EMERGENCY TRAVEL ALERT:
For information on the current situation, please visit the following - Alerts.
Systems Implementation Office / Office Division / SUN Trail Program /
Funding from the SUN Trail program helps develop a statewide paved multi-use trail system of high-priority (strategic) corridors and connections for bicyclists and pedestrians, physically separated from the road. This SUN Trail network is a refined version of the Florida Greenways and Trails System Plan’s Land Trail Priority network. Implementing projects in the SUN Trail network increases the reliability of Florida’s transportation system.
Learn more about completed SUN Trail funded construction projects.
In compliance with State statute, the FDOT maintains a Five-Year Adopted Work Program (AWP) that includes the tentative list of all financially feasible transportation projects that will be funded and carried out during the next five years. Projects are identified and schedules are developed based on priorities and the allocation of funds. The AWP details and commits funding to localities for the included projects. During the annual revision cycle, projects in the AWP are considered for advancement or deferral, a new fifth year is added, and the first year drops off as projects are completed. The annual revision is known as the development of the Tentative Work Program (TWP).
Public hearings are conducted annually to give stakeholders an opportunity to learn about and comment on the TWP. Following the public hearings, FDOT submits the final draft of the TWP to the MPOs and County Commissions. After incorporating changes, it is submitted to the Florida Legislature, the Executing Office of the Governor (EOG), the Florida Transportation Commission (FTC) and the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) for consideration during the Legislative Session. In July the TWP becomes the AWP after approval of the appropriations by the Florida Legislature, budget authorization by the Governor, and signature of the FDOT Secretary. The first year of this AWP becomes the current work program year. For additional information, click here.
Pursuant to Section 216.179, F.S. if the Governor vetoes a specific appropriate, FDOT must not authorize expenditures (state, federal, or local funds) or implement in any manner vetoed projects. Therefore, it is possible the AWP would not reflect projects identified in the TWP. For additional information, click here.
SUN Trail Adopted Work Program FY 2019/2020 – 2023/2024- Detailed Map and Table Set
SUN Trail Adopted Work Program FY 2019/2020 – 2023/2024 – At-A-Glance Map and Tables of Projects
Effective July 1 each year.
*An allocation to one project phase is not a guarantee of commitment to allocations for future project phases.
The tentative work program encompasses the five years after the current work program year. After approval, on July 1, the tentative work program becomes the adopted work program. The first year of this adopted work program becomes the current work program year.
The Tentative Work Program through Fiscal Years 2024/2025 is currently under development.
SUN Trail Adopted Work Program FY 2018/2019 – 2022/2023 – Detailed Map and Table Set
SUN Trail Adopted Work Program FY 2018/2019 – 2022/2023 – At-A-Glance Maps and Table of Projects
SUN Trail Adopted Work Program FY 2017/2018 – 2020/2021 – Detailed Map and Table Set
SUN Trail Adopted Work Program FY 2017/2018 – 2020/2021 – At-A-Glance Maps and Table of Projects
SUN Trail Adopted Work Program FY 2016/2017 – Detailed Map and Table Set
SUN Trail Adopted Work Program FY 2016/2017 At-A-Glance Map and Table of Projects
Florida Department of Transportation
Safety, Mobility, Reliability