By 2030, there will be approximately four to five million new Florida drivers commuting on our roads. Along with the one million visitors that come to our state each year, it’s estimated that there will be more than 150 million daily vehicle miles added to Florida roads. In addition to highways, Florida also moves people and goods with a labyrinth of railways, seaports, airports and space ports, all interconnected to provide services and goods that grow our economy. Whether it’s the more than 1,000 miles of coastlines and more than 3,000 miles of highways, Florida’s transportation infrastructure relies on capable investments in order to keep our economy flowing and keep Floridians safe. The Florida Chamber will keep fighting to prevent attempting raids to the State Transportation Trust Fund for non-transportation purposes. The future health and prosperity of all Floridians is advanced with creating and maintaining sustainable and reliable infrastructure systems.

Capitol Update: Ridesharing

Christopher Emmanuel

As the Florida Legislature gathered for its first week of committee meetings for the New Year, the Florida Chamber was honored to stand with Senator Jeff Brandes (R-St. Petersburg) Read More

Florida’s Transportation Future

Florida Chamber of Commerce

By Doug Wheeler President and CEO, Florida Ports Council Florida’s transportation systems are vital to our growing economy. As Florida plans for six million more Floridians b Read More

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