The Florida Chamber Foundation estimates more than six million new residents will call Florida home by 2030. In fact, Florida has officially surpassed New York as the third most populous state in the nation. That means 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 by 2030.
The latest updates on transportation in Florida
|READ the Florida Chamber’s Statement on the House Passage of Transportation Network Companies|
Florida is taking steps to ensure that the Sunshine State is not being left behind other states that have already approved ridesharing policies.
|WATCH The Florida Chamber’s Bottom Line With Beth Kigel|
“Whether it’s people or moving goods around the state of Florida, (transportation) is critically important to ensuring we continue to grow and become globally competitive.”
|READ Voice of Reason by Mark Wilson|
Florida’s focus on long-term transportation initiatives are steps in the right direction to ensure our rising population and growing economy have adequate resources.
|READ Our News Release|
Florida Chamber Foundation Transportation Summit Encourages Leaders to Prepare for Six Million New Residents & Global Transportation Leadership
|WATCH Our Florida Wins Video|
Transportation: The Path to Florida’s Future
|READ the Florida Chamber Foundation’s “Did You Know?”|
More Than 100 Million Tons of Cargo Move Through Florida Each Year?
|READ The Florida Times Union|
Innovation, Growth and the Future of Florida
By: Joe Debs, Executive Vice President, RS&H
|DOWNLOAD a Transportation & Infrastructure Investments One Pager|
Moving Florida Forward
|DOWNLOAD an Enterprise Zones One Pager|
Diversifying Florida’s Economy
|REGISTER for the 2015 Transportation Summit|
Date: December 10, 2015