The Systems Implementation Office is responsible for the Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) through the development and implementation of the SIS Policy Plan and the SIS Funding Strategy. The Systems Implementation Office also develops policies, procedures,
tools, training and technical assistance for planning level traffic studies including access management, level of service standards, roadway designations and interchange access requests. The Shared-Use Nonmotorized (SUN) Trail Program and the Transportation
Alternatives (TA) Program are also managed by this office.
|Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) Implementation|
|The Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) is a statewide network of high-priority transportation facilities, including the state's largest and most significant airports, spaceports, deepwater seaports, freight rail terminals, passenger rail and intercity bus terminals, rail corridors, waterways, and highways. These facilities represent the state's primary means for moving people and freight within Florida's diverse regions, as well as between Florida and other states and nations.|
|The Systems Management section provides Districts with policy and procedures for access management, lane repurposing, guidance on multimodal mobility review, interchange access requests, highway capacity/Level of Service, site impact analysis, corridor development, managed lanes, SUN Trail, and Transportation Alternatives Program.|