones, FDOT collaborated with partners at the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles as well as law enforcement to drive down fatalities in work zones.
For the past five years that Jan Russo has worked for FDOT heading up the Prudential Productivity Award nominations, the agency has led the state with the most number of winning nominations each year.
SADD recently presented at a high school in Tampa on DUI and teen traffic safety. There were 1,500 teens with various non-stop events including a DUI checkpoint.
The opening of the new LeeTran Headquarters facility was planned to accommodate Lee County’s anticipated growth through 2030.