The Freight and Multimodal Operations (FMO) Office enhances Florida's economy and communities. The office is committed to providing quality transportation networks that drive commerce, bringing freight into your everyday life.
The FMO Office is responsible for assisting in the development of Florida's rail system, both passenger and freight, and championing Florida's multimodal freight programs. The team develops and implements the Florida Rail System Plan, rail safety, rail project development/management, rail research, and Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) implementation.
The FMO Office also provides leadership, policy guidance, and technical assistance to ensure efficient and effective freight movement throughout the state.
Who We Are
Located within the Office of Freight, Logistics & Passenger Operations (FLP) in the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), the Freight & Multimodal Operations (FMO) Office represents the RAIL and MOTOR CARRIER modes. Our office plays a critical role in meeting the challenges of continuing population growth and a rapidly diversifying economy, while aiming to improve the efficiency of goods-movement throughout the state of Florida.
What We Do
For rail resources, click here.
For trucking and motor carrier resources, click here.
Where We Are
The FMO office is located in FDOT’s Central Office in Tallahassee. This office is primarily dedicated to policy/procedure/plan development, quality assurance, and technical assistance. Throughout the state, the FDOT District offices provide integral
support with day-to-day operations, and rail inspectors perform safety inspections to ensure compliance.
For FDOT contacts, click here.
FDOT COVID-19 Updates:
Please see updates related to rail and multimodal freight on our Emergency Management page.
A series of Statewide Truck Parking Workshops are being scheduled to bring together the truck parking industry, including both public and private partners, to discuss how we can work collaboratively. Visit the Truck Parkingpage to find out more and register!
District Documents & Publications:
Freight infrastructure and goods movement in each of FDOT's 7 Districts is unique. Review regional efforts and projects by visiting District Documents & Publications pages.
To learn more about all freight modes, visit the new FreightMovesFlorida dashboard!