Florida Transportation Plan
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Florida's Transportation System
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is updating the Florida Transportation Plan (FTP) and the Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) Policy Plan. The FTP defines Florida’s future transportation vision and identifies goals, objectives, and strategies to accomplish that vision. The FTP is the statewide long-range transportation plan for all of Florida. The SIS Policy Plan identifies policies for planning and implementing Florida’s Strategic Intermodal System, the statewide high-priority network of transportation facilities critical to Florida’s economic competitiveness.
To support the Steering Committee, four Advisory Groups were created. These Advisory groups will provide recommendations to the Steering Committee on key issues and strategies for the update of the FTP and SIS Policy Plan. Each Advisory Group involves Steering Committee Members and other partners and stakeholders with relevant experience. The FTP/SIS Steering Committee met for the third time on May 29, 2015 in Cocoa Beach Florida. The Steering Committee heard a report from each Advisory Group Chair on key issues that were identified for further discussion. More information about the FTP/SIS Advisory Groups can be found on the Advisory Groups Tab. Details about the third Steering Committee Meeting can be found here.
The Florida Department of Transportation is hosting a series of Regional Workshops throughout the state in June 2015. FDOT has held a Transportation Visioning Summit and Regional Visioning Forums and is ready to gather your input on transportation policy. These Regional Workshops will provide an opportunity for Floridians to offer their thoughts about the state's transportation at all levels – statewide, regional, and local. There is no registration fee for the Regional Workshops. For more information about the Regional Workshops and registration, please visit the Regional Workshops Tab.