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FTP SIS Policy Plan (Click the cover to download)
FTP Policy Element (Click the cover to download)
FTP Vision Element (Click the cover to download)
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.
FDOT held a statewide webinar to kick off the Draft SIS Policy Plan public comment period. If you were not able to attend, a recording will be available. Please check back soon. To provide your input on the Draft SIS Policy Plan, please click here.
FDOT would like to thank everyone that contributed to the FTP update process. The FTP Policy Element comment period is now closed and FDOT will review all of the public and partner comments received and make edits accordingly. This plan would not be possible without the extensive input from Florida’s residents, visitors, businesses, and many more partners and stakeholders. Click here to view the FTP Policy Element.
The FTP Vision Element is finalized and available for download. The FTP Vision Element describes the vision for Florida’s transportation system over the next 50 years and is intended to engage partners and public in a conversation about the future. The FTP Vision Element outlines where Florida’s transportation system has been, where it is today, and where it is going. Click here to view the FTP Vision Element.
During 2015, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and its partners worked to update the SIS Policy Plan based on the guidance provided by the FTP. This Policy Plan identifies objectives and other key policies to address changing trends and position the SIS for future opportunities. This Plan defines SIS policies to guide planning and investment decisions for the next five years.
We want to hear what you think about the Draft SIS Policy Plan. The Draft SIS Policy Plan is available for public comment until February 19, 2015. To provide your input on the Plan, please click here to complete the brief comment survey.