The mission of the FDOT Transit Office is to "identify, support, advance and manage cost effective, efficient and safe transportation systems and alternatives to maximize the passenger carrying capacity of surface transportation facilities." The FDOT Transit Office consists of three sections: Grants and Procurement, Transit Operations, and Transit Planning, each of which has specific areas of responsibility.
In partnership with public transportation providers statewide, the FDOT Public Transit Office strives to provide reliable , safe, and cost effective access to those who live, work, learn, and play in Florida. Our vision is to create a better travel experience with viable and reliable options to driving for residents and visitors to Florida.
Creating Location Partnerships to End Human Trafficking | AGENDA
September 8, 2022 | 11AM
At this digital event, Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) seeks to bring together key bus, transit and casino industry stakeholders, along with local Indigenous leaders, law enforcement and government agencies, to work jointly to close loopholes to human traffickers. The event is intended to engage leaders who can leverage their local workforce in the state of Florida and is co-hosted by the Florida Office of the Attorney General, Florida Department of Transportation, Hard Rock/Seminole Gaming, American Gaming Association, Florida Public Transportation Association and Florida Motorcoach Association.
Rail~Volution | REGISTRATION
October 30 - November 2
The annual Rail~Volution conference focuses on the interplay of transit, connected mobility options, land use, and development in building great places to live. Join practitioners, leaders, and advocates from communities across the United States and Canada. Share best practices, real-world solutions, and innovative approaches to the challenges that face cities and regions of every size.
Interim State Transit Manager
Assistant State Transit Manager
605 Suwannee St Tallahassee, FL 32399