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, guidance on multimodal mobility review, interchange access requests, highway capacity/Level of Service, site impact analysis, corridor development, and managed lanes.
The Shared-Use Nonmotorized (SUN) Trail program provides funding to help communities develop the statewide system of high-priority (strategic) paved trail corridors for bicyclists and pedestrians. This SUN Trail network, which includes a combination of existing, planned and conceptual multiple-use trails, is a refined version of the Florida Greenways and Trails System (FGTS) Plan’s Land Trails Priority Network. The FGTS defines the role of the statewide trail system in advancing Florida’s economy, tourism, health, transportation choices, recreation, conservation and quality of life. Implementing projects in the SUN Trail network increases the reliability of Florida’s transportation system.
The Transportation Alternatives (TA) program is intended to fund a variety of small-scale transportation projects such as pedestrian and bicycle facilities, recreational trails, Safe Routes to School projects, community improvements such as historic preservation and vegetation management, and environmental mitigation related to stormwater and habitat connectivity.
For technical assistance, contact Luke Tabbert by email or phone at (850) 414-4928.