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... Florida Transportation Almanac CUTR Center for Urban Transportation Research College of Engineering University of South Florida CUTR, May 1995

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Florida Ttansportation --------------11

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Florida Transportation Alman'ic\ -------------PREFACE The Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) at the University of South Florida (USF) is pleased to Introduce the 1995 Florida Transportation Almanac. The first of its kind, the Almanac is envisioned as being an annual publication that provides an array of transportation related statistics and information. The Almanac contains data from existing data sources throughout Florida and the United States. A range of transportation topics is covered, including demographic and travel behavior characteristics, modal statistics, tourism, transportation finance, transportation education and research, and directories of transportation organizations throughout the state of Florida. Significant efforts were made to provide the most current information available; however a uniform timespan is impossible given the wide range of topics that are included in the Almanac. To the extent possible, statistical data presented in this publication are for the most recent year available as of January 1995 All tables and figures in clude table headings that indicate the time period that the information covers. Although most of the information provided in the Almanac is available directly from the respective agencies that compiled or collected the information, the ability to access this information from a single source offers significant advantages to the transportation community Th e Almanac is comprised of eight major sections, as follows: Section 1, DEMOGRAPHICS, presents demographic information for the U.S., Florida, and the 67 counties in the state. All data are taken from th_!> 1990 Census and previous. Section 2, TRAVEL BEHAVIOR CHARACTERISTICS, summarizes travel behavior characteristics and trends in Florida and the U.S. Summary statistics for all personal travel in the U.S. and Florida are presented, as well as for the aggregated metropolitan regions in Florida. In addition, characteristics of the journey to work are provided for the U.S., Florida, and its counties. Section 3, MODAL STATISTICS, presents modal statistics for highways, aviation, public transportation, rail, seaports transportation demand management, freight. and intelligent transportation systems (ITS). Section 4, TOURISM, focuses on tourism statistics for the state. Section 5, TRANSPORTATION FINANCING, presents summary data on transportation finance in Florida, including Florida's transportation tax and fee sources and transportation costs associated with the construction and operation of various modes, including highways, bridges, airports public transportation, and bicycle and pedestrian facilities. iii

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Florida Transportation Section 6, TRANSPORTATION EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, p resents an overview of the transportation education prog rams available at the state's universities and colleges and a summary of th e activities of the state's transportation research organizations. Section 7, DIRECTORY, i ncludes list in gs of contact info rma t ion for various t r ansportation related organizations in F lorida, including planning agencies, operating agencies, commiss i ons, councils, and committees, amon g others Section 8, MISCELLANEOUS contains a lis t of frequently-used transportation acronyms as well as a metric conversion chart. This publication was prepared to assist t ransportat ion p lanners managers, decisionmakers, and the general public by providing a compilation of transportation statistics and other transportat ion relate d information. The editors wish to acknowledge the assistance of a ll the indiv iduals at the numerous a g encies and organizat ions who prov i ded in for mat ion for and review ofthis publication, especially Don C rane and Mar i Blaquiere of Floridians for Better Transportation and Gary Brosch, E d Mierzejewski, Steve Polzin, Ron Jones, Rosemary Mathias Phil Winters, Ron Sheck, Rich Stasiak, Dan Boyle and Mike Pietrzyk of CUTR. A second edition of the Almanac will be published and we welcome your comments and suggestions for improvements and addil ions. P lease use the comment card provided, or contact CUTR directly --The Editors .i--------------------------0-----------------------iv

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I II Ill IV v VI VII VIII Florida Transportation Alman'dc\ CONTENTS DEMOGRAPHICS .. ............ ................. .......... .. .. ....... .... .......... .... ...... ..... ...... ... 1 TRAVEL BEHAVIOR CHARACTERISTICS .. .. ... ...... ...... .. .. .... . ........... ........ 25 Personal Travel .......................... ... .......... ....... .... ...... ........ .. .... .. ....... . 27 Journey to Work Travel ....... .. .......... .. ...... .. .. u .................................... 37 MODAL STA TtSTICS ...................................................................................... 57 Highways ................................................................................................ 63 Toll Facili t ies ... ..... .... ...................................... ....... ........ .... ....... ..... ...... 95 Aviation ............ .......... ............... .... ... ............ .. ...... ........ ... ... ..... ........ 101 Public Transportation .................................... ... u .............................. 111 Rail ...................................................................................................... 127 Seaports: ........... ............ ................ ......... ... ... .............. ... ...................... 135 Transportation Demand Management .............................................. 151 Freight .. ......... ............ ........ .................... .... ......... .. .. .......... ..... ....... .. 155 Intelligent Transportation Systems .................................................. 16 5 TOURISM ......... ........ ................ .. ............... ........ . .......... ..... ................... .... 173 TRANSPORT A liON F INA.NCING .. .... ....... ................. .................... ...... ..... ... 197 TRANSPORTATION EDUCATION AND RESEARCH .... ....... ........ ... ...... ...... 225 DIRECTORY ...... ........ ..... .. ........ .. .. .... ...... ..................... .. ........ .... ................ .. 233 MISCELLANEOUS ......... .. ........... ...... 0& .............................................. H .......... 265 Acronyms .......... . .. .. ........................ ........... .......... ......... ........ ... ..... ... 267 Metric c.onversion Chart ........... ........................ ........ ........ ........ ... .... 270 INDEX ....................................................................................................................... 271 v

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Florida TrnnJportatlon --------------------1---------------------vi

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--FloridaTransporratlonAlman'7c\ ---Section 1: DEMOGRAPHICS , ..JIL._

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Florida Transportation 2

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"' t=F i gure 1 1 POPULATION GROWTH RATES FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990 ) 20o % 1----,..------iiii...-----, 160% 120 % 80% 40'.4 0% Flor ida 161% United Stetes 1960-70 1970-30 1960-90 F i g ure 1-3 HOUSEHOLD GROWTH RATES, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) 300% ,----;;;;;:;;;;;;:;;;;;;:;;;;;;:;;;;;---, Florida 200% United S t ates 100% 0% 1960-70 1 880-90 1 960-90 Figure 1-2 WORKER GROWTli RATES FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1980-1990) florida 232% 200% United States 100 % 0% 1960-70 19 70-80 198o-90 1Mo-90 Figure 1-4 HOUSEHOLD VEHICLE GROWTli RATES, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) 450% 375% Florida 300% IS! Uni ted States 225% 150'/o 15% 0% 1 980-70 1970-30 196040 & e: i -t r:t g

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Figure 1-S LICENSED DRIVER GROWTH RATES, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) 300% 200% 100% 0% Florida 25214 United States 1960 70 1970-30 1980-90 1960-90 Figure 1-7 WORKERS PER HOUSEHOLD, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) 2. oo I Florida Unlled States I 1.60 1.25 1.20 0.60 0.411 0 00 1960 1970 1980 1990 Figure 1-6 AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960) s.oo r-,:;;;;;;;;;=======-, I Florida United States I 4 00 3.00 2.00 1.00 0.00 S.29 1960 197 0 1980 1990 Figure 1-8 VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLD, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) 2.411 r-;:;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;:;;;;;;:;;;------, Florida 1 .80 I I States 1.20 0 .60 0 .00 1960 1970 1960 1990 C) .. :;t !l : g J

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Figure 1 9 UCENSEO DRNERS PER HOUSEHOLD F LORIDA AND UNITED STATES ( 1960-1990 ) 3 .00 r---;; ;;;;;;;;;;;;= =;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;' I Florida Un l tod 2.00 1.15 1.00 0 00 1960 1870 1980 1990 Figure 1-11 GROWTH RATES IN VEHICLES PER CAPITA, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES ( 1 960-1990) 12oo/o I I 103% I Florida 90% j United States I 60% 47% 30% 27% 27'.4 Q%1 "''w """"' "'&'"' 1 1960-70 1970-30 1 980-90 1960-90 I I I I I I I Figure 1-10 LABOR FORCE PAR11CIPA110N RATES FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) I Florida IS:1 United States I 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 100% 75% 50% 25% 0% 1960 1970 1980 1990 Figure 1-12 PERCENT UCENSED DRIVERS, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) 1960 1970 1980 1990 !l t i .:; it ... g t ;

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Florida Transportation Alman'dc\ Figure 1-13 COMPARISON OF GROWTH RATES IN POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS, FLORIDA (1960-1990) Households Workers Licen sed Drivers 0% 300% 0 196o-7o 1970-80 .1980-90 1!1!1111960-90 450% 6

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Figure 1-1 4 ETHN I C OR I GIN, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) Florida 100% 80% 60% ---. 40%1--I I :)! 20% I "" -15% -14% -14% e; 3\1 0% <>l"h "''176 1960 1970 1980 1990 I .. iit White g. .. 00ther United States I JJ 100%1 88% I -83% OIUI. 80% 60% 40% 20"/o 0% 1960 1970 1980 1990

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Figure 1-15 HISP AN I C OR I GIN, F LORIDA AND UNITED STA T ES (19801 990) Florida 100% 80% 60% 40% 0% 1980 1900 Figure 1 1 6 INFLATION-ADJUSTED MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD I NCOME, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES ( 1 9601 990) I United Statts $18.47 4 '---1970 --. --. I I 1990 I I I I I I I I I I United S t ates 91% 1980 1990 100% 80% 00% 40% 20% 0% Figure 1-17 POVE RTY LEVE L STATUS, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES ( 1 9 70-1 990) 1 970 Income> pove rty level FL Income> poverty kvtl -u.s. 0 Income < poverty k!wl FL m Incom e < pove rty fewlU.S. 1980 1990 e: i it ... J

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35% 28% I 21% I 1 4% 7 % 0% "' .. -,.. v s .. Fi gure 1 -18 AGE DISTR I BUTIO N, F LORID A AND UN ITED S TATES (1 960 1 990) F l ori d a 35% U n ited S tates s .e .e 0 0 0 $ 0
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Florida Transport ation .. JO iiJmPCJf) NJ&ilp .. .. .. "' uo:> awos .. i111'1U>t'J8 c: 0 :;) "' "' 0 :IS)CJ6 tUtl 0> 0 0> oc 0 ........ .... 01<(-"' u::oz .. I()Jd JO ertnPfJD :;):;) cc wz Q <( .. ., <( c I a: 0 ..J .. u. '<: 0 '16tH u. tpeJ6 41l:l 0} JOPtJ6 'A6 IUS Ut41 ss., .... Q "' .... 0 .. .... 0 "' .... ,. 0 0 N .... 0 ..JI_ -------------------------=--------------------------10

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Table 1 1 FLORIDA POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS 'it - !;' ,...,.,;_., . -'"Ll .,...... I ") f ..... ,..... 1 ... -........ -;:-y--43. 55% 32.75% f61.29% :!! 2.284 788 Househotds 1 ,550,0 3,744,254 5.134 ,859 47.40% 63.88% 37.14% 231.27% 2-Number of Workel'l 1 745.044 2,473,266 3 98 4,836 5 ,7 04 ,452 4 1 .73% 61. 12% 45.41% 232 05 % i HousehokS Private Vehlclot 1 878,599 2,914 293 5 678 172 8,091 424 73.61% 94 .84% 42. 50% 382. 03% :I""" Licensed 2,553, 000 3,614 000 7,290,000 8,992 000 41. 56% 101.72% 23.35% 252.21 % rtt -.:1. .. : .... ;: ...... H ....... -3;,. ' ::. .. '-......... -' Parsons per Houwhold 3.19 2 97 2.60 2.52 -6 .98% .40% g Wcdws per Household 1.13 1 .08 1.08 1.13 -3.85% .e8" 6.03% 0.24% Vehicles per HoUMhold 1 .08 1.28 1 .52 1 .58 17 78% 18.89% 3.91% 45 .51% JJ Licensed O.Wers per Household 1.85 1 .5 8 1.95 1 75 -3.96% 23.09% -10 05% 6 32% labor Force Participation Rate 55% 53% 56% 80% n/a nla nla nla Vehicles per Caplt# 0 .34 0.43 0.58 0 63 26.62% 35. 73% 7.35% 84.48% Pe-rcent l...icensed Drlve r a 73% 74% 95% 87% nfa nla nla nlo C._,ltl' I Ul'bln Tl;rupa111'!1:..1 TtMds icFb:1dt 111t4). p. <4,

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Table 1-2 53,021,061 83,449,747 80.389 .673 9 1 ,947 ,410 House.holcls 18,87% 26.70% 14 38% 73.42% e; Number o f Wo'*ers 6<,65 5 .805 78,852.389 96,617,298 115,070. 27-t 1&.86% 2s.n% 19 .10% 77.97% Household Private VebicJes 54,766,7 18 7$.002.053 129,747 872 153 ,832 ,428 ...... 2S% 84. 23% 18 .58% 180 89% UC:ensed OtM-rs 84,498.000 1 08.295,000 1 43,284 ,000 184,912 .000 28 .16% 32. 31% 15 .o9% -t %' '" .,, ...... ... -,. .... ..... .. _,_,..,. -c ... .,. ........... ii1 ,., . . .. . ...., ..... .. ,. '" g -3 .38 3.20 2.82 270 -.5. 30% 12. 01% -4.02% 20 02% Household 1 22 1.21 1.20 125 .0.67% -0.774 13% 2 63% 1 Vel'licJe.s per 1 00 1.25 1.61 1 .67 20. 54% 29 83% 3 66% 6U7% Household 1 .59 1.1 \ 1.78' 1 .79 7 10% 4 43% 0 .63% 12. 54% Labor Force Rate 57% 58% 62% 6 5% nla nla nla nlo Vehicles per Capita 0 31 0 .39 0.57 0 .82 27. 29% 47 32% 8.00% 102 62% Percen t Licensed Drivel'$ 70% 77% 84% 66% n la n l a nJa nla $0;ifet; ; Conlor tor ll!b1n Trampor'llf.ion Att tllteh, oiW/ CO:nmllf!'"' (FetlnJOIY 1GQ.4). p. -4,

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18 !0 20 2 75,7 1 0 Fl orida ---------------51 34% 7 08% 35.0$% 02. 07% 7 0.84% 72.44% 71.6 6 % 35. 19% 26. 0 9% 79. 59% 1 28 27'.4 112 .94% "18.3tw. 1 8 2 7 % 9 2.6 4% 2 3.94% 223..45% 64.92% 200 .15% 34.75% 145 .99% 2 0 98% 1 5 1.51% 22.37% 1 2 0.76% 738.7 1 % 99. 20% 633.3$% 30,4& % "'' 2 4.64% nla

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Florida Transportation 40 .-51 5 547 39.8!% 2 .02% 17. 07% 15.81% 5 24% 3 17l%
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Florida Transportation Table 1-6 Whno 84. 2% 84.0% 83.1% 88.6% 87.5% 83.1% 80.3% African-American 17.8% 15.3% 13.8% 1 3 .6% 1 0 .5% 11 1 % 1 1.7% 12.1% Other 0.2% 0.4% 2.2% 3.3% 0 .9% 1.4% 5 .2% 7 .7% 29.6% 27. 6% 20 .9% 19.8% 32.6% 30.5% 24 .4% 22 .9% 6.8% 6 .7% 6.7% 5.0% 5.8% 7.4% 7.6% 5 .8% 12.0% 1 3.3% 15.9% 14 .9% 12 1% 14.7% 18.0% 16 .2% 13 5% 10.5% 12 6% 15.6% 13.6% 11. 1% 1 3 .9% 16.8% 22.4% 22.1% 20 8% 21. 1% 22 6% 2 2 .2% 20.3% 21. 5% 4 .5% 5.3% 5 .8% 5.2% 4 0% 4 .2% 4.5% 4.3 % 39.7% 16.3% 15 7% 16.1% 19.2% 1 5.3 % 35.0% 30.1% 24.6% 31.1% 34.6% 30. 0% 1 6.8 % 26.0 % 8 .8% 10.6% 15.7 % 24.9% 8.5% 12 .0% 4.6% 6.1% 8 6% 13 ,1% nla 84. 0 % 86.8% 87. 3% n l a n/a 16.0% 132% 12.7% n/a 15

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Mate A f r ican. America."' < 16 Y831S 161 0 1 9 2 0 y ears 30 10 39 y4W$ -co to 59 yeas 60 10 64 )'<)";)($ 911'1 9tade to 12111 grade No work disaWity Nominat lnoome Income aboVe poveft'( levet Florida Transportation Table 1-6 rn11 !9,126 9,655 62, 562 1l. 4?.9 1 97.163 5 104 140. 787 1 09.570 1 7 ,692 358.391 1 ,025, 583 9 164 34,427 2 ,768 1 3,713 4 ,-555 31, 4 1 7 193.447 1.65 $ 6,382 \39 3,711 266 : 9,170 36,4-58 .. 6 ,n9 :,) :; 35 616 1 $ 4 2 2 4 $ 576 29.725 32,-548 5.79!) 6,429 14,734 27. 380 35. 004 2 2.849 17,840 1 4 ,841 1 27,716 $22,084 $16.897 1 30,523 40,073 1 8.285 12-1,738 22.089 3116,717 200 2,256 42$ 12.261 :% 5.0 1 5 28.836 4,795 78,422 1,1$!) 7 ,1 2 1 1,191 18 ,827 2 9 7 6 20.220 3.637 59.656 3 .277 21.0 4 0 64.590 3 9 1 8 28, 421 5 007 88,31!8 635 6J)9 7 1 .007 22:.723 1,62 0 7 .!20 2 .251 15.000 2 ,920 1 6 ,380 4 2 018 4.960 29.234 6 ,332 94, 086 2.130 "2 9,093 853 40,890 24 3 4 ,482 391 1 7 ,864 1,847 1 5 ,096 2 ,723 4'-"398 9 716 $25.816 $24 .684 $ 2 4 .625 $30, 53 4 1 3,943 105, ()68 16, 1 356, 472 2,638 17, 910 3 ,023 35,815 1 147 ,0d9 1 0, 6 93 118 230, 131 2.570 53 303 651 Hl0 ,771 2C8,H4 1 727 263 387 58. 712 <176 69 .31'2 166,073 2.18 3 316,97-5 2 ,514 204,005 1,11 6 118,077 3 60 120,800 1 ,605 5 .77 5 ?;: $30 .571 $18.615 I 113,102 8,106 126 .311 1.473 f ': ,: ; w '., i. 57 463 ;. 105, 401 1 ,-331 W.1.2 11 2.764 15: 392 3 ,832 1 0 ,403 1 1 942 2 1.800 10.H7 .j) 3li 1 6.!) 1(1 35, 911 16,0l9 76.89'2: $25.746 9 9 ,889 8 ,1$4 ""

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Florida Transportation -------------110, 41f 97 ,6$1 t,.41S,Ot5 19,141 9,594 .489,604 AfncanAmc
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Florida Transportation T a ble 1-8 201.235 25. 83 1 7 776 16 ,686 8.1&1 5 987 9,253 &.4.08 Afriean..Atneriean 52. & 1 8 2.366 U 12 23.700 8ZS 2,162 <1.256 < 16 59.33 4 4 ,895 1 .906 10,777 2 107 1 ,637 2.46$ 2 ,757 16 to 19 year s 1tV9G I,IM 470 2M8 758 389 681 741 20 to 29 yC;I!($ 44 ,629 2 ,699 1,06 0 5.876 1,493 785 1 806 1 .801 <11,620 3,600 1 1'1$ 6 .$30 f.l-41 ... 1.6$2 4.0 57, 328 8,247 2 195 8 330 2.f52 1 729 2 675 2.190 60 "> 64 years 1 1 796 2,761 5<7 1,709 484 S77 662 4<0 3 1.295 7,3<15 1,61<1 5.185 1 ,332 1,490 1,7&) 1.2.45 LC$$ 91h gratse 13..637 1,479 1,126 4 ,878 1,02' 5 ... 1,036 1 ,279 9th 91'<1dC :0 12ltl !)f.UdC 31,367 3,644 1 70 0 6 ,729 1,768 1 ,541 1, 970 U87 Hipt .sd'loo.l gradv.atet 57,033 7,73{) 2 ,152 8,985 2 .382 U87 3,229 2.915 Sotnc eoi:Cgc 5 .237 4.240 1.129 775 1,443 S02 B
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Florida Tran$porration 19

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Florida Tra nsportation White 3 0,0 85 6,334 4 62 9 135, 6 1 9 306.,2(10 10.84$ 785 14. 1$1 22.184 < 16years 8 832 2.9 0 5 1 .201 26,958 58,8<12 1810 1 9 ynrs 3,060 727 3A8 6, 557 13,634 20 10 211 year s 6 ,0$1 1, 384 1,027 1 5,967 4 0,9 9 0 30 to 39 year s 1,632 9% 18,7 1 0 45,90$ 40 to 59 9J)52 2,449 1 ,214 30,984 60 t o 64 year s 1.9'22 .,. 2Z4 11,14l 23,490 85+ )'eir $ 8,t7 0 1,674 ... 41,786 83,003 less than 9th gndc 5,445 1,278 787 1 2, 105 18,317 91h vrade t o 12tfl g rade 6 $49 1,54 7 45, 733 High sdlool 9 $31 2.607 1,503 43, 11l Some college 5 04 4 1,143 46$ 21,878 57 ,323 B,11 7 0 3 78 2 7$3 20

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Florida Transportation Wni te 9,545 190,328 1 67,094 92.119 71,840 24,984 & 9t5 1 6 ,40 0 24,844 6,043 4,622 13,007 1,898 Ottlc r 1 09 4,979 2.738 1 ,981 360 !M1 8 <-16 4,028 36,<171 SS..495 15,782 12,270 10,550 33,453 7,143 16{(119 1,073 8.441 9,1 6 1 3 ,852 ..... 2,857 7 ,798 1,696 20 \0 29 years 2,586 25,228 23, 460 H ,49& 1 1 .17$ 6,191 26,893 4,170 30 to 39 yean 2,A84 28,28 7 13, 8 '1 1 4 ,536 7,47:1 24,610 4,009 40 to 59 years 3 ,334 <110,171 40,848 21 ,083 19,99 4 10,652 32.043 6,05$ &0 to G4 13,703 13.278 7,157 4,904 1 994 6,86 2 1 743 65+ yOOr$ 2 34 t 59,4-0e 43,189 27,690 1 2.AS8 ..... 13 ,319 4 807 Less than 9th grade 1,98'9 1 3 624 14,128 5 ,403 ,66 1 3,150 5,484 3,354 91h grade 121h grade 3,334 29,278 32 ,735 f 2,38 2 8,634 6,280 12,22$ $ ,696 High schOOl. 3 ,481 59,318 52 ,747 26,4.88 19,203 1 2.324 31,971 e.909 Some 1,514 1 8 ,0 44 15,149 5 088 29,329 2,997 Bachelet's degt e e 727 16,336 10,378 10,951 8,086 2,671 12,84$ 1,129 Gr.ldua.te or p rot degree 306 6,3$9 5,866 4 ,965 4 ,152 1,07 S 6 ,9 52 7 71 Income berow 5 ,062 14,183 21

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Florida Transportation Alman':\ 539, 061 96,231 732,231 270,658 770,374 341,952 52, 0 1 9 103-.092 5,902 107,705 5,457 65,868 SC,38S 1 1,940 7,32'3 Oltler 35.338 5,595 23,582 5 ,018 15, 4 t 7 9,045 1,11 1 < 145 ,065 24,421 152,680 44,872 134.$85 87,028 14,702 1$.8$9 1610 19 ye31s 4 1.059 5 691 34.558 10, G04 34, 6 1 8 ),495 4.418 20 10 29 yeari 1 32.759 18,826 113,038 29.364 107,758 -55,530 7 .768 11,307 )0 39 yea!'$ 122.348 17,444 133,367 32.857 125,087 57,917 8.892 13,661 4010 59 yesfS 137,326 23,269 1 7 2,039 52.326 177 ,973 85,006 14 ,275 19,237 eo to $4 yc:afl <$,902 4,912 47,596 19,985 49,872 22,775 4 ,205 4,748 85+ years n 034 14,96$ 210,240 90,82:3 221,668 7 5.243 11,733 13, 791 Leu than 001 3 1,606 8,471 49,71 6 23,217 43,348 S3,615 5,908 4,230 9th 10 1211'1 grade 76,974 15,242 101,687 5<1,023 11 4 .533 65,900 11 .626 9 ,598 154,106 29,420 208.850 82 4 0 8 221.216 1 0 1,755 17.1)8$ 18.7211 SOme >.,.,. 1 1 6 ,091 15,978 144,338 39,580 152,675 53,881 7,658 1 4,276 BachelOr's degree 71, 5.e:n $6,$01 13,296 82,716 24,544 2,376 9.272 GraduJ!e ot prof degree 27,00< 2,403 48,298 6,442 38, 588 1 1,527 1,32 7 4. 812 243,971 752.<105 51,083 73,185 Income belOw 7'3.$30 9 914 3 1,988 78,99-4 51,201 12,770 8,441 22

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Florida Trtlnsportation Alman':\ ------------122.159 76, 385 263,621 2Z.S24 1 3 791 24 ,686 3,275 1 2. 073 24,314 5,102 3 949 3,083 other 3 3-'6 1,948 2.887 9,594 387 ro7 237 < 31,170 1 9 ,836 $8., 7 6 5 64,678 6,244 6.199 4 ,2 69 1:6 1 9 y ears 6 782 4.515 9,964 16,120 1,663 1,-658 1.01 0 2029y e ars 19,161 12.,730 2$.00 7 45,229 3,925 3,173 2,38 so 39 2t443 1 4 ,058 52,,5 0 3,90& MSO 2 ,504 40&o59yean 29.400 19.241 5&,371 68,3 5 9 6.628 6. 1 09 3,819 9,681 3 469 20,3.&1 1 0,993 2,142 875 6$+ years 3 t.634 7 769 89,408 29,700 7,088 4,521 2,273 23,492 0,002 25 876 ..... 17,218 74,742 57..291 9,177 7,3a2 4 ,608 Some COllege 22,031 14,436 50,446 52.920 3 ,627 2,976 1 ,43 8 degree 9.632 7,4 0 7 38, 953 1 146 1,004 787 II'IOme beiO'N l evel 19 ,273 1 1,375 18,935 20,5 1 3 5,919 5 ,158 ....IlL.. ----------------------------------------

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Florida Transportation --------------7 ,697 328,530 12,226 25.300 14 ,029 10,74 -9,285 2. 379 1 .837 1 ,885 2.459 .,. 8,727 Q1 42'9.107 < 16 years 2 325 6.5,064 3,546 5 843 3,732 2.56 1 ,211 16 to tOyeat'$ 578 18,430 850 1 ,432 983 650,137 20 29 1 ,894 51,824 1,732 2,122 1,922.6.52 30 to 39 Yead'$ 2.241 53 202 2,356 4 ,082 2,21 1 2,021 ,586 40 to 59 yeats 2.130 1$.181 :),401 & ,678 3,923 2,733. 891 eo to 84 years >13 22.646 1,78.8 m 679. 038 GS+ yft<)r$ .. 84 ,365 1 ,649 4,586 2.986 2 369 .431 1 647 5 1,501 1,81$ 4.341 2 .933 1,70!>. 839 2 ,770 95, 482 4,018 6,720 4 ,706 3,045 6$2 Some &QC 1 ,408 6 7 ,&34 1.871 3.m 1,627 2,054.574 Bacl'beiO(S deg1ee 316 28 .030 587 1,451 .,. 1 133,053 Graeruate Of !)(of degree 219 12,859 "" 247 6 476 315.226 22.348 12,793 1 1,037,300 '"""" 1,219 43 ,S08 5,163 3,582 1 ,604,166 i -------------------------------------------------24

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---.Flo rida ---, . .. Section II: TRAVEL BEHAVIOR CHARACTERISTICS _., -

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Florida Trusportation i. ?C

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---------Florida n-ansportarlonAiman':\ ---------Personal Travel ' ---------! __________________ ___

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Florida 1'rtvt$Jiortation Alman':\ --------------Table 2 NPTS HOUSEHOLD AND TRAVEL CHARACTERISTICS ( 1990) Table 2-2 AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS (19910) 2.38 1.99 1.75 1.51 1.27 0 97 1.77 1 .63 4 .66 4.17 41.37 3 1 .28 8.87 miles 7.5 1 miles SWI't 19$0 N$Ucl'o\0(6) Porscta Table 2-3 TRENDS IN HOUSEHOLD AND TRAVEL CHARACTERISTICS 72,500 1 20 ,0 98 87 284 108, 826 775 ,940 907 623 145 ,146 211,778 224 3 85 1,404,13 7 1,879 2 1 5 1,94 6,682 2,315, 273 NQTES : (1) Tho 1969 W!Y$)' ifiCI\KI$$ OI'O'y f,I./,IOmO!lfm, $t..:1SCnVQgOM, 111J heutotmclv-ehidM, (2) '569 !l\JIVO)' net rdud'il bley<;te \1\p$ 1.68 1.07 1.63 4.65 36.04 7.75 82% 82% 72% 65% SOVtC Jotl R R oy, and Ane861!1'19t'll 1 9J\I N.a'ictwlido T n1n:po!Wion S'IJ:Iy in Reletbn to i:'l U\0 llritcd end (.IW(IIIil HY'_a,l, ;,nd FHWA ''SI.:mll'IIMY of Tm'tel 1$90 POI$0fU1 Tl\ilr'ISPQ.'!OI Ion St.'fVI:>'J''IJA:w::1:h 19'32). 29

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Table 2-5 AVERAGE DA ILY VEHICLE TRIPS, VEHICLE M ILES, AND TRIP LENGTH BY AGE AND GENDER 11990\ .. I 0.0< 0 .07 0.06 0 .0< 0.07 0 .06 8 .00 3.00 3.00 .... U9 .... U$ 3. 1 3 .... 2 .1 1 ..... U7 2.21 1>.21 ..... .. ... 11.60 ..... 5.10 uo I ... 1 12 $ .17 .. 11 $ ... t .<47 4.$4 I 7.89 2.7$ l .... 2.5 9 3.11 2.17 2.91 .... . .. 20.20 24.15 23.70 22.11 2$..1<4 U.o> 22.SB 22.56 .... 0.00 7. 8 1 Ut 7.96 7 ... 7.61 7.58 2.95 2 ,92 3.51 a .oe 3 .32 .... 3.09 l 26 44 32.$11 18, 44 25 .73 32.53 18. 83 25.62 7.23 9.06 9.16 8 .12 7.75 9.32 8.09 7 .79 2.76 2.7< 2.70 2.$1 3 1 8 2.85 2 .69 .... "'"' ;r ......... ... S1.76 18.99 25.23 33.00 t7.eO 25.50 ..... 22. .. %7,17 !'1, .... t:U2 ..., .... 12. 71 7 .15 9.70 g i U4 us 2,30 .... I 8.23 I 7 .53 I JJ .. ww ... w. ...... ------.. 1 9.70 15.54 28.83 8 .02 18.73 2e.21 8 ,75 16 .58 .... 7 75 10.54 03 8.22 10. 00 ..... .... 0.97 ... ua 1 .00 1 ,38 .... 1 ,0) 1 .3 8 14.05 4.74 e .es 11.08 .. n 7 .49 12.88 5.10 8.4$ 7 ... .... ... ., S-$7 n S.41 ..... .... 6.11 2.31 U l 200 2.>1 1.94 2.11 1 5.1> f..07 I .... I 0.27 I 7.51 (1) 'IOiicle 1ripl t* Qj Sel!fW 1 1 NtllOIIW6cl Penantll SU!Ye"f, (2) AottQ t vtl'ltlt Mlltt per dll)' (.3) lllp ltf101h

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Florid TrusporudonAimAM .. c \ ----------a: w 0 z w (!) 0 w (!) m J:' .... (!) z , w .... a. !!= 0 z N <( .. .,; ... :;; w {! .... :IE. z 0 "' a: w a. f.'" ;; F z 0 "' a: w a. > .... < 0 w (!) w

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Table 2 7 D IS TRIBUTION OF TOTAL TRAVEL BY INCOME CATE GORY 5% 4% lOll 5'11 4 % 12% 5% 4% 12% 6% 5% 9% 11 % 8 % II% 10% 8 % 11% 8% 7% 1 0% 1 1 % 11% 1 0% II% 11% 1 1 % 8% 7% 8 % 8% 6 % 9% 8% 6% 9% 10% I 10% I 10% I 10% I 8% I 1 2% I 11% I 10% I 12% I 18% I 19'J' I 17% I 16% I 17% I 16% I 16% I 16% I 16%: I f 13% I 1 4 % I 10% I 1 2 % I 16% I 9% I II% I 16% I 9 % I 1 1 % 12% 9% 11% 11% 7% 10% 1 1 % 7%. HI% 21% 13% 1 5% 19% 11% 15% 19% 11% : ii1 8 SCUfUC 1550 httOnll SUMrY. J Tabl& 2-8 SUMMARY OF ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD VEHICLE TRIP DATA BY PURPOSE (1990) 345 5.1 313 4.5 364 4 .9 411 7.3 376 6.2 410 8.0 349 11. 6 302 2 ,82 6 9.4 336 3,415 102 1 ,703 8 9 1.521 1 1 ,418 7 5 1,698 1 3, 155 7 7 I
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Table 2 -9 AVERAGE PERSON TRIP LENGTH BY PURPOSE AND MODE lH!'i d """"''"" .. !' . :J:I(.,;. 9 .1 9 milo 9.52-. SOIIICW 1 990 N.Seo-wold PttsCfW 13 .11 11.95 1 1.74 11.75 9 .18 8 .85 3.00 3 .2 3 634.58 1,300 .00 2 .0. n/a 0 28 0.81 0 .80 uo 8 .75 5 .02 5 0 7 6 .40 6 .37 8 .21 8 4 5 6.36 9.04 1 .07 1 .06 -5 .18 7.93 8.0 0 601 .80 nla nl a 1.S2 1 .75 1 .77 0 .54 0 37 0.36 10. 73 7.13 7 1 3 5 .70 5.54 6 .1 9 2.68 2 88 9.24 1 .66 1.33 5.18 5.25 5 .19 n/a n/a n/a 0.9\ 0 .5 1 0 53 0.56 0.41 0.40 4.42 1 .00 1.29 6 91 9.66 12. 62 17.59 17,77 1 9.08 5 .00 4.89 21. 2 7 nla nla 824 .83 985.68 985.69 2.37 1 .50 1 .49 0.69 0.58 0 .60 34 .40 22.50 21.59 2 .71 2 .09 10.80 3.00 -3.23 17.66 nl a n/a 4 .00 5 .00 4.93 nla nla nl a -2 .21 -1 87 1 .68 1.03 1 .09 1 .10 4 1 6 n / a nla !:!! !l. e; l Q, g 1

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Table 2-10 AVERAGE PERSON TRIP TRJ!.VEL TIME BY PURPOSE AND MODE l< H ' .! .. , ... 5 1S.7e 17.30 mlns 12.58 12 .50 16.67 9.44 16.93 mlns 12.35 12AI 17.70 7 .27 21.02 14.00 12 1 2 19.98 15.88 22. 16 16.97 6 .52 24.30 16.00 21.51 16.85 8.63 24.43 15.08 40.55 31 .95 30.24 42.70 40.86 0 89.05 22.A4 18 .08 $5 .00 nla 89.06 22.44 1S.08 34.87 rJi i 41.50 17.36 20A7 $5.82 12 n ... .. 30.00 13.58 21.84 nJo 10.00 .. 'ic .... ---' + ... . r-t: 30. 18 13.57 21.56 ,. 10.08 fJ - -1<-4-.... e!f9v' g ., .. -..., 205 .113 147,45 109.98 161 14 87.88 450.00 nla nla 157.53 nla 449.85 nJa lila 157 .56 nla Jl 15.51 11.09 7.81 14.80 17 .64 nil 13.91 5.31 12.96 24.5 8 10.12 1 3.91 6.30 12.97 24.60 9.65 8.34 9 .75 11.05 15.79 1 5 .83 5.00 8 7 3 9 .32 18.82 12.52 4.90 8.49 8 .96 18.82 18.87 19.73 16.7S 38.29 6.27 10.06 15.00 nla 53.33 nla 10.()1 15.03 nla 57.09 nla Scuo!! Pcncn.1 $vYf.

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-----------Florida 1hlnsportalionAlman, -------------F igure 2 GROWTH RATES IN NUMBER OF WORKERS BY JOURNEY-TO-WORK MODE, FLORIDA AND UN I TED STATES (1960-1990) Florida Prlvate auto or carpool ..,.=--------, "" Walk Public transportation Work at home Other means 50% -25% 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% 125% 150% I 1960-1970 1970-1980 D 1980-1990 I United States .---------Private auto or carpool Walk Publ i c Work at home Other means -75% -50% -25% 25% 50'!. 75Y o 39

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Florio TrmsportatloDAlmAD;"c\ -------------Figure 2-2 DISTRIBUTION OF JOURNEY -TO-WORK MODE, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) Priva1e auto or carpool Walk Public transportat i on Work at home Other means 25% Private auto or carpool Walk Public transportation Work at home Other me.ans 25 % Florida .1960 1970 0 1s8o llllll!ll1990 SO% United States ..Jl._ .1960 01980 lll!!!lll 199 0 SO"/ 75% 7Se;o 100% 100% ------------------------------------------------

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Fl<>rida TrlUJsp<>natioJ>AimlltD, -------------Figure 2-3 TRAVEL TIME TO WORK, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1980-1990) 30 20 10 0 12 :00 to 4:59a. m. 5:00 to 5 : 59 a.m. 6:00 to 6:59 a m. 7 :00 to 7:59 a.m. 8:00 to 8:59 a.m. 9:00 to 9:59 a m. 10:00 to 10:59 a.m. 11 :00 to 11 :69 a.m. 12 :00 to 3:59 p m. 4:00 to 11:59 p m Worked at home 0% I Florida U nited States l 22.40 1980 1990 Figure 2-4 DEPARTURE TIME TO WORK, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1990) Florida United States 7% 14% 21% 28% ...Jh,._ 35 ----------------------------------------------------41

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80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Florith -------------Figure 2-S PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1980-1990) Florida 3% 2% 2% 1% Drive alone 2.person 3.person 4.person+ Other means I 1980 1990 1 United States 13% 2% Drive alone 2-pe:rson 4.person+ Other means 42

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Table 2 11 JOURNEY TO WORK TRENDS U S { 1960-1990) \"&brt.ed in boJM 52,.812,017 57.464.801 ""' 87$87,617 ... ,. nla ous I *'"" I 7""" I nial 71.1Y. W::lrked outsira ..,. CICM&I1 -ts.e&8.172 ..... 71.-sus ... ,. 20S.as I ,,_.,.I 17.n. I rial :!S.K 5,6119.611 ..... ria ttl ria ria rio, I -. ...... Prtvate auto or 41,368,062 5\'1,722.,550 81,258 ,40& ... 37 ... ,. 22.56 140 74 41U% 77.7% 88.6% Drive alOne nla nil 02,19 3 ,44 9 64,21$,2$8 " nla 35.41 " nit nla 64.4% Catpool nla "" 11,06.$,()47 1$.,377,634 "" nla -11.34 nla nla .,. 19.7% ... 0 Walk 8 ,416,S43 S,GU,ttt $, .U3 248 ."se,eea 1.1.2 ..... 11.08 -30.04 10-'% '1'.4% S.l!4 s -PobJio c. .... 7,806.. 932 8,17$,081 $ .()$ ..... ..78 -$.$3 -1.71 -22.25 ,...,. 8 1!4 G.
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10' ..... ,, I .. : ... It . Tabl e 2 JOURNEY TO WORK TRENDS U .S. ,.. .. ... '*;JJ>$>"' -' ... . ., ... ,. I YfiM ., .. ... #?'!<*t. _,.;"" Y* :', .. b """ ... 1 81rl c. :">i<1960:fi ,.,, " ;o' l 71).80 ,., o-/I ... ... ... ..-& .,.,.., /i ...,., 12;00 "> 4 :5'9 a.m. ... "'' "'' 2 1 1.es "" "" S : O O I O a .m. ""' ... 7 ,1 4$,94$ "' .,. G O O 10 & : 59 a .m. ,. "'' ... 2'U20, 4!).( " ., 7 .00 10 7 :59 a .m. .,. "" .,. "" .,. IUlCI 10 8 : 59 a.m. ... ,.. .. 1 8 .t67 .32$ "" "" t.:OO 10 t.Si aJI\_ ... ,.. "" $J'92.JSS ota 1000 to \0.59 a.m. ... ... ... 2.248.V&D ,.,, ... 1 1 oo 110 11:59 a.m. ... ... .,. 1.161 ,633 ... ... 12 .00 10 3.59 p.m._ ,.,. "' .,. 7,96S.,1EO "" ... .oo 10 11 :59 j).J'I"'. f"la "'' da 7,561.297 nla ,.,. ""''""' """ I I "' I '" I ,. .,.,. I ,. ,_._*I '."H;.l,iit4; 4 P!.."".! ... r:,'!":':'m: --!:*"'" t 0/a "'' ria 62, 193.-U9 4,2 15 298 nta .,. 2 per5on Cii pool nla ria I 13. 300 701 12 ,078,175 ,. .,. 3 carpool '" 1\ft I 3.360 .781 2.001,378 "' ,. oersoo catpool nil nrt I 1 ,<&00,565 1.298,0&1 ... "'' .,. nit I 1 S,A77,342 rVa CenlC'r IQr T....W IJ'et>:uwr 1994 ) r Ch ,..-,'J "'' "'' "'' "" "" "" ... "' "' nla "'' ,: 3$.41 ,2 1 -.40,45 ,93 0 ,77 "'' ,.. "'' n/8 "'' "'' "'' "" "'' ... ... ,.. ... ... ... ... ... "' "" .. ,.., .... ,,-t., ,,. ,,. 0/a 0/a "" nla '" "'' ' )17Q "' '" of"'"I"Mda-I .. . 19$,0 "" "" 1880 2 4 % 6.2% r't/a I "''' I rva I "'' I 30.7% 1\ra I nl I 1$.4% nra I fila I 5 .0% Nal Nil 2..3 nta I tt1a I 1 ,0% "'* I Na I o .w. 11/f I f'l/a I 0.6% nJ I rVt I 3.0'4 i!',_ <>*'' "' 04. % 73,2% "' \3 ,81'4 10.6% ... 3 .&% \.7% 2 S% 1 1% "'' 15-9'4 1 ) ,$% 5I :! ..: .. l :.. JJ

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if=-W01ked r n hOmB ooUI'rtf 1 ,558,111 WOik.ed oul stde home oooMy 91,879 P lace 01 WOiic nol r eported 95.05 4 Private 8lfo or carpool I 1,2<0A85 DtW atooe 1 ... .,._ ... -....... P.e&: nnsportalion 101.0S1 \IOt k II hOme sa.m Olnot mea."'\8 I 9:3,001 I I. tiS than 1 o mlnule3 .,. 1 o 1.0 19 mi:lules nla 2 0 to 29 miNJles nla 30 to .114 minutes nla 4$ or more miiiAO:S ... vatfd at tK:me ... Tabl e 2-13 JOURNEY T O WORK TRENDS FLORIDA $... ... < -+f+ . "":!! ,.--__ ,... "-v-!t .. . >IW'ffl .. I 3,157,989 I 4 ,958,240 I 3 1 .8 1 I 53 .70 I 198.3151 357,987 838,212 1t5.88 221,112 4UG4 nla 132.62 .2 0 2.019A38 3 557,475 6,286,567 69.22 ... 8 nta 2.751,25 9 4,488 ,021 "'' ... ... ....... 818 546 ... ... tiUOI ....... .81 ..... 100,710 101M$ 116 .352 ... 11 50.870 ... 77. ....... .S2 .75 .uo IU1S .... ..,. 1 14.180 -4 .50 22.72 .,. Slt,03G 788 607 n.a nil "'' 1.38o.G73 1,9 08.)10 "'' nla 866.785 t.23S,ne ... .,. nla 722.745 1,1 72,(1$0 ... .,. nla 345,155 57& .613 nla "'' ... 58.178 132.064 ... "'' St;ucc C::C::..f:lc\JibM (fbWit 1fi4) I 218.09 I &9.3% I 83.0% I 8U% I 8U% 1(1 812.30 $ .3% 8 .0% 10. 1% I 1 4.6% "'' ""' S.A% 8 $% 1.2%1 0,0% 1 ::s. 326.11 75 "' 84.$% lt.4" t\.2% Q.40 ,. "" nta SIUtt 77.1'11. .. 1.110 ,. nla "" ..,... 14.11J'. ... 0 ... = 7 .... ...,. ""' ..... 1.20 ...... $.1" 4 .. 3% "'"' .... 124 12 .118.85 $.4% ... ,. 1.6"' .,, ). !' .78 22.77 5.6% 3.8% "'"' 2.0% ,. Jj 25. 79 "'' nla "'" ltJ.3% 13.3% 311.12 nla n!a .,. 34.8% 32.8% ..... "'' n/0 nla 21.8% 21.3% 112.17 n/a ' nla 10.1% I 20.2% 87.06 ... ... "'' 8.7!1. I 10.0" 124.72 .,. "'' I n/al 1 .5!1. I 2 19'.

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Table 21 4 JOURNEY TO WORK TRENDS, FLORID A (1960-1990) ..... ,. ..... "' .... . "-....... .... '.,_ ' ........ ... ,. 4 ., .... '(tt_ ... ,.._ ..... .:t' v..-r.: . _ onotr,.;;n:--,.: :.,,,,o .. ":7Nd 1.,iiD# :HO:t .... .. ....... .... *.*= j -+ .... 1 If ;_;; t I ;;1t .. ;;!! 1 2 ;00 :59a.m. nla l'lla 12 6,9G1 nla n/8 nfa ""* f\1'3 nJa nil 2 2% .s:oo 1 0 i:59 a m nJa "'* 2'83,702 nta nro nla f\'31 nr, nta n11 U% e oo to & 59 a.m. nla 1\/a, .V. 1 120, 7 t 8 nra nit nla nlJ nfJ nJa rJI 19. 3% 10 7 59 am. n.a IVa n/f 1 843 ,369 tl/ a nt n11. nra n/f Ni n11 3U% t'OO to 8 59 i .ft'l. f\'1 1V1 nta 1 J)66,549 till n/1 nla nta n/f N a n11 18, 4 % t.:OO .c. 9 .59 ua. na Ml nta S41.7S7 1111 nt w nta tll'f Na n S K 10:00 to 10.;59 a.tn.. ftfl Ml n1a t23.2l.9 wa ... nta w. ria rQ t. 1% 11.:00 tO 11;59 8.Jl'L Nl r4 60..9'1 ,. ... "' n:. m f'4 m 12:00 WI n'l nla 3A3. 8 1 S Na nla rl. lilt r/f. l'lfa l'ft ........ 4 : 00 10 1 1 : 5-t p .t'ft. n11 rtla 351.379 Na .w rv'a N.. nra ntJ nta 1.1% Work ed M home nta nil nla t32 ,084 n1a l'lfa nl Na nr-. n11 1111 2 3,.. -.. .... . .. .. ... ... ..... *< 1.. . .;,.! -:-<:* .. "'"""'""-.. ., .,. u. ,,., ._ . '.-" "'* t :r ., Drive atone N t N t 2,7$ 1 ,259 4 ,4t:lt.0'2t nla Na e2AO nra nra ,,.. ee.2% 11. 1 % 2 pe1son carpool na 1\fa 679,$2$ 172 "'" nla 1 3 .86 nra nla n la l
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Florida Transport a tion Almana"" Tab l e 2-15 JOURNEY TO WORK CHARACTERISTICS FOR F L OR IDA CO UN T IE S (1990) Carpool Walk Wor k at h ome 30 IO 39 m ii'.Vte$ 40 or more rrrinutu 5:0() to 5:69 a .m. 2. 273 s :oo \0 6:59 a m 1 1,037 7 :00 lO 7:59 a m 8 :00 t o 8:-59 a m. 9:00 to 9:69 a.m. 10:00 to 10:59 o.m. 11:0f> to 11:5& .,.m. 12:00 to 3:59 4:00 to 1 t:S9 Other means 1 6 S 1,056 D .. .. U97 1 852 170 103 7 1 28 $85 .,. 181 1 0 3 1 6 86$ 362 10$ 524 549 1 16B 912 363 3$ 74 182 203 192 117 265 12 765 9 77 ... ..Ill... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------A?

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Florida Transportation Table 2-16 JOURNEY TO WORK CHARACTERISTICS FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES 119SIOl D rive a!ooe Wok at nome 10 to 1 9 minutes 20 to 29 minuws 30 to 39 m inuws 1 2 :00 to 4 :-59 m. 5:00 to $ : 5 9 m.. 6:00 lo 6 :59 a .m. 7:00 to 7 : 59a.m.. a :oo to 8 :59 , m 9 :00 to 9 :59a.m. 1 0:00 to 1 0:59 .. m. t 1 :00 to 1 1 :59 a m. 1 2:00 to 3 :59 4:00 to 11:59 p m Other means &70 54 975 1.802 5,2$1 9,0 07 5,574 3.22-l 338 104 2.284 972 178 1.()80 4 729 1 0 807 1 6 21 4 011 13, 979 1 4.239 6 211 2.688 7 8 1 6 32 2 .. 4S4 3,240 1 ,168 2,230 2$.937 1 4,0 1 7 4,268 1 223 2 ,624 1 2 752 20,650 14, 300 4 .47 9 1,478 6,622 491 52 4S7 471 1,243 3,652 1,9$0 728 340 ... 1,998 ... 348 1,352 13$,32$ 22,454 52,162 16,5 54 38,801 1sa.on 188,475 68,047 1().482 52,492 49.056 10$.999 28 0 8 1 201 265 478 2,067 2 7 43 1,11:2 382 166 .. 611 ... 3>& 309 714 78 14 104 92 211 ... 89 1 134 ., 3 281 218 471 139 8,983 U69 1 728 1 7,21 0 72. 4tl8 107, 837 53,030 15, 795 $ 2 24 2.937 18.854 37.860 6 ,390 48

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Florida Transportation Alma:n"dc\ T able 2 -17 J O U RNEY TO WORK CHARACTERIST I CS FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES (1990) OrNe M:lne walk P\Jbfc V\brk at home 10 to 19 mbut68 ro to 29 mi'lvtoa so to 39 n'inute:s 40 o r mote ninllle& s:oa to s:se am. 6:00 6:69 a.m. 7 :00 to 7 :59a.m. 8:00 to 8:69 a.m. 9;00 lo 9:69 a .m. 10':00 to a.m. 11 :OD "> 11 :59 a m 12:00 to 3:59 4:<10 to 11:59 2 pet$01\ carpool 3 4 person .. 25 293 280 195 472 418 49 8()6 613 204 10 190 1 06 250 18< 418 75 222 24 112 249 7 86 157 810 511 2,886 637 33 771 441 716 76 5 119 .. 106 7 100 147 585 76 263 Souret: Cei\IM (Ot U'CM Roi(lon:h, rx.dJoutr.ff'/ 1 993) 1,874 580 106 31 .. 624 56S 236 519 363 628 908 343 106 3 3 130 383 76 121 277 113 27 100 U17 652 567 364 1 035 50 1 121 57 27 376 2 1 9 385 1 80 132 334 2 .73-4 7 1 8 71 1 143 539 560 m 1 ,032 406 39 5 1 10 251 202 ... 163 69 271 49

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Florida Transport a tion T a b l e 21 8 JOU RNE Y TO WORK CHARACTERISTICS FOR FLOR IDA COUNTIES 1 191901 ortve asooe INork at home 1 0 eo 19 m1nu1es 2t> 60 29 m Jiules 30 to minutes 4 0 o r more minutes 5 :00 eo 5 5 9 a m. 6:00 to 6 :59 a m. 7:00 to 1 :59 e m. 8:00 IO 8 :59 a.m. 9 :00 to a.m. 1 0 ;0!Ho 1 0 :59 a m 11:0010 t 1 :59:tm, 12:00 1o 3 :59p .m 4 :00 to 1 1 :59 2 3 person carpool Other means 5,120 1, 71 1 20 1 37 .. 2,47 1 8>7 99'S 1 t 79 ,.2 1.830 1,030 292 112 35 357 ,. 1,263 294 ,,. 711 2,607 4.631 271 503 .. 2 19 1 .. 8 .. 575 2 ,793 ... 1 .807 1,838 .. 7 3 .426 1U49 4 ,447 8 ,898 7 .628 1 ,396 5,501 3 ,743 283 1,962 990 1 62 521 4<7 30 324 131 380 1.679 t.190 1 ,859 1 ,088 1 ,265 43 1 ... 473 911 "" 390 597 1,7()4 1,77 1 for Ult)an Ao-:cto. Ftorirlo .10 YIQI'k IM.ay 1993 ) S5 .60S 1 ,130 1 8 1,10 3 ... 1,140 1,03 0 470 8:2.999 139, 201 1 ,359 6S,399 412 22,244 13 8 7,734 83 4 ,147 ., 23.834 528 26,639 .,. 769 1 80 181 493 5 9 1 32 .. 15,67<1 3 ,$48 2 .079 ... 304 1 ,638 1,!13\ 3.'1-4 1 ... 399 ______________________ ________ ____________ __ 50

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Florida Transportation Tabl e 2-1 9 J O U RNEY TO WOR K CHARACTERISTICS FOR FLORIDA COUNTIE S 1 1990) Walk Public V\'otk at home 1 0 t o 19 mlrwtes 20 to 29 minutes so 10 39 minutes 40 or mor e mi:'lutes S:Ot> to 5 : 59a.m 8:00 6:59 :t..m. 7 :0:> to 7 : 5 9 a m 8:00 to 8:59 tun. 9:00 to 9:59 a.m. 10:00 to 10 :59 a .m. 11:00 to 11:59 a m 12: 00 '03:59p.m. 4:00 to 1t:S9 2 610 914 78 110 130 1, 4$1 3-4 210 922 2 ,S18 65<1 130 24 1 8 108 187 0 131 39 2 ... 312 52 24 IS 108 "" 8 ,553 1,662 1,154 ... 109,850 2,8.57 2,358 142 1,574 100 ... 41n 1 1.379 1,399 1.951 169 4 31 299 ... 312 449 ,. 20$ 43 24 114 54 ..IlL.. -------------------------------------------------------------------"------------------------''"

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Florida Transportation Tabl e 2 -20 JOURNEY TO WORK CHARACTERISTICS FOR FLOR IDA CO U NTIES (1990) 01\ve alone Leu uun 10 mnule$ 1 0 to 1 9 n"inll'le$ 20 to 29 rninltlt$ 30 to 39 minules 40 or mote Worked at hOme 5 ;00 10 .S:-$9 ;), m 6 :00 10 6 :-59 a.m. 7:00 to 7:59 a .m. 8:00 8 : 59 a.m. 9 :0010 9 59 a.m. 10:00 to 10:59 a.m 11:00 to 1 1:59 a.m. 12:00 to 3 :59p. m 4 :00 to 1 1 : 59 p.m. 2 3 4 1,017 2,2 6 2 1,048 ""' 625 .. .., 167 ,, 29 346 '" 1 41 2 1 9 575 1 3,705 10,804 32,91 6 26 ,053 11,997 1 5,4 1 0 1\.542 1 1 7 1 4 7 569 7 .716 2 214 1.825 tS. 13) 11, 483 4 ,638 3 344 1.80 1 1 344 1$7 693 4 ,8041 9 328 1,339 6 8 1 3 15,388 6,888 & 1 1 9 4.26 1 1.1 61 8 .088 2 465 .. 387 1.457 2 .256 13,862 15,723 4,332 2.704 2,703 1,583 6 35 1 3,079 1 3 7 1 ... 2, 4 23 5 2 4 4 764 309 9.HI6 3 23 9 4 ,9'21 2 97 2 3,853 .. 530 32$ 2,749 915 <09 202 1 1 8 5 1 .061$ 2,71 5 541 13,868 28,098 1 4, 129 8.002 5,379 1,267 1 395 ... 4,696 1 1 7 1 730 7,802 3 .049 3 51 1 89 2$0 2 .595 4 ,
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Florida Tran.sportar ion --------------Table 2 -2 1 J O URNEY TO WORK CHARACTERISTICS FOR F L O R IDA COUNTIES 1 19!101 272,10() 47 ,861 S() to 39 milu11Js s:oo to !1:59 a.m. 1.68S 1 ,822 6:00 to 6 : 69 a .m. 36, 841 5 ,52<4 7 ,020 7:0 0 to 7:69 a.m. 55,000 8 744 a:oo 8:59 a.m. 7,232 9:00 9 :59 a m 2 5 1 7 1 0:00 to 10:59 a .m. 91)4 11:00 '0 11:59 a.m. 3&0 12:00 to 1,751 448 Other mesn.s 11,302 1 8$4

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Florida Transport arion Ta ble 2-22 JOURNEY TO WORK CHARACTERISTICS FOR FLORIDA CO UNTIES (1990) Walk PUblic Wotk at hOme 1 0 to 19 minutes 20 to 29 mlnu:es 30 to 39 mint:tet 40 or mote m l nU1es 6;00 to 5 :59a. m 6 :00 to 6:59a. m. 7:00 to 7:59 a.m. a : o o to 8:59a.m. 9 :00 to 9 :59 a.m. 10:00 IO 10:59 a.m. 11 :00to 11:5 9 2 1 0 717 353 2S 431 1.558 666 1 ,$45 142 36 $58 717 1 ,161 352 259 21>7 56 113 2 ,8110 .,. 42 ... 1 047 116 .. 306 .,. ---------4----------

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Fl o rida Tr a nsponati o n Alman'7c\ -------------Table Z 13 JOURNEY TO WORK CHARACTERISTICS FOR F L ORIDA COUNTIES {1SI90) Driv e Wa l k Pll:llie Wor k at hom e 1 0 to 19 mi nute$ 20 to 29 m'nutes s :oo to s :59 a m 6 : 00 to 6:59 a m 7:00 to 7 :59 a.m. 8:00 to $;59 a.m. 9 : 00 to 9':00 a.m. t()(OO to 1
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Florida Transportation Table 3 1 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM SUMMARY, DISTRICT 1 5,438 1 858 16 1.6 million 21 million miles 4 105 149 2 1 Table 3-2 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM SUMMARY, DISTRICT 2 2,531. 9 12 838 12,000 m i le s 18 1.4 m illion 31 mil lion miles 2 NIA 128 3 2

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Florida TranspoYtatlon A! Table 3-3 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM SUMMARY, DISTRICT 3 2 ,367 5 6 ,242 9 783 1 746 11,500 sq. miles 1 6 1 million 18 million miles 2 NIA 80 4 3 Table 3-4 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM SUMMARY, DISTRICT 4 1 ,388 5,554 662 39 372 5,000 sq. m ile s 5 2.4 million 33 million miles 2 283 81 2 3 i ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Florida Transportarion Table 3-5 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM S U MMARY DISTRICT 5 2,125 6,896 605 10 mi les 2 3 million 40 million miles 5 232 1 4 2 5 1 Table 3 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM SUMMARY DISTRICT 6 679 2,671 515 14 216 N /A 2 1.9 miUion 23 million miles 2 650 58 2 1

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Florida TYansportation Table 3 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM SUMMARY DISTRICT 7 929 3,356 556 13 15 1 N/A 4 2 0 mjllion 25 million miles 3 N/A 42 2 co

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>f" Table 3-8 FEDERAL FUNCTIONAL CLASS I FICATION CENTERLINE MILES FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS ,...,._... !11\"'" ... 1ft _,.-v. ...-.. ........ '. ----" ..... . t.l! -... -.. ' . "" -*' .. -9U o o 15.0 ... 37.3 7!1.> .... OJ) 110 57. 9 Oq:o:""*cfT..,.JIMO'\ _. 31,13H. o o 5I I [ t J4

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Table 3-10 FEDERAL FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION CENTERLINE M ILES FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS ( 1994 ) 4 lll4i '}II .. -. 391.9 = 91.0 5.C.2 92 . 1 14. 2 1 o o 0. 0 41.1 1 7 2 0 0 13 3.8 9 1.4 0. 0 225.3 1311.1 I t I OA 0.0 39.8 21.9 0. 0 177.9 62.0 0.4 2 40 2 .... t8. 2 o o 0. 0 220.2 .... 0 0 275.0 85.1 0. 0 30D.1 147.2 0 0 0.0 0.0 50.0 0.0 0.0 197. 2 0. 0 0. 0 107 2 $.0 .... 0.0 0.0 .... 5.1 0.0 .... 19.5 0. 0 \1), 1 ::r -0 .... 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 .... .. .. 0.0 \$2.2 s i ,.. .. ,.,. .... 0.0 ...... 17A ... 281. 9 $5.5 ... ..... -0 ::r 214.2 I " I 0.0 7U.2 1fl.-7 ... 1..5!&.8 1t. t 2.f56. 7 > oo I 305.7 I ,56 0 I 0.0 I I 110.21 ... 57U I :: .. JJ 0.0 30, ; 1.7 1t7. 6 1.; 0.0 f 1 0 3 m t I 6 2 I o..s I o.o I 337.6 I 158. 7 I OJI I $22.7 1$1.9 u "''I 52,3 20.2 0. 0 0 .0 7.2 3.0 0. 0 59.5 .... o o 88 6 64 0 13,9 0. 0 0. 0 2o.6 0. 0 .... 22.2 0.0 t06 8 94, 9 0.0 1 4 0 5.6 :15.1 3SSA SS.t 24A <41-4. 8 89.3 ..... 2.2 0 .0 61 .2 3 0 2 0 150.5 1 9 2 1 7 4 0 0.0 0.0 0. 0 0.0 136, 8 eo. .., 1$6 $ 90.4 0.1 .... 300.$ 51..2 ti. Z ... ..... .. ... .... ... 1816. t .... t .101Lt So.Re-Axitb .... .11.. t!I'N.

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li\s'Table 3-12 FEDERAL FU N C TI O NAL CLASSIFIC A TIO N LAN E M ILES FOR FLORIDA COUNTI E S A N D DISTRICTS (199 4 ) !!"' ,._. .. ... .,. !' ... ... : ..... __ ... l ... 139 5 1 87 0 233. 1 .... 0. 0 .... 164 2 1 05 8 122.7 .... IOU ua.s -.... 11.1 61.6 1 50 8 155.7 .... 44. 0 .... 1182 to. I 61.9 224.9 1 12.3 50A 318.8 11$.8 IOU 0.0 0 0 .... 0.0 ... B8.D 2$.3 32.5 39A 47.5 0.0 72.6 2 U 8.1 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 5.1 0.0 0 0 0.0 1 8 9 0 .0 0.0 0. 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0. 1 0.0 o o 0..0 0.0 ne 0.0 307 3 0 0 0.0 0. 0 o o 0 0 o o 210.? 0.0 218.0 12 0.8 0 0 Sl,1 0..0 FbW I ,_., 111.3 ?.0 0.0 122..3 "'7.AI 0. 0 195.2 0.0 ... 0 .0 0,0 1 5 9 0.0 115..6 0.0 103.1 72.5 0.0 12 2 0.0 _.. .... _ .,_ ... _). .;. 0 0 1 39.5 185.4 0.0 324 8 o o 26$.0 ... 0.0 .., .. 0.0 0.0 10.1 S$.2 115ro4 ,... 487.0 86, 2 575.5 0 0 A\9.3 4 9 9 1 92.7 u 47Ui 30 1. 0 .... 800.9 0 .0 122.7 HA 48 8 t82.7 u 19&.A 135.-4 .... .... o o 43. 5 81.1 211.3 130 .S o o 81.8 150.8 u.s: 245 0 2 0 5.5 378. 5 40.0 828.1 o.o 232A 4IU .... 32$.? ... 372.4 111.8 5.2 ..... ..... 2'.1 n. ,., .. o o -404.2 201.2 21 8 834.2 o o :Z02,7 197.5 8 2 500.3 o o 1 12 3 50,-4 0 0 1 82. 7 o o 349. 9 1 31.9 0.0 '81.8 0.0 .... tl8. 8 0.0 4$4.6 I I l {i :I g. i JJ

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Table 3-14 FEDERAL FUNCTI ONAL CLASSIFIC A TION DAILY VMT, THOUSANDS FLORID A COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS ( 1994 ) ::x::: _'I' _cJ._ ). i .tl I l :g: i:fl 6.1 0 0 298 2 85.4 0.0 303.0 203 1 70..4 2 8 7 0 0 0.0 0.1) 0 0 208,1 70.4 29.7 300.2 308.2 114 7 0 0 o.o 0.0 0 0 0 0 3 08.2 114.7 o o 422.0 339. 3 80 $ 0 0 o o 39.0 o o 0 0 378.3 89.5 0 0 40:7, 8 :!! 758.5 34. 2 22. 3 0.0 410.6 0 0 72. 2 1,169.1 34.2 94A 1.297 7 0 1.27 8.8 :s.su o o o.o uss.6 804 8 eo. e 2,632.3 t.2t 5.2 154.9 u1s s i; .. 1.409.1 84, 0 o o o.o 1..375.4 553 2 40, 5 2.71U.8 8 172 .c:o.s .U4U &44.2 22.0 0 0 0..0 0.0 0.0 0. 0 MU 22. 0 0. 0 1H.2 2.602..0 241.5 o.o 2.864.1 1. 120.2 m s 5.488.0 1 .362.4 s1s.o 7.SCU ...; 1 ,067..$ 81,2 0. 0 0.0 1.,832.3 M7. 0. 0 2.900.2 1.QSS,6 o.o. 3.,mA 11 D -....: 1G,87U 1.,42U 2tU 0.0 t.40l.2 S-,JIU .W..t 20.072.1 5,.301.5 1"'-t K,t2U 6-:1 590.4 7$ 2 28..7 1 A 392.2 185.9 20 0 581 1 i u 1 o .o1 778. 3 1M o.o r.21M 230.2 u 1,4157. & .JJ 3 3 J 0.0 l 232.4 17$.3 0 0 1 ;446.9 3.3 I AaR. R 0.0 o o 0 ; 0 221.5 4 1.3 o o r 262.8 695. 5 44A 0 0 0.0 10,284.5 2,628 t 90.8 ae. a o o o o o.o o.o o o 90. 8 s8. s o o T 1n .. s 878.0 151.4 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 678 .0 15 1.4 0 0 28 8 0 0 0.0 0.0 o o 0 0 9'-6 2 9.6 o o 417..$ 1&1, 1 H i 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 417.9 184.1 35. 8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 535.3 229.0 0.0 F)::ri::b tC.

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Tab l e 31 6 FEDERAL FUNCTIO NAL CLASS I FICATION DAIL Y VMT THOUSA N DS, F L ORIDA COU NTIE S AND D I STRICTS 119941 33,.00$.2 <:s1 s 1 431. 1 03.0 6 ,599. 9 635 9 63.0 ..... 1 4 2 0 0 1,00&.9 97.8 0 0 1.254. 6 I 397.6 0. 0 0.0 1 080.8 245.8 0 0 2 ,335.4 e
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Florida Transportation Table 3 -17 FLO RIDA SYSTEM SU MMARY CENTERUNE M ILES ( 1 O h o 11-.i$! .. OS, 7 O U 97, 5 t 7 4 97. 4 97.4 97.4 97 4 20t. ) 209 3 208 9 200. 2 2 01.7 2<18. 7 20 8 6 200 1 ,._. ,. 01.$ 01. .... .... 81 3 ... 1$, 8 85 9 85. 9 ... 85 8 15.8 1$. 1 -... 91.4 91.4 111.<4 91, 4 91.4 9 1.4 01.4 04 7 84, 1 6U ... ... ... 84. 8 ... 1>2$ IO:U 132.5 1>2.6 1328 1>2.0 l>:u 1:> -'"' 117. 0 18U 11U 1 71.7 178.7 118.9 1701 21$ 2 216. 2 213.3 214 1 213. 2 213.2 20'7. 7 2017 t0CS, 7 10) 7 100 7 101.7 103. 7 10). 7 10)$ : 42$. 6 ) 439.1 ..... .,.. :sao ..I .. .. 1. 1$4 4 ..... IS4.2 1505 1$9, 5 1$9 5 151. 5 1St5 1,8-4$. 7 ... 1.0 1,157..2 1.857 8 1,8&5.1 t ,855.1 1,154 0 1,854 t 2115. 0 29>.7 2116.3 .... 29CU 296. 3 2&6. l 200. ; .... ... &2. 0 ... ... .. . ... .. ,__ ... ... ... .... ... .... 1 01,.5 107, 0 107, 9 107 9 107.9 107 0 107 9 107. 204 0 204 0 204 0 2 04 0 204 0 204. 0 2 04 0 204 0 Q&it . :;::: ... 2 ... 4 8 3 .... ... .. .... ... Dwtl .... .C3S 3 U 1 8 441. 7 .... ....,9 1 449. 1 .... 60. 2 &0. 2 60. 2 60. 2 60, 2 60, 2 60. 2 &02 9 0 8 o u 90, 6 ... 90. 6 9 0,6 ... ... .... .... 62. 2 62.2 .... 82.2 62. 2 022 :.......,. ; :. 163$ 113. 0 17S 7 113.8 1$). 6 113. $ 113.8 ,.,. I >GS 138. 7 13,$ 7 138, 8 13.U 138 6 138.8 13$8 1t5, 3 1 1 5 8 HU 1 1 5 8 11! $ 6 115, 8 115 8 1156 1>3.0 140 1 140.6 1 4 0 I 1-40.t tC0 8 140 8 1401 .. 18$, 1 IOS.l 185. 1 115 3 1103 166. 3 186 3 110> 128, 8 12'8. 8 128.8 128. 8 128, 8 128.8 128 8 128. 8 110 7 110 7 110 7 110 7 1 1 0 7 1f0.7 t1 0 7 H0, 7 '"'"". $76 $7, 7 ., 57. 7 "' 57 7 57 7 577 2Jit7.t ....... 2,$21. 5 t.UU 2,.531.1 2:,6)1.1 2..1SSA --------------------1----------------------

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Florida Transporrarlon Alman"dc\ -Table 3 1 8 FLO RIDA SYSTEM SUMMARY CENTERL I N E M ILES (1987-1994) 7 1.2 $ 6 1 96.2 962 98, 2 962 98.2 98. 2 255 1 25S.2 25&. 5 ase.e 2-59.7 259 7 259.7 258.9 85. 6 85 7 85. 7 85.7 85.7 8$.7 .... 91. 1 138. 2 138 0 18 9..<) 1 38 0 1 3$,1 138.1 138.1 1 3 8 1 7 6 2 64 5 6 4 5 .... 84. 5 84. 5 ... 107. 8 1 04.6 104.8 104. 8 1 04.4 104. 4 104A 1 04 4 227.9 2 4 2 0 2 4 2.1 24 1 9 241. 9 2 4 1 9 241 9 242 .<. .... 108. 3 1 0 7 8 1 08 5 108. 5 108 5 108. 5 1 0 8 & 19-5.1 195. 0 193. 7 1 96 8 19$.7 1 96.6 1 98,5 198. 5 10 0 70 0 70.0 7 0 0 70.0 69 9 69.9 69.9 1832 201. 6 201.8 197.4 197. 8 1 97 8 .... 204A 189. 3 189.4 1&.9.4 189, 5 IOU 189. 5 188.1 9 1. 8 91.8 8 1.2 8 1 2 81 2 81.2 8 1.2 81 2 210A 2 t 3 6 2 03...3 203. 3 203. 6 2 03 6 203.6 200 6 112. 9 113. 0 1 13..0 1 1 3 0 113 0 1U. O 113.0 1 1 3 0 2,2.98. 7 2,st1.5 2,352.0 2, 3 54.6 2 ,355.8 2,355. 5 2 3 87.5 2,364.6 400 1 4 20.1 4 1 8 .5 429. 4 454. 1 1 1 4 2 114. $ 114. 6 114 .4 1 1 4 $ 1'14.5 116, 7 1 1 6 7 1 42 9 157. 9 163.0 1 64 9 1 602 '162.9 162. 9 1 6 2 9 4 7 0 0 485 1 46$, 0 4 88.2 491 3 491 9 489 5 7 9 .tl 163. 7 1 63 8 1G4.1 t64. S 1 6 4 3 100, 7 166. 7 1(l 6 2 1,29 1 2 1, 3 4 1..4 1,.348.2 1 381.0 1 3,84.1 1 389.7 1 ,319.4 SeU'Ce: FIOM8 Syst em (Of' 79

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Florida TYansponarion Alman"dc\ Table 3-19 FLORIDA SYSTEM SUMMARY CENTERLINE MILES 102.3 102, 4 102 4 102.4 102 4 102 4 10'2,4 102, 4 228A 228.$ 22$ . $ 225. 3 225. 3 225. 3 225. 3 225.3 197.9 207.7 207. 0 238, 4 236. 4 240. 2 240, 2 2410. 2 334. 2 338. 8 350. 3 372. 1 350. 8 350. 7 372 3 360, 1 196.3 H'l7, $ 197 S Hl'f.4 197.4 197. 4 t 97.4 Hl'f. 2 100.4 98.6 10'.7 102, 3 102 4 101 7 f01 1 1 13 1 130. 1 130. 1 132,..3 1 32.3 132 3 132 3 132. 2 132. 2 3$9, 7 359.5 359. 5 382.5 360. 0 360.0 3 58.8 358.3 1.971.6 1,981 .3 2,001.9 2,05t.8 2,036..4 2,.03$.8 2,05$.7 2 055.7 $41.5 S$7.3 115. 8 11 9 1 119.8 119. 3 119 3 119.3 11 9 3 $51.$ 657.1 $7$.4 679.8 68t.A 678.6 68$.9 692.3 88.7 88.8 .... 88. 6 $8, $ ... 88,1$ 88. 6 106. 7 106, 8 106, 8 106. 8 106. 8 106.8 1 06.8 1 0 6.8 4 08.4 4{)8, 5 415. 3 415, 3 415. 3 4 1 5 .3 415, 3 414. 8 135 3 173. 8 1 73.8 174. 0 174.0 1 74.0 174.0 174. 0 230.5 231.7 233. 7 233, 1 233 ... m 6 Z33 8 1,018..A 1 017.8 1,018.1 1,017.9 1 ,018. 3 1,018.0 80

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Florida Transportation Table 3-20 FLORIDA SYSTEM SUM MARY LANE MILES (1987-'1994) a1a.o 510. 9 502. 3 5 1 2 3 653-. 0 553 1 6 1 5 1 626.0 165. 0 165. 0 t6S S 164.6 164.8 164.6 1 64.6 164.6 22'1.9 223 0 228.1 227.8 227.8 227 8 227.1:1 227.8 188. 2 188. 1 1 88.1 1$8.3 188 3 188.1 18$. 1 1&9 3 150.0 1&6.1 15$. 1 15.8. 1 156.1 158,1 15 6 1 158. 1 3 8 1.6 361.9 36U 3$2.3 382.3 3&2. 3 362. 1 362.0 554.0 547,0 547.5 $52.3 557.3 $57. 3 586. 7 588. 8 665.3 668 9 857. 0 878.8 07&.2 678. 2 885. 2 685. 0 235 2 232.8 m.s 235.5 233.0 2:33. 0 232. 8 231 8 1,294.6 1 339,4 1,331.9 1 331.5 1 345 0 1 354 3 1 ,388.4 1,369.8 543.8 649,1 547.7 692.6 591. 0 58 1. 0 591. 0 588. 9 5,202.A 5,142.5 5,2tU 5,304 6 6,358.3 5, 383.9 5,438.1 5.460. 0 9()4.1 007.4 024.2 928. 8 928 1 927 8 927. 8 932. 7 22o.3 220.4 2 16. 1 222. 7 222 1 220. 4 220.4 220.4 178.5 178.6 178 6 178. 6 118 6 1 78 6 178 8 178. 6 311.6 312.4 311.4 316.4 3 1 6 -' 318.4 318.4 318.5 549.4 550, 2 550. 2 551.2 SS1.1 550, 5 651 0 650 8 1 50 9 1 51 0 151.0 151.0 1$1.0 151,0 16 1 .0 151.0 1.$13.4 1,647.0 1,6&0. 1 1,125.7 1,725 9 1 ,726. 8 1 ,727.1 121. 6 1 21 7 121.7 121.7 1 2 1. 7 1 2 1 7 121,7 121 7 239. 7 239 8 2S9. 8 239 8 2<0. 1 239,8 239,8 239 8 12AA 1 24.4 124A 1 2 4 4 124 4 124. 4 124,4 124.4 4$3.4 447. 7 463.4 4$:>4 483.4 463.4 463.4 360.5 3$1. 7 38U US.2 365.2 304.2 384. 2 3$4.2 3SO.S 331. 0 330.9 331.4 331.4 331.4 331.4 331.4 200..3 3 11. 9 314,7 316. 7 316. 7 314, 0 313,2 313. 2 6?,&.4 52$.5 542.4 ..... 548. 7 .... 1 5 4 3 9 543. 9 32$ 2 324.7 32<. 8 324. 8 324.8 324.8 324.8 319.8 319. 8 319. 5 S20. 8 321.4 321.4 320. 8 320. 8 11S 3 1 15.4 115A 115.4 115.4 115.4 1 16.4 115 .4 7,129.6 7,173.9 7,.221.3 7,296 5 7,34&.8 7 339A 7,334.6 7,339.8 0$1*\M$111 of fot 199l' ,H4.

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Florida Transportation Tab l e 3-21 FLO R IDA SYSTE M SUMMAR Y LAN E MILES (198799 4 ) 144.3 U)3, 6 193. 7 192, 7 1 92 7 1 92 7 192 7 192 7 788 t 802 0 79U 808 9 8 1 0 3 809 0 8(19, 0 804 0 1 7$ 3 171.3 171.3 171 3 171. 3 171.3 182.7 182.7 4 07 3 407. 5 4 07 5 407.5 407 6 407 6 40 7.6 4 0 7 6 156 5 170.0 133. 1 130. 9 tl0. 9 130 9 130 9 130.9 270. 4 245. 0 2 4 5 0 244.7 24S. o 2:4S. o 2:45.0 245.0 SS7.$ S92, 6 1$10. I $ 1 0 2 8 1 7 0 6 1 5 3 8 1 7 2 828, 1 306.3 32 6.6 323.6 32 $ 0 326. 7 326 7 326.1 3 26.7 582, 3 556.9 546. 8 55 1 9 549. 7 S48. 1 54 9 2 S.9.2 145. 6 t4U t4t a 141, 9 14H) 141.6 141,$ 1 41.6 590. 6 627.5 637 6 629.3 63U 624.0 6 38 3 6 38 0 5{)9.9 50 9 6 512. 6 5 1 2 6 512. 2 512.2 5 1 2.2 508.3 164. 0 183,9 IGH 162. 6 1 82 7 162 7 162. 7 162. 7 46'9 5 502 0 4.8 1 4 481 4 .C$1. 8 4$1.8 431.8 481 8 200. 4 247 7 287. 4 267.6 267. 6 :MI7. 3 267.3 207 3 6,132..3 6.U.. 4 6,.20U 6, 1 96 6 6,.2 15.8 & 200..8 6 ,242.9 6 2 4 2.1 1 ,75).4 1.84 1. 5 1 ,89 1 1 2.095.6 2. 207. 5 2 200 1 2 295 9 3{)4. 6 3$$.5 -355. 5 349 6 356. 7 357. 8 364.4 .... 434.4 530 4 S28. 6 557 3 536 8 547. 3 547. 3 547 3 1.565. 3 1 ,65() 0 1,651.4 1.753. 0 1 ,796.6 1 ,312. 3 1 ,818, 1 1,856 3 553 4 553.4 $53 3 SSt 3 550 2 559.1 556. 5 577 7 ""1.9 4 9 30. & 4,97UI 5 ,306 8 $ 447.8 5,512.3 5 661 5 SWot f'IO'Idil l)epiii'IIMit'lt o! TrGti:Opo!l3llo:f\ Ho'f;htoey $ym>!11 M 'leept RepftS 19S1HI'U 11?

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Florida Transponarton Table 3-22 FLORID A SYSTEM SUMMARY LANE M ILES (1987 1994) 289.4 289.4 28U 291.3 2&1.3 291.3 291.3 291.3 700.S 701.3 687.5 68 4. 2 684.2 688 2 688.2 627 6 6$1.6 OB&a 727 5 727.5 74 2.5 744. 9 744 7 1 290 8 1,287.G 1,330.1 1,.430.3 1,392.9 1 ,<402. 3 1,497 0 596 6 004.1 607.9 608.5 608.5 608.7 610 7 617 1 321 0 322.9 344. 0 349.3 349.7 350.8 348..9 396.9 348.3 348 4 353.2 351.7 351.7 353, 2 353.1 353.1 1,114.0 1 108.5 1,118.5 1 1 29.5 1,124.2 1 ,124.4 1,121.6 1,132.5 6.4:2'0.8 &.4$3.9 6,&14..2. 6,718.7 6 $80.7 6,702 7 6,810.3 6,864..6 2,317 9 2,320.2 2,332.8 2 378 1 2,377.3 2 348 9 2,419 8 2,474.2 291.3 3 12.6 312.& 350. 2 299. 3 299 3 302A 302..7 2 ,609. 2 1 ,632.7 2,645A 2.728. 3 2,676.6 2,6 2 2,72U 2 780.8 230 2 230 .2 231.0 230,3 230 3 233.7 233.7 2 4 2 1 217.7 'Z17. 1 279.3 278. 6 278. 8 278.8 280.8 260.8 1,547.3 1 548.2 1,588.3 1,56 8.7 1,606.0 1 .601.9 1 ,63 0.4 1,8112.0 412 .4 489 ,3 489,$ 490. 7 490.-$ 490,6 490.6 490,5 983 .7 966.5 007.3 982A 9$6. 1 1.008 7 3,431.4 3,51 1.8 3,$6%.2 3 533 .6 3,$88.4 3,588.2 3,621 .5 3,664.1 35,$87.$ 38,.220.1 36, 353.8 37,085.2 37,312.4 37,407 .7 38, 012.9 socrco: Aorida r:l $tiM Hi'jllw.tY Sy4ftm M'\'Hge (()( 1N1H ...Jib._ ---------------------------------------------------

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Florida Transportation Alman':ic\ Table 3-23 FLORIDA SYSTEM SUMMARY DAILY VEHICULAR MILES 1,434 1 1 ,578.7 1,487. 5 1 529.6 1.788 5 2 022.6 2 149.7 2 ,300 9 407. 6 409.1 355 5 354.8 361.0 388.7 409. 8 3636 362 2 271 1 270, 4 285. 4 263. 3 330 4 3082 358. 6 335.7 :)2&. 3 3.43. 3 406. 2 421 4 505. 8 491.8 372. 2 377 A 385.2 483.4 495.0 467 8 1,126..4 98<3. 3 990.4 1,104.4 1,2 $7 3 1.291. 1 3,00!1.9 3 1 51.2 2.878 & 2 939.6 3,163.3 3 483.6 3,657. 7 3,915$ 2,6&7. 8 U33. 2 2,5n,4 2.631.$ 2 690 8 3 0 4 1 6 3,112 7 3 .44 2 3 616. 1 631.9 632.9 6 16.6 681.0 705. 3 .... 5 .784. 0 6 25 9 1 6,049.4 8 061. 6 6,499. 8 6,88 t 7 7 ,343 5 3,231. 2 3 120.1 3.ooM 3.156. 6 3.328. 7 3.694 5 3 .935. 8 20,677.S 24,783.2 26 128.9 566. 5 569.5 590.4 5 88 1 554. 5 552. 3 572.2 516. 5 803.7 598,_) 1,265. 5 1 ,289. 5 1.2$$ 0 1 2 75 6 1,279 5 1.264. 3 1.41 1.1 1. 457 5 1, 923.5 2 0S3.6 1,797.7 1,868 3 1.818 .1 1 ,775.9 1,88 1 0 1 ,895. 8 281.4 295 1 2$4. 0 264, t 258 2 250 7 271 9 2GH 1 1, 881. 3 1l, 147. 9 12,3 H I.2 tM52. 3 1 3,01 1. 5 13.$27 7 1 3 6 4 1 t 134. 6 160. 8 153. 3 154 3 148 1 165 4 177 3 1, 058 6 1 .046.3 852.6 859. 7 872. 0 914.4 829. 4 107 5 110 7 113. 8 114 3 113 3 11 7 7 124 5 576.9 599. 7 53.9. 4 552.5 576.4 615. 2 637 8 742 0 790.6 648 .8 677.2 729.9 762.8 778 3 764.4 1,28t>. 9 1 ,260.5 1 ,229.8 1 ,288.8 1 331.9 1 ,396. 7 911. 6 t .Q26.6 905 0 907. 9 937 2 943. 6 985. 8 984.7 2 .413 3 2 .459. 3 2 555.3 2 ,628. 0 79U 893.8 708.1 708.6 788 2 808. 2 892. 7 866. 6 467. 2 474.0 483. 8 478.8 488. 2 ..... 417.9 421. 4 181U 1 $4 5 188 0 188.. 160.7 165.7 181 8 28,947.7 30,049 7 28 881.9 2',447,0 30,018.6 31,494.3 2,014 0 2 2 1 5 7 2 ,149.5 2.227.6 2 ,142. 9 2 237.3 2 ,3(13. 5 243 .1 310.2 262.5 323 3 265, 6 257. 8 239. 9 244 1 3 ,698. 2 3 .800. 5 3 ,629. 7 3,706. 3 3 756.9 3,756. 8 4,070 1 4 ,1$8 2 197.7 209. 8 1$6.9 220 7 201.9 200. 8 192 5 221 9 1,19 2 6 1 066.6 1,029 5 1 07 5.1 1,140 $ 1,141.4 l.H$. 3 287 5 238 8 270 9 245.1 251.6 202. 9 2 29 7

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Florida Trans,ortafion Table 3-24 FLORIDA SYSTEM SUMMARY DAILY VEHICULAR MILES 2 ,23 6 .2 171 8 2,338.4 1,644.2 292.0 963.8 1,917 8 11,3 16. I 2,385.7 2,919 .0 3,370 9 10,290.7 3 026.9 3,()()4,4 1 .555.1 6 ,205.3 1 1 2 5 5 .9 6,642 .0 22,828 9 692.3 2 3 4 0.3 20 1.4 2 538 .0 1,782.5 341. 6 1,102.4 532.9 2,821.4 12,1n.s 3 ,05 7.4 3 ,625.2 10,405.4 2 ,970.3 3,061.3 1,7 1 0.6 6 ,403.6 t 1 ,774.6 7,058.1 24,175.0 555. 7 2,352 0 176.6 2 ,3 73.1 1 726.1 251.6 1 036.6 470. 4 11,364. 3 2 661.0 2 ,75 6.4 3.321.4 10,741. 7 2,876.4 1,566.9 6,739.5 24,893.1 991.9 1,465.4 1 2,111 8 2 913 8 7,259. 6 24,742.1 1 ,574. 3 546.3 2,440 7 184.1 2,280 .6 1,717 5 281.7 1,043.5 2 ,556. 8 1 1 ,4 1 8. 7 2, 663 0 2,780.6 3,670 5 1 1 ,222 6 3 ,010.4 1,596.7 24 782 1 990.0 1,411.5 11 217.1 2 903.4 7,298.7 23,820.6 1,299 9 1,441.4 56$.7 545. 7 2 ,7 06 .3 2,762 6 1 74 2 1 75 3 2,424.4 2,498.7 1 ,6 28 1 1 ,694.2 266.5 29 8. 9 1 ,0 75 9 1 ,085.9 527.8 476.2 1 1 613.6 2,809.6 2 8 1 5.0 3 ,6 63.4 3 5 4 9.9 10, 948 2 11 615.0 3 ,02 8 7 2 ,964.7 1,444.1 1 2,478 9 12,2 57.6 3,005.4 3,454 8 7, 4 73.7 8,4 49.1 25,545.5 26,78 0 .3 1 ,333 1 587. 2 3,005.4 163 9 187.6 2, 854.5 1,828.9 1,819.4 288 7 305.6 1 '1 67.3 1 1 84.3 484 6 518. 1 2,978 8 4 093 8 12, 129 1 12,049.4 2,950 .0 2 ,957. 1 3 621.6 3,793.6 1,487.7 1 ,612.3 6 799 9 1 2,979.7 13.043.0 3 625 9 3,584.0 B.S95.9 6 450.9 85

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Florida Transp ortation Table 3-25 MOTOR F UELS : CONSUMPTION FL<) R IIDA, 1956-1992 1 1 787.338 1 2.280.002 1 bUM 1CM'OCI OYJpeqtion *"CCI'Iwodif'9. l Ot'llJ, 131 139,114 2 561 5.1 Rn

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Florida Transportation --------------Tab l e 3-28 MOTOR VEH I CLE REGISTRAT I O N S : NUMBER BY TYPE OF VEHICLE I N 1975-1992 1 7.8 4 835 1 21.6 991. 2 180.9 22.7 9 3 3 7,06 8 9 5 7 38.0 2ll 1 1,151. 8 152 9 7 519.4 6 0 1 1 .0 28 2 1,2S9.7 220,5 7 833 0 6 ,198. 6 29 3 1 38 7. 6 219.5 8, 1 9 4.1 6 484.6 30A 1 ,4 59 1 2 20. 0 6 753. 6 3 2 2 226.4 1 3 9 33. 3 1 661.3 232.5 7 552. 4 34.4 1 ,8 07.4 24 0,9 7, 849. 1 3 5.8 1, 979. 9 2 32. 0 8 263 .3 34 2 2 0 64 0 22 9 7 3 4. 8 2 1 27.1 2 19 5 35. 5 2 2 3 4.9 199. 5 3 6. 2 2 1 97 9 20 3 9 3 6 8 2 2 1 8 1 20 5 8 1 0,176.1 37 5 2 03 2 .3 196.0 1 0,4 26 1 .4 38. 1 2 0 6 2 8 193 7 tiOTe : Exducfo,; 'J 1t1e scMeo S>:luKO: 1994 (Bwoau oi eOO!!Cimi; 1111d 0\IIS!II(I$$ I\MWh, Co' IOGO o! 1\d::ni-Mita:iOfl, Ul'lh'$.'*1!)' Of fiO!IcfA, 1$$<1)

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,,..._ 'lF Table 3-29 STATE MOTORVEHICLE REGISTRATIONS 119931 Sourco ; U S Aanl !!lv.tali!ll'l ff9) HI'\'\W.JY Sf,lfUJ; n (Qaobo:f 1994) 1il :t () g t JJ

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j Tabl e 3 3 0 STATE MOTOR-V EHICLE REGISTRATIONS !19931 ..,,,. ........ ,.,.., .... ..... 1 ,6$4.E&7 (5) ........ ... ... "'"" 5S9,156 ..... 14 .... &.419 ( 1 ) For of t'III'!\CdverkM tn.teks, W lnllets seo Qblos MV 7 9 1 0 11, Excludes 6,00 1 O i0:3li: Cc$$ veticte-s ie6W
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Poor: F;; f;Florida Transportation Alman-:ic\ Table 3-31 1992 BRIDGES BY JURISDICTION S tate-Qwnec;S 6,046 4 8 1 0 To
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Florida Tranportarion Tabl e 3-33 1 992 CONGESTED PEAK H O UR TRAVEL BY PERCENT OF LANE MILES STA TE AN D LOCAL R OADS 7 .3% 0 .1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.1% 14.2% 10.3% 7 7 /o 5 .8% 0 .8% 2.8% VOiumetstNiOefbw tal!o be t ween 0 8 8:'10 0 95. H)gllly 'o'(l(um!/$eMalt4o' tallo g r e31er tMn 0. 95. Sou rce:: l$9'l HPM$ Tabl e 3-34 2 .9% 0 0% 0 .5% 0.7% OJ)% 51.0% 1 3.9% 5 .9% 7 .0% 1 .0% 3 .8% 1 992 BRI DGE DEF I CIENCIES 28.6% 63.5% 1993 6NIP, 10.2% 0 1 % 0 .5% 0 .7% 0.1% 65.2% 24.2% 13.6% 12 .8% 1 .8% 6 .6%

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Florida Tra nsportation ------------Table 3--36 F LORIDA-OFFICE O F TOLL OPERATIO N S LAN ES B Y P R I)JECT) 3 0 12 0 129 43 48 37 42 42 1 0 1 9 26 1 0 1 0 4 4 1 25 4 4 0 0 20 23 13 1 4 0 0 0 0 6 2 20 22 23 23 403 269 Scurcec Rx::rida O el)eM'Ienl OfTtttntpcl\aliCf\ Office OS Toll O(:eraliom, To!llr { 1995]. 3 12 172 85 84 1 45 1 14 66 8 0 4 3 27 0 0 8 42 46 672 <17

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Table 3-39 TURNPIKE SUMMARY FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS 11G""' 165.0 727.7 4,130.3 0.0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 o o 1 97. 0 1 444 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 24.7 97.0 o o I o o I 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 7 3 I 29.3 I 1<12.4 I 26.0 I 104. 0 I 729, ... 133 4 87 1. 5 52 7 I 203.2 I 62a. 9 I 7.3 I 29, 1 113 0 60, 0 237 2 1 4 1.9 0 0 0 0 0.0 1 2 1 4 $ 4 94, 4 12.1 4$.4 94." () ' . . . 10 8 43 0 207 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 10.8 43.0 207 9 ...
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Florida TYatuportation T able 3-40 SUMMARY STATISTICS FOR LARGE M E DIUM A N D SMALL AI R TRA FFIC H U BS IN FLO RIDA 23,388 1 120, 742 178,248 .17 434, 9 1 9 4 1 5,077 14 0.83 42 2 73 39,579 3 877 844 47 903 .53 7 493.82 2 1 6 1 1 9 ,708 1 1 1.36 7 10 137,030 336,634.50 26 099.93 0 00 10 2 46.58 2 99 1 6 1 991 384 584. 61 33, 593.75 0 .00 1 0 00 1.86 94,823 91, 166 8.71 4 ,400 49,054.90 J4,8S3 .10 1.8 6 166 49,054.96 14. 863 10 0.00 1 96 0 00 6 5 1 6 18 6 7 0 04 2 353 848 19 4 089 91.66 0 98 60 60 1 60,377 4 ,576,551 25. 570 34 20. 9 97.82 1 02 62.96 1 61,225 4,771 ,252 2 5 .680.67 20. 997.82 0 00 253 254 12 6 1 O ll> 20.493 1 9 948 1 700 882 2 ,755.95 2 ,557.04 o .:M> 20, 202 1 700,88 2 2 ,7 68.56 2 557 .04 $01.K.e,. U $ A'1i$1i01'1 Acl,.iritlta'#\ Ai"""1 Ac\'i-li!y O:tfi.()M Ro!itltCIII!i.m l\993)

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Florida --------Table 3-41 SUMMARY S T ATISTICS FOR LARGE ME DI UM AND SMALL A IR TRAFFIC HUBS IN FLORI D A 0 .00 51 4 .471 0.26 19,85 8 18.994 1.22 6 313 6,724 .80 6.861.76 0.00 632 3,510 10.S58 .63 0 .00 254 255 811.88 0.28 1,234,294 17 870.21 M81.76 0 .51 27 242 0 08 17 3 64 ,516 400.86 4 .50 0 06 <4,412 2 VU4 51.10 0 00 482 188 9 024 .99 0 07 7 404 7 ,455 338,733 1 0S2 02 1,Q83.91 0 07 7 1 0,05 7 .01 1,083 .91 0 17 10,620 3 584 .80 11. 25 0 07 7,309 320 086 1,782 23 809 .44 U S DoplrtmM ot T,.,NICI1.11on, F""""-Avladlion ST<'Ib or CMii!Dd RclWI Carn'etS (181:)), -------------------1----------------------

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Florida Transpo rta tion Alman"dc\ Table 3-42 S181 060 1 1 8 .029 1 ,300. 0 114 $ 145.883 435, 0 1 0 290 $126.207 387 000 North Ce ntral Florida 1.642 0 150 S115 8 4 8 224,194 Northeast Florida 7 ,332. 0 80 $156,673 1 3 7 0 264 a E ast Central Florida 1 ,850. 0 1 74 $292 ,356 525.33 9 Metropolita n A r ea 2 800.0 2 2 7 $2 7 6 27 8 378,585 35 Wes.t Ce n tral F lorida 1, 826.0 173 $154, 652 1 23 .483 103 S o uthwest F lorida 735 0 232 $ 107,389 1 00, 1 05 1 102 0 223 $ 1 74,938 1 0 2 1.350 3.431. 0 7 $76,125 1 ,872.335 Treasure Coa s t 276 4 0 5 $3,552 2 8.800 1,20 0 0 375 $229 000 4 553,583 1 74 0 50 $98, 972 1 98,510 1 90 0 so $63.050 20 .882 3 700 0 14 4 $ 438.589 12 ,175,2 1 9 1 ,866 0 44 3 $225 693 2 699 ,800 SW!tt: flOtiCSi 0 $ j)AMI$nl f Tr;Nponatioon, The f'L)II Sf.JI'e'Mdc S .. 'tTXNIJ 1991 2010. "

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Florida Transportation Table 3-43 FLORIDA'S AVI ATIO N SYSTEM 603 0 4 7 $23.042 Not recorded 76 $67,000 Not recorded 350.0 185 $13 5 ,259 No t r ecorded East Cenkal Florida 1,800. 0 286 $135,825 Not recorded Metropolita n Ar$a 871.0 185 $126 080 Not recorded 1 39.0 230 $126 217 No t re corde d 956 0 460 $190.638 Not recorded 850 0 139 120 Not recorde d West Cen t ral Flo rida 1 19.0 256 S97,669 N ot recorded Me t ropolitan lvea 62 0 138 S43,829 N o t recorde d 1 10.0 119 S67 ,4 00 Not record e d 4 07 0 218 $107,830 Not recorded 1,2 00.0 192 $162,039 Not r aoorded 1,200.0 1 9 2 Not recorded Southwest Flo rid a 640.0 220 $120.S65 Not reco rded South F loridJ 185.0 208 Not recorded Meb'opo l ifa n Aroa 24 560.0 0 $35,907 Not 1 300 0 638 $230 882 No t recorded 960.0 82 $ 1 22.798 No t recorded 1,380.0 508 $368 400 Not recorded 536.0 365 $213,105 Not recorded 1 ,810. 0 377 $ 1 48,487 Not recorded 630.0 306 $113,160 Not recorded Ftctl Th& Sy$:.m Scmm.:.:y 19'92-2010.

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Florida Transportation Table 3-44 FLOR IDA'S AVIATION SYSTEM (1992) 896. 0 54 $38,248 Not recorded 202 0 0 $476 Not recorded 160 0 20 $3, 275 Not recorded 221 0 59 $62.8$0 Not r ecorded 3 ,400. 0 50 $18, 1 4 8 Not recorded 22 4 0 39 $15 .590 Not r ecorde d 212 0 23 $14,550 Not tecord ed 270.0 1 1 $8, 143 Not recorde d 15 0 8 $6,029 Not r ecorded North Ce ntral F lor'ida 591 0 9 $6,676 Not reoor
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Florida Tran s11o rta!i o n Tabl e 3-45 FLO RIDA'S AVIAT ION SYSTEM (199 2 ) W est Cen tral Florid a Metrop o li tan Alea 189 0 67 Not recorded lle4.0 4 8 Not recorde d 210.0 35 Not recorded 3 5 0.0 56 $25,743 Not recorded 1,675 0 97 $63,508 Not reeord&d 402 0 120 $68, 122 Not recorded 485 0 52 $21,667 Not recorded 852.0 37 $40,107 No t reeo rdad 1,7 68.0 4 5 S4M32 Not recorded 229 0 38 Not tecorded Southwest Florida 2,560 0 21 $ 1 1 ,007 Not reoortfed 1 00 0 41 $17, 195 Not r ecorded 1,940.0 186 593,070 Not recorded 170.0 38 521,6 5 1 Not r ecorded 29.0 8 $6, 3 73 Not reoorded 1 ,333. 0 32 $30, 020 Not recorded 120.0 31 $16,544 Not reoorded 60 0 15 52,6 4 6 N ot recorded 184 Not !'&corded Treasure Coast 1 ,925.0 170 5194,387 4 609 601.0 40 $37.323 7 4 0.0 223 $ 156,573 South Florlda 96.0 49 $15, 683 Not reco r ded Metro p o lita n Area 420.0 0 $111,500 Not recorded 243.0 42 $45,264 Not r eoorded 9 4 2 0 Hl4 $203,053 Not recorded 4.0 3 $17 Not recotdad Stwtee: Oop$111m&rt cr Tr.wupo!!:rll'", Th!! FJo.dda AW;il on S:unm111)' 1S9?-20f0 ....111---------------------------------------------oum ---------------------------------------------7/lO

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Florida 1i'ansportado.aA/ma.;a'c \ ------------Tab l e 3-48 FLORIDA'S SECTION 9 TRANS I T OPERATORS, SYSTEM NAMES AND ABBREVIATIONS Regional TtaMit Broward Transit Oivis)on Escambla Area Tra:nslt H ills boro u g h Area Regiona l Transif Jac::kson\f'tlle T ra ns portatio n Authofity Key West Depa rtment of Transpo rta t io n Lakeland Area Mass Tran'Sit District Lee Cou nty T ransit Manatee County Alea Transit Metco-Oade Transit Lynx Tfa n d (Orlando) Pasco County Public Tnmsporta t i on Service Pinell3$ Suncoast Transi t Author ity Sarasota County Area Transit Coast Area Transit Ta!ahassee Transit Tri -Co u n ty COmmuter R all East Volusia Tnan sit A u t hor ity ----------------------1---------------------

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Table 3-46 F LORIDA TRANSIT SYSTEM TOTALS ( STATEW I DE TOTAL PERFORMANCE INDICATORS EXCLUDING PURCHASED MOTORBUS) fit( :lt-:::t:. .. !,. i l t : li4tt... wi..o.,-"5 A:; t ... f.[ 10 05 1.14 136,695.$4 143,4\ 4 .&0 148,81 7 5 1 148, 720.29 182', 180 ;32 28.6.2% 64,770 0 8 65 ,982. 0 2 &11,26 5.8 1 69,88&.$4 72,1 38.95 76, 1 74.12 17.61% 4 .-630. 4 0 4 754. $0 .tn.t2 4 ,'863 .4$ 4,989.33 0.259 ... I 13. 59% s ><>.<20 ... I S>&s too.oo I $200.101. 00 I $30$.21t.e5 I I sso-.ts I U 1 % I S311J.$S2.01 J mt.en ... I m-11 I mo .ns.as I S2:I0.6SU2 I ..,.,.,. ... I ......,. I $&5,475.74 I $188, 579.1 8 I .,,,.,.,eo I sas,420 .96 I St4.GOO.tt I $1MOO.ot I 32.20%1 $ 57,123.!41 $ 57,378.08 $&2,079.79 $182,857. 4 7 $& \,088,$9 $ 60,637 .51 8.16 % 'lj ... ._, $71,874,50 $ 123,182.81 S86,18-4.o1 $81 ,362.5 1 $144,485..20 $ 98,387 .!9 ., ... ,. ;:, g r.M,027 .to $380,1 0 5 1 & $412,77&. 1 $44$,986.20 $C84 ,787.34 $fP5 ,349 5 4 38,07% ..,.,..., I ..,._., I ...,., oo I s 1 oo.to I S,.o3S.S 1 I s .-lo I t 4.zt" I j 1,71UO I t ,802.C0 I t.at .4.00 I 1,03 1.00 I t.m.oo I t,m.oo I ts.ta% I 1 ,3CW.C O 1.383.0<1 1,AQ2.CO 1 ,4$2,00 1.526.00 1 ,h3..0 0 12. J 3 ,31U K I 3,15 t .OO 2.22 3 00 2,894 .00 2.908.00 3.047\00 -7,87% f9,33,. 00 18,249.00 f7,$'1.00 19, 5 32.00 2 2,$61.00 2.5.512.00 30.a4% ... 2J1 7 ,2;07 2.13 2.06 2.13 9.$&14 $1,0) $ 1.9A $ 2.03 $2.(10 $2.15 A. to .... S$2.57 S56.n $58..40 $$2.00 5&<.0< St4.1S 23.3$'4 21 .76% 26.07% 20.$0% 2U:!% 28.6\'1% 8 1 6% s.o. e 4 $0.52 14.55 $0 ,59 S0.62 ..... 17.83% SOI.I'Ck c..mer tOI" U'ban fVtiWI*'-'o FkJMo'$ T i$181l r.nd

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Tab l e 3-49 PERFOR M A N CE I N DIC A TORS BY T RANSIT SYSTE M ( 1 9 93) s ... Y st.t :t 1 293.52 225 00 8 3 4.05 787.40 I 32.47 l 110 .00 2 ,370 20 21, 726 .11 9 4 2 7 1 3 9 9 23.39 238.31 981 .91 1.4Q9.5a 9 ,1ff.23 1 ,078 .35 6 5 90.80 175 45 883.A1 8 9.87 669.49 75.32 354 .52 4 57.98 1 2.56 51.91 .. I I .. ::s. S4 90 .tt I nla I S711U8 I $ 4 07 8.72 I $ 4 .1168.31 I S 2 1 2A1 l $ 225.78 l !l-534 3 ,17 l nla I $ 55M 3 I $2.855.90 l $ 3. 4 0 7 .37 l $ 1 48 .73 l $15 8.0 9 I $ 134.69 nla $2, 2 64 9 0 $1, 154.25 $12, 745 70 $ 5 9721 $ 2 ,4 45 .84 Q $ 5,832 7 2 ""' 53,284. 76 $25, 637 .30 $27, 0 60 .&3 SIIS6. 7 8 32,744 .54 -S' Pial 63.10 l 4 1 5.50 I 454.20 I 1 3.30 I 40.00 l )>. 211.00 I 30.00 l 160.00 I 162 .00 l 11.00 I 21.00 l ;! 184.00 I 2 5 .00 I 133.00 I 137. 00 l 4 .00 l 1 4 00 l JJ nla 1 4 .00 250.00 7 3 00 0 0 0 1.00 I 759.00 n/a 60.00 1 796. 0 0 988 00 33.00 18 9 0 0 1.88 2 .38 1 1 7 1 79 1.51 1 .36 1 1 1 $ 1.56 $ 1. 76 $2. 61 $2. 1 9 $ 2 09 $ 2 8 3 $1.50 $4 5 .98 $5 7 .25 $43 73 $5828 $4 5.56 $53.70 $28.AI 4 1 .70% nla 1 8 .88% 21. 31% 22.311% 1 9.8 1% 28.29% son nls $0 4 9 $0.47 $ 0 4 7 $0.56 S O.A2 Soutt CetW lit UrOn ReofHI'tfl. tw.ftltll!oll OfFJolfdol'$ $f.$acms,. 'l'n!r.od

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Table 3-50 PERFORMANCE INDICATORS BY TRANSIT SYSTEM (1993) ,: 350.81 1.748.92 1 .553. 22 88.13 $ 3 122 .94 $2,188 .68 $780 I 1 $ 5 46 23 $43 .69 87.50 38.00 26. 00 2 4 .00 9 7 .00 1 13 $1 .79 $35.43 18.3814 $0.35 223.00 625.90 533.69 34.18 $ 1,556.94 $ 1, 090 16 $293.65 $205.62 $1,76&.1 29 .60 18.00 9.00 2.00 195.00 f .17 $2.49 $<5.55 16. ,,., 50. 40 1,13'-00 91,283.87 37,351.62 2 110i .75 $195 ,258.20 $138,7 1 7 .40 nla nla n la $270,261.48 nil 1,076 .00 851 .00 nlo nla 2. 44 $67.10 31.63% S0.6S 1,163.61 10,749 .67 6.078 .13 4 7'2.89 $ 20,323 .89 $14,230 .66 $4,045.42 $2,832.56 $28.293 .52 374.30 130.00 113 00 201. 00 995. 00 1 .77 $<2.98 24 4 1% $0 .46 SOr..lf'U (IIIII tcf '-"tn Plfd:lo,.ta d S)o:s ....... A.tw/)'I'S (1ttf
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Table 3-61 PERFORMANCE INDICATORS BY TRANSIT SYSTEM ---. . ------------n -' ,. .... :..0.-L,. 230.16 I 17.23 I 417.741 132 .041 4,000.00 197.3 0 1,31 7.85 25.88 753.58 3,629.31 2,897.46 S,247.41 1,056 02 63.37 3,495 .3 1 1,485.83 2,295 14 1,4 9 1 13 73.00 4.02 18 2.35 122.33 57.03 109 .16 $199.58 $4,379.58 $5,730.20 $19,700.76 $ 3 ,955 .92 $139.74 I $3,068 .5 4 $4,012.25 $13,794 .37 sz.rs9. 9 1 I :!! 0 ::5, $44022 I $18.75 I n!al $1.308.10 I $1,498.51 $1,195.45 ... s30824 I s1s.13 I nlo I s91s.e2 I $1.04925 $837 .05 $708.55 $14021 ""' $2,446 .32 $1.644.01 $1-097 .23 -. 0 :....: $3,067 .62 $39.99 $1,472 ,00 $9,391.40 $14.022.61 $5,35$.59 .... -62.50 420 ""' 131.40 nJa 116.10 0 "' ss.oo I 2 .00 I 140 .00 I 48.00 I 31.00 I 37.00 I 20.00 I 2 00 I 12s.oo I 41.00 I 2S.oo I 34.oo I ., JJ 20.00 I 1.00 I nla 46 00 nla 4.00 350.00 10.00 nlo 624.00 nla 274.00 1.25 0.41 0.22 2.44 1 .18 2.18 $2,20 $7.72 ss.81 $1.$8 $7.30 S1.22 $49.70 $26.98 $46.84 $345.43 $38.24 18. 47% 6 .68% 3S.S1% 3026% 23.38% $0.41 $0.52 $1.95 $0.46 su1 I $0.29

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Florida TraasportationAJman:.\ -------------Table 3-52 STATEWIDE SUMMARY OF 1994 OPERATING STATISTICS FOR COMMUNITY TRANSPORTATION COORDINATORS 35 31 274 73 32 368 1 9 ,721 2 4 665,681 1,585,853 80,030,088 12, 113,366 57,556,648 8,285 182 $ 11 5,586,3 20 $13,3 83,013 $113,387 288 $12 977.322 3.332 456 2,717 503 1 099 78 4 259 783 2.474 525 12,884,275 1. 082,434 4,907,347 479,815 1,110,877 145,224 lnelt.ICies all CTCs whe re the seMoo area oonti' in& ;an are a wah a or 50,000 or mo re. Souroe:: Floric:ia C ommis$i0n for n.e TraMpottatiOn O l s mantaped, Statewide Operations Re(JO!f Fi$cal Yeat Tallahassee. Florida : 199'5. 56 347 53 123 26, 251,534 92,143,454 65.851.830 $128,969.333 $ 1 26,364 ,6 1 0 3 ,788 3 220 1, 177 5 022 2.999 14,049 ,868 5,415 106 1,263,203

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Florida -------------Table 3-53 STATEWIDE SUMMARY OF 1994 CTCs BY TYPE source: FIOG'Ida cemmliSiOn k:r the Ttanspottatlon Si.Met.>.'ide Repo.rl FISe#l Y.,.,.1993194, Talahaec, FlOrida: 19()16, Table 3-54 PAIRAl rRANSITTRIPS BY PASSENGERTVco: 4,:!90 ,580 4 ,598,424 1,455 652 10.9% 6,575,888 621,585 3,:!38,46 7 394,190 3.0% 128.818 633 ,880 4.8% 1 132,375 343,492 2.6% 1,288,675 671,847 5.0% 1,1 3 1,68 8 268,:!21 2.0% 278 ,597 976.238 7 3% 2 621,611 1,001,611 7 5% 750,195 Data represent 4S of 48 CTCs reporting. -Data repres.ent 51 <:1 53 CTCs rep011klg Source: Ftork:la Cotnrri'Mion tor tl'le TransportatiOn D!sadvan\aged. St&le"A\'de Operarlons Rrtport Y41tf 19931'94. Tcllahassee. Ftortla: May 199S. 18.2% 26.1% 1 2 .8 % 0.5% 4 .5% 5.1% 4 .5% 1.1 % 1 0.4% 3.0%

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Table 3 55 S UMMARY OF CTC PERFORMA N CE M EASURES, 12. 15 1 1.28 45.58 1 4.13 1$. 73 39 .07 18.55 10.28 3-'.81 13. 2 5 13.05 31.75 1 &.50 0 .19 0 .12 0.16 0. 20 0 .12 0 IS 0 1 8 0 .12 0.14 0.22 0 14 0 .18 0.23 0.1 4 0 .18 0.20 0.14 0.1 8 NR NR NR NR NR NR 2 20 .... 2 .06 $1,42 $1.03 $ 1 2 1 $1 4 5 $1.0 7 $1.22 $1.3-3 SI .CO S\.'2.5 $1.61 S1 .18 $1.5 0 $1.6 1 $1.31 $ 1.38 $1.65 $1.3.S $1 44 =:! $7.43 $7.53 $7.43 $7 .45 S8.27 $7.88 $8. 5 1 $\0.06 $8.78 !l $7.53 $7.6S $7.96 $6.27 $7.98 $8.69 $ 1 0 .06 $9.00 e. NR NR NR NR NR $18.82 $ 1 8 .0S $17. 95 :;t 0.91 I 1 .20 I o .34 I o.97 I 1.26 I 0 .49 I o .95 I .-.-.,. @JMrL '"'"' -.. . A A< _!$.._,AA 23 ,573 88.838 4 2,22-6 24 ,$31 52. 7$.5 38.52 4 35 ,048 88,279 48,48$ : il ... 7 o:i:t.l .... ._. U. '"OH. .,. g. b 1 1.341 11. $21 23.04 1 12.641 1 8 .31 I 25.25 I 17 .021 [ 1 0 .47 1 0 78 19.21 11 6 2 1 4 .69 19.44 15.05 JJ 0 1 3 0.1& 0 1 9 0 .13 0 1 8 0 17 0 1 3 o. I 0 1$ 0 .21 0 2 7 0.1& 0 ,2<; 0 19 0 .16 0.19 NR N R N R N R NR 2 04 1 .98 2 .03 $1. 1 2 $ 0 92 S1.08 $1.50 $1.05 $ 1.4 3 $1.39 $1.05 $1.35 $1.46 $\.\2 $1. 40 $ 1 .70 $1.26 $1.63 $1.65 $1.26 51.62 $6.60 $7. 20 $8.67 $6.27 $7.86 $8.42 $4.75 $8.84 $4.98 $7.61 $7.20 $7 5 5 $7 .64 $7.88 $7.117 SUI $8.84 $8 .28 NR NR NR NR N R NR $ 17 58 $18.24 $17, 36 1 5 2 0.85 1 .33 2 1 2 0 .69 1.$9 U 7 0 .87 1 76 7,583 52 4 05 21.07 8 1 8 .283 t,78 1 8 .0$9 17,828 20 .753 18.201 39 .0% 1 0 2'4 35.1% 3 4 .5% 10 ,3% 31 ,8% 38. 7% 7 .8% 33, 7% a t C tCs where the $E"Mce a: conlaitl$ an vfb;)nited tt tea with o f 5 0 000 or more So-.m:e: Commission fOt \'l'lo Oi$;17Yan,age
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Florida ------------Table 3-56 FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION PROFILES ______ __ __ __________ .!------------------

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Florida Transponatlon Alman'ic\ Table 37 FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION PROF I LES i. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------f?A

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. ... . Table 3-58 FLORIDA-GREYHOUND BUS FULL-SERVICE AGENCIES' Apopka Haines City Avon Park Hialeah Belleview Blountstown Bonita Splings Boynton Beach Bradenton B r ooksvi l le Callahan Pompano Beach Chattahoochee Port Charlotte Chieftand Lake Placi d Sebring Coral Gables Lake Wales South Bay Crestview Leesbur g Stall< a Coystal R iver Live Oak St. Augustine Madison Oee
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Florida Tf'ansportation Table 3-69 FLORIDA RAILROADS (1994) 2.4 1.5 59.5 66 2.2 442 14.8 40 1.3 27 0.9 29 1.0 144 4.8 119 4.0 101 3.4 30 1.0 2,988 100.0 (1) Amlnllk oiVJ In Flotldo b.n o n own ott( I n U t e !iiii iO. oof lh$ S!ale of Ffotida, but br CSXT for Oll"r.. Alnlrik stMeea. Sourc.e:; Oepartmo:ll Ra'l OtrltO. R<# 1&96). Table 3-60 TENTATIVE WORK PROGRAM-RAIUINTERMODAL AND SEAPORT DEVELOPMENT F UNDING Year 1995 /96 1999/2ll00, $31 508 $0 $5,000 $10,000 $10,000 $160,461 $0.00 $23 ,500 0 ---------------------1 ----------------------

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Florida Trans p ortat i o n T a bl e 3-61 R EASO N F OR DERAILMEN T 30 7 2 1 8 3 39 11 5 19 4 3 1 1 2 6 6 7 34 13 3 15 3 47 2 0 3 17 7 45 23 9 7 6 40 17 10 9 4 3 6 18 6 9 3 23 17 1 3 2 25 16 0 4 5 F lcrid.a ()Qpattmwd Trans,:lOI!at>on OMC$. fQ9.t FJotkla S)sae'" P'(,n (MDI'd"l 1995). Table 3 -62 F L O RID A RAI L FRE I GHT TRA FFIC H ISTORY TONNAGE (1000 TON S) 57,038 62.830 119,868 57. 5 8 1 6 3 ,227 1 20,808 75,03211) 87,1 01'' 1 62 133 55 ,91211t 68,717 1 6 0 ,196 78 ,305 59 9 1 5 59,1 1 6 83,454 142 ,570 58 ,859 82,616 141,475 ( 1 ) R ..-1<1 R MIIV8 1 Clat$111 llotiroc!Wtd. SCI'.l-et: FloriO ol TranspcMtetion ReiiOffic.e, f 094 A'.W Sys.'otn Pf;,n(ldo iCh -----------------------!-----------------------

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Florida 1Yansportation T a ble 3-63 FLORIDA RAI L FREIGHT TRAFFIC (1993) Nonmetallic Minerals; 33, 759 Fuels Food or Kindred Pro
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Florida Transponation ------------Figure 3 1 DESTINATION OF RAIL FREIGHT TONNAGE ORIGINATING IN F LORIDA 0 < 50,000 tons Ill 50,000 250 ,000 tons til 250,000 1 million tons > 1 1':'\llllon tons Figure 3-2 ORIGIN OF RAIL FREIG HT TONNAGE TERM INA liNG IN FLORIDA ..JIL._ --------------------------------------132

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Florida Transportation .. Table 3-64 FLORIDA CITIES SERVED BY AMTRAK PASSENGER RAIL Dade City Deerfie ld Beach De Land Delray Beach J ad
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Florida Transportation The South Atlantic Coast Ports Port of Fernandina Florida s northernmost seaport serves the Southeastern United States, i ncluding F lo rida's major met r opol i ta n areas. It ha nd les both breakbu l k predominantly forest product exports, and conta i ne r i zed cargo The latter is moved via on-port ra il co n nectio ns t ha t red u ce dwell times on the port s limited land areas. According to Section 19-12 of the Port Aut h ority's Charter, "The p u rposes for which the Fe r nandi n a Port Authority [Ocean Highway and Port Authority (S19 79)) is by t his Act (chapter) created and authorized to carry out are h ereby declared to be pub l i c purposes o f benefit to the c itizens of the County of N assa u and t he State o f Flo rida. {Ch 21418 S12 Sp Acts 1941) The Port cites promoting economic development, creati ng emp loym ent opportunities i n Nassau Co u nty, re v ital izi ng and mai ntain i ng deepwater seaport activities. and support i ng lo cal i n dustries by providing port fac i l it ies as among its major goals and objectives Port of Jacksonville Loc ated on t he north Atlantic coast of F lo rida. Jackso n ville serves t he state and natio n as a southeastern focal po i nt f o r t he intermodal movement of commodities on t he wortd market. The activit i es o f the port are d i vided between those under t he control of the Jacksonv il l e Port Authority and those owned by private inte r ests. Leading cargos include co ntai ne rize d genera l ca r go, automobiles breakb ulk cargos roll-on/roll off general cargo, and dry and l iq u id b ulk products. inc l u ding petroleum and p h osphate The Port's mission is to create and promote a major regiona l tra nspo rtat ion and dist ri butio n center t hro u gh commun i ty awar eness i nd ustry cooperation and pub lic financia l support. The Port seeks to impr ove its compe titive position in relation to t h e State-funded fac i l ities i n Georgia a nd South Carolina by cons t ruct i n g additional sh i p t e rm i na ls for i ntermodal b ul k and automobi l e buslnes;. intensify i ng interna tiona l marketing efforts : and, in conjunction w i th t he State of F lor i da i mprov i ng modern transportatio n co n nector system w h ich effective l y l inks Jacksonville to interstate road network. Port Canaveral Loca ted i n mid-F lorida on t he Atla nti c coast. Port Canaveral serves both cargo and cruise markets. Primary cargos are liqui d {pet r oleum) a n d dry {cement and scrap stee l ) bu l k p r oducts, and breakbu l k i ncl u ding lumber san. n ewsp rin t and froze n and fre-sh citrus. T he p ort a l so offers a rap id l y expand i ng schedule of one-day and longer cruises A Foreig n Tra d e Zone is in operatio n at the port offering q uad ramodaltr ansportation {sea, land. a i r and space) Port Canaveral's m i ss i on is to serve the eco nomi c and social needs of t he D i strict a n d t he r egion b y providi n g l ow-cost transportat i on benefits; create a stable. meaningfu l an d permanent employment base ; p r omote a n d accommodate majo r marine-assoc i ated i nd u stries. fac i l ities and serv i ces for the mi l itary and space organizations: promote the D i strict's a nd region's econo m i c growth ; a n d enhance local a n d reg i ona l rec reati ona l facilities and opportunities. Th e Port has spec i fi c goa l s and objec t ives which will assist in nav i gati n g its f uture course of d i rec t ion These include: construct i on and expansion of port faci l iti es a n d i n frastructure i n an orderly man ner to meet the n ee d s of growth for the Dist ri ct. the c ru ise/touri st indus try, t h e cargo trans port in dustry and a For eign Trade Zo n e and support i n g marine commerc iaVin dustria l groups t h e fish i ng i nd ustry, the military es t ablishment, the space i nd u st ry and t he r ecreat io n al demands of t h e community Port of Fort Pierce Th is as yetu ndeve l oped port located between Ca n avera l and Palm Beach, has a history of private b ulk and brea kbul k cargo operations. The export of fresh grapefruit to t h e F ar Eas t and E u rope has proved extremely successful in the last f ive yea r s Cement impo rts are an t icipat ed to replac e aragonite as the primary private i mport cargo no w that two new sto rag e silos have been constructed adjacent to t he port T his new ly establ i s h ed port seeks to broaden and strengt h en the economic base of t he r egional co m munity _..Jib_ ----------------------------------------------------138

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Florida Transportation by expanding cargo operations, initiat ing cruise operations and seeking other port-related recreational, commercial and Industrial opportunities. Its primary goals and objectives are typical of recently formed port areas. These include acquiring land for Port Authority use developing bul k .cargo handling facilities, promoting cargo and cruise potential and developing additional facilities accordingly, and p roviding infrastruct ure for land to be leased for marine-related industry. Port of Palm Beach The Port of Palm Beach is a major player I n the South Florida container trades. The port a lso handles liquid and dry bulk cargoes, including petroleum for two power plants, cement Imports and sugar and molasses exports. One-
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Florida Tra1uporration Port of Key West Key West has come int o prominence as a port o f-call for th e e vergrow i ng passe nge r cruise f lee t homeporting at Florida s ports Over the years, it has a lso played an i mportant r ole i n host i ng the nation's mil i tary, part i cularly the U.S Nav y. "To stimu late the local economy by prov i ding port-of-call f aci l ities to meet existing and future demand" captures the purported mission of t he Port of Key West. I n addit i on, the Po rt has very s p ecific goals and objectives These i n c l ude t h e mai ntenance of port-of-call faci l it i es to accommodate ships which gen erate cons iderable revenues for t h e gen era l fund and approximately $60 per passenger i n retail sa le s to the C ity' s economic base. The Gulf Coast Ports Port o f Pensacola Located o n F lo r ida's panhandle the Port of Pensacola p rim arily serves genera l cargo i nt erests and liquid bulk produc ts. The westernmost deepwate r port i n Florida, i s well s ituat ed for Caribbea n as we ll as Ce nt r al a n d South American trade. T he Port of Pensacola s mission statement seeks to pro m ote comm erce, crea te emp lo yme n t opportun it ies a n d generate pos i t ive economic benefits for the region. Its major goals and objectives are three f old: to stimulate and promot e commerce and economic development i n the Pensaco la area by en ha nci n g and expanding deepwater prov ide f or a coordinated and i ntegrated i nt ermo dal tran s p ortat io n system; a n d to achieve financ i al se lfsuffociency. Port of Panama City A l so loca t ed on the Gu lf Coast i n Florida' s panhandle, this port spec ia l ize s in breakbulk cargo plus some dry bu l k products Cruises are sometimes offered o n a seasona l bas i s The Port's mission i s to mai nta in, enhance and promote the ongo i ng development of Port Pa nam a City a nd Industrial Park t hro ugh a coord i n ated prog r am of mai nten ance and expansion project s Future g oals and objec tiv es for the port i n c l ude p r ov i s io n of addrt io na l deepwater berthing areas warehouse space and cargo-handl i ng capabilit i es ; provis i on of additional port pro perty to accommodate water-dependent/related in dustr ia l activit i es throug h p roperty a cquis it ion and dredgi n g spo i l d i sposal; and the maintenance of i n-water an d on-lan d fa c i li t i e s. Port St. Joe This small n ort h western Flor ida cargo port handle s i nboun d ch em ica ls, No. 6 fuel oil, crud e oil and aggregate while handling outbo u n d movemen ts o f li ne rbo ard, nava l products magnesite and general products. The po rt offers i nterchange of cargo from ocean vessels to rail, highway or continued water moveme nt v i a barge by the Int racoasta l Waterway. Port Manatee Located near the entrance to Tampa Bay, Port Ma natee offers full port serv i ces for conta i ne rized, breakbulk, and b u lk cargoes. Manatee has rec e n tly in itia ted seasona l c ruis e operat i o ns, w ith sailings to Mexico. The m i ssion of Port Manatee i s to create job opportuni t i es f o r Manatee County r esidents a n d expand the property t ax base i n the Port a rea The majo r goals and objectives of Port Mana tee are to develop a n d opera te as a competitive and viable deepwater shipping port to stimu l ate l oca l develo pment an d serve loca l sta te national and inte r nat io na l shi p pi n g needs generated by local eco nomi c development. 140

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Florida Transportation Alman":c\ --------------. . . Po rt of St. Petersburg This Tampa Bay port has specialized i n o n e -day cruises and has also been t h e h omeport for unique d i v ing cruises to Mex ico. Cargo activity i s minimal. The port's mission i s to increase revenues and profi tability by expanding cruise operations, carrying selected cargo and seeking port-related commercial opportunities to enhance waterfront use. The port aims to expand its cruise facilities, includi n g new tenninal, berths and parking; attrac t selected types of roii-onfroii-off cargo and provide required facilities; maintain exist ing facilities; and attract revenue-producin g amenities In conjunction with cruise operations. Port of Tampa The Port of Tampa is the largest of the three Tampa Bay ports, as measured by tonnage. Bulk products handled include phosphate rock, fertil ize r products, pe troleum, coal and general cargo. Inbound and outboun d traffic close l y reflect t he po rt s t ies with the nearby phosphate industry. Th e port i s also one o f t h e state's major cruise ports. The Tampa Port Authority's m ission is to promote the port to maximize foreign and domestic commerce. Plan, facil ilate and serve as a catalyst f o r the provision o f adequate fac i lities, equipment, support s ervi ces and infrast ruct ure, either directly or through other parties to meet t h e needs of shippers and shi p owners. Manage and enhance sovereignty la nds in Hillsborough County to protect public int erests The Port Authority's major goals and objectives are to contribute to state and local economic development b y promoting trade, developing port propert i es and improving the efficiency of port operations; develop ge neral cargo and passenger facil i t ies and terminals to mee t the needs of existing and new port customers; improve p ublic terminal efficienc ies; strengthe n and diversify port's economic base by promoti n g mixed-use development of certai n waterlront port properties; and maximizing revenue-generating potential o f non-waterlront p roperty; and develop e fficient and economically viable transportation linkages by improvin g access roads a n d other surlace transportation access. Source: Florida Transport9ti o n and Economic Development Council, A F iw-Ye81 Plan to Ac;campJish the Mission o f Florida's Se"'JJO'(s 1994195 199&<39. ..JIL,_ ----------------------------------------------------141

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Port I H lahlands. flld i an ;tnd Pal m COYnlie$ tl$ <>1 a 24-eo unly 0 .Ktef\1ing 10 Pasco. Osceola '"' 10 lhe Gull GUll I Suin, Cetwal and Soul.h Ameflca Eutope and Canada Europe, 8Cfmud Venezu, Fa; Tab l e FLORIDA'S PORTS b reak'b\llk ea rgo : I cruise operation&: Foreign T rade Zone "l.lbliC:IpriVe f..odt' ll SNPQ.'!J 19t.t.1' S 1ntfi9. I """""" 99), {)93 I Demeo"' 0 lmpona; $ 773,29& """"" 1,453 480 Domutic: 10,3S9.283 78,308 Exports : 4 1 M03 DomestiC: o lmpons; 70,900 Exports: 48, 400 0 I Mut. i.day ; 0 IOr.eday: 1 .570. 205 (ind lv pauenge
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Florida Trans portation Table 3-68 TOP T E N TRADING PARTNERS WITH FLORIDA FOR 1993 BILLIONS OF U.S. DOILlA, RS) 1 2.7 85 12.168 $1. 834 $ 1 A 7 4 $ 1.36 9 $1.20 1 $ 1,043 lOuie Actirill W'ld .... ro n. &kaieltdffr'A(d;n a...wo ftHta. 1tMW. Table 3-89 FLORIDA'S FOR E IGN TRADE (1993 ) B I LLIONS OF U S ;,.,,., 1 2.4 31.5% 1$.4 13.6 W .-i!OOoo.,..,..,lbO' ......... ,_,....., ,_. f/IW111 Won tiiCb. er.d INcl4-2 7 0 68.5% 39.9 100.0% 12,4 3 1.5% 27. 0 68 5% 2 7 0 100.0% 6euc: $001p01l 1M ECOMfllfc CoiMel, A IM>-YW PiWJ ""'-M"""""' d .. Sot.ocm .....

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Florida Trans11ortation ---------------Table 3 U.S. CONTAINER TRAFFIC, ===2'70,TON EQUIVALENT UNITS (1993) 1,244 ,600 7 86.023 572,170 563.303 541,497 172.99$ 168,647 1 10.4 25 97.818 So111Ce': l'loffda T...,$9C.VIIIIion foACC"0
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Florida Transportation Table 3 -71 FLORIDA'S TOP TEN I MPORT COMMODITIES (1993) BILLIONS OF U S DOicLA RS) $3.65 6 $0.S89 $0 .5 14 $0.436 $0.400 $0 295 $0 .292 $ 0.277 $0.276 50.2 63 $11.0 6 1 SOIQO: A crids SMI:It li'MtPMA!IQon O&'IOIO{IMOI'll Ooune1, A Aceomp lls h The \. \'ss.bn cl $Np01f1 f $gVJ5 1nMI?, Table 3-72 FLORIDA'S TOP TEN EXPORT COMMODITIES (1993) BILLIONS OF U.S. DOLLARS) $0 948 $0.925 $0.468 $0.368 $0 .366 $0.35 4 $ 0 .32 6 $0.320 $0.292 $16.398 Frida Stapert Tr.iln$fJI91Je n 6ncl Eoonemill Oq.YCIICfli!ICI"'\ CO'.Y.I:if, A FJvc. Year Pl:m Aec:olllM Jrnl M'n.!Ofl of Rrxitb-. SNpM5 1994.QS 199&>'99, ..

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Florida Transportation T a ble 37 3 FLO RI D A WATERBORN E TRAD E 5 773 ,299 1,453,480 76,308 410,603 70,900 46, 4 0 0 2, 0 8 6 ,060 2 ,353,875 3 ,988,000 2,628,000 2 807,000 534,620 1. 3 2 6.104 13 ,095 384,333 2 1 2 ,783 8 4 0,087 5 ,875,816 11,811 ,179 0 1 0,359. 283 0 0 0 0 120,000 2 211 9 4 8 4 2,820 0 30,364 ,280 17 ,588,062 486, 9 1 1 1 1 7 ,300 4,439,935 5 130,000 5 755,000 4, 0 7 2 .672 440, 248 1,052,870 48,051,275 FlMdl $$tpOtt liWoSpot\lr.brl ...., f$c.onomic Orot40p'rooi'11 ... FNt-y.., PI! Thq Ml''o/1 ol Rondo's 199C.W. T a b le 3 -7 4 FLOR I D A W ATERBOR N E FORE IGN T RA DE-DOLLAR VAL U E ( 1 993) O F U S UVI-LAK:>I $282 $3,321 $2 ,384 $5,705 $81 S267 $3 $15 $ 1 8 $5,670 $3,145 $8,815 $0 $1 $1 $201 $ 133 $334 $7,990 151 $636 $ 1, 7 1 8 $8 $ 166 $ 196 $2 $ 103 $105 $0 so so $520 $1,168 $ 1,888 $ 1 8 6 1 0 $16,751 $35,361 Sourco: FJrotdl; $o090ft erd f'10Mi A ,.....,._ YW Pr.fJ 10 Accompt. \ '$11 M $ &'011 cl FkWJe'$ 195S.W '"

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Florida Transportation Table 3-75 FLORIDA CRUISE EMBARKATIONS AND DISEMBARKATIONS (1993) 1,570,205 820,150 0 0 2 843 ,000 339,534 Sourc F1ari
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Florida --------------Transportation Demand Management in Florida State-funded transportation managemen t associations or organizations (TMAsiTMOs) are operated as public/private partnerships in accordance or cooperation with local government, local comprehens i ve p lans, and regional commuter services program goals. T MAs and TMOs provide a means for the pub li c and private sectors to respond to local transportation problems. Th is response may be in t he form of advocacy and informat ion dissemination ; provision of transportat ion or other related serv i ces ; or some combination of education and transportation services. T MAs and TMOs engage in a number of promot i ona l activities to marl
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Florida Transportation Alman7C\ Table 3-76 FLORIDA FREIGHT MOVEMENT (1990) 1,64$.6 9.7% 10,22:L Z 32&.1 0.0 3,45$. 8 5,&35.4 102.S% 53,997.7 1 02,482 4 Table 3-77 1 7 % 5,488 4 1 00,0% INTERSTATE FREIGHT COMMODITIES BY MODE (1990) RAIL CARLOAD Coa l 8 ,8$$ .1 Chemicals or Allied Product$ lumber or Wocd P roducts 3,84$.8 Pulp, Paper or A llied Pro6uct$ Chemi;.1S ot Aled 2,812.0 Food or Kindred Produet& Food ot Ktldre
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Florida Transportation FOR-HI R E TRUC K TLL F' ood or K i ndred P r od ue1& 3 ,5$5, $ FOOd o r Product.& 2,644 9 Chemicab or Alll&d Ploducts 1 ,170, 7 2 .07$. 3 Cby Concrete G l3$& ( S l one 1 1 07 8 or WO< PrO
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Rorida Transportation A I R FREIGHT R ubber or M:scellaneous P lastics t 3 3 FOOd or Kindred Producl5 54. 0 P&nWd Matt 1 3 2 EI.-.J 17.3 Pttmary 9 7 7 5 Yranspomtion 9 5 TraMpottai!.On Eqtipmet\t 4 2 8 7 or Relaled Produc t s 4 0 Food o r I
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Florida Transportation RAIL CARLOAD Chem o r Fertililer Mineral& Olhef Miner.-ls ChemicaJ5 01' Altod Pnx:hJc;l$ Coal L umber or WOOd PrOducts PrOduct$ Clay, Conctew G t as.s 01 5me Foo4 01' Kindred ProdtKI:$ Waste or Scr3J) Pulp. Paper 01' Aled ProdUCIB FOR-HIRE TRUCK TLL Clay. Conetete. G I3:U ot SlOne Qltmlc'l$ or Allied PrOdUct$ Food or Kind'red l umber or Woocl Produd$ Petroleum or CQ;)t Pulp. Pltfler 01 A! l lecl P r odtlCI$ Fabricated Metal Products Prim;.ry Metal P r oc:Nd& Transpon&1i0cl Farm Prooucu Table 3-78 INTRASTATE FREIGHT RAIL INTERMODAL 27 .060. 7 Misce llaneous Mi: 7 ' 20 6>A 53. 3 502 441 38.'1 1$. 0 14. 5 14. 4 14. 0 12. 6

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PRIVATE TRUCK Cby, concrete. Glass or Slone Petroleum 01 COOl Products Food or Ki!Kired Product$ Ctemlcals or Allied Products LUmber 01" wooo ProdUcts PriMed Matter Pulp. Pa,per or Allied PrOducts Fabricated Metal Pro6Jcl$ Rulltler or MisceFaneQus Plastics Etee:trkal Eqt:ipmcr.t WATER FREIGHT Pc1fOiol.l m or C and Optical Equip 1,.56G.1 t R.cla1td PrOOUC'\$ T extile Mi l 1 ,187,7 Tcbacco Products 600.6 P rinted Matter S27. 3 Petro'Jeum er CoM PrOl)JC'!$ 1 87,6 Fe.brlcated Me181 Product$ 138.3 CoM
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Florida Transporta tion Table 3-80 FLORIDA INTER S TATE FREI GHT BY STA TE (1990) RAIL CARLOAD 4,308. 9 New sou AJawma 3,121 7 T enneasee 65S. 8 Vlrgitlia 1,146. 1 Olio 631.0 Taxaa 1,12$.& Nortt'l Ciii'Qii n 532. 8 Louisiana 1 0 79.1 I llinois 513.4 364. 1 IUhoiS 360. 0 TeMeu.ee 356 6 Georgia 1, 023. 1 Illinois 345.4 525. 4 Wgi nl a 252.4 Louisiana 3&7.-1 Georgia 23S. 9 309. 7 Ken .. Ci
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Florida Trtmsponarion Alma n'dc\ Tab l e 3-81 A.ORIDA I NTERSTATE FRE I GHT BY STATE ( 1 990) New York 1 5 1. 5 IUnois. ebamo 114 9 SouUt catc lina 439. 8 M!asisalppl: 640.1 415. 1 Nor1h CilfO!in:. 425, 1 L ouisiana 275.5 NewYOfk 352.6 North Car olna 211.8 Pennsytlanl a 294. 1 NGw Yorlt 208. 0 Soutl:\ C:arolil a 2 1 6.5 142.4 21S S t31.$ T,... t BfU t 31.6 1 69 5 A I R FREIGHT Texu 20.9 A!abamo 52. 5 Georgia 19.7 Callnia 8 4 Dinoi$ 1 H New York 6.3 8 8 _.,._ 3.8 Ca!itorma 5.4 T .. ., 2 4 3.9 Ka0$3$ 2.3 NewJeney 2 4 1 7 Alaska 1.8 .,....., 1.8 Mcl$$3ehUSts 1 8 North CaroSna 1.5 1.4 TRANSEARCH b'f Rooblo Oep811ment o! c:>

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Florida Transportatio n A lmande\ Table 3-8 2 FLORIDA I N TERSTA TE F R E IGHT B Y STATE (1990) 20 ,870. 1 T
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' --,1--..... "':c .. !13lt t3 . ---.'. Table 3-83 INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS PROJECTS IN FLORIDA ,, .. ... It' I . . -. I Clly of Or1ando, I Travol and Troff'oc I Trov'Tek prJchlele TtavTek devices. FHWA, Florldt Commercial Vehicle Advantage 1 represent s a mu lk.tat4 Estimated Cost : Georg1a, Tenneasee, Operations partflershlp of publlo tnd privato &&Ctor $ 10. 956 Kentucky, Ohio, interests along the J-75 conido r The p roject Ontario and will motor..cante.r operat ions by Motor Carrier l ndultry allowing an d PfOpe rty documen ted tNc:b to travel any Mgment abng the entire length of 1 at mU\IIne speeds wilh minlinal 5topplng at weigMnspection otationo. FOOT, FHWA Tntvel and TICif&:: ProjO<:I dufs wlh evaluation of MiS st ES&na'.sd cost Go:den Ga!es lntelthqe Tra!"IC $124.1 Management and fCS lntonnadon Center and 'so coordinates al modN of ground S.Y5tems at the lnttordlange a nd real tine rnrormation co the drfolers.. Travef and Traffic I Project deals with Developme n t a nd Cost Management Implementation o f t..9S and 1-695 detour route $70 1 traffic $gn.al timing: plana In Sroward and Paln Beach Counties end atso Oo.aign and Construction of UTCS expansion s in 1hese counties and also Des ign and Co nttruction of CMSS on In Bloward FOOT, FHWA t ElectronM: Ton and I SofieitaUon and selection of 1 SunPass EStimated Cor.t Traffic Management Vendor has recently been suspended. The $47.5 Sun Pass AVIIETTM iy&tlm Will bit """lemellted beginning aiOf'lg the Homestud extension and. tha touthe:m sectbn of the mahflne. COOllpleled In 1994 to Contact : Rebert Rupert, FHWA Headquartel'l. HlV-10 (202) 366-2194 Expect ed Completion In Mar ch 1 997 ::!1 0 Pcraon to contact Sus.tn Mooney, FH'VVA rogk>n HE$41, (404) .,. 347 .. 075 {! 0 Elq>ede4 i Con'c>lotion In 1999 ""'""" 10 :r conl:l<:t Rc>
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FOOT, FHWA, C ity of I Travel and Traffic JaCksonville Manaaement inili'al video tnJffic surveill ance syst e m in Jacksonvife at each end of Buckman S21. 67 Completion in Bridge, instalration of Changeable Mess a g e 1999. Person to Sign System(CMSS) replacement of el(isting Contact Jim Scott, UTCS i n the CSO, and condu ct FOOT. Oist U SCS Master P lan FOOT, FHWA I Public TraMportatio n Automalic Vehi cle l ocation {AVL)IAul o matic Estimated Cost: Ex peeled Management Vehicle fdentification (A VI) cons!ruction statiC S9 9 C o m pletion m data.bS$eS, smart bus stops 1ntegr atio n o f 1999. Perso n to static d.a tabases i n signal p riority JCS for Contact: Rory ttansit buses a n d High Occup a ncy Vehiefe.s Santana, FOOT Ois1VI FOOT. FHWA I Emetge ncy Vehicle I Expand Hghway Advisory Radi o (HAR) lOt J Estim a ted CO&t: & p ected ::! Management 75 oon.struction projeClS; I nstall M oto rist Aid $9 096 Completion in 0 C-all Box S)'stem o n remaining portion of 1-1 0 1999. Person to 1-75 and 1-295 Contact J im Scott. FOOT, Distll e FOOT. FHWA Travel and Traffic Broadcast a reawide trave l information from Estimated Cost: Expected 'ti '\=" IIIWJit Management the Orfando fMC throug h area cable $8.867 Comp letion in ll .... ... systems expand .an d enhance Metto Or\ando 1 999 Person to il . . TMC, and U\e operation of J ncldent Contact: Fred g Manageme n t t h r ougllout the d istrict. Ferrell, FOOT, OistV t FOOT. FtWA. I Travel and T raffic I Hillsborough County arte ria\ sutveilla nce Estimated Cost: Expect&d Hisboro ugh Co u nty M a n a g e ment system, replacing Tamp3 UTCS vl.th $7.266 Co m pletion in tlill$borou g h COunt)' traffic contro l ( MIST) 1999. PetSon to )J $)'stem Oeslgn Tampa Atea Tra ve l le r Contact David Information System. Buser FOOT. O istVII FOOT. FHWA Pub li c Tfansportatton Coordina1e with a n k>cal tran sit p r oviders a n d Estimated Cost Expected Ma n agement T r i-Railto develOp fiJ!ure Advanced P u b lic $2 9 Compietion in Transportatio n System {APTS) program. Jo int 1999 PetSon to Project Agreements for CMSS and HAR Contact Bill in terfaces with. focal and regional Uwis_ FOOT, systems to proW:fe eiHoute transit O ist-rv informatiOn

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Complete the de$ign and the construction o f Estimated Cost: I Expecte d the second phase of the Lee County $2.26 Complelion i n Computerlzed Signal System. 1999. Person to Contact J R. Love ll FOOT, OiM1 FOOT, FHWA P ublic Transportatio n Install ttand kiMks in Orla n do, and a ls o Esti'na!ed Cost Expected Manage-ment inst a D transit AVL in Orlando. $2 19 5 Completion In 1999 Person t o Contact Fred FtrreD FOOT, Dis t V FOOT, FHWA I E lectronic Payment I Electron i c Paymen t wtth ETTM I e.timated Cost: I Expected (Demo) Smart Card (MOTA). $2 0 Completion I n 1999. Person to e: COntact: Rory i Santana FOOT, O$t -VI oump I Toavol and Traffic O&velopihg des;gn concept for IVHS Turnpike Estimated Cost Manage-ment T raffic Operations Ce n t er located at th e $ 1.3 Comp letion i n .. : . Pompano Opera t ions Center; installation of 1999. Person to Q, CMSS; providing pre-trip trave l a n d en-route Contact: CUve g driver i nfonn.ation inclu ding in-vehicle Taylor, Turnpike infonna tion incidents c:onges.tio n etc. Dlst FOOT Travel and Traffic I Evaklate the need for an I ncident Detection est:mated Cost Expected J.J Management and Manag e ment syst e m in the oour.ty; $ 1 .19 Completion in co n duct a faa&ibilify study for a n area-wid e 1 999 Person to computerized sign a l system in the Panama Contact Charles C ity /Bay Cou nty arxl Fort Walon Beach Dunn, FOOT, O i st areas. Ill Commercial Vehicle Assisting in t M <:omm etda l vefl.ick! Estimated Cost Expected Oper atio ns operations. $0.491 Comp letion i n 1999. Pereon to Contact Clive Taylor Tumplke FOOT

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Eme rge ncy Vehicle I Conduct feas i bility sttldies to d e t errr*-e the I Estimatest: Expected Management (EV'M) need for EVM syst eM$ in T allahaue.e $0. 3 Completion i n Panama City, F ort Walton a n d 1999 Per10n IO Co ntact C h a rles D u n n FOOT, Oist "' FOOT. FHWA I E lectlo nic Paymen t SunPass i$ p ta n r e d for implementa t ion alo n g N/A Expected S e rvices 46 toll lanes of the Polk Co u nty Park. way. Comple t io n in 1999. Person to Co ntact: J.R. L oven . FOOl. 01>1-1 FOOT. FHWA I Eme rg ency Vehicle Eval uat e th e nee d for additional locations in Est im ate d CMt E xpected ;!:! .. Management the district Whic h would 1>ener11. fr'om the $0. 0 7 5 Completio n In N o tifica ti o n a nd emergency ve h icle managemen t systo m s W'l 1999. Pel:$0n to !1: .. Pet$0nal Security urban ized a r eas: eval uate o n -goi ng research Con tact : J .R. on te$ t in g of E m e rg e ncy N otification and Lovell. FOO T Person a t Security Sys!m s by ITS America DiSt l and othe r states f o r p ote ntia l appli cations in It=-' ,,. -,: .. the District ...,_ . ..... iii :> Wii -l&.o:c< >1< ii,t_ "'.Oti!:l)l.w, Mi3mi Airport Autom a tic Vehicle Miami A i rport i$ usin g JVHS technobgy t o N/A Com pleted i n ldentir.eatlon reduce congestio n and incr ease re venue i n August t99S. thei( passenger p ick -up lane s O nly ve h icles t wit h AVI tag o n the i r ve h ioles w i ll be a llowed into the lane. Dade: County Publk; I Autom-atic Vehic l e Dad& County Public Works Departme n t will N/A Existing ;J WoJ'1(s Department IdentifiCati o n u se AVI fo r to ll collection on th e Ven e t ian Techn o log y Causeway, w h ich connects Miami Beach to M ia m i and R ichenbacker Causewa y whtc h ccnn eccs Virginia Key and Key B iscayne to th e rNinlaf\d. City of Bay H arbor A u tomatic Veh icle City of Bay Harbor l sla.Bds h as a lowtech I N!A I Existing Id e ntifiCa t io n but very fvn a ional. AVI system lnstaUed a M operationa l on the B road cau seway mainly t o reduce cong es tion a t tlte Tol l p lans. Automatk: V e h i cle Dade County i$ curre n tly p l a n ni'lg to in s ta U N!A Started in J uly L ocation communlcatbn devices on all its co u nty 1993. v e h icles, p ru s AVL equipment on M O TA Completio n in b u se s to qet real time tra. ... el infotm3 t ion. '996.

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E lectronic Toll Co!i'action: Fiekf EvaluatiOns on the City of Miami, CUTR. Automatic Vehicle Automatic location for Measureme n t I Est i malad Cost: I Completed in Airtoueh ToJetrac LocatiOn of Corridor LtweJ.of -$ervice: The M iam i $0.025 S eptember 1994. Me thod. F DOT.Cl11R ( Automatic Vehicl e l Automatic Vehi cle Loca t ion f o r Measurement I Es timated Cost: I COmpleted in LocatiOn of Corrido r Level-of-service: Statewi:ie $0 .03 December 1 994 Feasibility Automat i c Vehicle I Ana l ys is o t A utomatic V&h iC!'.e I dentifiCation I Estimated Cost I Completed In May IdentificatiOn T echnol ogy and its potenWJ applicat ion on $0.0 7 1 99!. Aorida's Tu rn p ike : Execu t ive AlllJETTM I Anal ysis o f AVIIETlM for Eslimated Cost COmpleted In Flofida's T urnpik e $0.0 3 Mar ch 1992. FtfNA, FOOT, CUTR I Travel and Traffic E atfy O ep)Oyme nt P lan for Tampa Bay Ar'e a Estimated Cost: Comp!e ted in Managemen t Integrated T t an$portation I nformation $0.1 October 1993 Systems. lf-FOOT U F Harris S ystem Atchi\octure Deve lopmen t of natlonal ITS System f E stimated Cost: J Bq:>acted Corp . Westin g house Architecture : Phase I. $2.0 Comp letion in February 1995. 1. 0Ajl al\m(lf'!l IVHS Pte)o:U, 1934). 2. of Tr.mp::lthlliOn'$ FLORIDAns CONCEPTVAl PIAN (h'l7ttmbe r 1 994) 3. V&rl:la S C UTR Sl t g. :.. [ JJ

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Florida Transportation -------------TOURISM 1994 THE YEAR IN BRIEF Table 4-1 VISITORS TO FLORIDA IN 1994 18,521,983 46.4% 21,294,070 (13.0%) 39,883,477 100.0% 41,032,560 (2.8%) Exit inteNiews by the F l orida Department of Commerce i ndicated that top origin states for air visitor& t o Florida wer e New York, New Jersey, and Illinois while auto v i sitor top origins were Georgia, Ohio and Tennessee. The top destinations of air visitors surveyed were Dade County, the Disney World region, and Broward County. The top destinations for auto surveyed were the Orange Osoeola -Walt D isney World region, Bay, and Volusia Counties. Exit inteNiews indicated that vacationing was the primary reason for bot h ai r and auto visitors com ing to F l orida. The "Busi ness" category was listed as the second most
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Florida Transporration Table 4-2 TOP TEN ORIGIN STATES OF AIR VIS I TORS SURVEYED 2 7 3% 2 7 3% 2 7 .7% 3 7 .0% 2 7 .4% 3 5.8% 7 4 7% 5 5.2% 5.5 5.4% 6 5 .5% 4 5 .5% 3 6 .9% 3 6 .4% 2 1.8% 7 5 1 % 5 5 .3% 4 5.5% 4 5 .4% 5 5 5.4% 3 6 .2% 6 5 .2% s.s 5.0% 7.5 4.7% 4 5 .7% 4 5 5 .6% 7 4 .8% 5 5 5.0% 6 4 .9% 7 5 .3% 4.5 5 6% 8 4 .2% 1 0 3 .7% 9 4 .1% 9 3 .9% 8 4.2% 7 5 4.7% 8 4 .7% 9 3 .9% 10 3 .6% 9 3 .8% 10 3 .4% 9 3 .8% 8 4 1% 59.9% Swct Fbric.ta 0! &,f$$1.1 Oft:(.MO<'nieN\alyti$ JfP4 Vo'$i,'OI' Table 4-3 TOP TEN DEST I NATIONS OF A IR VISITORS SURVEYED =:::r 2 16.3% 1 18 1% 2 19.0% 1 19.0% 1 22.4% 3 1 4 .8% 2 1 8.0% 3 16.8% 3 15 .7% 2 1 5 1% 4 12.0% 4 11.3% 4 11 .6% 4 15.1% 4 13.5% 5 6.1% 5 6 .3% 6 5 .5% 5 6.2% 5 6 .6% 6 6.0% 6 6.0% 5 5 .8% 6 5 .2 % 6 5 7% 7 4 .5% 10 3 7% 10 3.7% 8 5 4,3% 10 3.9% 8 3 .7% 9 4.3% 8.5 4 3% 9 3 .3% 7 4.6% 9 3 .8/0 10 4 .0% 1 0 3.2% 10 4.0% 8 4 .0% 7 4 ,0% 8 4 .4% 8 4.2% Soule Aorid8 Oeparl,lllll"t ()I 6u'oau o l Aniltysis 1994 1-TorifN Shod}' -------------------------A------------------------

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Florida Transportation Alman"dc\ -----------Table 4-4 MAIN PURPOSE OF TRIP FOR AIR VISITORS SURVEYED Business (Co./Govt.IPersonal ) 29.5% 29.6% 27.7% Visit Friends/Relatives 28.7% 28.6% 29.4% Convention/Conference/Trade Show 3.6% 2 4% 1.9% Cruise 2.1% 1.6% 1.6% Honeymoon 0.7% 0.7% 0.9 % Other 0.7% 0.8% 1.1% Table 4-5 TOP TEN ACllVITIES ENJOYED IN FLOR IDA BY AIR VISITORS SURVEYED Rest/Relaxation 16.1% 16.2% 16.4% Beaches 13.6% 1 3.1% 13.4% Climate 1 2 .4% 1 2.5% 12.6% Pool Activities 8.5% 8.7% 8.9% Attractions (and Day Cruises) 7.2% 7.1% 7 2% Dancing/Night Lif e 3 .8% 4.0% 4.1% Gol f 3.4% 3.4% 3.0% Water Sports 2.5% 2.1% 2.2% Boating/Charter Boating 2 .4% 2 3% 2 .2%' Historical S ites 2.4% 2.1% 2 .3% Soun:o: 1-lorld!l OepeNnen t d EoonomiAflflr41s, 1g14 Vi513ot S!uaY(1935). ,...,.,.

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Florida Transportation ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE PATTERNS OF AIR VISITORS SURVEYED PER PARTY PER DAY 2.20 6.11 5 91 23.44 22.41 31.22 30.89 9.86 9 .55 7 .57 8.18 7 .11 7.08 s 98.27 $ 96.72 1.6% Otnou oll!conomicAtlo i)'Si.S, ln$110<' St(.O(fyi1m). Table 4-7 TOP TEN ORIGIN STATES/PROVINCES OF AUTO VISITORS SURVEYED 2 6.0o/o 2 6 .0% 2 6.8% 2 5 5.9o/o 2 3 5.0% 6 4 .5% 5 4.8% 5 4.8% 5 4.5 4.7% 7 4 .2% 7 4.4% 7.5 4.2% 9 4 5 4 .7% 4 5 .2% 3 5.3% 4 5.2% 3 6 4 .5% 3 5 .3% 6 4.5% 7.5 4.2% 6.5 7.5 4 .3% 8.5 4 1 % 10 3.9% 7.5 4 .3% 8 5 4.1% 4 5.2% 2.5 5.9% 6.5 10 4 .2% 9 4.2% 10 10 4.2% 5 5.1% 8 4.3% 10 3 .9% 8 57. 7% SOIIrc o: ef Buroou ol ECCitiOtfllt Alllll ysts 1904 Yl$ o)Ot" SMIJ' (1 00$) 6.4% 4 .6% 4 0/ o 5 .1% 4 .4% 4 .4% 3 .7% 4 .3%

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Florida Transportation ------------Ta ble 4-8 TOP TEN DESTINATIONS OF AUTO VISITORS SURVEYED 2 13.8% 2 1 2.8% 2 13.6% 3 13.2% 3 13.1% 3 1 2.0% 3 11 6% 3 13 .4% 2 13.6% 2 14.6% 4 7.1% 6 6.0% 5.5 6.1% 7 6.0% 9 5.2% 5 6 .8% 8.5 5.5% 7 6 .0% 5 6.8% 4 7.1% 6 6.7% 5 6 3% 5 5 6 .1 % 7 6 .3% 4 6 .7% 4 7.2% 6 6.4% 6 6 .4% 8 6.2% 10 4.7% 8 5.8% 8 5.2% 7 5 .9% 9 5.6'/o 7 5 .8% 9 5.6% 9 5.1% 8 5 .6 % 10 5.1% 8.5 5 5% 10 5.4% 10 4.8% 10 4.8% Sou ret: Op$1\'Mnl
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Florida Transport arion Alman'ic\ Table 4-10 TOP TEN ACnVITIES ENJOYED IN FLORIDA BY AUTO VISITORS SURVEYED Rest/Relaxation 17.2% 16.8% 14.6% 1 5.0% 1 2.5% 12.2% Attractions (and Day Crulses) 8 .6% 7 .7% Pool Activities 6.0% 6.9% Historical Sites 3.5% 4.1% 3.1% 3 .8% 3.1% 3.4% Dancing/N ight life 2 .4% 2 .6% DoparlmOI"ll efComrrArCO Bu11au ol EeotiCfllic AN'y$1$. 19'14 Vi$'t01' $1411/y ( 19$5), Table 4-11 ESnMATED EXPENDITURE PATIERNS OF AUTO VISITORS S URVEYED PER PARTY PER DAY 3.99 3.78 5 .83 6.48 9.94 10.97 17.89 18.49 6.14 6 71 3.25 3.47 2.50 2 .82 s 50.22 $ 53.45 SO<.RO: Floricl11 ot tk.ro a u ot commio iS. f994 V.slrot Study { 19951. 18.0% 15.0% 12.8% 7.2% 5 .9% 3.7% 3.6% 3.4% 2.8%

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Floria ------------1,975.461 2 ,348,508 2,140,852 9 .7% 6,130,715 5,959,:456 2.9% :l-211, 684 2 ,133, 719 3 .7% 1,789,645 1 823,828 10.2% 1,465,225 1 ,-427,736 2 .6% 5 468,554 5,185,283 5.4% 1,576,260 1,278 ,456 23 .3% 1,815,483 1,398,690 30.0% 1,437 ,319 1,192,301 20 .6% 4 829,042 3,869,447 24.8'Yo 1 ,440,014 1 ,533,722 ( 6.1%) 1 ,796, 057 1,808,995 (0.7%) 1,699,112 1 381 ,587 23.0 % 4 935,183 4,724,304 4.5% 21,361,494 19,738,490 8 2% ____________ ______ ____ !r ________________ ____ __

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Florida Transport;, doD Table 4-13 AIR V I SITOR EST IMATES BY AIRPORT 2 184,767 2,075,77 1 5.3% 1.248 ,573 1 214,196 2 .7'l4> 549, 351 499,7 48 9 .9% 151,028 152.277 (0 8%) 5,410,163 5 ,429 .085 (0.3%) 6 556,155 5,737,5 73 14. 3% 1,284 ,541 1,173 ,262 9 .5% 81 .580 77,857 4 8% 224, 992 179 .259 25.5% 455,742 502, 424 (9.3%) 72,778 7 5 078 (3 1%) 2 ,894, 442 2.391,482 21. 0% 21, 361,494 19,738,490 8 2% FlQtide 0 1 Co'!!M tfi:O Of t!'d.J $:11\1)-( 1995).

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Florida -----------Table 4-14 AUTO VISITOR ESTIMATES BY MONTH 1,697 ,954 1 897 656 2 006,748 2,135,093 5,056,269 5,730,703 1,467,148 1 768,242 1,316,260 1 655,803 1 ,888,180 1 923,069 4,671,588 5,347 ,114 2 163,307 2 434,868 1 851,064 1 844 951 1 129,8 2 9 1, 349 ,960 5,144,200 5 629,779 1 ,105,030 1,267,372 1 ,269,135 1 529,534 1,275 761 1,789,568 3,649,926 4,586,474 18, 521,983 21,294,070 (17 2%) (6.0%) (17.0%) (20.S%) (1. 8%) (11. 2%) 0 .3% (16 3%) (8.6%) ( 1 2.8%) (17.0%) ( 2 8 .7%) (2o.4%) (13.0%)

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Florida Transportation Table 4-15 FLORIDA AIR AND AUTO HISTORICAL VISITOR ESTIMATE SER IES (1980) 1,880,460 1,825,370 2,n6,304 2,137,732 2,194,594 2,94 4 587 2 209.892 2,337,414 2,733 ,622 1 ,985 ,377 2 188 752 3,281,158 2 591.344 2.683,420 3,519 787 2,631 ,758 2.852 .655 13,049,211 2 777,674 2 852,197 2 302,193 3 071,548 2 891,476 2 193,904 3,230,612 3.273,843 2 818,066 3,442,785 3,812,900 2.922.894 4, 109,895 3,711, 156 3 2 4 2.26 4 4,327,212 4,212,206 3.557 454 15,801,213 5 313,254 4 732,657 4 127 ,563 5 ,797,85 2 5 029,208 4 388,498 6,175,199 5.483 735 5,155,480 6,176 ,407 5,798 .277 5,091 ,646 7,391.053 6 302,500 5 925,684 7,846 ,999 6 ,843 .964 6,410,109 28,850,424

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Florida Transponallon --------------Table 4 15 (continued) HISiTO,RIC:AL VISITOR ESTIMATE SERIES 3,854,066 3,229,349 3,158,177 4,263,350 3,444,516 3,702,701 4 ,808,834 3,765 ,504 3,926,027 4 137,227 3 ,767,289 4,318,151 4,9 12,302 4,527,707 4,883 ,215 4 909.987 3 ,832 931 4, 157, 7 1 1 4,067 ,400 4,482 4 1 8 3,999 ,211 4 ,527,865 4 4 13,1 to 4,213.58 7 4 391,965 5,328,776 4,484,508 5 ,3 14,803 4,424 ,073 5,254,840 4,164,60 1 5 1 56,637 5,313 ,696 4,53a ,271 7,921 ,466 7,711 ,765 7, 157,3a8 8,791,215 7,857,626 7 ,9 1 6,288 9,200,799 9,094,280 8 4 1 0,535 9 ,3a6,839 9,01l2,092 8,742,224 10,329,125 9,782,547 9 047,816 1 0,066,624 9, 1 46,627 8,693 ,982 R."i

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Florida Transportation Table 4-15 (continu ed) F L ORIDA A I R AND A U TO HISTORICAL VISITOR ESTIMATE SERIES 4 609 283 4 ,4$4,383 4,490 .853 5 185,283 3.869. 4 ,72-4, 304 1 9,738, 4 90 Ak 6,130,715 5 466.554 4 ,829.042 4.935 183 21,H1. 4 t 4 5.299 42 1 5.380 838 5.091 877 5,.34.'1,114 s.629 .n9 4, 588,474 21,2 94 ,07 0 5,066.269 4,671 588 5,144,20 0 3.849 .926 18 52Uil 9.81$.32 1 9.582,530 10,5)2.397 9,499.226 9 310,778 11 186 984 10,13a 142 9,973,2 42 8.585 109 -----------------"""

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Florida Transportation T a b l e 4-1 6 VISI TORS BY REGIO N (1989-1994 ) 1 989 19.1% 4 4 ,9 05 54 1 12 7% 6 6,626 848 17.1% 5 11,614 1 4 9 30.0% 2 7,808.215 20.2% 3 2.851 ,695 7 4 % 7 11,788,156 30. 5% 1 1990 7,352.567 17 9 % 4 4,634,181 11.3% 6 6 ,956, 664 17.0'4 5 11,504 ,725 28.1% 2 7,41 9 ,348 18. 1% 3 2,811, 1 53 6.9% 7 1 2,839,327 31. 3% 1 1 991 7 224,455 18 3% 3 4 127,814 10.4 % 6 6.5 70,55 0 16. 6% 5 10 ,5 54.752 26 7% 2 6,713.120 17 0% 4 2 ,590,723 6 6 % 7 13,386 .130 33.8% 1 51,167,544 fRR

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Florida Transportation -----------Table 4 (continued) V ISITORS BY REGION (1989) 1992 3 892,369 9.6% 6 ,668, 524 1 6 .5 % 10, 965,330 27.1% 7,459 ,648 1 8.4% 2 ,9 0 3,170 72% 13,560,302 33.5% 1993 4 ,212,934 10.3% 6,519,393 15.9% 10, 7 1 3,397 25.1% 7 364,346 1 8.0'!. 2,689,528 7.0% 13, 4 1 9,865 32.7% 1994 3 ,908 578 9.8% 5,982 517 1 5.0% 9,89 1,09 5 2 4.8% 7 ,4 58,205 18.7% 2 6 7 2,191 6.7% 33.4% 6 5 2 3 7 1 6 5 2 3 7 1 6 5 2 3 7 1

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.FloridA Table 4-17 FLORIDA VISITOR FORECAST (1995 1997) 11.343 10.17 5 9.597 9 .094 10.3 91 9 .846 9 .364 10.846 10.324 9.645 43.134 1A% OA% 5 .9% 2 1% 2 6% 3 .2% 4 4 % 4 .9% 4 9% 4 4 %

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F lorida Transportatio n T able 4 1 8 H OTEUMOTEL O C C U PA NCY RATES A N D A V ERAGE DAILY ROO M RATES lWELVE MONTHS E N DI N G DECE M BER 1 99 4 67.3% 69.5% 78.88 76.4 5 67.7% 66. 1% 123.03 1 1 9.52 65.9% 6 5.0% 70.76 70.46 59.0% 59.9% 61.41 59.66 70.4% 66.1% 72.12 69.69 66.0o/o 63.8% 65.73 64.00 68.4% 72.8% 123.51 120.71 72.0% 70.4% 1 4 7.96 144.64 68. 5% 67.0% 53.04 51 .35 72.4% 74. 1 % 62.85 62.24 57.6% 56.3% 57.75 55.13 69.4% 70. 7% 119.88 115.67 68.9% 70.1% s n.21 $ 75.94 Soun:o: F lcrio:b Dep8lfttlfltl l Of c..rnett, 6\lf9$1.1 ol' t59-C Vit.'tol SWdy 191

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Floridll TraDSportation Tabl e 4 -19 FLORIDA AS THE INTE N DED F I RS T ADDRESS I N THE UNITED STATES SELEC TED O R I G I N COU N TRIES 1993-1 Fsance 110.314 10 4,903 (4.9%) 844.644 863, 3 4 5 2 .2% Genna n y 455,046 3 1 2 ,667 (31. 3%) 1 ,826,757 1 704 ,811 ( 6 7% ) l laly 85, 754 73,730 (14 ,0%) 555, 785 550.8 4 0 ( 0 9%) Netherlands 88,214 85, 117 (3 4%) 378, 904 3 9 2 584 3 .6% Norway 22,162 1 6,896 (2 3.8%) 106,437 10 5.317 ( 1 1% ) Spai n 84,935 6 1 .451 (5. 4 %) 309 .695 295.328 (4 6%) Sweden 53,626 34,242 (36.1%) 224 .281 21 4 5 1 9 (4.4%1 Switze t land 63,608 57. 991 (8 .8%) 341,591 366.462 7 3% United Kingdom 1. 127.739 954, 9 9 8 (15.3%) 2 9 99,301 2,920 ,975 ( 2 6%) Argen t ina 200. 933 179. 8 9 4 (10.5%) 387,116 390,109 0 .8% Sra.zil 294 ,791 334,793 13 6% 555, 102 661 265 19.1% Chife 58, 845 57,142 (2 9%) 1 2 0 901 125 407 3.7'/., Colomb i a 127.329 129,427 1 .6% 2 1 2.688 228.407 7 .4% Ecuador 49,749 54,552 9 .6% 89, 554 98,432 9.9% Peru 82. 882 76,290 (7 9%) 128 ,216 121,269 ( 5 .4%) Venez u e l a 268.992 (2 .2%) 444 ,355 424,1 61 {4,$%} Asia 147,444 146, 942 (0 3%) 5 165 ,147 5 ,881,981 13.5% J apan 112 ,695 107.169 ( 4 9%) 3 ,542. 546 4 ,065.023 1 4 .7% Aus:Ualia 1&,601 1 6.160 (2. 7%) 448,507 4 10,666 (8. 4%) Caribbean 536,177 477 ,60 0 (10. 9%) 1 ,098 ,110 1,0 0 8 ,214 (8 2%) M ex ico 230,408 236 5 1 8 2 .7% 1.591.778 1 ,657.657 4 1% NOlO: Ttli$ ot'l'lt il lfb l)tt 1.4$<11 0)' 11\t 01111$1trl'tQi'l! Oi I;-klr OJ.:flloMo5 O f lttiOtn ll lol'lll l tr.IYOiof'5 IGFIM!III Fl;uros do 110t 1Q?

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Fl<>rida 7:r4DSp<>rtatioDA/mluJ, -----------Table 4 -20 STATEWIDE TOTAL AND "TOURISM/RECREATION" TAXABLE SALES PERCENT CHAi'fGE: 1994193 (IN $ BILIJONIS) 12. 75 5.7% 3 .00 14.22 6.4% 3.31 39.02 4."M'o 9.00 13.40 5 .2% 2.94 12.94 6.6% 2 .55 12.90 4.9% 2 .61 39.24 5.6% 8.10 12.61 2.4% 2.76 1 2.63 6.6% 2.47 1 2.57 5 .7% 2 44 37.81 4 .9% 7 .67 12.92 8.4% 2.70 13.21 5.3% 2.61 16.30 8.4% 3 31 42.43 7.4% 8.62 158.50 5.7% 33.39 Soun:o: Flericb of Cnmette., But"MU Cl Mtltftlt 1$9-t FIMIN Vi$l'lkW Sl1J6y {100$1. 2.9% 2.6% 4.9% 9.5% (7.1%) 3.2% 4.1% 3.6% 2.8% 3 .2% 2.9% 16.5% 2.1% 8 .5% (1.1%) 3.7% ----------------------1 ----------------------19.'1

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Florida Transportation Table 4-21 "TOUR I SM/RECREATION" TAXABLE SALES M ET ROPOLITAN S TA TISTICAL AREAS (MSA) 199 01994 $ 853.4 811 3 794.3 766 0 2 939.5 2, 787 8 2 .665. 8 2,522.6 1,0 13.0 967. 8 897. 5 862. 5 457.7 434.2 405. 6 397. 9 391. 0 362 8 336.6 307 4 400. 8 359.0 341.4 32o.6 1 .8 64 7 1,730.1 1 64 1 1 1,556 .8 599. 0 558.2 534. 7 511 3 785.0 756.5 730 8 682.1 4 087 9 4 103.6 3,950 7 3 685.5 784.5 694.8 680.7 625. 1 305.0 277 7 261.4 246.1 6,216.5 6,209.6 6,237.6 5 ,459. 5 438 9 448 9 404 7 374.1 574 2 531 9 504.2 467. 3 7 25.2 681 0 652 5 630. 1 434.4 400.1 375.1 364 0 4 132 0 3,902 2 3,732 5 3,579 2 2.43 4 1 2.300.7 2, 1 52.4 2 054 7 760. 1 2,54 1 .3 846.4 386.5 2 96 .9 301.0 1,492 4 501.1 667. 2 3.584 3 550.2 234 6 5,427 2 359.4 45 1. 4 601.1 353. 0 3 ,497. 2 2,026.4 N,O( AOOCir(!iiiQ IICo ._. U $ C..,..., 81,1'._0..0, $ S'.atitlital Nllo) ( MSA ) IS I n tftO ot tHO I OfO.)'S: 0. Oly de\ lOUt 00,000 Of 11 Cont\.<8 .,..,.llu
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Florida Transportation Table 4-22 TOURIST DEVELOPMENT TAX COLLECTIONS (1993 ) S
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Florida Tra n sporrarion Tabl e 4-2 3 TO P TEN S T A TES I N E X PE N DITURES B Y U .S. T OUR I STS 1 993 BILLIONS OF U U ICLA,I<;)I 28.451 5.1% 8 .8% 20 248 7 9% 6 3% 19.688 3.7% 6.1% 13. 743 7 .4% 4 3% 1 2.645 8 .9% 3 9% 11. 124 6.2% 3.4% Pennsylvania 10. 1 5 1 5.2% 3. 1 % 8 .997 5.1% 2 .8% 8 .969 6 4% 2 8% NOM: TheM Jo-n$ ,.ll&c::t tov-1'"' $!Ciiv4y O r tl
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Table 5-1 FLORIDA S TRANSPORTATION TAX SOURCES ... --...... 1 ... ;.;,; '!}trr:*-'r Fllftra l l'llgtlW1y 1\.!el taxes and OUle! exelso and "tfllele use ancr Fedoro.li4'XOI o n noncoi'M'Ierclal aviatiOn fuol. air line wayb.'lls., and ftpti/UJrts. Ftdnl h \11TN-fue1 t&lr..05. >;.Jlh; l Hlo-IOICI 1\Jets (net .. tuels, LPG and CtCG). Hl;fiWay Full! (i\'lclud!nv "atema1iva .. -i1 Avladon tl.lll (IXOtpt tor 1hat vsed by :t(':"!' .11ntl tlectng to "preta1d' their f . ,.. s.. SldiOn 5) Almn.e .n: h ttc.at,..... sa.5.:.& Ga&eline. .. 10Cfg al GaschoL .... 40'gal Dlesel._ . 16dgal .... .. IJclga l Jet FUe l 11 .ser gat TICket tax. .... 10% taJC,.., 8 ,2S% A I ft.lels .. t.Selgl NIA NIA AI Gasol i'l e .0-4.6clgOJI D!eseL..4. 6clg a l AD FFY ft$5 Di&t i t\IOOn$ None None N one ..... Oofi __ ._ __ ttans!s.. ___ ,o Miscellaneous ctedils & reflclds l'armers & flsl'.etmaR. transit &Vstttns. lOcal governmeat} .. .. . 1 8 0/R t !Mce Charge ... .... ... _,2$ Mlacti laneoua etedl$ and refl.rlds & Rsherman, transit I Y $te m) . . .. ,, ,, , ,, ... .. 1 Tot.ol. .. _ ___ ... -.. 26 GI'R tCN'iOo ctuwg e ... .. ... Collldiol'l &:cs ...... -..... ..... ..-...... ilwtllo 'SC tefiJI$.--.e TM ---10 ctlb;nspcraliii:w\ (ll!lc-,. fll U. 1111 '*II lind eMg.lt. Ta $csa!l:es A Ptttf:M(Jiruwy 1-"'' 78 ,.. z ... l i "' i JJ

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Florida Transportation _,.. .. 1 0 0 c II -ft r i -' I ,; I I j ; i II i j I I f &eo e : f iH : j., I I X : I 1 I l f 1l j flU ti a.i!h t i I !) I I I e ; I J .o. S .!!"'f ... Jl ll :;; t!J t!Jjoo "' Ul > w 0 a: ::> j 0 l! 8 ... ft -Ul 0 i>< ::; -f N ... w o -i : ' J 2 I ..., i'O c:Z :IL oO 1: u;:: 0 2 8 -c( .. 'i il o ":'I-"'0:: R .,o :;so. ,.CII 1-Z j g I j Ul z .s > < c .. si itS> 0-< 0 ii: n u i t i 0 "& t; E .. v !II it ; 5 -l li ... i .. l I !!'I; l l .. > .:!!O .a I H ; g!! 1 8 i tl -I ul ... .!! :r al! 'i :z g > t -b E H l a j i: :.! I 0

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. Tabl e S.2 HOW FLORIDA A LLOC ATES VEHIC LE-RELATE D TAXES, M ILLIONS (BASP O N FORE!CASTEO REVE!NUS FOR F ISCAL YE!AR 1992 199 3) .:.;t$;.o; ... J:JJYi" J $88 A - '"'' . $26 -S55 --$61 -$1,543 $1,334 I $1,772 I $88 I $8 I N ote: This Chart does not include local gas tax os IOUI'Oel: FICriflent for 8r.lw T..-.ponef.on G71,tlcs -$92 $55 -$61 $23 I $3, 235 i i a g j

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F/orith TrBllsportation Table 5-3 QUICK REF ERENCE TO 199 5 HIGHWAY FUEL TAXES F u e l S aJes Tax County Gas Tax Ninth-cen t Gas Tax Local Option Gas Tax Gasof'loJ 13.0Cig31 GasO>Iine OieSGI 24.4Cigal All fuels 8 .3t;lg a l Ga-s/Gasohol Diesel -All fuelS 2clga l A ll fuelS 1clga l All fuels 1c/gal G as/Gasohol O c 1o'gal o;esel 1 clgal Gas/Gasohol 0C-11clgal Diesel 6clgal 6 8 t o r Cfeflclt reduction 1 .5 for mass transit. 0.1 c r o c leaking tanks. Remainde r for roads and A! least 14 3% of all DOT receip ts (inc lu d ing fuel taxes) for public tran sportation Remainder for any legitim a t e state tr
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Florida 7i'ansportadonAllWU2i'c \ ------------$.01 $.01 Table 5-4 LOCALLY IMPOSED FUEL TAXES* (TAX RATES AS OF JANUARY 1, 19S15J $.06 $612 $ ,08 S1 $ ,01 $ .07 $47 $5() $ 1,07 2 b6$Qdon IU$1 osiL'TiliiM by flo Oop8!11T#II (ot be$1 Qn GM Tax ( l o r tJllfuelf) lnelu:ln dOOucliOnf kl r r:/l:f dlowanct (1.2%). t efoml (0.3%). afld G*'*'lll re\'OI'lue ctwgo ...-1\1!111\Ct 1 ccmii'O"o'\:#I\IO klr N!niiKcn\ G.:l
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48 82% 26.64% -38.10% f!l 23. 79% -33.64% 45.31% 52.49% 52.44% 37.65% 43.93% SOURCES OF REVENUES FOR STATE ROADS I N SELECTED <>T&TJ:<> w.' ., .... ""'*"'"" .. $:til . ,,. l1i...,.H,c "'mm--19.36% 10.03% 0 00% 5.93% 4.94% 16 .10% 0.00% 0 00% 0. 44 % 2. 60% 13.65% 0 .00% 0 18% 7.19% 3.46% 20 46% 1.95% 3 22% 0 .00 % 5.56% 4.08% 0.09o/o 21. 96% 8.28% 3 .18% 35.66% 1.26% 3 11% 0.14% 7 94% 12.74% 0.00% 1 82% 6.89% 3 06% 18.34 % 0.09% 0 00% 4 04% 5 77% 11. 34% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 1 30% 10. 26% 0.00% 25 30% 2 .85 % 0 54% 21. 96% 1.38% 0 00% 0.60% 2 34% 18.40 % 5.34% 2 79% 2.59% 4 64% 5.71% 1 58% 0.00% 0 .00% 19.70% 5.62% 0. 00% 0 00% 1 2 .12% 0.74% O.OOo/o MO% 0 00% 0 00% 0 00% 0 00% 0.00% 0 00% 0. 00% 0 00% 0.00 % O.OOo/o 0 00% 0 00% :.!! 19.21% 0.59% 0.86% 31.85% 0 30% 0.(10% i 12.89% 0 67% 1 0 00% 28.20% 0 64% 1.88% ll ll 24.50% 0.21% 1.05% g 17 72% 0 22% 0.30% J 28.84% 1.22% 0.32% 20.11% 0.23% 0.93% 34. 02% 0 82% 0.08% 21.98% 0.20% 1.21% 28.30% 0.25% 1.22% 27.32% 0 70% 1.23%

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20.12% 0.07% CIIJbn!i r 0.00% l"'W1!6r'DIA' 1 .08% 0 .58% 1.17% 2 27% 0 .00% 6 44% 1 75% 2.89% Table 5-7 SOURCES OF REVENUES FOR LOCAL RO A DS IN SELECTED STATES, 1991 ot "' +#..&.-$"$ .. i_U,.__ex _:S i\ -"f "4 $ -(-"". "'"' 0 .00% 15.03% 16.90% 0.00% 0 .00% 1 3 .44% 0 .77% 13.61% 0 .36% 20. 10% 3 .90% 2.83% 0.()0% 80.32% 0.23% 27.41% 0 .00% 30.31% 1 12% 0 .00% 0 .00% 31 89% 22.88% 0.00% 0 .00% 57. 16% 0.75% 1 .36% 0.00% 65. 4 7% 7 .54% 3 20% 0.00% 15 76% 1 2.37% 0 .00% 2.71% 35.62% 32.32% 0 .00% 1 11% 29. 20% 13.78% 2.80% "*"'"'"lf I > p w """""",_ :,_ .. "',. ..... 1 .54% 5.66% 0 .00% 4.00% 25. 58% 0 .00% 20.66% 3.22% 0 .00% 3 70% 5 00'1. 0 00'1. 2 .64% 4 .96% 0 .00% 2 .1 4 % 17 .69% 0 .00% 4 .25% 1 2 .33% 0 .00% 1 .81% 0 .06% 0.00% 0 90% 0 .00% 0 .00% 12.23% 1 1 37% 0 .00% 8.00% 9 68% 0 .44% 39.40% 40.53% 43.18"/o 1 .66% 19.72 % 21.64% 13.90% 63.30% 3.57% 26.37% $ouul """*'-' HiQI'r""' Hf"!' $116 'SIIoll. ,.,, ., 0 .30% e: 0.71% 0 .00% 0 .63% i 1.14% 0 .00% 0 .87% .; 0 .00% 4 12% 1 .63% ll 0.20% 0.()0% 0 4 1% iii 10.77% 0 .00% 2.20% 1 1.02 % 0 .00% 3 .51% 0 .00% 0.00 % 0 . 25% 6 .78% 0 .00% 1.25% 0.80% 0 .00% 0 44% 0.00% 0.00% 0.43% 3 .00 % 1 40% 1 .33%

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Florida Tru s v or ta ri ollAlmU, -------------Table 5-8 S O OR C ES O F TRANSIT CAPITAL A N D O PERATING FUNDING, 1991 13.1% 57.5% 0 .2% 8 3% 27. 4 % 7.3% 24.2% 19.5% 5.0% 30.S% 38.8% 0 .3% 14.8% 21.3% 3 .3% 28. 1% 38.7% 0 .0% 1 5.0% 43.6% 5.7% 27.8% 2.6% 35.7% 122% 53.8% 37.3% 1.3% 21.7% 2 1.3% 22 .7 % SOu'co : FodH Kgf'l'"'"' 1Ul. T able 5-9 SOURCES O F T RANSI T CAPI T A L 5 .6% 28.8% 0 .0% 0 .0% 77.8% 0 .0% 16.0% 52.7% 7 .8% 45.4% 48 .3% 0.5% 0.0% 76.8% 27.7% 0.0% 79.9% 0 .0% 0.1% 80.0% 1 0 .2% 4.8% 82.2% 3 .6% 1.3% 79.4% 9.0% 7 .8% 77.3% 2 1% 12.0% 50. 4% 11.6% s-w. Fed-1 H'chlll(f Hiptmfy 1m, 32.3% 60.6% 33.2% 35.7% 4 .0% 33.7% 7.5% 34.4% 65.6% 22.2% 23.4% 5 .8% -4.6% 20. 1 % 9.8% 9.4% 10.3% 1 2 .8% 25.9% 211

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Florida ----------Table 5-10 RELATIVE MO T OR FUELS TAX BURDEN: EFFECTIVE PER-GALLON TAX rate tax oo -state 1$0 il'r!PQ$C$ 311 :.d'dili0tl31 tax ()J'I molor fuets Sou rce: fecterl'l HighWJY Admini$(r3!ion, Jljghway St,:,!i!llie's t992. -----------------------A --------------------71?

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Florida Transportation Alman'ic\ -----------Not ii\Ciuded In ranki:'lo. Table 5-11 A UTOMOBILE REGISTRATIO N FEE BY $8.00 $ 23 .50 $27.00 $ 12.55 $62.00 $20 .00 31 $67.50 $30 .60 $8.00 $20.00 $26.28 $48.00 $ 1 2 .75 $20 .00 $30.00 $12.00 price based $22.00 $33.75 $40.00 pnce based $10+1.25% of price $15 00 39 $34 .50 11 Sowce: Advlso:yeomtniulonen ltlletgo>lernmenlal Reial iens, SlglliliCMI Fe&Wres cr f /$1CJJI F
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Florida -------------- The S1ate: Comprehensive Enhanced Transportation Sys!cm (SCETS) Ta'lC ror ea. ctl oourAy is deriVed ttom !Mit OO'UOIY's tocal O;l(lon Gas Tax, bUt &.e U!'\181'1\Je 1$ dl$tl1::luted to the STTF to b e used with i n the oootributing t ran$(1rtatioo d is tri c t Souroo:: Florida A.C.I. R t.ocaJ Fir'l:mr lnf<:rmll!iM HMdbook. Jul)' 1994 ...IlL.. ---------------------------------------------------------215

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Florida Transportation ----------------Table 5-13 (continued) LOCAL FUNDING MECHANISMS, 1994 The S1ate Comprehensive Enhanced T rarl$pOI't1tion System (SCETS} Tax Jot esch coanly iS det'ived tiom thai count{s Local Opiion Gt1s Tax. bUll the revenue i s distributed 10 the SlTF to be used witiWI the oontributir'lg diSitict. Source: Florida A.C.LR .. t.ou1 Gow:mmenl lnf0m13!;o.n July 1994. 216

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Florida Transportation Alman":ic\ Table 5-14 COST PER CENTERUNE MILE STATE RURAL ROADS (1993/94) ANDBWIES) 2 2 4 A $1, 642.600 4 $1,531 200 4 $410,700 4 $366 ,100 4 $1,18 2 ,700 4 $ 1 295,400 4 $22,500 6 $ 2,365 ,4 00 6 $1, 985,300 6 $2 158, 9 00 6 $551 ,500 6 $525,700 5 $ 1,3 51,700 6 $1 6 $33 500 8 8 $2,478, 1 00 8 8 $ 750 900 8 $538,300 8 $1,689,600 8 $1,802,200 8 NIA Hct.o: Fig'Jms uro 19'9!1i
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Florida Transportation Table 5-15 COST PER CENTERLINE M ILE-STATE URBAN ROADS (1993/94) (2, tfl aro bawJ 011 Thoy are Mil to bo u sodk) r Yl'otlo: F'to9ra:n lho)' o not job spocif>e. FIOmc. CC Pclicy Planrll!'lll PO(lcy Arlal y&ts and Proga m Evi\lll llli()n. 1H4 rflfl4fJOffriOr. 0o$1.$1Januoty 199 St. ----------------------1---------------------?JR

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Florid. Table 5 NATIONAL AVERAGE COST PER CENTERLINE MILE (1993/94) 4 AND 6 LANES) New Construction $2,188,000 $4,264,000 $6.868,000 Resurfacing $469.000 $670,000 $935 ,000 Add 2 Lane s $1,770,000 $2,403 ,000 $3.036,000 Routine Maint enance $12,500 $25,000 $37,600 New Construction $7,545,000 $13.111,000 Upgrade Existing Road $4,554 .000 $7,248,000 Resurfacing $696,000 $962 .000 Add 2 Lanes $3 795,000 $5,818,000 Routine Maintenance $62,400 $93 .600 NottJ: Up!Wted t<> 1993 Ooll8tS wfth FHWA a..,d U .S. Oepartment of Commerce P rice lndtoes. lnCivdc$ the ctl t1f tight o r .way. AJI oonsl.'uelk!tl OOS-1$ are roundett to lhe nearf!St thOusand ctollara; mslntooanoe com a r e rounded to lhe nearest hundred dotara Source: FIOfda Department Of Transportet!on. Ol'flce or Polby Pl
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Florida Transportation Afman;'c \ Table 5-18 NEW BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (1993/94) (CO!!T PER SQUARE FOO;n $35 $45 $50 $60 $40 S5 0 $40 $60 $200 $300 $250 $350 Nole : figures are foe 1993194 oonatroe11on coats per square tool ot deck arEta, incl uding allOwance tot hatldra i ts ; they may not be comparabJEt to prlot year in all case&. T'hese cov.-per-sqoare fOO( fagures arEt based oo general Ma!owiclc
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Florida Transportation Table 5-20 AIRPORT COSTS New Construction RG$Urfacing Termina l Structure Ramps/Taxiways 100 000 Gallon Fuel Faci lity New Construction Resurfacing T ermina l Structure RampsfTaxiways 200,000 Gallon Fuel Facility New Construction Resurfacing Tenninal Sbucture Ramps/Taxiways 500,000 Ga llon Fuel Facillly $3,000,000 $500,000 $ 100/s q.ft. $1,000,000 $200,000 $12,000 000 $1,200 ,00 0 $125/sq.ft. $5, 000,000 $350,000 $60,000,000 $5,000,000 $175/sq.ft. $40,000 000 $800,000 SO\Jf'QC:: Aorkt:l Dewrttncnt T,..,l'l$port:alion, orr..ce Of Policy Pfannlog Policy and Program 1994 Tf'8M.p
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Florida -------------Table 5-22 FINANCIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MASS TRANSIT IN URBANIZED AREAS Cosl per Car Vehicle Mile $8.59 $10.62 Cost Car Vehic l e Hour $183 .45 $120 78 Cost per Car Vehicle Mile $8.26 $6.16 Cosl per Car Vehicle Hour $179 04 N/A Cosl per Car Vehic l e Mile $15.85 N/A Cost per Car Vehicle Hour NIA $100.28 Cost per Car Vehicle Mile N/A $8.12 $43. 88 $59.73 Car Vehicle Mile $3 55 $4.52 S-*t.: 1 F.:lwol TtSil A.etn! IIIWDtlotl. 16RGp$, (fm). Thlto dal3 do not lndlld" Ncihas&d T MNp!#IIOI'I 2. Fednl r ...... .ot Admilliflt1001\ o t UrW.'I (tm._ Fkwide ()oparlm.e.-.1 Of 01':'<$ Of Po&er P !&r.rii':Q Po\"y A.nl)>tit 8114 Pvo!i'" Ev8kaalioo 1904 OOJtt (JsfliJ$')' JnSJ, Table 5-23 MA .SSTRANSIT CAPITAL COSTS ROLLING STOCK 7 17 $40,000 1 0 25 28 $45,000 30-32 $ 195 ,000 42-45 $215.000 45 $225,000 65 70 $315,000 110 $1 110 $1,820,000 NIA $1,963,000 110 $1, 155 ,000 SOU'
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Florida Transportation ---------------Table 5-24 GUIDEWAY STRUCTURES (19113194) $5,878,000 $11,766 000 $22,041 000 $388,000 $966,000 l'lb'Jo: UpdMod ID 1993 do' lar5 Wlfll U.S. oopcr.rnont 011 Plico lndloo11. El1!ino!o' 1!0 Ml inane tho cost of ri;hl
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Florida Transportation TABLE 5-26 FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION LONG TERM CONSTRUCTION COST INFLATION FORECAST IMa,.ch 113 5 3 8% 3 .2% 15.9 % 116.9 3 0 % 2 .2% 5 .6% 118. 8 1.6% 2 .1% 1 7% 121. 5 2.3% 2 .8% 3.3% 126.0 3.7% 3 2% 2.0% 1 3 0 5 3.6% 3 .3% 2 .1% 134.8 3 .3% 3.1% 2.4% 139 3 3.3% 3.2% 2.4% 1 43. 9 3 .3% 3 3% 2 .5% 1 48 6 3 3 % 3 .3% 2.6 % 153 6 3 .3% 3.2% 2.9% 158 6 3 .3% 3 2% 3.1% 163 9 3 3 % 3.2% 3.3% 1 69 3 3 .3% 3.2% 3.5% 174 9 3 .3% 3.2% 3 4 % 180 6 3 .3% 3.1% 3.5% 186 6 3.3% 3.1% 3 .5% 192 8 3.3% 3 0% 3 .6% 199 1 3 3% 3.1% 3 .5% 205.7 3.3% 3.1% 3.5% 2 1 2.5 3 3% 3.1% 3.5% 219 5 3.3% 3.1% 3.4% 226.8 3 .3% 3 .1% 3.5% 234.3 3 .3% 3 .2% 3 5% 242. 0 3 .3% 3 .2% 3.5% 250.0 3.3% 3 .2% 3 .5% 13 .6% 12 .9% 1 2 1% 14.6% 13. 3% 1 2.7% 12.5% 11.6/o 11. 1% 1 0 .8% 10.6% 1 0.4% 1 0 1 % 9 .8% 9 6% 9 .3% 9 1% 8.8% 8.6% 8.4% 6.2% 8 .0% 7 .8% 8.0% 8 0 % 8 .0% Floi!CII Copt, of T""'JPQtllllion. Offoo. f:/ P qlot;y Pl.ncii\Q POlity Atltlysis tnCI EllollOO!IGn, J994 Ttlllls,ootl'oiU'OI! Cotr$ ( JII IIU;)I)' 19\1) )

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------Florida TransportatfonAlman':'C\ ---Section VI: TRANSPORTATIO EDUCATION AND RESEARCH .. ----------1------------

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Florida Transportation -------------Transportation Education in Florida Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 600 S Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach FL 32114 (904) 226-6175, Helen Riger Embry-Riddle Aeronautica l University, located in Daytona Beach, awards undergraduate degrees at the Associate and Baccalaureate leve l s Degree programs are grouped into six areas. The av i ation business degree program offers a B S in Avi ation Business Administration and an A.S. and B.S. i n Civil Eng i neering E l ectrica l Engineering and Engineering Physics. The aviation computer science area offers a B.S in Aerospace Studies. The fl ight degree program offers an A.S and B.S in Aeronautical Science. The aviation mai ntenance, avionics, and technology degree programs offer an A.S in Aircraft Maintenance, Associate in Aviation Maintenance Technology, B S. in Aviation Maintenance Management B S in Aviation Technology A S. in Avionics Technology, B.S. in Avionics Engineering Technology, and B.S in Aircraft Engineering Techno l ogy. The University also offers six graduate degrees: Master of Science i n Aerospace Engineering Master of Aerospace Engineering, Master of Aeronautical Science, Master of Business Administ r at i on in Av i ation Master of Software Engineering and Master of Sci ence in Technical Management. To graduate students must complete 33 39 semester c r edits. Florida A & M University Florida State University Civ il Engineering Department FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, 2525 Pottsdamer Street, T allahassee, FL 32310 (904 ) 487-6136, Dr. Jerzy Wekezer The FAMU/FSU College of Engineering is a jo i nt program of the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical Univers ity (FAMU) and the Florida State University (FSU). The Department offers a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Master of Science Degree in C i vil Engineering with an emphasis in Transportation Engineering. Graduate courses offered include Theory of Traffic Flow Transportation Systems Analysis, Env i ronmenta l Analysis of Transportation Systems, and Airport Planning and Design. Undergraduate courses offered include Transportation Engineering, Traffic Engineering and Traffic Operations. Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) School of Aeronautics 1 50 W. University Blvd., Melbourne FL 32901 (407) 768-8000, Dr. Thomas Stephens, Dr. Ballard Barker Florida Institute ofTechnology located i n Melbourne, offers an undergraduate degree in a variety of aviation-related subjects through its School of Aeronautics Subjects include Aviation Management (with or without fl i ght option) Aeronautical Science (with or without flight option), and Avi ation Computer Science. The University also offers a special eight-week program (July August) for prospective students who have not yet started their flight training. Students need 127 -129 semester credits to complete the degree. Courses offered include: Aviation Meteorology, Aviation Physical Science Av i at i on Fiscal Management, Aviation Planning Multimodal Transportation, Av i ation Safety, Aviation Law, Airport Management Airport Design and Aviation Advanced Computer Applications FIT also offers a Master of Science Management degree with concent r ation in Transportation Management through its off-campus program at the Tidewater (Virginia) Graduate Centers Students must complete 33 semester credit hours in cou r ses such as Leadership Theory and Effect i ve Management Business Ethics Traffic Management, Management of Transportation Systems, and Transportation Policy. 227

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Florida Tramportation Alman':rc\ ------------Florida International University (FlU) Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering University Park Campus, Bldg VH, Room 160 Miami, FL 33199 (305) 348-3821, Dr. Fang Zhao Florida International University, located in Miam i, offers coursework leading to a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering a specialization in transportation. In order to obtain the degree students must complete 36 credit hours. Some courses offered for transportation specialization are Applied Statistics in Traffic and Transportation Highway Safety Analysis Advanced Highway Capacity Analysis Urban Traffic Characteristics, Urban Mass Transit and Transportation Planning, Airport Planning and Design, Transportation Systems Modelling and Analysis Advanced Geometric Design of Highways, Pavement Design, Pavement Management System, Urban Traffic Workshop, Traffic Control Systems Design, Transportation Demand Analysis, and Transportation Systems in Developing Nations Jacksonville University (JU) College of Business 2800 University Blvd. North Jacksonville FL 32211 (800) 225-2027, Dr. Juan Merkt Jacksonville University offers a Bachelor's degree with two major concentrations in Aeronaut ics. The Aviation Management major is designed for those who wish to work as managers in an aviation-related business field The Aviation Management and Flight Operations major i s for those who wish to work as career pilots for the airlines or corporate flight departments. The University also offers flight training at Craig Airport, located seven miles east of the campus. Piper Warrior and Cessna 172 airplanes are among the airplanes utilized during instruction. JU has the necessary facilities (RADAR, ILS, NOR, NDB) within its training area, and the flight school is certified by the Federa l Aviation Administration under FAR Part 141. University of Central Florida (UCF) Department of Civil and Environmental Engineer ing PO Box 162450, Orlando, FL 32816-2450 (407) 823-2000, Dr. F Gunnerson The University of Central Florida located in Orlando, offers a Master of Science in Civ il Engineering degree with a sub-discipline in Transportation and Construction. In order to acqu ire the degree students must complete 33 semeste r hours including a Research Report or 30 semester hours including a Thesis. Courses i ncluded in the Transportation and Cons t ruction concentration include Highway Capacity, Traffic Operations Railroad Engineering Pavement Design, Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems, Mass Transportation Systems Plan/Design of Airports and Regional Planning Design and Systems. University of Florida (UF) Civi l Engineering Department We i Hall Gainesville, FL 32611 (904) 392-9537, (904) 392-0933, Dr. Paul Thompson, Dr. Herbert Bevis The University of Florida, l ocated in Gainesville offers five graduate-level degrees with specialization in Transportation Engineering through its Department of Civil Engineering. Transportation Engineering has an interdisciplinary approach where support ing courses in social sciences help create a well-rounded program. Students mus t complete 35 credits in courses inc luding Civil Engineering Systems, Traffic Engineering Transportation Systems Planning, Geometric Design ofTransportation Facilities, Highway Safety Analysis, Traffic Control Systems. Freeway Design and Operations, Airport Planni ng and Operations, Urban Tran sportation Models, ...Jii._ ------------------------------------------------------------2 2 8

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Florida 1hmsportation Alman'dc\ ------------Statistical Methods In Research and Master of Engineering or Engineer Report. The University also offers a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering with electives in the Tran sportation area such as Transportation Facility Design, Transportation Engineering, and Physical Design of Transportation Elements. University of North Florida (UNF) Department of Transporta tion and Logistics 4567 St. John's Bluff Rd, S. Jacksonville, FL 32216 (904) 646-2780, Douglas Lambert The University of North Florida in Jacksonville currently offers a Bachelor's Degree In Transportation and Logistics. To obtain the degree, students must complete 60 semester hours of coursework. Courses offered include Transportation Economics, Logistics System Analysis, Applied Carrier Ma n agement, Int roduction to Management Science,lntroduction to Management Information Systems, Purchasing Management, Capacity Planning, Labor Relat i ons and Seminar in Purchasing and Materials Management. Univers ity of Miami (UM) Civil Engineering and Management Information PO Box 248294, Coral Gables, FL 33124-0630 {305) 284-2211, Dr. David Shan School of Business Management Department 414 Jenkins Bldg, Coral Gables, Fl 33126-6520 (305) 284-5846 The University of Miami, located in Coral Gab les offers an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering with concentration in Transportation Engineering. To obtain the degree, students must complete 129 semester units where electives are chosen in the area of Tran sportation Engineering. Courses offered include Planning, Design and Operations of Air and Water Port Facilities; Tra ffic Engineering; Geometric Design; and Trans portation Systems P lannin g and Demand Modeling. The Department of Management offers an undergraduate degree with specialization in Transportation and logistics. Courses offered include Principles of Transportation and Logistics and Marine Transportation. The l aw School offers electives in Aviation Law, which concentrate on the legal aspects of domestic and international aviation. University of South Florida (USF) Civil En gineering Program Graduate Interdisciplinary Transportation Program 4202 E. Fowler Ave., ENB 118, Tampa, Fl 33620-5350 (813) 97 4-3120, Dr. Ram Pendyata, Dr. F. Ron Jones At USF,Iocated in Tampa, the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department offers graduate programs at both the Master's and Ph.D. levels. Areas of study include Engineering Mechanics, Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Materials Engineering and Science, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Planning, and Water Resources Engineering, with an extensive undergraduate program in Civil Engineering. The University also offers a Graduate Interdisciplinary Trans portation Program for graduate students in Civil Engineering, Economics, and Public Administration, which is des igned to provide a better understanding of urban transportation Issues as they rel ate to each discipline to help so lve transportation problems. To acquire a Master's degree in any of the three disciplines, students mus t complete 30 to 33 semester credits, of which 18 credits consist of interdisc ip linary core courses includin g Transportation Engineering, Transportation Planning, Urban Economics, Public Finance, P o lic y Analysis, and Concepts/Issues in Public Planning. ----------------------1----------------------

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Florida Transportation Transportation Research Centers in Florida Center for Appli ed Human Factors in Aviation (CAHFA) Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 600 South Clyde Morris Boulevard. Daytona Beach, F L 32114-3900 ( 904) 226-6385, FAX (904) 226-7050 Director: Dr. Jeff Koonce Embry-Riddle Aeronaulical University and the University of Central F lorida (UCF) have combined thei r extensive resou rces to jointly establish the Center fo r Applied Human Factors in Aviation (CAHFA). CAHFA s miss io n is to enhance aviation safety throug h applied human factors research, des i gn, and tra in ing support. For the partner institutions CAHFA represents a combination of research resources for i dentify ing and solving a vast array of aeronaul ica l human factors p robl ems Embry Riddle s contribution to CAHFA not only includes ready access to aircraft simulators and laboratory equ ipment but also to an abundance of research subjects h av ing backgrounds as p ilots ma intenance technicians, and air traffic controllers. Since its incept ion CAHFA has v i gorously pursued a program aimed at imp roving the state-of-the-art in applied human factors for aviation. CAHFA s research proposals and contract awards have continued to grow steadily. Support has come from the parent ins t itut i ons the State of Florida, the fe deral government, and from industry. Center for Aviation/Aerospace Research (CAAR) E mbry-Riddle Aeronautical University 600 South Clyde Morris Boulevard Daytona Beach F L 32114-3900 (904) 226-6385, FAX (904) 226-7050 Directo r: Dr. Richard Gibson The Cen ter fo r Aviat i on/Aerospace Research (CAAR) is the r esearch operating arm of the University. One of i ts goals is to provide a public service thro ugh the t ransfe r of info rmalio n and technology to the aviation community and the general public. To accomplish its research goals CAAR utilizes a team approach, involving full-t ime research assoc i ate s faculty, and students The Center is the home of interdiscipl inary research activit i es involv ing aviation and aerospace fields The primary th rust of the CAAR's work i s to enhance aviation/aerospace safety and t o improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the National A ir space System through the development of airway systems safety techno l ogy improvements to air traffic control, inn ovat i ve flight technology cockpit res ource management and related human factors gains. CAA R performs interdisciplinary rese a rch in human factors, advanced technology, and systems management for aviation/aerospace applications. The capabilities of CAAR have recently been enhanced through the establishmen t of an Aviation Human Factors Research Laboratory whi ch has aircraft simulation capabilities as well as state-of-the-art computer-based cognit i ve/ psychomotor measurement systems Center for Local Government Administration University of North Florida 4567 St. Johns Bluff Rd South, Jacksonville FL 32224 (904) 646-2977, FAX (904) 646-2979 Director: Dr. James Seroka The Center for local Government was established to provide technical expertise for state and local governments, non-profit organizations, and the seven county region of Northeast F lo r i d a Part i ally funded by the statewide Florida of Governments, the Center's mission i s to help .JL -----------------------------------------------------

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Florida n-ansportation Alman':\ -------------meet the needs of the region by providing professional and organizational development assistance and applied technical research. The Center brings together various disciplines within the University for the community outreach endeavor. Research areas Include strategic planning social services planning, transportation analysis for the disadvantaged, and economic development analysis of small cities. The Center also conducts an invent ory of affordable h ousing in Jacksonville. Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) University of South Florida College of Engineering, 4202 E. Fowler Ave., ENB 118, Tampa, FL 33620-5350 (813) 974-3120 phone, (813) 974-5168 fax Director: Gary L. Brosch CUTR was established in 1988 by the Florida Legislature and the Florida Board of Regents to provide high quality, objective, and implementable solutions to Florida's transportation problems. Located at the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida, CUTR employs a staff of 80, including 40 full-time researchers. CUTR's staff of experts in the fields of engineering, finance, economics, planning, geography, public policy, and the environment apply their "real world" skills to a variety of transportation areas Including intermodal and guideway research, transit development planning, intelligent highway systems, specialized transit, transit planning and operations, transportation demand managemen t, access management Innovative financing, transportation economics; transportation safety and training, public policy analysis and evaluation, alternative fuels, GIS applications in transportation, growth m anagemenVIivable communities, and demographics. In 1991, the Florida Legislature granted permanent funding to CUTR, and the center was designated by Congress as a National Urban Transit Institute by the lnterm oda l Surface Transportation Efficiency Act. Since its inception, CUTR has conducted in excess of 225 research projects for a variety of sponsors throughout the state and nation at a value of more than $25 million. International Center for lntarmodal Transportation and Telecommunications Technologies (ICITTT) Florida Institute of Technology 150 West University Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32901 (407) 768-7318 phone, FAX (407) 676-0883 Directors: Dr. Robert Sullivan, Dr. Gordon Nelson In collaboration with the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey and the University of Limerick in Ireland Florida Tech had established tCITTT as a transatlantic partnership between academic, industrial, government, and commer cia l interests to foster the development of innovative transportation technologies. Industrial partners are Harris Corporation in Florida, Bell Atlantic, and General Electric Capital Aviation Services in Ireland. The principal objectives of the center are to provide education, training, research and development, and technology transfer to improve the operation of the commercial t ransporta t ion industry, utilizing the expertise of all three universities. In education and training, the goal is to advance the knowledge base of the transportation industry and to ensure that new technologies are introduced safely and effectively. tn research, emphasis will be placed on the design of new materials and structures together with the development of relevant maintenance proce dures telecommunications methods, and software engineering principles and their application to transportation. 2 .'11

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Florida TP'ansportation Alm=":c\ -------------Lehman Center for Transportation Research (LCTR) Florida International University Civil & Environmental Engineering Dept., University Pari< Campus, VH-160, Miami, FL 33199 (305) 348-3005 FAX (305) 348-2802 Director: Dr. David Shen, P.E. LC TR was established in 1993 and named in honor of Florida Congressman Bill Lehman. Located at Florid a Internat ional University in Miami LCTR has five core faculty researchers five research associates and twelve graduate and undergraduate students conducting its research LCTR's staff of experts in the fields of engineering planning, transportat i on, and the environment apply their skills in research programs focus ing on a variety of transportation issues including transportation planning and modeling, traffic operations, GIS applications, highway planning and design, airport planning and design and intermodal station design, among others. Transportation Research Center (TRC) University of Florida 512 Weil Hall, Gainesville FL 32611-6585 (904) 392-0378, FAX (904) 392-3224 Director: Dr. Charles Wallace In 1982 the Board of Regents of the State University System of Florida established the University of Florida Transportation Research Center (TRC) to provide a central point in th e state through which extensive transportation resea r ch may be developed, performed and reported. Located in the Department of Civil Engineering of the College of Engineering, the TRC worl
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Florida Tl'ansportaltonAiman":ic\ ----------State of Florida Departments Governor Lawton Chiles Lt Governor Buddy MacKay The Capitol Tallahassee, FL 32399 (904) 488 (Governor) (904) 488-4711 (Lt. Governor) Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Bob Crawford PL 0 The Capitol Tallahassee, FL 32399-0810 (904) 488 Banking and Finance Comptroller Robert F. Milligan PL-09 The Capitol Tallahassee, FL 3239g...0350 (904) 488-0370 Business and Professional Regulations Secretary Richard T. Farrell Northwood Centre, Suite 60 1940 N. Monroe Street Tallahassee FL 32399-0750 (904) 488-6079 Citrus Executive Director Daniel L. Santangelo Post Office Box 148 Lakeland, FL 33802-0148 (813} 499 -2 500 Commerce Secretary Charles Dusseau 536 Collins Building Tallahassee, FL 32399-2000 (904} 488-3104 Community Affairs Secretary Linda Loomis Shelley 27 40 Centerview Drive Tallahassee, FL 32399-2100 (904} 488-8466 Corrections Secretary Hany K. Singletary 2601 Blairstone Road Tallahassee, FL 32399-2500 (904) 488-7480 Education Commissioner Frank T. Brogan 1702 The Cap i tol Ta llahassee FL 32399-0400 (904) 487 -1785 Elder Affairs Secretary E. Bentley Lipscomb 4040 Esplanade Way, Suite 157 Tallahassee FL 32399-7000 (904} 414-2000 Environmental Protection Secretary Virginia Sass Wetherell 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard Tallahassee, F L 32399-3000 (904) 488-1554 Game and Fresh Water Commission Executive Director Allan L. Egbert Ph.D Farris Bryant Building 620 S. Meridian Street Tallahassee, FL 32399 1600 (904) 488-1960 Health and Rehabilitative Services Acting Se cretary Edward A. Fever 1317 Winewood Boulevard Tallahassee, FL 32399 0700 (904} 487 11

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Florida Transporralion ------------Highway Safety and Motor Veh icles E xecutive Director Fred 0 Dickinson Ill Kirl
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Florida TYan.spo:Ytt.Uion ------------Florida Senate Transportation Committee 30 Senate Office Building, Tallahassee, FL 32301 (904) 487-5223, Sun Com 277-5223 Sen. Malcolm Beard (Chair) Sen. James T. Hargrett, Jr. (Vice Chair) Sen. Ginny Brown-Waite Sen. Howard C Forman Sen. Jack Latvala Sen. John Ostalkiewicz Sen. William H. Turner Sen John H. Dyer Jr. Staff Director: Dorothy Johnson Florida House of Representatives Transportation Committee Room 322, House Office Building Tallahassee, Florida 32301 (904) 488-3483 SunCom 278-3483 Rep. Kelley R. Smith (Chair) Rep. James Fuller (Vice Chair) Rep. Elaine Bloom Rep. lrlo "Bud" Bronson Rep. Lisa Carlton Rep. John F. Cosgrove Rep. George A. Crady Rep Mark G. Flanagan Rep. Edward J Healey Sub-Committees Rep. Joseph R. Mackey, Jr. Rep. Sharon J. Merchant Rep. Lesley Miller, Jr. Rep. Bill Posey Rep Luis E. Rojas Rep. Robert B. Sindler Rep Bill Sublette Rep. Joseph G. Tedder Rep. Allen Trovillion lntermodal Transportation Systems Road Construction & Rep. Elaine Bloom (Chair) Rep. John F Cosgrove Rep George A. Crady Rep. Mark G. Flanagan Rep. James B. Fuller Rep. Edward J. Healey Rep. Lesley Miller, Jr. Rep. Luis E. Rojas Rep. Bill Sublette Highway Safety Rep. lr1o "Bud" Bronson (Chair) Rep. Lisa Carlton Rep. Joseph R. Mackey, Jr. Rep. Sharon J. Merchant Rep. Bill Posey Rep. R obert B. Sindler Rep. Joseph G Tedder Rep. Allen Trovillion Oversight & Investigations Rep. Les l ey Miller, Jr. (Chair) Rep. George A. Crady Rep Mark G Flanagan Rep. Bill Posey Rep. Robert B Sindler Staff Director: John Johnston ...Jii.,.. -----------------------------------237

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Florida Transportation U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation SD-508, Washington, D.C. 20510-6125 Sen. Larry Pressler (SO) (Chair) Sen. Ted Stevens (AK) Sen. Conrad Bums (MT) Sen. Trent Lott (MS) Sen. Olympia J. Snowe (ME) Sen. Ernest F. Hollings (SC) Sen. Wendell H Ford (KY) Sen. John D. Rockefeller IV (WV) Sen. John B. Breaux (LA) Sen. Byron L. Dorgan (NO) (202) 224-5115 Sen. Bob Packwood (OR) Sen. John McCain (AZ) Sen. Slade Gorton (WA) Sen. Kay Bailey Hutch ison (TX) Sen. John Ashcroft (MO) Sen Daniel K Inouye (HI} Sen. J James Exon (NE) Sen. John F. Kerry (MA) Sen. Richard H Bryan (??) Committee on Appropriations, SubCommittee on Transportation S128 Washington. D.C. 20510-6025 Sen. Mar k 0. Hatfield (OR) (Chair) Sen. Arlen Specter (PA) Sen. Christopher S Bond (MO) Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (NJ) Sen. Tom Harkin (lA) Sen. Harry Reid (NV) (202) 224-7281 Sen. Pete V. Domenici (NM) Sen. Phil Gramm (TX) Sen Slade Gorton (WA) Sen. Robe rt C. Byrd (WV) Sen. Barbara A M ikulski (MD) 238

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-----------Florida n-ansporra!lon -----------U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Transportation 2358 Rayburn House Office Business Washington, DC 20515-602 7 (202) 225141 Rep. Frank R. Wolf (VA) (Chair) Rep Ralph Regula (OH) Rep Jim lightfoot (lA) Rep Sonny Callahan (AL) Rep Martin O lav Sabo ( MN ) Rep Ronald D Co leman ( IX) Rep. Tom Delay (TX) Rep Harold Rogers (KY) Rep. Ron Packard (CA) Rep. Jay Dickey (A R ) Rep. Richard J. Durb in (IL) Rep Thomas M Foglietta ( PA) Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 2165 Rayburn House Office Bu il ding, Washington, D.C. 20515 6256 (202) 225--9446 Rep. Bud Shuster (PA) (Chair) Rep William F. Clinger Jr. (PA) (Vice Chair) Rep Sherwood L. Boeh lert ( NY ) Rep B ill Emerson ( MO ) Rep John J Duncan Jr. (TN) Rep William H Zeliff, Jr (NH) Rep. Wayne T. Gilchrest (MD) Rep. Bill Baker (CA) Rep. Stephen Horn (CA) Rep. Peter Blute ( MA) Rep. Jack Quinn (NY) Rep Vernon J. Ehlers (MI) Rep Jerry We ller ( IL ) Rep Tom Latham (lA) Rep Andre a H Seastrand (CA) Rep Sue W Kelly (NY) Rep William J Mart i ni ( NJ ) Rep. James L. Oberstar (MN) Rep. Robert A. Borski (PA) Rep Robert E. Wise, Jr. (WV) Rep Peter A. DeFazio (OR) Rep Bob Clement (TN) Rep Mike Parke r (MS) Rep Glenn Poshard ( I L) Rep Barbara-Rose Collins (MI) Rep Jerold Nadler (NY ) Rep Robert Menendez (NJ) Rep Co rrine Brown (Fl) Rep. James A. Barcia (MI) Rep. Waller R. Tucker I ll (CA) Rep. Bill K Brewster (OK) Rep. Don Young (AK) Rep Thomas E Petri (WI) Rep Herbert H Bateman (VA) Rep. Howard Cable ( NC ) Rep. Susan Mo lin ari ( NY) Rep. Thomas W Ewing (IL) Rep. Y Tim Hutchinson (AR) Rep Jay Kim (CA) Rep. Bob Franks (NJ) Rep. John L. Mica (Fl) Rep. Tillie K. Fowler (FL) Rep Spencer Bachus (AL) Rep Zach Wamp (TN) Rep. Steven C La Tourette ( OH ) Rep. Randy Tate (WA) Rep. Ray LaHood ( IL) Rep. Norman Y Minet a (CA) Rep. Nick J. Rahall II (WV) Rep. William 0. Lipinski (IL) Rep. James A. Traficant, Jr. (OH) Rep James A Haye s (LA) Rep. Jerry F Costello (IL) Rep. Greg Laughlin (TX) Rep Robert (Bud) Cramer Jr. (AL) Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (SC) Rep. Pat Danner (MO) Rep. James E. Clyburn (S C) Rep. Nathan Deal (GA) Rep. Bob Filner (CA) Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (TX)

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Florida Transportation Alman'dc\ ------------Florida Department of Transportation Ben G. Watts, Secretary 605 Suwannee Street, MS 57, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0450 (904) 488.S721' sc 278.S721 Executive Assistant to the Secretary Henry Fuller, MS-57 (904} 488-6721 General Counsel Thornton Williams, MS-58 (904) 488-6212 Quality Management Coordinator Jake Kraft, MS-5 7 (904) 487-2290 Inspector General Cecil Bragg, MS-44 (904) 488-2501 Communications & Governmental Affairs Jim Hasley, MS-57 (904) 488-8984 Finance & Administration Assistant Secr etary Tom Barry, MS-57 (904) 488.$634 Comptroller Tom Boyd, MS-42 (904) 921-7100 Toll Operations Cris Speer, MS-45 (904) 488-5687 Management & Budget Annette Dann, MS-57 (904) 488-5712 Administration Tereasa Stewart, MS-57 (904) 488-2241 Information Systems Stan Bittner, MS-57 (904) 488-8811 Transportation Polley Assistant Secretary Frank Carlile, MS-57 (904) 922-9820 Research Center Dick Long, MS-30 (904) 488-3572 State Transportation Planner Ysela Llort, MS-37 ( 904 ) 488-3329 State Public Transportation Administrator Nick Serianni, MS-57 (904) 488 2462 State Highway Engineer Bill Deyo, MS-57 (904) 488-5596 Right of Way Ken Towcimak, MS-22 (904) 488-2421 Construction Jimmy Lairscey MS-31 (904) 488-4 735 State Maintenance Engineer Bill Albaugh, MS-32 (904) 488-8814 State Safety Engineer Ed Rice, MS-53 (904) 488 3546 ----------------------1----------------------240

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.Florida 1Yansponation ----Motor Carrier Compliance Office Chuck Bradshaw, MS-99 (904) 488-7920 Engineering/CADD System Design Office Herb Pressly, MS-69 (904) 487-3949 District Operations Assistant Secretary V. G. Marcoux, MS 57 (904) 4884403 District One David May, District Secretary Post Office Box 1249 Bartow, FL 33831 (941) 533-8161 sc 881-3700 District Two Ken Morefield, District Secretary Post Office Box 1980 Lake City, FL 32056-1089 (904) 752-3300, sc 557-2201 District Three H.E. Prescott, District Secretary Post Office Box 607, Highway 90 East Chipley, FL 32428 {904) 638-0250, sc 767 -1200 District Four Rick Chesser, District Secretary 3400 W. Commercial Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 (305) 486-1 400 sc 436-1400 District Five Nancy Houston, District Secretary 719 S Woodland Blvd Deland, FL 32020 (904) 943-5000, sc 373-5000 Distlict Six Joe Abreu, District Secretary 1000 NW 111\h Avenue, Rm 6207 Miami, FL 33172 (305) 470-5197, sc 429-5197 District Seven Bill McDaniel, District Secretary 1 1201 N. McKinley Dr. Tampa, FL 33612-6403 (813) 975-4639 sc 5714639 Florida's Turnpike Jim Ely, District Secretary, MS-98 (904) 488-4671 241

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Florida Transportation -----------Florida Transportation Commission Jane H. Mathis, Executive Director Bill Ham, Assistant Executive Director 605 Suwannee Street, MS9, Tallahassee. FL 32399-0450 (904) 488-8995, sc 278-8995 Malcolm Kirschenbaum, Chair E.D.S Inc. 402 High Point Drive Cocoa, FL 32926 (407) 632-4710 Term ends 9130/95 John Browning, Jr. Browning Packing Company Highway 17 South, PO Box 415 East Palatka, FL 3213 1 (904) 328-7295 Term ends 9130197 David Kerr MacFarlane Ausley Ferguson & McMullen PO B ox 1531 Tampa, FL 33601 Term ends 9/30195 Dick Nunls Walt Disney Attractions, Inc. Post Office Box 10000 Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-1000 (407) 828-1790 Term ends 9/30198 Lee Vause Butler-Vause, Inc. PO Box 1236 Tallahassee. FL 32302 (904) 222-2340 Term ends 9/30/98 Burnett Bloodworth 1441 Maravilla Avenue Ft. Myers. FL 33901 (813) 334-8935 Term ends 9/30195 Art Kennedy 1631 N.W. 24th Terrace Ft. Lauderdale FL 33311 (305) 733 -2800 Term ends 9/30197 Jim Kimbrough, Vice Chairman Sun Bank and Trust Company PO Box 156 Brooksville FL 34605-0156 Term ends 9130195 Herminio San Roman, Secretary Becker & Poliakoff P .A. 6161 Blue Lagoon Dr., Ste 250 Miami, FL 33126 (305) 262-4433 Term ends 9130195 ?
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Florida Jransportarlon -----------Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged Jo Ann Hutchinson, Executive Director 605 Suwannee Street, MS 49, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0450 (800) 983-2435, (904) 488-6036, sc 278-4036 Don Wedewer, Chair Representing Disabled Persons 3332 Piping Rock Way Talllahassee, FL 32208 (904) 893 Budd Bell, Vice Chair Early Childhood Council 21 07 Woodstock Lane Tallahassee, FL 32203 (904) 562-1504 Marilyn Baldwin Citizens Advocate (Urban) City of Orlando Planning and Development Dept. 400 S. Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32801 (407) 246-3116 Valerie Barber-Simpson Representing the Elderly 919 Laura Street Casse l berry, FL 32707 (407) 695 Ken Fisher Florida Trans i t Association c!oVOTRAN 950 Big Tree Road South Daytona, FL 32119 (904) 756-7496, ext. 126 Michael Georgini Assoc. for Community Action Post Office Box 896 Brooksville, FL 34605 (904) 799-1510 Peter Gianino Citizens Advocate (Rural) 217 E Ocean Blvd. Stuart, FL 34994 '(407) 286 0200 Philip Morgaman Representing Transportation Operators 1600 West Commercial Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale FL 33309 Sidney Moss Representing Community Transportation Coordinators 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. 24th Floor Tampa, FL 33602 Sigmund Zilber Representing Transportation Operators Metro Limo, Inc 1995 NE 142nd Street North Miami, FL 33181 (305) 944-4422 Department of Education Herman Carter, Official Des i gnee Fla. Education Center, Suite 824 Tallahassee, Fl 32399 (904) 488-4405, sc 278-4405 Department of Elder Affairs Ann Menard, Official Des i gnee 13 1 7 Winewood Blvd Bldg 1, Rm 317 Tallahassee, FL 32399 (904) 922-2078, sc 292 2078 Department of Health and Rehabilitation Services Diana Lincoln, Official Designee 1317 Winewood Blvd, B l dg B, Rm 210B Tallahassee, FL 32399-0700 (904) 488-4877, sc 278-4877

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Florida Transportation -----------De partment of Labor and E m p loyment Security Ralph Ven n um, Official Designee Vo c atio n al Rehab ili tat ion 2002 Old St. Augu s t in e R d B ldg A Tallahassee, FL 32399 (904) 488-8380 sc 278 8380 D e partme n t of Transportation Marion Hart Offic i al Des i gnee 605 S uwannee Stre et, M S 26 Tallahassee FL 32399 (904) 4 88 7774 sc 278-7774 Department of Vete rans Affa irs Mi c hael Hahn, Offic i al Des i gnee 1 353 E. Lafayette S t., Suite C Tallahassee, F L 32301 (904) 4871 533, sc 277-1533 A g ency f o r H ea lth C a r e Administration M aureen H emmer ly, Offic i al Designee 1317 Winew o o d Blvd. B l dg. 6, Rm 282 T a llahass e e, F L 32399 (904) 487 2641, sc 277 2641 Florida's R egional Planning Agenc ies Plann i n g District s 1 2 3 4 Reg ional P lanning Council s Wes t Flo r ida A pa l achee N orth Centra l Flori da North ea st Fl o ri d a Counties Served Escam b ia San t a R osa Okalo osa Walt o n Bay Holmes Cal houn Leon Frank l in Liberty Gadsde n Wa k ull a J ackson G ulf Jefferson Alachua Union Bradford Gilchr i st Columb i a Lafay e tte H am il ton Madison Suwannee Taylor D i xie Bak er N a ssau C l ay Putnam Duva l St. Johns Flagler Executive Dire c tors D a n ie l F. Krumel PO Box 486 Pensa co la 32593-0486 (904) 44 4-89 1 0: sc 693-8910 FAX ( 904) 444-8967 Char l es D. B lume 3 1 4 E. Cent ral Ave., Rm 119 Blounts t own 32 4 24 (904} 6744571 ; sc 771-4417 FAX (904) 674 -4 574 T a ll ahassee Office : (904) 488-6211 FAX (904} 488-16 1 6 Charle s F Jus t ice 2009 NW 67th Pl a ce Ste A Gain e sville 32653 (904} 955-2200 ; sc 625 -220 0 FAX (904) 955 2209 Brian D T e ep l e 9143 Ph ili ps Hwy, Ste 350 J acks o nv ill e 32256 (904) 363-6350 ; sc 87 4 -6350 FAX (904) 363-6356 -------------------A---------------------244

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Florida Transportation ------------5 Wrthlacoochee C itrus Marion Linda Sl oan Hernando Sumter 1241 S.W. 10th Street Levy Ocala 3267 4-2798 (904) 732-1314; sc 667-1315 FAX (904) 732-1319 6 East Central Brevard Volusia Aaron M. Dowling Florida Lake Osce o la 1011 Wymore Rd., Ste 105 Orange Seminole Winter Park 32789 (4 0 7) 623-1075 ; sc 334-1075 FAX (407) 623-1084 7 Central Florida DeSoto Okee c hobee R. Douglas Leonard H ardee Polk PO Drawer 2089 Highlands Bartow 33831 (813) 534-7130; sc 549-7130 FAX (813) 534-7138 8 Tampa Bay Hillsborough Julia Greene Manatee 9455 Koger B l vd., Ste 219 Pasc o St. Petersburg 33702-2491 Pinellas (813) 577 5151; sc 586-3217 FAX (813) 570-5118 9 Southwest Chartotte Hendry Wayne E Dallry Florida C o llier Lee PO Box 3455 Glades Sarasota North Ft. Myers 33918-3455 (813) 656 7720; sc 749-7720 FAX (813) 656-7724 10 Treasure Coast Indian River Michael Busha Martin PO Box 1529 Palm Beach Palm City 34990 St. Lucie (407) 221-4060; sc 269-4060 FAX (407) 22 1 -4067 11 South Florida Broward Carolyn Dekle Dade 3440 Hollywood Blvd, Ste 140 Monroe Hollywood 33021 Broward: (305) 985-4416 FAX (305) 961-0322 Dad e : (305) 620-4266 ?A<:

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Florida Transportation Florida's Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) Brevard County MPO 2725 St. Johns St. Bu i lding A, Room 252 Melbourne, FL 32940 Ms. Susan Hann (407) 633-2085 B r oward County MPO 1 1 5 South And r ews Ave Room 329 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 Mr. Bruce Wilson (305) 357-6641 Charlotte County Punta Gorda MPO 18500 Murdock Circle Port Charlotte FL 33948 Dr Lisa Beever (813) 639-4676 Naples Urbanized Area MPO 2800 N Horseshoe Drive Naples, FL 33942 Mr. Jeffory Perry (813) 643 8300 M iami Urbanized Area MPO 111 NW 1 st Street Miami FL 33128 Mr. Jose Luis Mesa (305) 375-4507 Ft. Walton Beach MPO 3435 N. 12th Ave. Pensacola, FL 32503 Mr. Mike Zeigler (800) 226-8914 Gainesville Urbanized Area MPO 2009 N W. 67th Place Gainesville, FL 32606 Mr. Charles Justice (904) 955-2200 Martin County MPO 2401 SW Montery Rd Stuart FL 34996 Mr. Paul Howard (407) 288-5927 Ocala/Marion County MPO PO Box 1270 Ocala, FL 32678 Mr. Paul K Nugent (904) 629-6529 Orlando Urban Area MPO 1011 Wymore Rd. Suite 105 Winter Park, FL 32 7 89 Mr. David L. Grovdahl (407) 623 1075 Palm Beach County MPO PO Box 21229 West Pal m Beach FL 33416-1229 Mr. Randy Whitfie l d (407) 684-4170 Panama City Urbanized Area MPO 3435 N. 12th Ave ., Suite 91 o Pensacola, FL 32503 Mr. Mike Zeigler (800) 226-6914 Pasco County MPO 7530 Little Rd. New Port Richey FL 34654 Mr. Doug Uden (813) 847-8132 Pensacola Urbanized Area MPO 3435 N 12th Ave Suite 9 1 0 Pensacola FL 32503 Mr. Mike Zeigler (800) 226-6914 ----------------------1 ----------------------246

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Florida Traouporrarlon ------------Hernando/Spring Hill County MPO 20 North Main St., Room 262 Brooksvife, FL 32601 Mr. Dennis Dlx {904) 754-4057 Hillsborough County MP O 601 E. Kennedy Blvd ., 18th Floor Tampa, FL 33602 Ms Lucie Ayer {813) 272-5940 indian River County MPO 1840 25th St. Vero Beach, FL 32960 Mr. Bob Keating {407) 567-8000 ext. 2 4 6 Jacksonville Urbanized Area MPO 128 E Forsyth St., Suite 700 Jacksonvi ll e, FL 32202 Mr. W Ray Newton (904) 630-1900 Lakeland/Winter Haven Urbanized Area MPO PO Box 1969 Bartow, FL 33830 Mr. Tom Deardorff (813) 534-6486 Lee County MP O PO Box3455 North Ft. Myers FL 33918-3455 Mr. Glen Ahlert (813) 656-7720 I llo Pinellas County MPO 315 Court St. Clearwater, FL 34616 Mr. Brian Smith (813) 464-475 1 Sarasota-Ma natee MPO 7632 301 Blvd. Sarasota FL 34243 Mr. Mike Guy (813) 359-5772 St. Lucie MPO 2300 Virginia Ave., Room 203 Ft. Pierce, FL 34982-5652 Ms. Cheri B. Fitzgerald (407) 468-1576 Tallahassee-Leon County MPO City Hall Tallahassee FL 32301 Mr. Ma rlon Brown (904) 891-8616 Vol usia County MPO 135 Broadway Suite 22 Daytona Beach, FL 32118-4677 Mr. Sha wn Collins (904) 239-6455

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Florida -----------Florida Transportation Management Associations/Organizations and Commuter Assistance Programs Bay Area Commuter Services Inc. 5100 West Kennedy Blvd . #265 Tampa, F L 33609 {813} 282-2467 Contact: Jim Law Citrus, Hern ando Hillsborough, Pasco Pinellas Capital City TMA Florida State University College of Business 324 Tallahassee, FL 32306 (904) 644-7378 Contact: Dwayne Carver Leon County Civic Center TMO clo Gold Coast Commuter Services 6261 Northwest Sixth Way, #100 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 (800} 234-7433 Contact: David Sappenfield Civic Center/Hospital Activity Center Downtown Fort Lauderdale TMA Broward County Governmental Center 115 South Andrews Ave., Room 401F Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 (305) 761-3543 Contact: Lynne Jenkins Downtown Fort Lauderdale Downtown Orlando Transportation TMA 100 South Orange Avenue Seventh Floor Orlando, FL 32801 (407) 839-1630 Contact: Thomas Cerny Downtown Orlando Downtown St. Pete TMO 5100 West Kennedy Blvd. #265 Tampa, FL 33609 (813) 282-2467 Contact : Jim Law Downtown St. Petersburg Downtown Tampa TMO 501 East Kennedy Blvd., Suite 600, T ampa FL 33602 (813) 221-3686 Contact : Karen Simon Downtown Tampa Gateway TMI 3101 Gandy Blvd St. Petersburg, FL 33702 (813) 579-0570 Contact: Connie McCullough Portions of St. Petersburg Pinellas Park, Largo, Clearwater Gold Coast Commuter Services (GCCS) 6261 Northwest Sixth Way, #100 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309 (800} 234-RIDE (Dade, Palm Beach) (305} 525-RIDE (Broward) Co ntact: Lucy Unsworth Broward, Dade, Palm Beach Jacksonville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization 128 E. Forsyth St., Suite 200 J acksonville, FL 32202 (904} 633-RIDE Contact: Prentis Clayton Duval Lynx (Orange-Seminole-Osceola) Transportation Authority 1200 West South Street Orlando, FL 32805 (407) 843-POOL Contact: Ann Joslin Orange, Seminole, Osceola South Beach TMA 1205 Drexel Avenue, 2nd Floor Miami Beach F L 33139 (305} 538-0090 Contact: Judy Evans Miami Beach

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Florida Transportation -----------Space Coast Transit (SCAT) 460 South Harbor City Blvd. Melbourne, FL 32901 (407) 952-4563 Contact: Judy Lewellen Brevard University/Alafaya Corridor Transportation Association (UACTA) 12424 Research Parkway Suite 100 Or1ando, FL 32826 (407) 282-3944 Contact: Steve Gavora University of Central Florida Activity Center University North TMI CUTR/USF 4202 East Fowler Avenue, ENB 118 Tampa, FL 33620 (813) 974-3120 Contact: Sara Hendricks University of South Florida Activity Center Suncoast Metropolitan & Rural Translation Commuter Assistance Program 7632 301 Blvd Sarasota FL 32439 Contact: Bill Sparrowhawk (800) 379-SMART, (813) 351-8893 Votran (East Volusla) Transit Authority 950 Bigtree Road South Daytona, FL 32119 (904) 756-7496 Contact: Becky Weedo Volusia West Florida Commuter Services PO Box 486 Pensacola, FL 32593 (904) 444-8910 Contact: Mary Robinson/Dan Deando Bay, Escambia, Holmes, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Walton, Washington West Palm Beach TMO City Center Downtown Development Auth. 319 Clematis Street, Suite 700 West Palm Beach FL 33401 (407) 833-8873 Westshore Alliance (Tampa) TMO 5445 West Cypress Street, Suite 101 Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 289-5488 Contact: Bonnie Baer Westsho/13 Business District Florida's Airports Daytona Beach International A irport 700 C atalina Dr. Ste 300 Day1ona Beach, FL 32114 Director: Dennis McGee Fl Lauderdale-Hollywood International 1400 Lee Wagener Blvd. Ft. Laude r dale FL 33315 (305) 359-6100 Director: Trish Walker Gainesville Regional Airport 3400 NE 39 Ave, Ste A Gainesville, FL 32609 (904) 373-0249 Director: Gene P Clerkin Jacksonville International Airport 2400 Yankee Clifford Drive Jacksonville, FL 32218 (904) 741-2000 Director: Herb Godfrey Key West International Airport 3491 S. Roosevelt Key West, FL 33040 (305) 296-7223 Director: Arthur Skelly Marathon Airport 9000 Overseas Highway Marathon, FL 33050 (305) 289-6071 Director: Jim Shimkus 249

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FloridQ TransportQtion ------------Melbourne International Airport One Air Term in al Pkwy., Ste 220 Melbourne, FL 32901-1888 (407) 723-6227 Director: Edward Foster Miami International Airport Concourse E 5th Fl oor Miami, FL 33159 (305) 876-7077 Director: Gary J'dellapa Naples Municipal Airport 160 Aviation Dr. Naples, FL 33942 (813) 643-{)733 Director: Ted Soliday Okaloosa County Air Terminal State Road 85 Crestview, FL 32542 (904) 651-7160 Director: Jeny Sealy Orlando International Airport One Airport Blvd. Orlando, FL 32827 (407) 825-2001 Direc tor : Robert Bullock Palm Beach International Airport PBIA, Bldg. 847 West Palm Beach, FL 33406 (407) 471-7400 Director: Bruce Pelly Panama City-Bay County International Airport 3173 Airport Rd., Box A Panama City, FL 32405 (904) 763 -675 1 Director: Michael Gavlak Pensacola Regional Airport 2430 Airport Blvd., Ste 225 Pensacola, FL 32504 (904) 435-1746 Director : Frank Miller Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport 6000 Airport Circle Sarasota FL 34278 (813) 359-5200 Director: Rick Vacar Southwest Florida International Airport 16000 Chamberlin Pkwy. Ft. Myers, FL 33913 (813) 768-4321 Director: Paul Doherty St. Petersburg International Airport AP DIR Off. Rm 221 Clearwater, FL 34622 (813) 531-1451 D irector: James Howes Tallahassee Regional Airport 3300 Capital Circle, SW Tallahassee, FL 32310 (904) 891-7800 Director: Lu Banks Tampa International Airport PO Box 22287 Tampa, FL 33622 (813) 870-8700 Director: George Bean Vero Beach Municipal Airport 3400 Cherokee Dr. Vero Beach, FL 32960 ( 407) 567-4526 Director : William Sherry -------------!-------------250

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Florida Transportation -----------Florida's Privately-Owned Airports Airport Manatee 10608 us 41 N. Palmetto, FL 34221 (813) 722-9296 Ames Field Route 1, Box 335 Trenton, FL 32693 (904) 463-6180 Bob Lee Flight Strip 5000 Boblee Apt Deland, FL 32724 (904) 734-5291 Bob White Field 7011 Jones Ave. Zellwood, FL 32798-0494 (4 07) 884-4809 Chalet Suzanne 3800 Chalet Suzanne Dr. Lake Wales FL 33853 (813) 676-6011 Coastal Airport 6001 w. Ninemite Rd Pensacola, FL 32526 (904) 944-1284 Fly ing Ten Airport Box 4 Airport Lane Archer FL 32618 (904) 495-2815 Ft. Walton Beach Airport 1001 Airport Rd. Destin, FL 32541 (904) 939 2521 Indiantown Airport Dream Aviation 13301 SW Citrus Blvd. Ind iant own, FL 34956 (407) 7 445800 ...Jh._ John Brown Seaplane Base 2704 Hwy 92 Winter Haven, FL 33881 (813) 956-2243 Massey Ranch Airpark 635 Airpark Rd. New Smyrna Beach, FL 32132 (904) 428-3818 Mid-Florida Airport PO Box 1351 Eu st i s FL 32727 (904) 382-2917 New Hibiscus Airpark 1890 98th Ave. Vero Beach, FL 32966 (407) 562 2715 North County General Aviation Airport Palm Beach lnt'l, B ld g 846 West Palm Beach, FL 33406 (407) 471-7467 Orlando County Airport North 441 Plymouth, FL 32768-0575 (407) 886-7663 Pilot Country Airport 11500 Pilot Country Dr. Spring H ill FL 34610 (813) 525-7170 River Ranch Resort Airpark 24700 H i ghway 60 E River Ranch FL 33867 0030 (813) 692-1321 Rudy's Airport Route 1 Box 545 High Spr ings, FL 32643 (904) 454-1312 -------------------------------------------------?<::7

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Florida Transponarlon -----------Shell Creek Airpark PO Box 907 Punta Gorda Fl 33951 (813) 731-2022 South Lakeland Airpark 7500 Coronet Mulberry, Fl 33860 (813) 425-3140 St George Island Airport 1 712 Magnolia Rd St. George Island Fl 32328 (904) 927 2312 Tallahassee Commercial Airport Rt 9, Box 60 Tallahassee, Fl 32303 (904) 862-1945 Tampa Bay Executive Airport 11422 State Road 54 Odessa, F l 33556 (813) 376-0052 Tampa North Aero Park 4241 Birdsong B l vd. lutz, Fl 33549 (813) 973-3703 Watson Island Heliport and LTA Base 300 Biscayne Way 400 Miami, Fl 33131 (305) 372-4640 Watson Island International Seaplane Base 1100 lee Wagene r Blvd Ft. Lauderdale, Fl 33315 (305) 371-8628 Florida's Community Airports Airglades Airport Highway 27 Clewiston F l 33440 (8 1 3) 983-615 1 Albert Whitted Airport 107 8th Ave. SE St. Petersburg Fl 33731 (813) 893-7654 Apalachicola Airport 8th Airport Road Apalachicola, Fl 32329 (904) 653-2222 Arcadia Municipal Airport Arcadia Way Arcadia, Fl 33921 (813)494-7844 Arthur Dunn Airpark 355 Golden Knights Blvd. Titusville, Fl 32780 ( 407) 267-8780 Avon Park Municipal Airport 110 E. Main St. Avon Park, Fl 33825 (813) 452-4400 Bartow Municipal Florida 420 Bartow Municipal Airport Bartow Fl 33830 (813) 533-1195 Belle Glade Municipal Airport 110 SW Ave E. Belle Glade, Fl 33430 (407) 996-0100 Blountstown Airport 125 W. Central Ave. Blountstown, F l 32424 (904) 677-5485 Bob Sikes Airport Okaloosa County Courthouse Crestview Fl 32536 (904) 689-5000 :><;::>

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Plorlda Transvorration ------------Boca Raton Airport 3700 Airport Rd., Ste 204 Boca Raton, FL 33431 (407) 391-2202 Buchan Airport 130 1 Cattlemen Rd. Sarasota, FL 34232 (813) 378-6180 CarrabelleThompson Airport PO Drawer 569 Carrabelle, FL 32322 (904) 697-2727 Central Florida Regional Airport One Red Cleveland Blvd. Sanford, FL 32773 (407) 322-7771 Charlotte County Airport 28000 Airport Rd. Punta Gorda, FL 33982 (813) 639-4119 Clearwater Airpark 1000 N. Hercules Clearwater FL 34625 (813) 461-5229 Costin Airport 2724 Apalachee Pkwy Tallahassee, FL 32301 (904) 227-1232 Craig Municipal Airport 855-11 St. John's Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32225 (904) 741-2000 Cross City Airport US Highway 19 South Jacksonville, FL 32225 (904) 498-3072 Crystal River Airport 718 N. Windberg Crystal River, FL 34423 (904) 7g5-6868 Dade-Collier TrainingfTransition Airport 28700 SW 217 Ave Homestead, FL 33030 (305) 247-4883 Daytona Beach International Airport 700 Catalina Dr Ste 300 Daytona Beach, FL 32114 (904) 248-8030 Defuniak Springs Municipal Airport 1931 US Highway 90 West Defuniak Springs, FL 32433 (904) 892-3609 Deland Municipal Airport 1777 Langley Ave. Deland, FL 32721 (904) 736-3900 Destin-Ft. Walton Beach Airport P.O. Box 159 Destin, FL 32540 (904) 6517160 Dunnellon/Marion County Airport 601 SE 25th Ave Ocala, FL 32671 (904) 489-4g19 Everglades Airport 2800 N. Horseshoe Dr. Naples, FL 33942 (813) 643-8326 Fernandina Beach Municipal Airport 1000 Airport Rd. Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 (904) 277-7305 Flagler County Airport SR 1, Box 18T -13 Bunnell, FL 32110 (904) 437-0401 Ft. Lauderdale Executive Airport 1401 W. Commercial Blvd. Ste 200 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 (305) 938-4966 ______________ ________ ____________________ __

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Florida TYansportation Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International 1400 Lee Wagener Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315 (305) 359-6100 Gainesville Regional Airport 3400 NE 39th Ave., Ste A Gainesville, FL 32609 (904) 373-0249 George T. Lewis Airport PO Box 294 Cedar Key F L 32625 (904) 543 5508 Gilbert Field Municipal Airport 3000 21st St NW Winter Haven, FL 33881 (813) 293-2501 Herlong Airport 8977 Herlong Rd. Jacksonv i lle, FL 32210 (904) 7 41-2000 Hernando County Airport 16110 Aviation Loop Dr Brooksville, FL 34609 (904) 7997 275 Hilliard Airpark EastWood Road Hilliard, FL 32046 (904) 845-3446 Homestead General Aviation Airport 28700 SW 217 Ave Homestead, FL 33030 (305) 247-4883 Immokalee Airport 2800 N. Horseshoe Dr. Naples, FL 33942 (813) 643-8326 Inverness Airport 103 W Dampier Inverness, Fl 34450 (904) 726-1681 Kay Larkin Airport 201 N. 2nd St. Palatka FL 32177 (904) 329-0148 Kendaii-Tamlami Executive Airport 12800 SW 137th Ave M i ami. FL 33186 (305) 238-6093 Keystone Airpark Airport Road Keystone Heights, FL 32091 (904) 473-4807 Kissimmee Municipal Airport 301 Dyer Blvd, Ste 101 Kiss i mmee FL 34741-4613 (407) 847-4600 LaBelle Municipal Airport 309 E Devils Garden Rd LaBelle, FL 33935 (813) 675-5222 Lake City Municipal Airport Route 7 H i ghway East 90 Lake City FL 32055 (g04) 752-2031 Lakeland-Linder Regional Airport 3450 Drane Field Lake l and FL 33811 (813) 499-8250 Leesburg Municipal Airport 32650 Echo Dr. Leesburg, FL 32650 (904) 728-9704 Madison County Airport PO Box 337, County Rd. 591 Mad i son FL 32340 (904) 973-2156 Marco Island Airport 2800 N. Horseshoe Dr. Naples, Fl 33942 (813) 843-8326 ?<;'4

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Florida Transportation ------------Marianna Municipal Airport PO Box 936 Marianna, FL 32447 (904) 482-4853 Merritt Island Airport 355 Go l den Knighls Blvd. Titusville, FL 32780 (407) 267-8780 New Smyrna Beach Municipal Airport 210 Sams Ave New Smyma Beach, FL 32168 (904) 424-2199 North Perry Airport 7750 Hollywood B l vd. Pembroke Pines, F L 33024 (305) 964-0220 Ocala Regional Airport 1770 SW60th Ave Ocal a FL 34474 (904 ) 629-840 1 Okeechobee County Airport 499 NW 5th Ave. Okeechobee, FL 34972 (813) 763-6041 Opalocka Airport 14300 NW 41st Ave Miami, FL 33054 (305) 953-1300 Opalocka West Airport 14300 NW 41st Ave Miami FL 33054 (305) 953-1300 Orlando Executive Airport 400 Herndon Ave Orlando, FL 32803 (407) 894-9831 Ormond Beach Municipal Airport 22 South Beach St. Ormond Beach, FL 32174 (904) 676-3267 Page Field 16000 Chambe r lin Parkway Ft. Myers, FL 33913 (813) 768-4321 Palm Beach County Glades Airport PB IA, B l dg 846 West Palm Beach, FL 33406 (407) 471-7400 Palm Beach County Park Airport Palm Beach lnt l Bldg 846 West Palm Beach FL 33406 (407) 471-7400 Perry Foley Airport 587 Hwy 27 East Perry FL 32347 (904) 838-3529 Peter O'Knight Airport 825 Sevin Ave Tampa F L 33606 (813) 870-8711 Peter Prince Field 5550 N. Airport Rd. MiHon, FL 32583 (904) 623-4151 Pierson Municipal Airport 206 N Center St. P i erson, FL 32180 (904) 749 -2661 Plant City Airport 4007 Airport Rd Tampa FL 33567 (813) 870-87 1 1 Pompano Beach A i rpark 1001 NE 10 St. Pompano Beach, FL 33060 (305) 786 4135 Sebastian Municipal Airport 299 Airport Dr. Sebastian, FL 32958 (407) 388-0863 ______________________ )1----------------------'""

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Florida Transportation ----------Sebring Regional Airport 128 Authority L ane Sebring F L 33870 (813) 655-6444 Space Center Executive Airport 355 Golden Kn i ghts Blvd Ti tusvi ll e, FL 32780 (407) 267-8780 St. Augustine Airport 4796 US 1 North St. Augustine FL 32095 (904) 825-6862 St. Lucie County International Airport 2300 V i rginia Ave Ft. Pierce. FL 34982 (407) 462-1732 Suwannee County Airport 224 Pine Ave Live Oak, Fl 32060 (904) 364-3400 Tallahassee Regional Airport 8226 Cap Circle SW Ta ll ahassee. FL 32310 (904) 891-7800 Tri-County Airport Airport Road Bonifay, FL 32425 (904) 547-2191 Umatilla Municipal Airport 1 South Central Ave Umat illa, FL 32784 ( 904) 669-3125 Valkarla Airport 2865 Greenbrooke Valkaria FL 32905 ( 407) 255-4314 Vandenberg Airport 9334 Vandenberg Airport Rd. Tampa, FL 3361 0 (813) 870-8711 Venice Municipal Airport 150 Airport Ave East Venice F L 34285 (813) 485 3311 Williston Munic i pal Airport 50 NW Main Street Williston, FL 32696 (904) 528 3060 Witham Field 1 901 SE Airport Rd Stuart FL 34996 (407) 221-2373 Zephyrhills Municipal Airport 39450 S Ave Box 2 Zephyrh i lls Fl 33540 (813) 788-4902 ----------------------1-----------------------

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-------Florida TraJ1S11ortalion Alman'dc\ ---------Florida's Port Authorities Canaveral Port Authority 200 George King Blvd. Cape Canaveral, FL 32920 (407) 783-7831, FAX (407) 784-6223 Director : Charles M. Rowland Indian River Tenminal 100 Terminal Dr. Ft. Pierce, FL 34954 (407) 465-7700, FAX (407) 465-7731 Director: Diane Flanagan Jacksonville Port Authority 2831 Talleyrand Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32206 (904) 630-3071, FAX (904) 630-3066 Director: Mr. Cliff Mendo:z:a Manatee County Port Authority Port Manatee Route 1 Palmetto, FL 33561 (8 13) 722-6621, FAX (813) 729-1463 Director: David McDonald Panama City Port Authority 5321 W. Highway 98 Panama City, FL 32406 (904) 763-8471, FAX (904) 769-5673 D i rector: Rudy E theridge Port Everglades Authority 1850 Eller Dr Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316 (305) 523-3404, FAX (305) 525-1910 Director: James O'Brian Port of Miami 1015 North America Way Miami, FL 33132 (305) 371-7678, FAX (305) 372-7918 Director: Carmen Lunetta Port of Palm Beach 4 East Port Road, Suite 500 Riviera Beach, FL 33404 (407) 842-4201, FAX (407) 842-4240 Director: Benson Murphy Port of Pensacola PO Box889 Pensacola, FL 32954 (904) 435-1870, FAX (904) 435-1879 Director: Tyler Jones Port of St Petersburg PO Box 2842 St. Petersburg, FL 33731 (813) 893-7053 FAX (813) 822-4767 Director: Sam Holden Seminole County Port Authority 1 510 Kastner Place Suite 1 Sanf ord, FL 32771 (407) 322-4798, FAX (407) 330-1713 Director : Dennis Dolgne r Tampa Port Authority 811 Whinkoop Road Tampa FL 33605 (813) 2481 924, FAX (813) 247-2352 Interim D ir ec t or: Chuck Towsley .i. ------.... ---------257

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Florida Transportation Florida's Public Transportation Agencies Broward County Transit (BCT) 3201 West Copans Rd. Pompano Beach, FL 33069 (305) 357-8301 Director: Michael Scanlon Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX) 1200 West South St. O r lando, FL 32805 (407) 841-2279 Director: Paul Skoutelas East Volusla Transit Authority (VOTRAN) 950 Big Tree Road South Day1ona, FL 32019 (904) 756-7946 Director: Ken Fischer Escambia County Transit System (ECAT) 1515 West Fairfield Dr Pensacola, FL 32501 (904) 436-9383 Director: Ken Westbrook Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HARTline) 4305 E. 21st Street Tampa. FL 33605 (813) 623-5835 Director: Sharon Dent Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) 100 North Myrtle Ave Post Office Drawer "0" Jacksonville. FL 32203 (904) 630-3181 Director: Michael Blaylock Key West Department of Transportation PO Box 1078 Key West FL 33041 (305) 292-8247 Director: Raymond Archer Lakeland Area Mass Transit District (LAMTD) 1212 George Jenkins Blvd Lakeland, FL 33801 (813) 688-7433 Director: Steven Githens Lee County Transit (LeeTran) 10715 E. Airport Road Ft. Myers FL 33907 (813) 277-5012 Director: James I. Fetzer Manatee County Area Transit (MCAT) 1108 26th Ave East Bradenton, F L 34208 (813) 747-8621 Director: Charles Clayman Metro-Dade Transit Agency (MOTA) 111 N.W. First St M i ami, FL 33128 (305) 375-5675 Director: Chester "Ed" Colby Palm Beach County Transportation Authority (COTRAN) B l dg S-1440, PBIA West Palm Beach. FL 33406-1498 (407) 233-1166 Director: INing "Bud" Cure Pinellas Suncoast Transity Authority (PSTA) 14840 49th St., N Clearwater, FL 34622 (813) 530-9921 Director: Roger Sweeney Regional Transit System (RTS) 100 S.E 10th Ave. Gainesville, FL 32602 (904) 334-2609 Director: Russ Olvera 258

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-----------Florida Transportatio n Alman':\ -----------Sarasota County Area Trans i t (SCAT) 5303 Pinkney Ave Sarasota FL 34233 (813 ) 951-5850 D i rector: Jay Goodwill Space Coas t Area Transit (SCAT ) 401 s. Varr Avenue Cocoa, FL 32922 (407) 633-20 19 Director: Don Lusk Tallahassee Transit (TAL TRAN ) 555 Appleyard Dr. Tallahassee FL 32304 ( 904 ) 8915200 D i rector: John L Carter Tri..County Commuter Rail Authority (Tri-Rall) 305 S. Andrews A ve., #200 F t. Laude rdale FL 33301 (305) 728 -8512 Director: Gil Robert ---------------------!---------------------

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Florida Transportation -----------Florida's Local Community Transportation Coordinators (CTCs) Coordinated Transportation System Marion Mark 2711 NW 6th Street, Suite C Ga i nesville, FL 32609 (904) 334-1603 Alachua, Levy Baker County Council on Aging Cindy Ratley 101 E. MacClenny Avenue MacC lenny, FL 32063 (904) 259-2223 Baker Bay County Council on Aging, Inc. Beth Coullel1e 1116 Frankford Avenue Panama City, F L 32401 (904) 784 9360 Bay Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Jeff Rush PO Box 70 Live Oak, FL 32060 (904) 362-4115 Bradford, Lafayette Space Coast Area Transit Donald Lusk 401 S Varr Avenue Cocoa, FL 32922 (407) 633-2019 sc 366-2019 Brevard Broward County Board of County Commissioners Ray Sorl i e 3201 Copans Road Pompano Beach, FL 33069 (305) 357-6799 Broward Calhoun County Senior Citizens Association Marilyn Russell 137 Cayson Street Blountstown, FL 32424 (904) 67 4-4163 Calhoun Charlotte County Transit Department Richard Weingarten 7000 Florida Street Punta Gorda, FL 33950 (941) 575-4000 Charlotte Citrus County Transit Richard Cook PO Box 310 L ecanto FL 34460 (904) 746-4844, ext. 33 Citrus Clay County Council on Aging, Inc. Sheryl Hartzog 604 Walnut Street Green Cove Springs FL 32043 (904) 284-5699 Clay Training & Educational Center for the Handicapped John Lawson PO Box 9409 Naples, FL 33941 (941) 643 5338 Collier Suwannee Valley Transit Authority Jimmy Swisher 1907 Voyles Street Live Oak, FL 32060 (904) 362-5332 Columbia Hamilton, Suwannee

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Florida Transportation Alma.:ic\ ------------Metro-Dade Transit Agency Sheila Winitzer 3300 NW 32nd Avenue Miami, FL 33142 (305) 637-3754 Dade Senior Friendship Centers, Inc. Jim Van Pelt 1888 Alderman Street Sarasota FL 34236 (94 1 ) 957-1878 Desoto, Sarasota Suwannee Valley Transit, Inc. T.C. Galloway PO Box 1992 Live Oak, FL 32060 (904) 498-0128 Dixie COMSIS Joyce O'Brien 4161 Carmichael Avenue, 111 Jacksonville, FL 32207 (904) 393-4200 Duval COMSIS Les Solberg 5514 N. Davis Highway, #117 Pensacola, FL 32503 (904) 484-7770 Es cambia Flagler County Council on Aging James Harris 1000 Belle Terre Boulevard Palm Coast, FL 32137 (904) 437 -7300 Flagler Croom's, Inc. John Croom 133 Highway 98 Apalachicola, FL 32320 (904) 653-81432 Franklin Big Bend Transit, Inc. Ted Waters PO Box 172 1 Tallahassee, FL 32302 (904) 222-4160 Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Madison Taylor Tri-County Council for Senior Citizens Debbie Vance PO Box 1037 Chiefland, FL 32644 (904) 493 -6700 Gilchrist GoodWheels, Inc. Dee Sheridan 10075 Bavaria Road SE Ft. Myers FL 33913 (941) 768-6184 Glades, Hendry Gulf County Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc. Gerald Swan PO Box 295, Port St. Joe, FL 32456 (904) 229-6327 Gulf COMS IS Ed Griffin 2371 U.S. 27 Soulh Sebring FL 38870 Hardee Highlands, Okeechobee Mid Florida Community Services, Inc. Francine Ward PO Box 896 Brooksville, FL 34605 (904) 799-1510 Hernando Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Frank Harber 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 24th Floor Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 276-2642 Hi/Jsborough ----------------------!----------------------

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Florida Transportation Alman"dc\ ----------Tri..County Community Council, Inc. Bet1ie Slay 301 N Oklahoma Street Bonifay, FL 32425 Holmes, Walton, Washington Indian River County Council on Aging Tom Fritz PO Box 2102 Vero Beach, FL 32960 (407) 569-0760 Indian River Jackson County Transportation Roy Biighton PO Box 1117 Marianna, FL 32447 (904) 482-7433 Jackson LlfeStream Behavioral Center Joyce Devitt PO Box 491000 Leesburg FL 34749-1000 (904) 360-6575 Lake COMSIS David Hope North River Center Unit B 13240 Cleveland Avenue North Ft. Myers FL 33903 (941) 656-5530 Lee Liberty County Board of County Commissioners Brenda Clay PO Box 730 Bristol, FL 32321 (904) 643-2524 Liberty Manatee County Board of County Commissioners Edgar Martinez 1 108 26th Avenue East Bradenton, Fl 34208 (941) 747 8621 Marion County Senior Services, Inc. Harold Besley 1644 NE 22nd Avenue Ocala, FL 34470 (904) 622 Marion Council on Aging of Martin County Barbara Berto lin iTimmerman PO Box 3029 Stuart FL 34995 (407) 283-1814 Martin Care A-Van Consolidated Transportation Services Conn ie Hufstetler 1367 S 18th Street Femandina Beach FL 32034 (904) 261-0701 Nassau Okaloosa County Coordinated Transportation Tom Linn 207 Hospital D ri ve Ft. Walton Beach, FL 32548 (904) 833-9165 Okaloosa LYNX Transit B ill Morris 1200 W South Street Orlando, FL 32805 (407) 426-2279 Orange, Osceola. Seminole Palm Beach County MPO Angela Morlock PO Box21229 West Pa l m Beach, FL 33416 (407) 684-4170 Palm Beach Pasco Co. Public Transportation Div. Edward Krute 5418 Sunset Road New Port R i chey FL 34652 (813) 834-3200 Pasco

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Florida Transportation Pinellas County MPO Grady Smith 14 S Fort Harrison Avenue Clearwater, FL 34616 (813) 462-4751 Pinellas Polk County Transportation System Donna Wulff 1290 Golfview Avenue #116 Bartow, F L 33830 Polk ARC Transit, Inc. Boyd Thompson 1209 Westover Drive Palatka, FL 32177 (894) 325-2249 Putnam St. Johns County Council on Aging, Inc. Richard Taylor 1 1 O l d Mission Avenue St. Augustine, FL 32084 (904) 824-2000 St. Johns St. Lucie Board of County Commissioners Grace McNeil 435 N 7th Str eet Ft. P i erce, FL 34950 (407) 468-1777 I SC 259-1777 St. Lucie Santa Rosa County Council on Aging Ann Spencer 609 Alabama Street Milton, FL 32570 (904) 623-0467 Santa Rosa Sumter County Board of County Commissioners James Sparks 209 N Florida Street, Room 206 Bushnell FL 33513 (904) 56!h3001 Sumter A & A Transport, Inc. Curtis Allen 55 N Lake Avenue Lake Butler, FL 32054 (904) 496-2008 Union VOTRAN Yvonne Caraway 950 Big Tree Road South Daytona FL 32019 (904) 761-7496 Volusia Wakulla County Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Nell Rozar PO Box 537 Crawfordville FL 32327 (904) 926-7145 Wakulla

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Florida Transportation Alman'ic\ ------------Miscellaneous Transportation-Related Agencies and Organizations Asphalt Contractors Association of Florida 1007 E DeSoto Park Dr. #201 Tallahassee, F L 32317 (904) 222-7300 R obert Martin, President & Director Federal Highway Administration Flor ida Div ision Office 227 N. Bronaugh St., Rm 2015 Tallahassee FL 32301 (904) 942-9579 J. R. Skinner Division Administrator Florida Associated General Contractors Council 322 Beard Street Ta llahassee, FL 32303 (904) 222-2911 Calvin Campbell President Florida Association of Counties, Inc. 100 S. Monroe St., PO Box 549 Tallahassee, Fl 32302 (904) 224-3148 Charley Richards, President Florida Institute of Transportation Engineers c/o Florida DOT PO Box 6669 Jacksonville F L 32236 (904) 381-8722 Aage Schroder Ill Presiden t Florida Transportation Builders Association PO Box 1208 Tallahassee, FL 32302 (904) 942-1404 Robert Bur leso n President Florida Trucking Association, Inc. 350 East College Avenue Tallahassee FL 32301 (904) 222-9900 Thomas B Webb, Jr., President Floridians for Better Transportation One Progress Plaza Suite 420 St. Petersburg, FL 3370 1 (813) 895-5766 Don Crane, President Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority 525 S Magnolia Ave. O r lando. FL 32801 (407) 425-8606 A. Wayne Rich Chairman Precast Concrete Structures Association, Inc. PO Box 08669 Ft. Myers, Fl 33908 (824) 454-8549 Joe Zachara. President Underground Utility Contractors of Florida 300 N. County Road 427, Suite 101 Longwood, FL 32750 (407) 830-1330 R. Bruce Kershner, Executive D irector ---------------------1 ---------------------

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---------Florida Transportation A/1111111'7c\ ------------Transportation Acr onyms AADT Annual average daily traffic CBA Cost-benefit analysis AAR Association of American CBD Centra l business district Railroads COL Commercial driver's license AASHTO American Association of State CBO Congressional Budget Office Highway and Transportation CEA Cost-effectiveness analysis Officia l s CFR Code of Federal Regu l ations AAWDT Annua l average weekday traffic CMSA Consolidated metropo li tan ABA American Bus Association statistical area ABS Automat i c block s i gnal COG Council of governments ACHP Advisory Committee on COLA Cost-of-living allowance Highway Policy CP I Consumer price ind ex ACTS American Coalition for Traffic CSG Council of State Governments Safety CTC Centralized t r affic control ACV Air cushion vehicle CWR Continuous welded rail ADA Americans with Disabilities Act CEO Census enumeration district ADB Advanced design bus co Carbon monoxide ADT Average daily traffic CFR Code of Federal Regu la tions AE Annual element cvo Commercial Vehi cle Operations AFC Automatic fare co ll ect i on Program AFZ Auto-free zone CMAQ Conge stion MRigation and Air AGT Automated guideway transit Improvement Program AHS Automated highway system CUTR Center for Urban Transportation APTA American Public Transit Assn. Research APWA American Public Works Assn DAB Dial-a-bus ARZ Auto-restricted zone OAR Dial-a-ride ASE Automated speed enforcement OBE Disadvantaged business ATC Automatic train control system enterprise ATO Automatic tra i n operation DCA Department of Commun ity ATP Automatic train protection Affa i rs ATS A utomatic train supervision; DHV Design hourly volume automatic tra i n stop system DUM Double-s i ded linear induct i on ATU Amalgamated Transit Union motor AVI Automated vehicle Identification OMU Diesel multiple-unit car AVL Automatic vehicle location DOE Department of Energy system DOL Department of Labor AVM Automati c vehicle monitoring DOT Department of Transportation system DPM Downtown people mover BOS Bus-o nly street E&H Elderly and disabled persons BMS Bridge Management System EA Environmenta l asse ssment B T S Bureau of Transportation ECE Externa l combustion eng ine Stat i stics EO Enumerat i on district C&C Com mand and control system EIS Environmental impact statement CAAA Clean Air Act Amendments of E MU Electric multiple -uni t car 1990 EPA Environmental Protection Agen. CAC advisory committee EDI E l ectronic data interchange CAP Commuter assistance program ECE Externa l combustion engine

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f1orida TrQitSIJortation A l man":ic\ FAA Fede ral Aviat i on A dmin istration LR T Light rail t rans i t FARE F i n a ncia l Ac c ou nt ing Reporting LRV Lig h t r a il vehicl e E lemen t s LSM L i n e ar synch r onous mo t o r FCC Federal Commun i cations LTPP Long t erm pavement Comm is sion performance FDEP Florid a D ep artm e n t of MAC M a j or act i vity cente r Env iro nment a l P r otect i on MAGLEV M agne tic levitation FOOT Florida De p arment of MBE Minority business en t erpr i se Transportatio n MCMI S M ot o r carrier m a nagem ent FHWA Federal Highway Admi nis trat i o n i nformat i on s y st em F MC Federal M a ritime Commission MIS Ma n agemen t info system FONSI Find i n g of no sign i ficant impact MLP M aximum load poin t FRA F e deral R a ilro a d A dmi nist rat ion MLS M a ximum l o ad sect ion FTA F ederal Trans i t Admin i stration MPO M etrop oli tan planni n g G I S Geog rap hic infor m ation system organizat i on GRT G r oup r a p i d t ransi t MPV M ultipur p ose p a sse nger v e h i c l e HOV High-occupancy vehic l e MR Motiv at ional r ese a rch HP Horsepo w e r MSA M e t ropolitan statist i cal a r ea HRIS H i ghway Research In f o Serv i ce M U M u ltipl e unit HSGT High-speed ground MCSAP M o t o r Ca r rier Sa f e t y Ass i stance transportation P r ogram HSIS Hi ghway safety i nfo system NAA Q Nat i ona l a m bien t a i r qual i ty HUD Departm e nt o f Housing and standards Urban Development NACo Nat i onal Assn of Counties I CC Interstate Commerce Comm. N ARC Nat i onal Assn of Regional ICE Internal combus t i o n e ng i n e Counc il s IMS Info management system NCHRP N a t ional Cooperat ive H i ghway lPG lnte r m o da l P la nning Group R e se ar ch Program I S TEA lnte r mod al Surface NCTRP N ational Co o perative Trans it Transporta tio n Efficiency Act of Research a nd Development 1991 Program ITA I n ternational Taxicab Assn NOR Nationa l Drive r Re g ister ITE I n stitu t e of Transportation NEPA Nation al Env iro nmental Policy Enginee r s Act ITS Inte lli gent trave l system N HP N Nati o na l H i ghway Plann i ng IUPT Int erna t ional Union of Publ i c N etwork Tran sport NHS Nat ional H i ghway System IVHS In t e lli gent veh i cle highway N HTSA Nationa l H i ghway T raffi c Sa f ety s yste m s Adm i nis tr a t ion JPA Joi n t pow e rs agreem e n t NIMBY N ot in my b ack yard J -T-W Journey t o work N LC Nat i ona l Lea gu e o f C i t i es K&R Ki ss an d ride NMV N on-motorized veh icl e LC T Lowca pital transportat i on N PTS Nationwide Person a l i mprovements T ransportati on Stu d y L E M Linea r ele ctr i c m ot o r NTARS N at i ona l Transp o rtation LIM Linear induction m o tor Anal y s i s R e gio ns L O S Level o f service NTI National Transi t Ins t i t ute LR E Long-ran g e e l em e n t N T P N a t i onal T ransporta t ion Poli cy L RRT Light rail rap i d tran sit N TSB Nat i o n al Transpo rt ation Safe l y LRS Linear refe r en ci ng sy s tem Board .JIL.._

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Florida Trans portatio n ----------OBD Out l ying business district TOP Transit D evel opment Program OMB Office of Management and THS Territoria l h i ghway system Budget TIP Transportation Improvement OTA Office of Tec hn ol o g y Program Assessme n t TLV Tracked l evitated vehicle P&R Park and ride TMA Trans p ortat i on management PAS Pub li c auto m obile service assn PCE Passenger car equivalence TMO Transporta t ion management POPS Probl e m dri ve r p o inter system organizat i on PMSA Primary metropo l itan sta t ist i cal TRB Transporta t ion Research Board area TRIS Transportation Research PMT Passenger miles trav eled Informat ion Serv i ce PPBS Planning-programmingTSM Transportation system budgeting system management PRT Perso n al ra p id trans i t TSME Transportation syst ems PSC Public Service Comm i ssion management ele m ent PUC Pub lic Utilities Commission TTS Timed t ransfer system RD&D Research Develop m ent, and TWU Transport Workers Union Demonstration Program UA Urban i zed area RDC Rail diese l car UBOA United Bus Owners of America RFP Request for proposals UITP International Uni o n of Public RGR Regio n al rail Transport ROW R i ght-of-way UMTRIS Urban Mass Transp o rta t ion RPA R e gional planning agency Res e arch Informat i on Service RRIS Rai l road Research Info Service UPWP Unified planning work program RUCUS Run Cutt i n g and Veh i cle USDOT US Department of Schedu li ng Transportation RV Recreational vehic l e UTMS Urban transportat ion modeling SHRP Stra t egic Highway Research syst e m Program UTPS Urb a n Transportation P l anning SLIM Sing l e-sided linear Induction System motor UTU United Transportation Union SLT Shuttle-loop transit V I N Vehicle ident i fication number SMS Safety management system VKT Vehicle k il omete r s of travel SMSA Standard metropolitan stat i stical VMT Vehicle miles of travel area VOR Vehicle occupancy rate sov Sing l e-oc c upancy vehi cl e WBE Women's business enterprise su Sing l e unit WPO D Water port o f debarkatio n STP Surface Transportat ion Program WPOE Water port of embarkation TACV Tracked air cushion vehic l e

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Fl o rida Trans portation ---------------INDEX ACRONYMS ... ... ... ............. ........... .. ... . 267 A g e Distribution, FlatUS ....... .... ....... ...... . 9, 1 5 by F l a C
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Florida Transportation Alman'7c\ Households (coni) Place of Work Fla/US ..... ......... ........................ ... 11, 12 by Fla County ....... .. ............................. 4 7 Growth Rates, FlatUS ...... .......... ...... ...... 3 Trends USIFia ............ ........ ........ 43, 45 Size, Fla/US .. ......................................... 4 Population Travel Characteristics Average ...... .. ... 29 Characteristics, Fla/US .................. 11, 12 Travel by Household Size and Vehicles Fla/US ........ ................... .......... ..... 11, 12 Available ... .... ............... ......................... 30 Growth Rates, Fla/US ................. ....... .. .. 3 Vehicle Growth Rates, Fla/US ......... .. ..... 3 Port Au1horities, F la .............................. .. 257 Vehicle Trip Data by Purpose ...... .. .. .. ... 33 Poverty Status Import Commodities, Fla .. .................. .. ... 147 Distribu1ion, Fla/US ...... .... ................ .. .. 15 INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION Fla/US .............................................. 8. 16 SYSTEMS .......... .............. ........... 165 Trends, Fla/US .. .............. ............... 13, 14 JOURNEY TO WORK TRAVEL ...... ..... 37-56 Private Vehicles Mode Fla/US ............... .. .. ... ............. .... 40 Fla/US ............................................ 1 1 12 Labor Force, FlatUS ... .................. .. 5 11, 12 Occupancy, Fla/US ........................ 42, 47 Level of Service Standards, FIHS .............. 94 Occupancy, Trends, USIFia ... ..... ... 44, 46 Licensed Drivers PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION ..... .... 111126 Fla/US ........ ... .. .. .......... ... .. ... .......... 11, 12 RAIL ................................................. 127 -134 Growth Rates, Fla/US ............................ 4 Rail Freight Percent, FlatUS .. .. .. .......... .. .. .. .. .. 5, 11, 1 2 Originations ....... ... .. .. .......... ... ... ......... 132 per Household, F la/US ............... 5, 11, 12 Terminations .... .. .. .. .. .............. ............ 132 Median Household Income Traffic, Fla ......................... ..... ........... 131 by Fla County ...................... .. ........ ...... 16 Traffic H isto ry Fla .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... ....... 130 Fla/US ....................................... ... .. .. .. .. .. 8 Railroads Trends, Fla/US ....................... .. .. .. .. 13, 14 in Fla ....................... ...... ... .. .. .............. 129 Metric Conversion Chart .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... 270 lntermoda l, Seaport Development Metropolijan Planning Orgs, Fla ..... ... 60, 246 Funding, Work Program, Fla .............. 129 MODAL STATISTICS ........................ 57-172 Reason for Derailment, Fla ................ 130 Mode to Work Regional Planning Councils, Fla ....... 61, 244 by Fla County ..... .. .. ...... .......... .............. 4 7 Revenue Sou rces Trends, USIFia ............................... 43, 45 Local Roads, Selected States ...... ...... 210 Moto r Fuels State Roads, Selected States ..... ..... .. 209 Consumption Fla .... ... .. .. .. .. .. ... ........ ..... 86 Road Pavement Condition, Fla ........ ..... .. .. 92 Use, US .................................. .. .. .. .. ..... 87 Road Costs ......................... ... ...... ... 217-219 Motor Vehicle Registrations, F la/US .... 89, 90 School District Profi les, Fla .............. 123 NPTS HouseholdfTravel Characteristics ... 29 SEAPORTS ..... ................ ........... .... 135 Paratransit Trips, Fla ............................... 121 State Highway System Summary PERSONAL TRAVEL ........................... 27-36 Centerline Miles .. ................................. 78 Persons Daily Vehicle Miles Travelled ............... 84 per Household Fla/US ................... 11, 12 by District ..... ........ .. .. .. .................... 65-68 Trips, Miles, Trip Length ....................... 32 Lane Miles .. .. .. ..................................... 81 Trip Length ... .. .. ................. ... .. .. ... ......... 34 State Work Program Funding Sources .... 214 Trip Travel Time ......................... ......... 35

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Florida Transportation ------------Florida Transportation Almanac 1995 CUTR Project Team: William L. Ball Project Manager Patricia Henderson joel R. Rey Forrest Cotten Nilgun Kamp Carrie Smith Joe Balderson CUTR Center for Urban Transportation Research College of Engineering, University of South F lorida 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, ENB 118 Tampa, FL 33620 (81 3) 9743120, SunCom 574, FAX 974 email: ball@cutr.eng.usf.edu Internet: http:/ /www.eng.usf.edu/CUTR/cutrhome .html Gary L. Brosch, Director

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-----------Florida Transportation ------------Taxes Allocat i ons Vehic l e-Related, F l a ........ 201 Burden, Motor Fue ls, Per Gal. Rate . 212 Highway Fuel, Fla . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Locally Imposed Fuel, Fla .. .. .. .. ... 203-205 L o cally Imposed Motor Fuel, Fla 206-208 Sources Transportation, F la . ... . 199 -200 TOLL FACILITIES ... . ........................ 95-100 TOURISM .. ... .... ... ........ ... ... ... ... . 173-196 1994 Rev iew . ... .......... .... ... ... ......... 175 Deve l opment Tax Collect i ons . . ... .... 195 by State, US Top Ten ... 196 Regions in F l a (map) . ... ... .... ... ... ... 18 7 Taxable Sales, Fla ... ..... .... ....... 193-194 Trade Partners Fla .............. .. ...................... 145 Waterborne Fla ........ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....... 148 Traffic Signals, Cost US Avg .................. 219 Transit Capital Costs Rolling Stock ...... .. .. .. ... 222 Capital Funding Sources Fla .. .. .. .. .. ... 211 Capital/Operating Funding Sources ... 211 Financial Character i stics .. .................. 222 Operators, Section 9 Fla .................. 113 Syste m s Fla ........................ ...... 114, 258 System Performance Indicat ors .. 115119 Transportat i on Comm i ssion, Fla .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 242 T ransportation C o m mittees, FlatUS 237 239 TRANSPORTATION DEMAND MANAGEMENT.. ..... ... ... ........... 151154 Transportation Disadvantaged Commission F l a ..................... .. .. .. .. .. .. 243 TRANSPORTATION EDUCATION AND RESEARCH .......... .. .. .................. 225-232 Education Programs in Fla ...... .. .. 227-229 Research Centers in Fla .............. 230-232 TRANSPORTATION FINANCING ... 197-224 Transportat ion Managemen t Associations Fla .. .. .. ........ .. .. .. .. ...... ............ ...... 153, 248 TRAVEL BEHAVIOR CHARACTERISTICS ......... ............. 25-56 Travel Demand Management in F lor ida ... 154 Trave l by Income Category .. .. .. ................. 33 T ravel Time to Work by F la County .. .. .. .. ........ ... .................... 4 7 FlatuS ........................ .... ..................... 41 Trends, US/Fia ................ ............ ... 43, 45 Turn pike Summary, F l a ...................... ...... 98 Vehicles per Capi ta, FlatUS ........ .. .......... 5, 11, 12 per H o useh old, Flat U S ........ ...... .... 11, 12 per Household FlatUS .......................... 4 T r ips Miles, and Trip Length .. .. ........... 31 to Fla, 1 994 ...... .... ........ ........ .. .. .. 175 by Region .... .. .. .. .. .............. ......... 1 88-189 Forecast .. ... .... ... .. ... .... ...... ..... ......... . 190 V i sitors to Fla by Air Activities .. .. .. .... .... .... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .. 177 and Auto History .. ........ ........... .. .. .. .. .. 184 Destinations .. .. .. .. ...... ...... ...... .... .... ..... 176 Expendi t ures .... .... .... .... ......... .......... 178 Number by Airport ............................ 182 Number by Month ........ .. .. .. ........ .. .. ... 181 Trip Purpose .......... .................. .. .. .. .. .. 177 Origins .......... .. .. .. .. .................. ... ...... .. 176 Visitors t o Fla by Auto Activ it ies .. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. .... ... .. .... .. .. .. .... 180 and Air, History .. .. .. ................ ........ .. .. 184 Destinat i ons ................ .. .. .. ........ .. ...... 179 Expenditu res ... .... .... .... .. . .... .. .. .. .. 180 Number by Month ............................ 183 Trip Pu r pose .............. ............... ...... ... 179 Ori gins .. .. .. .. ................ .. ............ ......... 178 Work Disability Distribution F l a/US .............................. 15 by Fla County .. .. .. .. ................ .......... .... 16 Trends, Fla/US .. .. ...... ............ ......... 13, 1 4 Workers Growth by Journey to Work Mode F l atUS .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ .... ...... ...... .... 39 G r owth Rates F l atUS .. .. .. .. ...... ............ 3 per Household, FlatUS ........ ....... 4 11, 12 Number of, FlatUS ........................ 11, 12


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