I am excited to be a part of the new Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) newsletter, Moving Florida. To kick off the first issue, I wanted to talk to you all about something near and dear to my heart — mentoring. […]
On Wednesday, April 17, 2019, Secretary Thibault announced new additions to the FDOT executive leadership team, including naming Stacy Miller as Assistant Secretary for Finance and Administration. Stacy most recently served as Director of Transportation Development in District Four. […]
The State Library has just launched a new bibliography and research guide to Transportation In Florida. This guide features highlights from the State Library’s collections pertaining to transportation.
On February 10, photographer John Moran visited FDOT Central Office to celebrate the official opening of the La Florida Wildflower photography exhibit, now displayed in the lobby of the Burns Building. Employees enjoyed the opportunity to meet John and discuss his nature photography.
FDOT, through the Southeastern Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (SASHTO), is pleased to announce the 2016 SASHTO Scholarship program. The following video explains how students of FDOT employees may submit a SASHTO Scholarship video essay.
2015 was an exciting year commemorating the department’s 100th anniversary. The department celebrated this milestone all year with special events across the state. Secretary Boxold was proud to wrap-up this historic achievement by hosting a special panel discussion with six former FDOT secretaries on December 11.
Welcome in the year 2016 with FDOT’s Historical Calendar. Download the PDF to keep important state holidays and safety campaign dates on hand all year long. Happy New Year!
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.
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 hallmarks of the national Click It or Ticket crackdown are ramped-up enforcement, meaning zero tolerance for unbuckled vehicle occupants and effective communication to all road users about the importance of safety belts.
The Florida Gubernatorial Fellows Program held its yearly Awards Reception, during which FDOT’s second gubernatorial fellow, Cody Farrill, was honored with the Jeb Bush Award for Outstanding Achievement.