It was Friday, February 1, 1985, when Barbara Sarff Kelleher first walked into work and assumed the duties as the Public Information Officer for District Four at the Florida Department […]
To be more inclusive with a greater focus on service delivery and customer satisfaction, District Four Office of Information Technology staff collaborated and organized a successful open house on March 8, 2016.
FDOT approved the byway organization’s request to add an additional 38 miles of highway, bringing the byway length to 233 miles in Volusia, Brevard, and Indian River counties.
District Four officially celebrated the opening of its electric vehicle charging station with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, November 30. The ceremony was part of the 2015 Florida Alternative Fuel Expo co-hosted by District Four and the Southeast Florida Clean Cities Coalition.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Florida Scenic Highway Program was established by the Florida Department of Transportation in 1996 to showcase hidden jewels found along the state’s highway system. The newest addition to this collection is the Martin Grade Scenic Highway (CR 714) in Martin County.
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.
In December, Governor Rick Scott highlighted the three rural communities in Southeast Florida that will receive $3.8 million in transportation improvement funds.