Florida Department Of Transportation
If you’ve driven on I-75 lately, you’ve likely noticed the ongoing construction.
Newly released numbers show flashing light wrong way signs being tested in South Florida are showing promising results.
A UCF engineering professor has been awarded a grant to conduct a study in hopes of making driving in fog safer.
Drivers and residents in parts of downtown Miami will face some traffic tie-ups Saturday for day two of Ultra Music Festival among other events in the area.
Ultra Music Festival is in full swing and along with it have come road closures, detours and more traffic for drivers in downtown Miami.
With the Ultra Music Festival in full swing this weekend, it is important for those of us who live and work in downtown Miami to be aware of the road closures and detours.
For months residents in a Fort Lauderdale community say they dealt with two major issues — a group of sex offenders and a group of homeless people living under bridges near their homes causing problems.
Gov. Rick Scott’s drive to attract more people and businesses to Florida means the need for lots of cement and asphalt.
Florida drivers won’t have to fear highway speeding cameras any time soon, at least not while Jeff Brandes is the Senate Transportation chairman.
Gov. Rick Scott wasted little time in selecting Jim Boxold, who for the past year has been the Florida Department of Transportation’s chief of staff, to take over the top position in the agency.