Governor Rick Scott participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for the $2.3 billion I-4 Ultimate project, which will reconstruct Interstate 4 through metro-Orlando. With roughly 1.5 million daily trips on I-4, the I-4 Ultimate project will greatly reduce congestion for travelers.
James A. Wolfe, District Four Secretary since May 2005, will be retiring this March after a distinguished 37 year career with the Florida Department of Transportation.
District One Secretary Billy Hattaway received the prestigious John Nolen Medal from the Florida Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism during their annual summit in Orlando.
The Dolphins Cycling Challenge is an annual two-day charity bike event benefiting cancer research. FDOT partnered with the event to increase awareness of bicycle and pedestrian safety.
Southwest Florida International Airport expects record-setting passenger traffic through March and April when FDOT’s new Direct Connect route opens to traffic, delivering efficient, time-saving travel for visitors and residents alike in the Fort Myers/Naples area.
Fort Myers area FDOT employees celebrated both Thomas Edison’s birthday and FDOT’s centennial anniversary by walking the 2.5 mile Edison Festival of Light Parade route alongside DOT 1.
To kick off Speedweeks in Daytona, Alert Today Florida hosted a bicycle ride with some hotshot “people on bikes” promoting bicycle safety.
Crossing guard programs and agencies throughout the state held events to show appreciation for their guards on this year’s Crossing Guard Appreciation Day.
This video explains how students of FDOT employees may submit a SASHTO Scholarship video essay in efforts of earning one of 26 available scholarships totaling $17,000.
New Florida Department of Transportation Secretary Jim Boxold encouraged Florida’s business community to remain focused on Florida’s global competitiveness by securing Florida’s transportation future during the Florida Chamber Foundation’s Transportation Summit.
FDOT districts are celebrating this year as the Florida Department of Transportation turns 100! Follow along with us as we reflect on our history all year long.