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Florida Department of Transportation

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  • Palm Beach County highway, transit projects at risk if federal money runs out

    Improvements to an Interstate 95 interchange, a Boca Raton trail and upgrades to a couple of Palm Tran bus routes are at risk as federal tax money that helps pay for transportation projects is in danger of running out.
  • SunRail mobile app still not ready to go

    SunRail mobile app still not ready to go
    Three months after SunRail trains started running, the Florida Department of Transportation is still working on a mobile app and website data to give riders better access to schedule information. SunRail launched May 1 to large crowds, serving a route...

    Alligator Alley rest stop to open in August

    Q: When will the new rest stop at mile marker 63 on Alligator Alley be completed and open? Bernie Conti, Davie A: The rest area, which will include a new base for rescue workers, should re-open by the end of August. It's located about 13 miles west of...

    Broward County highway, transit projects at risk if federal money runs out

    Fort Lauderdale's Wave streetcar, express toll lane projects on Interstate 75 and new sidewalks are at risk as federal tax money that helps pay for transportation projects is in danger of running out. Congress is moving swiftly to shore up a budget...

    SunRail, parkway at risk if federal money runs out

    SunRail, parkway at risk  if federal money runs out
    Federal tax money that pays for roads and passenger trains all over the country, including the Wekiva Parkway and SunRail in metro Orlando, will run out in just a few weeks unless Congress finds billions of extra dollars. If Congress goes into its five-...