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Public Transit Office
Elizabeth (Liz) Stutts
State Transit Manager
605 Suwannee Street
Mail Station 26
Tallahassee, FL 32399
The mission of the FDOT Transit Office is to "identify, support, advance and manage cost effective, efficient and safe transportation systems and alternatives to maximize the passenger carrying capacity of surface transportation facilities." The FDOT Transit Office consists of three sections (Grants Administration; Transit Operations; Transit Planning) each of which has specific areas of responsibility.
Assessing the Impacts of SunRail Stations on Property Values and Development
Posted March 2019
This Study examines property value changes and development related tax revenues associated with the new SunRail commuter rail system in the Orlando Metropolitan Area
Understanding Ridership Trends in Transit
Posted February 2019
This report explores how ridership trends have changed in recent years and factors that are influencing transit ridership today, nationally and specifically in Florida.
2018 Florida Transit Information and Performance Handbook
Posted: December 2018
This handbook provides a synopsis of Florida's 31 urban fixed-route transit systems performance data.
Guidance for Preparing and Reviewing Transit Development Plans (TDPs)
Posted: October 2018
This handbook is intended to guide transit agencies as they conduct major or annual TDP updates and information for reviewing TDP's.
2018 Transit Technology Primer and Tool
Posted: August 2018
This Transit Technology Primer Document and the accompanying Transit Technology Assessment Framework Tool (TTAFT) are intended to be resources for transit agencies in researching traditional and emerging transit technologies. This application is a synthesis of the policy and regulatory framework surrounding transit technology; past and ongoing research, prototype, and pilot efforts; commercially available products; and the experiences of transit agencies.
To access the Transit Technology Assessment Framework Tool, click on the link above and use the following instructions:
1. Download the zip file containing the tool from the FDOT website into a local folder.
2. Right click the zip file and then select "Extract All…" and select a location to extract the files to.
3. Finally, run the "setup.exe" file in the folder where the files were extracted to.
This will extract all the necessary files to run the FDOT Transit Technology Assessment Framework Tool and Primer and place a shortcut on your Desktop to access the tool.
Florida Department of Transportation
Safety, Mobility, Reliability