The Freight Mobility and Trade Plan (FMTP) relies on a large amount of data, and these systems and conditions are much more fluid than a long range plan. The FMTP Data Warehouse allows FDOT to continually update the data that supports the FMTP to remain a dynamic plan. Click here to access the complete FMTP Data Warehouse, or use the buttons below to access individual interactive map and dashboard applications.

Florida’s freight systems and assets are essential to the efficient movement of goods and commodities across all modes within the state. Florida’s transportation system serves a diverse range of needs when it comes to freight by providing for the movement of goods across local, regional, interstate, and international integrated multimodal networks. Technical Memorandum 2 includes more detailed discussions on freight transportation assets, related industries, and commodity flows. Click the buttons below to open interactive maps and dashboards:

Systems and Assets

Freight Intensive Areas

Truck Parking Supply

Performance measures are indicators of progress toward attaining a goal, objective or target. A set of freight performance measures was developed consistent with the FDOT performance measures program, which informed the FMTP project prioritization process. Interactive maps were created to monitor freight system performance on a continual basis. Technical Memorandum 3 includes more detailed discussions on freight performance and conditions, and discusses associated trends. Technical Memorandum 4  Click the buttons below to open interactive maps and dashboards:

Pavement Conditions

Truck Bottlenecks

Truck Crashes

Truck Empty Back Haul

Truck Volume


Data Package

In addition to the interactive maps and dashboards, the data used to build FMTP maps is available below:

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Freight Analysis Framework 

Commodity flows information comes from the Freight Analysis Framework (FAF). FAF is produced through a partnership between the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and integrates data from a variety of sources to create a comprehensive picture of freight movement among states and major metropolitan areas by all modes of transportation. 

More information on this data source is available here: