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FAA Cracks Down On Use Of Recreational Drones Drones are expected to be the hot holiday item this year and that is why the Obama administration is now cracking down on the growing use of recreational drones.
Top Transportation Officials Talk About Florida's FutureSome of the nation's top transportation officials are in Florida, ready to listen to commuter needs and future concerns.
Gov. Scott Approved Anti-Trafficking Measure, Vetoes Three Bills Florida Governor Rick Scott approved an anti-trafficking measure among other items as well as vetoed three bills on Tuesday.
Airlines Bring In More Money From Bag, Reservations FeesAirlines in the United States, earning billions, are now making more on fees for checked bags and reservation changes.
Lawmakers Look At 5-Year Plan For Land, Water MoneyFlorida lawmakers might lay out future water and land preservation efforts in a 5-year plan updated annually, similar to how transportation projects are prioritized.
SunPass Hits The Road In Georgia, Possibly Other StatesCustomers of Georgia's Peach Pass system traveling Florida's Turnpike during the Thanksgiving holiday were advised, via electronic message boards, to take the "SunPass-only" lane.
Are Outrageous Tolls The Wave Of The Future?If you use the Express lanes on I-95, prepare to pay way more. The same could go for parking your car in Downtown Miami. The trend called congestive pricing is taking off.
Moms Of Accident Victims Won't Rest Until Krome Ave Is Made SafeAnthony Rodriguez, 22, also known as DJ Sonic-C, was a rising star in Miami’s club scene. Rodriguez’s friend, 20-year-old Gabriel Hernandez loved the Miami Hurricanes.
Piece Of Concrete Falls Off Old Seven Mile Bridge Parts of the historic seven mile bridge have fallen into the ocean making it dangerous for boaters near the area.
Passenger Rail Foes Meet With DOT, Scott's OfficeThe next stop for a group of wealthy opponents of a proposed Miami-to-Orlando passenger rail service is a meeting with officials behind the private venture.
Altamonte Springs Starts New Water Conservation Project The city of Altamonte Springs is breaking ground on a project which helps preserve water for irrigation.
Lawsuit Accuses FDOT Of Withholding Public Records Acting in his capacity as a litigator and not as a legislator, Rep. Matt Gaetz is accusing state transportation officials of stonewalling on a public records request made by a client seeking information about potentially dangerous guardrails.
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