Governor Rick Scott participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for the $2.3 billion I-4 Ultimate project, which will reconstruct Interstate 4 through metro-Orlando. With roughly 1.5 million daily trips on I-4, the I-4 Ultimate project will greatly reduce congestion for travelers.
District One held a groundbreaking ceremony for the future Manatee Operations Center. The new center will consolidate the current 34 buildings with 10 buildings and a total of 52,600 square feet.
The Altamonte Springs-FDOT Integrated Reuse and Stormwater Treatment project, is a state and local effort to divert runoff water from Interstate 4, store it, treat it, and then send it to areas where it is needed for irrigation.
Governor Rick Scott and Secretary Ananth Prasad announced groundbreaking improvements and the creation of the Tampa Gateway Center at Tampa International Airport.
Governor Rick Scott announced the ground breaking and ribbon cutting of food distribution leader, Cheney Brothers Inc., in Charlotte County. Support from FDOT included an Economic Development Transportation Fund Grant, which is awarded to a local government on behalf of a business for public transportation improvements.
Governor Rick Scott joined FDOT and local officials for the Wekiva Parkway kick-off event, marking the partnership to complete the beltway around Central Florida, while protecting Florida’s environment.
“The new ICTF will allow the FEC to efficiently and effectively deliver superior transportation service between South Florida and the Southeastern United States.”