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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is a decentralized agency. The Central Office establishes departmental policies, rules, procedures, and standards and ensures uniform compliance and quality performance by the districts and central office units that implement transportation programs. 

In order to provide for efficient operations and to expedite the decision making process, the operations of the Department are organized into seven districts, each headed by a district secretary, and a turnpike enterprise, headed by an executive director. The District Secretaries and the Executive Director of Turnpike Enterprise are appointed by the Secretary and serve at the pleasure of the Secretary.

To learn more about FDOT's organization and operation, please visit our Statement of Agency.

Agency Organization Charts

Central Office

Central Office's organizational management structure.

District 1

District One's organizational management structure.

District 2

District Two's organizational management structure.

District 3

District Three's organizational management structure.

District 4

District Four's organizational management structure.

District 5

District Five's organizational management structure.

District 6

District Six's organizational management structure.

District 7

District Seven's organizational management structure.

Florida's Turnpike

Florida Turnpike's organizational management structure.

Agency Structure

Overall agency's organizational management structure.