Turnpike Tentative Five-Year Work Program
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
Office: Milepost 263 Turkey Lake Service Plaza Bldg. 5315 Ocoee, FL. 34761
Welcome to Florida's Turnpike Enterprise Tentative Five-Year Work Program
About The Work Program
The Five-Year Work Program is the result of an ongoing process that prioritizes and funds upcoming transportation system improvements during the next five fiscal years. The work program provides clear direction on what projects to include, when and where to build projects, and how to fund projects. Florida’s Turnpike Five-year Work Program is developed from a combination of toll and concession revenues and from bond proceeds obtained by leveraging those revenues.
To review the Turnpike’s Tentative Work Program Summaries by FDOT District, please access the Documents Quick Link HERE.
Turnpike projects will be presented at public hearings for Districts 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7. Please visit the district pages to learn the dates and times for each public hearing.
About Florida's Turnpike Enterprise
Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise, referred to as the Enterprise or FTE, is the tolling entity for the Florida Department of Transportation.
Created in 2002, the Enterprise pursues best private-sector business practices while protecting public-sector interests. FTE encompasses the Turnpike System, which includes the Mainline and 10 expansion facilities; all FDOT-owned toll roads and bridges, such as Alligator Alley, Pinellas Bayway, Sunshine Skyway Bridge and Wekiva Parkway; and FDOT-operated toll roads and bridges, including the Garcon Point Bridge, Mid-Bay Bridge and Spence Parkway.
FTE reinvests its revenues into operations and maintenance costs, preservation of the infrastructure, paying annual debt service on Turnpike bonds, and providing improvements in safety, technology, customer service, capacity and access. It is considered
the eighth district under FDOT. Three million customers use Florida’s Turnpike System daily, preferring “The Less Stressway."