FTP Vision Element
Florida Transportation Plan
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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.
The Vision Element of the Florida Transportation Plan (FTP) is available! The Vision Element describes the vision for Florida’s transportation system over the next 50 years and is intended to engage partners and the public in a conversation about the future. The 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.
The Florida Department of Transportation hosted an FTP/SIS Open House in conjunction with TRANSPLEX in August. Participants were given the opportunity to share their thoughts about the Florida Transportation Plan and Strategic Intermodal System Policy Plan. Those who attended were given the opportunity to provide input, ask questions, and discuss their innovative ideas about Florida’s transportation future at eight unique stations. Three experts in the field of transportation innovation, Rich Biter with FDOT, Mark Bontrager with Space Florida, and Harry Barley with MetroPlan Orlando each discussed a different aspect of Florida’s transportation future. Please visit the Open House tab for more information.
The Miami Regional Workshop has been rescheduled for Thursday, September 24, 2015. The Regional workshop 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 Workshop. Please refer to the Regional Workshop Tab for more information.