Geographic Information System
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a standard technology commonly used by the Florida Department of Transportation to support transportation decision making. This office supports an organization-wide framework for the governance of GIS technology that facilitates effective management, communication and collaboration of shared geospatial data and resources.
What is GIS
A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer based system for capturing, storing, integrating, manipulating, analyzing and displaying data related to positions of items on the earth’s surface (Department of State, Electronic Recordkeeping Rule, Rule No: 1B-26.003 Florida Administrative Code). GIS technology supports graphical analysis of geo-referenced data and enhances the quality of the Florida Department of Transportation's (FDOT) information assets.
Transportation Technology Partners
The Surveying and Mapping Office leads statewide surveying and mapping efforts through spatial technology expertise in support of Florida's transportation system. This office supports surveying and mapping activities statewide by providing policies, procedures, guidelines, and training.
Transportation Data and Analytics
The Transportation Data and Analytics (TDA) Office is the FDOT's central clearinghouse and principal source for highway, traffic, travel time, multimodal, and freight and passenger data information. We provide the data and information that supports the mission of the FDOT to ensure mobility for people and goods.
The Data Systems Support section is responsible for providing technical support for the mission of the Civil Integrated Management Office and other agency directed technology and data initiatives.
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GIS Program Manager
605 Suwannee St Tallahassee, FL 32399