Governor Rick Scott joined state and local officials along with FDOT employees and the project team to highlight the start of construction of a vital I-75 widening project in Collier County.
Data experts from both the public and private sectors came together in August to share insights and best practices at the second annual Florida Transportation Data Symposium in Orlando.
To celebrate the talented individuals of District Five, Secretary Noranne Downs approved an underutilized alcove/waiting area to display employee-produced art.
Alert Today Florida and Florida’s Safe Mobility for Life Coalition partnered with the National Coalition for Safer Roads to increase driver and pedestrian safety knowledge about the dangers of running red lights.
A key piece in the U.S. 92 corridor pedestrian improvements was installed in mid-August. The pedestrian bridge will allow safe access across the highway, part of the Daytona Beach gateway.
For the first time ever, Florida has two top ten finalists nominated for America’s Transportation Awards! Everyone is able to vote online up to ten times each day through September 11, 2015.
On Thursday, July 23, District One held a preconstruction open house for the I-75/University Parkway Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI). This project is the first DDI in Florida.
FDOT’s Alert Today Alive Tomorrow campaign was back in Daytona during the 4th of July holiday weekend. This campaign is part of the statewide and year-round effort to raise awareness of the role we all play in keeping pedestrians and bicyclists safe on our roadways.
Wekiva Parkway is one of three legacy projects in District Five, and it has set the standard for environmental sensitivity. On a recent tour of sections 4A and 4B, some of those innovations really stood out.
On Wednesday, July 15, District Seven Secretary Paul Steinman and members of the district management staff were on hand at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station for the Atlas V rocket launch by United Launch Alliance.
District Seven and the City of Tampa are implementing pedestrian safety improvements on East Hillsborough Avenue. The improvements will incorporate seven new pedestrian crossings at five locations along the corridor between Nebraska Avenue and 50th Street.