Celebrate FDOT’s centennial anniversary with the 2015 Historical Calendar. Happy New Year, and thank you for being a part of our history!
Sponsored by AASHTO, the national contest asks State DOT employees and private citizens to send in photographs and videos of people, projects, and personal experiences that demonstrate the benefits of transportation.
In April, a delegation from Brazil arrived in Tallahassee to learn about the state, federal, and local role in infrastructure planning and coastal environmental protection.
German-based, worldwide shipping giant DHL brought 28 international journalists to Port Everglades for a technical tour of Hamburg Süd’s ocean shipping operations at Florida International Terminal.
Harriet, the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) that has been digging the twin tunnels under Biscayne Bay, broke out on Watson Island on May 6, 2013 at approximately 8 a.m.
State and local funding enables JAXPORT to jump-start the final phase of fixing the navigational problems in the St. Johns River at Mile Point.
“The new ICTF will allow the FEC to efficiently and effectively deliver superior transportation service between South Florida and the Southeastern United States.”
Governor Scott applauded FDOT’s investment of $9 million to reconstruct and modernize four cruise terminals at Port Everglades.
Harriet, the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) that is digging the twin tunnels under Biscayne Bay, began excavating the westbound tunnel from PortMiami to Watson Island on October 29, 2012.