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Agency Resources / Districts
The Florida Department of Transportation is decentralized in accordance with legislative mandates.
Each district is managed by a District Secretary. They vary in organizational structure, but in general each has major divisions for Administration, Planning, Production and Operations. Also, each district has a Public Information Office that
reports to the District Secretary and a District Chief Counsel who reports to the DOT General Counsel in Tallahassee.
District One SecretaryL.K. NandamMain Office801 N. Broadway AvenueBartow, Florida 33830-3809(800) 292-3368Southwest Area Office10041
Daniels ParkwayFt. Myers, Florida 33913(239) 225-1900
With a land area of nearly 12,000 square miles, District One represents 12 counties in Southwestern Florida. Its 2.7 million residents contribute to the 42 million miles traveled daily on its state highways. District One provides
capital grant funds to 21 public airports, including three international airports. In addition, there are 121 registered private aviation facilities in the District. The district has one deep-water seaport in operation, also
a SIS hub, which receives state grant funds from the Seaports and Intermodal programs. District One is served by 5 Railroad Companies (CSX, Evansville Western Railway, Fla Midland, South Central Fla Express, Seminole Gulf Railway),
2 excursion trains (Murder Mystery - Seminole Gulf and Florida Railroad, Parrish).
District Two SecretaryGreg EvansMain Office1109 South Marion AvenueLake City, Florida 32025-5874(800) 749-2967Jacksonville Urban Office2198
Edison AvenueJacksonville, Florida 32204-2730(800) 207-8236
District Two, in Northeastern Florida, is home to more than 1.9 million residents. Its 18 counties cover nearly 12,000 square miles. Travelers on the state highway system log more than 43.2 million miles daily. Two major transit
authorities, assisted by the FDOT, operate in the district. The area is served by two deep-water ports, three major rail lines, and 144 public and private airports.
District Three SecretaryPhillip GainerMain Office1074 Highway 90Chipley, Florida 32428-0607(888) 638-0250
District Three represents Florida's Panhandle. Its 1,402,000 residents are spread over 16 counties and 11,500 square miles. Each day motorists travel more than 26.1 million miles on state roads. Four rail lines and three deep-water
ports help move products into and out of the district. There are 80 airports to accommodate airborne travel. FDOT provides funding to assist the two major transit authorities aiding those who rely on public transportation.
BrowardIndian RiverMartinPalm BeachSt. Lucie
District Four SecretaryGerry O'ReillyMain Office3400 West Commercial BoulevardFort Lauderdale, Florida 33309(866) 336-8435
Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River counties make up District 4's 5,000 square miles. With 3,615,400 residents. Vehicles in District 4 travel more than 52.4 million miles daily. District Four is served by 90
airports, three deep-water ports, and two railroads. FDOT provides assistance to Tri-Rail (a commuter rail service), to Gold Coast Commuter Services (a commuter assistance program) and to two major transit authorities (Broward
County Transit and Palm Tran) with 319 passenger vehicles.
District Five SecretaryJared PerdueMain Office719 South Woodland BoulevardDeLand, Florida 32720 (800) 780-7102
District Five is one of the fastest growing areas of the state. It covers nine counties; Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Marion, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Sumter and Volusia. It spans nearly 9,000 square miles, and is home to over 4,100,000
residents who log more than 67.3 million miles a day on state maintained highways and 125.9 million vehicle miles daily on all roads within the District Five region. The area is also served by seven transit authorities, one
passenger rail line, four freight rail lines, one deep-water port, 25 public use and 133 private use airports and is home to Space Florida.
District Six SecretaryJim WolfeMain Office1000 N.W. 111 AvenueMiami, Florida 33172(800) 435-2368
District Six encompasses Miami-Dade and Monroe counties in South Florida. The district is home to 2,550,220 people. Its roads are traveled more than 30.8 million miles daily. As of December 31, 2009, daily vehicle miles traveled
(DVMT) on state roads for the district is 31,559.8. In 2008, for all public roads in the district, it is 56.7 million DVMT. FDOT provides funding assistance to Miami-Dade Transit, which operates 893 buses in the district and
the City of Key West Department of Transportation, which operates 17 buses. The area is also served by seven public airports, 78 private airports, two rail lines, and two deep-water ports: the Port of Miami and the Port of
District Seven SecretaryDavid GwynnMain Office11201 N. Malcolm McKinley DriveTampa, Florida 33612-6403(800) 226-7220
District Seven, with a land area of nearly 3,332 square miles, District Seven represents five counties with 2,884,600 residents in the Tampa Bay area. Drivers in the district travel more than 33.6 million miles daily. FDOT provides
capital and operating assistance to three major transit authorities in the district. Forty-two airports, two deep-water ports and one major rail line also operate in the Bay area.
Turnpike Enterprise DirectorNicola LiquoriMain Office
Physical AddressMile Post 263, Turkey Lake Service PlazaBuilding 5315Ocoee, FL 34761(407) 532-3999Mailing AddressP.O. Box 613069Ocoee, FL 34761Florida’s Turnpike Operations Center
Physical Address:Milepost 65, Pompano Beach Service PlazaPompano Beach, FL 33069Mailing AddressP.O. Box 9828Fort Lauderdale, FL 33310-9828
Turnpike WebsiteSunPass Website
Created in 2002, Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (FTE) pursues the best private-sector business practices while protecting public-sector interests. FTE encompasses the Turnpike System, which includes the Mainline/State Road 91 and 10 expansion facilities; all FDOT-owned toll roads and bridges, such as Alligator Alley, Pinellas Bayway, Sunshine Skyway Bridge and Wekiva Parkway; and FDOT-operated toll roads and bridges, including the Garcon Point Bridge, Mid-Bay Bridge and Spence Parkway.
FTE reinvests its revenues into operations and maintenance costs, preservation of the infrastructure, paying annual debt service on Turnpike bonds, and providing improvements in safety, technology, customer service, capacity and access. Three million customers use Florida’s Turnpike System daily, preferring “The Less Stressway.”
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