Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)
The FDOT mission is to provide a safe transportation system that ensures the mobility of people and goods, enhances economic prosperity and preserves the quality of our environment and communities. The FDOT vision is to serve the people of Florida by delivering a transportation system that is fatality and congestion free.
FDOT's 511 Traveler Information System is a free phone and Internet resource that provides English and Spanish real-time traffic information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on all Florida interstate highways, Florida's Turnpike and major metropolitan roadways in the state. The statewide system provides information on commuter travel times, construction, lane closures, crashes, congestion and severe weather affecting traffic. Callers can also access public transit, airport and seaport information. In the event of an emergency, 511 provides information on road closures and evacuation information.
FDOT operates a statewide program known as SunGuide to manage and maintain the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) of our region. ITS is the application of advanced integrated technologies that manages our surface transportation systems to improve mobility and safety along our roadways and to provide motorists with reliable traveller information.
South Florida Commuter Services (SFCS)
SFCS, a project of the FDOT, offers a range of programs geared to encourage ridesharing to ease traffic congestion on South Florida's roadways. These services include: carpool/vanpool ride matching, telecommuting, the Emergency Ride Home program, Employer Transportation incentive programs and the Top Businesses for Commuters Campaign, recognizing employers that provide outstanding transportation benefits.
Broward County Transit
Broward County Transit (BRT) is the number one transportation option for getting around Broward County. BCT can take you practically anywhere you want to go - work, schools, shopping, libraries, parks, and other places of interest. The site provides links to Miami-Dade and Palm Beach transit systems as well as to Tri-Rail.
95 Express Lanes
The I-95 corridor serves as a vital transportation link and carries an average of 250,000 to 300,000 vehicles per day in the tri-county area. In an effort to provide new and enhanced mobility options for motorists and transit users in the region, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has begun to provide toll lanes on I-95 from I-395 in Miami-Dade County to I-595 in Broward County.
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