It all started with a simple request from the Courtney Campbell Causeway Scenic Highway Group to District Seven. The group had an idea for a bicycle and pedestrian trail that would span across Tampa Bay.
Each year, AASHTO Research Advisory Committee member states submit research projects to the Sweet Sixteen High Value Research competition to showcase innovative research being done across the country. Of the thirty submissions from Region 2 states, FDOT’s submission received the highest number of votes.
The U.S. DOT sent a letter recognizing Deborah Tyron’s role in the Florida Walking and Biking Safety Assessment on Silver Star Road at Pine Hills Road in District Five.
On Wednesday, June 17, Secretary Paul Steinman and District Seven staff helped unveil the first ever electric vehicle charging station to be placed at a district office.
The bi-annual event provides an opportunity for local agencies to meet members of the FDOT District Six team. It also encourages them to become familiar with the different departments that work on a daily basis to support the community infrastructure.
A $481 million project to create another piece of the South Florida Express Lane Network is starting to take shape along 15 miles of Interstate 75.
Teens from all over the state learned about existing Graduated Driver’s License laws, the benefits of safety belt use, the hazards of distracted driving and texting, reducing speeding, reducing impaired driving and underage drinking, and how to educate their peers and community leaders on these issues.