Florida Department of Transportation FDOT

  • Agency: Florida Department of Transportation FDOT
  • Address: 605 Suwannee Street, Tallahassee, 32399-0450 FL
  • Chief:
Phone: 850-414-4100

Florida Department of Transportation FDOT is located at 605 Suwannee Street, Tallahassee, 32399-0450 FL. The Florida Department of Transportation FDOT phone number is 850-414-4100.

Florida Department of Transportation FDOT News

Do your part to stay safe when approaching law enforcement, towing, or utility vehicles. #MoveOverSlowDown

November 11–17 is National Traffic Incident Response Awareness Week. #Moveover and #slowdown for roadside responders and workers.

Thank you to everyone for making the third annual Mobility Week a success. From the partner agencies who organized events, to the local government adopting proclamations, to the elected officials who attended events, to the volunteers, and the individuals who took the pledge to try a new transportation choice, you are the reason we had a successful Mobility Week 2018. #mobilityweekfl

Today is the last day of Mobility Week and your last chance for taking the pledge to try a new transportation choice to win prizes. Take the pledge at www.mixitupchallenge.com to finish Mobility Week strong. #mobilityweekfl

Join us aboard SunRail on Friday, November 2, as we celebrate SunRail’s Rider Appreciation Day with special giveaways for 500 lucky ticketed passengers. For train times and fare information, visit SunRail.com. Take the pledge to ride the train instead of driving a car at www.mixitupchallenge.com. #mobilityweekfl

Today is Try Transit Thursday. Participating transit agencies are offering free rides all day on their regularly scheduled routes. Use this as an opportunity to travel by bus at no cost. Take the pledge at www.mixitupchallenge.com for a chance to win prizes. #mobilityweekfl

Happy Halloween! You can contribute to pedestrian safety by choosing not to drive today and if you do, watch out for children that may be out trick-or-treating after dark. If you are walking after dark, make yourself visible to motorists, by carrying a flashlight, wearing a small flashing strobe light, or wearing reflective clothing. Go to http://fdot.gov/projects/mobilityweek/Find_Your_District_Events.shtm to find out about events happening in your area this week. #mobilityweekfl

Make the switch from driving alone to using other modes of transportation and win prizes. Take the Mix-It-Up Challenge at mixitupchallenge.com. Pledge to bike during Mobility Week while enjoying the benefits of exercise, fresh air, stress relief while positively impacting our transportation system. #mobilityweekfl

During Mobility Week, why not try a new mode of transportation for your commute, shopping, and recreation? You might discover that you enjoy the extra exercise, meeting new people and saving money on fuel while you avoid sitting behind the wheel. Join us at mixitupchallenge.com. To see the transportation choices available in your area, go to http://fdot.gov/projects/mobilityweek/Find_Your_District_Transportation_Choices.shtm. #mobilityweekfl

Florida’s Mobility Week officially begins today. It is an annual collection of events to promote safe multimodal travel choices and how those choices can build stronger communities, reduce traffic congestion and improve community health. Agencies, employers, and individuals can all participate and contribute in their own way. Find out more at www.mobilityweekfl.com. #mobilityweekfl

Are you a Florida resident? By taking the pledge to try a new transportation choice, you can make a positive impact on our transportation system. Pledge to replace your short trips with walking. You may get some great ideas while reliving stress! Join us at mixitupchallenge.com. #mobilityweekfl

FDOT crews continue to repair and clean up parts of State Road 98 near Apalachicola in Northwest Florida. Crews will continue to work west, pushing further into the affected areas. We are proud of our men and women in the field and cannot say enough about their efforts.

Stay safe on Florida’s roadways with #FL511 through #Michael. Download our free app, visit FL511.com or call 511. #FLPrepares #HurricaneMichael

Florida Department of Transportation wants you to use #FL511 during all severe weather. Check FL511.com 24/7 to receive real-time traffic and travel info and emergency alerts. #HurricaneMichael