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.
District One Secretary Billy Hattaway received the prestigious John Nolen Medal from the Florida Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism during their annual summit in Orlando.
Crossing guard programs and agencies throughout the state held events to show appreciation for their guards on this year’s Crossing Guard Appreciation Day.
Pinellas County Commissioner Karen Seel was recognized by the Board of County Commission (BOCC) for her accomplishments as a Chairman of the BOCC and Chairman of the Metropolitan Planning Organization.
Governor Rick Scott announced the departure of Secretary Ananth Prasad on January 2, 2015. The Florida Transportation Commission will begin the process of identifying candidates as the future secretary.
Every year since 1994, GOVERNING has honored individual state and local government officials for outstanding accomplishment by naming them Public Officials of the Year. District One Secretary Billy Hattaway is a 2014 Honoree.
Jim Lane has been with FDOT, Office of Comptroller for 28 and a half years. He represents true Sustained Exceptional Performance and has been a constant and reliable resource.
At the 2014 TransComm event hosted by the Arizona Department of Transportation in Scottsdale, honors were awarded to the best transportation communication projects among all the DOTs in the nation in the annual Skills Contest.
On Thursday, August 14, Governor Rick Scott visited the Lakeland National Guard Armory and honored nearly 300 veterans with the Florida Governor’s Veterans Service Award.
District Two recognized Patriot Day 2014 in a unified observance on September 11. For the first time, all district offices participated in a coordinated and simultaneous event.
The Florida Department of Transportation received three regional awards in the 2014 America’s Transportation Awards competition: