Manatee Operations Center staff celebrated moving into a new state of the art, energy efficient operations center in Manatee County. The $19.3 million complex replaced the old Sarasota Operations Center originally built in 1957.
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.
On Monday, June 22, 2015, the Florida Department of Transportation hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the sidewalk improvement project along SR 823/NW 57 Avenue from NW 202 Street/Honey Hill Drive to Florida’s Turnpike ramps.
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.
The U.S. 17-92 flyover bridge boasts 209-linear-foot beams, the longest concrete beams fabricated and installed in Florida.
The opening of the new LeeTran Headquarters facility was planned to accommodate Lee County’s anticipated growth through 2030.
The District Seven office and the local communities of St. Petersburg and St. Pete Beach celebrated the completion of the Pinellas Bayway Bridge (S.R. 682) with the “Bayway Bridge Bash and 5K Run.”
On May 1, SunRail got out of the gates and onto the tracks with the start of free service for the first 12 days of operation.
BioNitrogen Holdings Corp. held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the site of the company’s proposed cleantech biomass gasification plant that will create urea fertilizer in Hendry County.
Decades in the making, Cascades Park celebrated its grand opening this month across from the Florida Department of Transportation Central Office and downtown from the Capitol Building.
FDOT and the Tampa Port Authority came together to hold the commemorative “Run the Connector 5K” to celebrate the approaching opening of the I-4/Selmon Expressway Connector project in Tampa.