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. Florida Transportation Almanac Center for Urban Transportation Research College of Engineering University of South F lori d a @CUTR, June 1.998

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---------Florida Trnnsporwion Almsn;'c \ ----------

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--------Florida Tmnsportaiion PREFACE Th i s publication is the second edi tion o f the Florida Transportation Almanac, developed and produced by the Center for Urban Transportat ion Research (CLITR) at the University of South Florida (USF) In Tampa. It follows the original publication produced in 1995 a n d the Florida Transportation Almanac and Atfas on CDROM prod uced in 1996. The Almanac contains data from existing data sources throughout F l orida and the United States. A range of t ransporta t ion topics is covered, and, to the extent possible, statistical data are for the most recen t year available as of May 1998. Although most of the inf ormation provided i n the Almanac is avail able d i rectly from the respective agendes that compiled o r collected the information, the ability to access this information from a single source offers significant advantages to the tra n sportation community The Almanac comprises eight major sections, as follows: Section 1, DEMOGRAPHICS, presents information for the U .S., Florida, and the 67 counties in the state All data ar e take n from the 1990 Census a n d previous. Section 2, TRAVEl BEHAVIOR CHARACTERISTICS, summarizes trave l beh avior characteristics and trends in Florida and the U.S. Summary statistics are provided for all personal travel in the U.S. and Florida, as well as fo r the aggregated metropolitan regions In Florida. In addition, characteristics of the journey-to wo r k are provided for the U.S. Florida, and its counties. Section 3, MODAL STATISTICS, inc ludes information on highways, aviation, p u blic transportation, rail, seaports, transportation demand management (TOM), freight, and inte lli gent t r ansportation systems ( ITS ). Section 4, TOURISM, focuses on tourism statistics for the state. Section 5, TRANSPORTATION ANANONG, presents information on Florida's transportation tax and fee sources and t r a n sportation costs assodated with the construction and operation of var ious modes, includi n g highways, b ridges, airports, public transportation, and bicyde and pedestr ian facilities . Section 6, TRANSPORTATION EDUCATION AND RESEARCH, presents an overview of the transportation education programs available at the state's universities and colleges and a s u m m ary of the act i vities of the state's transportation research organizations. Sectio n 7, DIRECTORY, Includes contact i nformation for various transportation related organizations in Flo rida, including planning agendes, operating agencies, commissions, councils, committees, and professional associations, among oth ers. Section 8, MISCELLANEOUS, contains a list of frequentlyused transporta tion acronyms as well as a metric conversion chart. T he editors wish to acknowledge the assistance of a ll t h e individuals at the numerous a g encies a n d organizations who provided information and review of this publi cation. A t h ird edition of the Almanac will be published, and we welcome your comments and suggestions fo r Improvements and addi tions. -The Editors ____ __ _____ Jl __________

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-------------Florida Trt>nsportstion ----_ _ L _ i v

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I II III Florida ----------CONTENTS DEMOGRAPHICS I 0 I 0 I I I 0 I 0 0 I 0 0 I 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 TRAVEL BEHAVIOR CHARACTERlSTlCS Personal Travel o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 I o o I o 0 I o o I 0 o I 0 o 0 0 o o I I o 0 Census Joumey-to-Work Travel 0 0 0 0 29 31 41 61 67 MODAL STATISTICS 0 0 ....... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o 0 o o 0 0 I 0 0 I o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Highways Toll Fadlities Aviation o o o o o o o 0 o I 0 I 0 I 0 0 I o 0 o 0 0 o 0 o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o 0 o 0 o 0 Public Transportation 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rail "" o o o o o o o o 0 o o I 0 I I o I I 0 I 0 I I I I o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o 0 o I 0 o 0 o o o o I o o o Seaports o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o 0 o o o o o I o o o I o o o o I I o o I o 0 I 0 0 I o o o 0 o o o Transportation Demand Management o I o o I o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Freight . . . . Intelligent Transportation Systems o o o o I o 0 o o I o o I 0 I I 0 0 I 0 o I o o I I o o o o o o o o o o 105 113 123 147 155 171 175 187 IV TOURJSM .. 0 0 0 0 I 0 I I 0 0 0 0 193 v VI VII TRANSPORTATION FINANCING .......................................... TRANSPORTATION EDUCATION AND RESEARCH DIRECTORY, o o o I o o o o o 0 I 0 0 I o I o 0 I o I o I o o o o o o 0 0 0 I I 0 0 0 0 o o 0 o o 0 o o 0 I 0 I I 0 0 I VUI MISCELLANEOUS ..................................................... Aa'Oflyms 1 1 1 1 1 Metric Conversion Chart o o o o o o o o o I o o 0 I I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o o o o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 INDEX I I I I 221 249 257 281 283 285 287 JJL __ v

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----. Flotida TrsJJ.sportstionAiman-:;'c ----Section 1: DEMOGRAPHICS 1

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-------------Fl o rida Transportation Alman -----------2

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----------Florids SECTION HIGHUGHTS Florida According to th e Bureau of the Census, Florida's population has Increased more t han 160 percent from 1960 (4.95 million) to 1990 (12.94 million). D u ring this time, household private vehicles increased 382 percent (1.68 million in 1960; 8 .09 million in 1990) and licensed drivers increased 252 percent (2.55 million in 1960; 8.99 million in 1990). The number of vehicles per household in Florida has increased from 1.08 vehicles in 1960 to 1.58 vehides in 1990 and the number of licensed drivers per household Increased from 1.65 drivers In 1960 to 1.75 drivers in 1990. Olanges in population, households, and vehicles resulted in household size decreasing by 21 percent while the number of vehicles per household Increased 46 percent. The gender distribution in Florida has remained relatively stable from 1960 to 1990 with approximately 48 percent of the population being male and 52 percent belng female. The percent of households in Florida above the poverty level has Increased slightly between 1970 and 1990 from 84 percent to 8 7 percent. United States Total U.S. popul ation Increased 39 percent from 179.3 million in 1960 to 248.7 millio n in 1990. Durin g this time, household private vehicles increased 181 percent (54.8 million in 1960; 153.8 million in 1990) and licensed drivers increased 95 percent (84 5 million in 1960; 164. 9 million i n 1990) The number of vehicles per household in U.S. has Increased from 1.03 vehicles In 1960 to 1.67 vehicles in 1990 and the number of licensed drivers per household increased from 1.59 drivers in 1960 to 1.79 drivers in 1990. The growth In U.S. v.ehlcles per household (62 percent) also exceeded that for the number of persons per U.S. household ( -20 percent). The gender distribution in the U.S. has remained relatively stable from 1960 to 1990 with approximately 49 percent of the population bei ng male and 51 percent being female. Th e percent of households In the U .S. above the poverty level has remained stable between 1970 and 1990 at 87 percent. .1

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-----------Flo.rid ----------Figure 1 1 POPULATION GROWTH RATES FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES ( 1960 1990) 'klf'd 111% 0 Unle.O '""' 120% F igure 1 2 WORKER GROWTH RATES, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) -0% ........

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-----------Fiorids Tr=spormtion ---------. . 'Fi gure '1-3 HOUSEHOLD GROWTH RATES, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) -r---;===.---1 ... 1 ... 10011 11 70-10 ........ 1960 F lgur e 1-4 HOUSE HOLD VEHI C L E GROWTH RATES FLORIDA A N D U N I TED STAT ES ( 1 960-1990) -)75% lll orldt CJ ..... 300% 225 % 15011 75% Ol' -70 ....... 5

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----------Florida Transportati011 AJm.,;'c' -----------Figure 1-6 LICENSED DRIVER GROWTH RATES FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) >OO%r-----------------------, I Fioi'IU C) Unltltod s.tM I Figure 1-6 AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) 5.00 r--;::;:::;:::;:::;:::;:::;:;l r Flolfcll D Ul'l'*l sw. 1 . 00 ___ JL __ 6

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------------Florida ----------' ; Ffgure 1-7 WORKERS PER HOUSEHOLD, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) 2.00 r---;;:========;;--l I Aodd 0 Unlfed States 1. 60 Figure 1-8 VEHICLES PER HOUSEHOLQ, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960) 2 .40 r---;;:========;;--l I Ronda O United State J 1960 1970 : 1 990 ___ JL __ 7

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-----------Florida -----------Figure 1 9 LICENSED DRIVER PER HOUSEHOLD, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES {1960) 3.00 r----;:;::;::::;::::;::::;::::;::===1l I no.td 0 Ullbd St.ws J 1.06 Figure 1-10 LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION RATES FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES {1960 1990) .. ,. .. ,. .. ,. 20% 0 % 1910 19'90 ___ JL __ 8

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------------Florida TmnsportstionAJman-:'c' -----------Figure 1-11 GROWTH RATES IN VEHICLES PER CAPITA, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) 120% I Florid 0 Unltd Sta1M I 90% 60% "' 1970 1980-90 196o.90 Figure 1-12 PERCENT LICENSED DRIVERS, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1980-1990) 1960 1970 1980 1990 ___ JL __ 9

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-------------Florida Tr:wsportstior1Alma;;:"c' ------------F igure 1 -13 COMPARISON OF GROWTH RATES I N POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS, FLORIDA (1960 1 990) I tM0-70 I Qtt70 lEI tM0-90 l Cl tM0-90 10

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------------Fiodc/3 -----------Figure 1-14 ETHNIC ORIGIN FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960) 100% .. ,,, 80% 60% 44% 20% 0% 1 980 1970 1980 1990 .wtllle CJ Afrt011n
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-----------Flonds T,r:ansp n. D ,_> u.s. [I I"OOIM < PC1Wr1Y tow.! Fl. IJ'IGOftl < poWrty .. WI U .S. 1980 1990 ___ JIL __ 12

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------------l'Jo.rids -----------Figure 1-18 AGE DISTRIBUTION FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) 35% 35% .----_jll.nlli!!U!IIl!llc__ __ _, 28% = s II s 2 28'1'. 21% 14% .... s l 19f0 D 1870 1ta0 1&$0 I 1.1

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-------------Florida Tr.msporration Alman-;;'c\ -----------"" .,. 30% "" . "" "' 3 e e ll -< s 5 1 3 fi Flgum 1-19 EDUCATION LEVEL, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) Aorid -Unibld Sbtu ,... ""' ... '"' t i e e 9 : '! I g < -a Q .. 3 3 .. & 0 & 0 E 0 s .. r [ 1MO 0 uro 1..0 Cl 1no I 0 .. 9 e .. 0 14

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Table 1 1 FL ORIDA POPULAnON CHARACTERlSTlC S FlORIDA Popo.dotlon OtJendar Yew Chi ra cte r istics 1910 1970 19111> .. ,., 600 71)-8 0 60-90 -"' 4,951,560 6,789,443 9,746,324 12,!137,926 37.12 43.SS 32.75 16L29 ltCU$d'IOids 1.550,(>14 3 ,144,254 5,134,869 47.40 63.88 37.14 2Sl.Z7 -or. -l,,...$,044 Z-473,256 3 984 ,836 S,794,4SZ 41.73 61.12 45.41 m.os. --v-1.6n.>99 s,67f,172 1,001,424 73.61 94.84 42.50 3112.01 l.lo!nO!d ........ tss:t-000 3,614,000 7;J!JOIJOO a.m.ooo U. 56 101.n ZllS 252.21 _,.._ 3.19 2.97 2.60 2 .52 ... ,. -12...c) 3.20 .13 WCritel5 per Househofd 1.13 1.08 LO l:l. } r -t g. ., JJ

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Table 1-2 UNITED STATES POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS R.ORlOA Cl\aft!le !"") Ct'Aara<:tllrilt:IC:S 1960 1970 1980 .... 60-70 7010 -60-90 -lOtion 179,323,17 203,211,92 226,545 80 248,709,87 13. 32 11.48 9 .78 38 69 _,.,_ 53,021,061 63,449,747 80,389,673 91,947,410 19.67 26.70 14.38 73.42 Humber Cl W
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Demographic Charamristics Gender Florida Transportation A!maD-:"c' ---------Table 1-3 DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS, FLORIDA (1960-1990) P:LORJDA calenilar Year Change(%) 1t60 I u1o I 198o 1990 60.70 1o-eo I ao.go 60 ' .. Female 2..511,n7 3,513,872 s,o70,698 6,.676,207 39.73 "1"1.31 31.66 Origin White 164.51 _Hispanic Odgln Not Hispanic nJ 8,888,166 11,363,783 nJ nJ 27 .85 nl nl nJ nJ nJ 83.43 nl .!fie < 16 years 1.,166.814 1,874.()98 2,034,189 2,561,211 27.77 8.54 ZS.91 74.61 to 19 337,487 452,S85 653,925 650,137 34.10 4-4.49 .0.58 92.64 2 .. 0 to l9 years 594,415 899,613 1,551,275 1,922,652 51.34 72.44 23.94 223.45 ,_6__0 to 64 ml'$ 1,111,403 t,soo,ng 2,024 ,907 .2:,733,8'91 3S.03 35.19 34.75 145 .99 221,457 358,925 564,652 619,038 62.07 57.32 2 0.26 206.62 SS3,129 989,366 1 ,687,573 2,369,431 78.87 70.$7 40.40 328. 37 .... -'=$5 than 9th grade gr-'rol 1,066,616 I, 104,113 1,101,429 842,811 1,428,263 2,679,2.8$ 2..312,404 1,062,649 7 13, 661 215,110 144,908 76,679 n/a nJ 4,722 15,953 nJ of a nBA24 1,219,216 458,&64 250,522 156,7 42 nJ nJ 7,168 18A74 981,519 2,.1$9,572 1,047,471 533,452 39&,682 14,675 17,809 5&1,756 1,345,28.9 8,756,870 27,483 21,028 5,701,2:18 $,459,268 11,037,300 1,088,225 1,287,056 1,60o:t.J86 3.52 37.08 70. 84 66.43 72.88 104.41 nJ n/a 51.80 15.81 of .().24 26.09 79.59 128.27 112.91 153.08 nJ of a 104 73 3.60 48.38 18.27 -23.48 45.52 22.37 120.76 99.20 41.61 n/a n/a 87.28 18.07 3M8 24.64 .98 151.51 1-'=!-i 275.43 738.71 633 33 632.61 nJ nJ 482.02 31.81 0/a nJ Source : C@nttf for lkbM Transpol"t3tictt Research, Do:rnographlc and Cornmutlnp Trends In Flotlda(R!bruarv 1994), report based on data from th e 1990 u.s. Census. 17

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-------------Florida Trsn$portstion Alman -:c \ ----------Tabl e 1-4 DE M OGRAPHIC TRENDS, UNITED STATES (1960-1990) UNJTEO STATES -----Oemovraphic Clilenclar Year Cbongo(o/o) Ch.atacteri$tiC:s ,.;o I .;-r ---1960 1990 60-70 o-oo I ao-9o ; 60-90 Gender . ----Male 98,912,192 110,053,161 12l.239,418 1J.9 8 ll.l6 10.16 : 37 2 6 -9(1,991,681 104,299,734 116;492.6+ 127,470,455 1<1.63 11. 69 9.42 40.09 Ethnic: Origin --., _,_ .... ,_. __ Vftjfe 158,831,7 32 1'17,748,975 1 88,311,622 199,686,070 11 .91 S 98 6.01 25. 72 A h itM Arneriean I 18,871,831 2 2,580,.289 26,495,025 29,986,060 19.65 17.34 13.18 5$.89 --O rher I 1,6 1 9,612 2,882,662 u,67!US8 19,037,743 17.9e 305.15 63.01 .. ori gin -I Not Hispanic nf "'' 211,937,132 226,355,81-4 "'' "'' 6 80 .. I : Hispanic nJ "'' 14,608,673 "'' 53 02 I "'' A ge --< 16 years S8,S42,789 61,929,086 SS,3S0,231 5 .18 .62 2 7 8 -----1 6 to 19 years 10;462,627 15,041,314 17,108,226 14,432,406 43. 76 1 3.74 3 7 .94 -20 to 29 vears 21,669,885 29,848,014 .. .339,623 <40,333,3 57 37 74 36 .8l 1.24 86 .13 -30 > 39 yt3r$ 24,430,295 U,537,287 31,5l6,222 41,$26,01)4 -7.75 39.88 32.67 71.U ----40 yearS <40, s 15, 547 45,173,939 <6,()84,4<9 2.02 15..81 31.73 ---60 to 64 yea;rs 7,j42,452 8,616,7$4 10,007,6,ll 10,616,167 2 0. 64 17. 07 $ .24 <8.6!_ .. -31,241,831 T 21.11 65 + yt3or$ 16,SS9,580 20,065 ,502 25,5-49,427 27 .33 22-23 --Education Level ---. le$S tt\an 9Ch grade 39,499,342 31,087,390 24,257,683 16,502,211 .._:3 1.97 L S822 . ---9th grade to Uth grade 19,115,915 21,285,922 20,277,514 22,841,507 11. 35 12.64 19.49 M ----J:li. gh SChool g r a d uate 24,455,488 34,1 58,051 45,947,035 47,642,763 39.67 34 51 3 .69 94.81 _ 8,742,070 11,650,730 20,1'94,975 .39,571,702 33. 21 78 49 9().29 I degree 4 613,367 6,6S7,604 11, 4 20,499 20,8)2.567 44.31 71.54 82.4 1 351.57 Qt' 3,011 906 5,059,662 10,137,981 11,477,686 67.99 100.37 13 2 1 .. 0i$M)ility Statu' M-With WOI'k: d isability "'' .,. "'' 22,537,61.3 .,. "'' "'' "'' ---No WOtk: d isabili ty "'' ., "'' 164 349.320 "'' "'' nfa nt:_ .. ... Median HouMhold Income Nominal irtCOI'Tite I 4,791 8,486 16,&41 30,056 77 .12 98 46 78 47 527. )4 ($) _L_16,186 21,871 20,438 22,996 35.13 -o.s5 i 12.52 4 2 08 Statui In 1989 Income above poverty level nJ 1 76,003,343 199,153,225 210 234,995 "'' I 13.15 I rya ..... I ncome bel ow poverty level n/a 27208 S83 27,392,580 31 ,742, 855 "'' 0.68 j IS .88 n/a Source-: Center rOt UrWn T rtnSporQtlOI'\ R.e$eai'Ch, Detnogra/)llic 4nt/ Ctlmmutlng TfeMS in FkJik/.i(February 1994 ), report based on data f rom the 1990 u .s. Census. ___ JL __ 18

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-------------Flonda TrMJsp<>rtatio nALtnan-:'c' -----------Tabte t s D ISTRIBUTIO N O F DEMOGRAPHIC FLORIDA AND U.S. (19601990) Demographic Characteristk:s Aorida (%) United Stat@s 1960 I 1970 1980 1990 1960 I 1970 1980 I 199 0 G ender Mal e 4 9 2 411.2 <18. 0 4 9 4 4 9 3 48.7 48.6 48. 7 Female 50.8 51. 8 52.0 5 1 6 50.7 51. 3 51.41 51.3 Ethnk: Origin Wh ite 82 1 84.2 84.0 83. 1 88 6 87 5 83 .1 8 0.3 ... Arrlcan-Amo r iCM 17 .8 15.3 13. 8 13. 6 10.5 11. 1 11.7 12.1 O t Mr 0.2 0.4 2 2 3.3 0.9 1.4 5.2 7 7 ... --H-iJpanic Origin Not Hispanic .. n/a n{a 91.2 87.8 nt n/a 93.6 9 1. 0 Hispa nic n/a n/a 8 .8 -U 2 n/a n/O 6.4 9.0 A?._e_ .. < 16 29. 6 27. 6 20.9 19.8 32.4 30.S 2 4.4 22.9 1 6to 1 9 6 8 6 7 6.7 5.0 5 .8 7.4 7 6 5.8 . 20 t.?. 2.9 years 1 2 .0 1 3. 3 1 5 9 1 4.9 1 2.1 1<1. 7 18.0 1&. 2 39 years 1 3.5 1 0 5 12.6 15.6 13.6 11.1 13 .9 1 6 .8 4 0 to 59 vears 22.4 22 1 20.S 21.1 22.6 22.2 20.3 21.5 ... 6 0 to 64 ytars 4 5 5 3 5.8 5.2 4.0 4 2 4 5 4 .3 65+ vears 11.2 14.6 17. 3 18.3 9 2 9 .9 11.3 1 2.6 Ed uc:.ation Level ... than 9th grade 37 .5 27. 8 1 7.6 9.5 39. 7 28 3 1 8. 3 10. 4 91.h grade t<> 12th g rade 20.0 1 9 6 15. 7 16.1 1 9 .2 19 4 1 5 3 1 4 4 school gra d u ate 2$.1 30.7 35 0 30.1 24.6 31.1 3 4.6 30.0 .... .somt colleg e 9.7 11.6 16.8 2M 8 8 1Q.6 15.7 2 4 .9 Badlel or's d egree S l 6.3 8 5 12..0 4.6 6.1 8.6 13.1 .. G! or S)l'()( degree 2.7 4.0 6.3 6.3 3.0 1.6 7.6 7.2 P.i sability Status \ \'Ori( disa b i lity nt nta 13.3 .,. "'' "'' 12. 1
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-------------Florida Transportation -----------Table 1 DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES (1990) Demographic Characteristk:s Alachua Baker Bay Brevard I Broward I Calhoun : : Charlotte Gender ..... ----197,163 601,177 5,70<1_ Ethnk: Orlg!!' ___ 1 's Jo7 . ----.-----.---.----.----- o flO .o -. .. _ j t ,02S,S83 ___ 1---1 93,447 1 658 4 ,243 _...... ----L. 26s I 9,170 L J6 ,4SS ts9 ......_ J,33t .. __ --r. ---174,817 18,286 1,147 049 _____ _i 108,439 10,893 118 -------..----,---r--.---.--.,---,-' -< 16 ,.., --. ----+--=l :::5e: 6::16'-!-'5 ,0 ::: 1;:S-I---'2"8,e:83:::6:_1-"'c::9;:S -!-! -"78,_.:::2"-.2 230,131 2,570 I 16 to 19 yeatS 15,422 1,189 7,121 1 ,191 18 ,827 53,303 65 1 3,832 I I .. 20 t o 29 _J_ 1 0,4 03 JO 1 0 3 9 206,444 _!,!27 40 t o 88,38$ .. _,. _______ -ll _:5!:,7:!99::...._1-1 007 t 22 ,723 sa,112 .. -t-.!? 7 65+ 260,740 I .. _._ 3"7,489 Education Level ____ --" ,----,----,-----,-- ..,.----,-t ess ... T = 9th g Me t66,on High 1 _ 29,234 6,332 I 94,086 ... 316,975 I .. ... .. 204,005 1 1 ,!,6 -.. 2423 9,093 8S3 '10,890 118,017 I 360 __ _L. _!:::'-..L _ ... _ ---W i th work disabilitv 14,841 !,847 15,096 2,723 41,393 j 120,800 l __ -_____ .:2::.7:!1,8::6::1 Mcdi!lfl Househor
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------------Florids Transportation Aiman"":::'c' ------------Table 1 (continued) D E MOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTlCS FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES (1990) . Demographic Charac:ter1stlcs CIUus Clay Collier Columbia Dodo Desoto Dhde owal Gtnder .. f4ille 44, 711 Sl.272 75,3'86 20,940 928,411 12,.316 5 ,484 328,737 Ftmale . 48,804 S3,7l4 76,713 1,008,683 11,549 5,1 0 1 344,234 White ,_ 90,411 9?,69 1 1 39,073 34,42.3 1 ,413, 0 15 19,141 9,591 489,601 Al'ric
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-------------Florida Tronsportation Alman-;;'c\ ------------Table 1-6 (continued) DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES (1990) Demographic Characteristics Esambla FrankUn ........ GIJctlrist ( Gladu Gulf Hamilton Gcnder ______________ -r--------r-------,--------r------;r----------------------l--'-''2:c7,e:S<:99:__+--''"'3,c.7;oS6:__+--'"'J:'.!7:;,8 __ I, 5,108 I=:;,;;;-Femole ________ _L_;1:::35,!<;199c....L...!. 14,_,94=5_Jj __ _;_ .559 j 3,743 j 5 ,125 L_ Ethnlc_<>rigln -----------WMe -----------!-'2::0;:1 ,:;23::5 !I-2 :.: S::;,8:::;31:._-f-...:7c:;,nc: 6 :.....-l (_1::6 ,;:,6:;86:......t-_;_B::.c,76:;_.!.1_+i __: 5 :c,9::8:._7 --11c-9 ,2"'"S3 -'-_ __ .L !1 __ _._! ___ 8::: 1,__. __ 1 ___ __ ----..,.-----r-----.,-------.--------,---.. -r;:----,.--. _ Not -257,785 27 ,441 8,902 40,J41 9,517 6,986 j 11, ; 10,63 = 5 .. __ ___ .. :;1SO:: .. __ _ Age < 16 -------t-.:.S9"',3:.:34.:.._+--'"''8:.:9o.5_!---'1"',906=-!---'-IO"," n:7_!--' "'.:.I0::7 __ =!--;:;;i= 16 J9_ v ..,.,,."------------+-..:1"6"'.79""-o-if.1.151 I 470 ____ Jag 1 681 '"' 20 l O 29J!3"!_ _____ -t.. 5,876 1,493 785 1,606 30 to 3 9 4 1,620 3,603 __!!?S 6,S30 1 ,3 4 1 984 j l,6Sl 1 ,150 -J__ 1 60 to 64 11,796 2,761 547 1,709 484 sn 662 _;_,_._ 440 __ 65+ Education Level Less .. ; __ -1-3,644 1,700 6,729 1,768 1,$41 1,970 +-1,967 schOol 57,0JJ 7,730 2,152 t 8,98S -+--.::2:o,38::2:__+--"1,98:::. __ Some __________ +-_::46:.!,9::36:._-+_;So.,2;::l::_7 __ t--"88::!6'-..-+--'"''2:.:40:._+--"'':.:.129 1,442__ .L._ BadleiOt'$ degree 1 22,589 __ j 239 = 348 __ prot de9rte I 9,952 1,471 307 109 j 142 .. ::b;:ility,__ __ _ _,r!---' 29:;cc::3::05:_-f--"3'<::5::36:_+_:1,31l +--"'S,.:;17c;4:._+---'1!:,3::17'--i-j __ 1,,1"8::,7 __ ._ __: 1!:,64c.:2,_ No work __ -------..!... 1_::16::0!::, l.--__ Mf:dJa" Jnoome:=.-..-----r----r----r----,.------r------r------,------Nomll\al Income {S) 2S,lS8 28,628 17,247 19,985 f 20,632 -1-i .-!2!!!0,:::68,_7 __ f-2"l"'.8::;G:,._& 1 Jnflatlo nAdjUsted ($) 19,249 21,904 13,196 15,291 ( 1S,786 JS,828 16,730 .. POV9'!f StaM in 1909 -.------,----------,-----r---.... ----.,,,-----1 above poverty::.::.:.:le.cvel=--+_:;209= ,66 = 9 -I2:;S;c,8::78.;....+-"6':.;4:;28'-+':;8;.:,2:..;46;;_+....;7t.;, 1::9;..1 J 7 ,06I__ ___ ]f'l((lliC bek>w pooterty level 43,010 2,6S8 2 332 10 962 1.527 1,047 1,895 r ;,72S SOorce: Center for Urban Transportation Researdl, De1'110f}nPhlc and Commuting Trends in Flotid.r(febfuary 1994), report based on
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-------------Florida ------------Table 1-6 (continued) DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTEIUS11CS FOR FlORIDA COUNTIES (1990) Demographic 0\araderlstics Hardee Hendiy . HerMNio Highlands Kill$borough Hoi.,.. tndfan River Gender Male 9,835 13 ,058 .a,483 32,<162 4KI6,.217 8,008 43,578 Femar. 9,6H 12,715 52,632 35,970 427,837 7 770 4M30 Origjn White 16,382 18,592 96,108 59 ,13 5 690,352 14,74 0 81,418 AfricDh".meric:an 1,031 -1,311 3,895 6, 848 110,283 782 7,660 Othe r 2,083 2,870 1,112 1,849 33, 419 256 1 ;130 Origin t-.'t HISpaniC 14,937 20.016 98,153 64,932 727,146 15,602 87,504 HISpanle 4,562 5 ,757 2,962 3,500 106,90$ 1 7 6 2,704 5,079 7,204 16,475 11,398 180,922 31"U7 15, 587 yea.rs 1,228 1 ,702 4 116 2,675 45,95 1 965 3,na 20 t,? 29 }'eiHS 2:,69! 3,860 9,080 6,156 143,5"19 2:,196 9,823 30 .b? 439 yearS 2,63 5 3,779 11,079 7 277 145,07 2 2,289 11,827 40to 3,887 5,342 20,323 12,311 181,172 3,666 17,968 60 t o 64 years l,017 1,061 8,994 5 7 1 8 35,255 m 6,633 65+ years 2,962 2,825 31,0.8 2.2,897 102:,133 2,'17'l 24,592 Education Level -than 9th grade 3,563 3,859 6,729 5,820 51,926 2,193 5,0&4 9th .fJ!<'dC to 12th g rade 4 ,071 17,693 12, 005 103,195 2 ,193 12,868 High 4,393 5 53 1 30,7C
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------------Florida Transportation -----------Table 1 6 ( oontinuecl) DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS FOR F LORIDA COUNTI E S ( 1990) Demographic leffenon .. ..... .... Leon I Levy L iberty Gender --. 12.39;-T Mal e 20,982 5 ,40 1 3,214 n,929 1 6 1,917 92,60 1 3,112 -F e male 20,393 5,895 2,364 79,175 173,196 99.892 13,5 26 2,397 -. Origin .. W M e 30, 085 6,334 4 629 1)5,61 9 306,200 141,712 22.346 1 = 4 .508 .. .. 1 0,845 4,.$97 78 5 1<1, 1 91 22,18'4 46, 5 2 7 .. Othw 445 65 1 64 2,294 I 6,729 4,254 366 79 ... Origin --5 ... 6.-.. Not H iSI)<'lni e 40,401 11,164 5,35 2 1 4 7,199 320, 0 19 t 87 ,na ... H ispanic 974 130 226 4 305 15,094 4,715 108 ... A ge .. < J 6 years 8,832 2,905 1,20 1 2 6 ,958 58,882 38,715 ....! 1,182 . 1 6 to 1 9 year$ 727 ,.,. 6,.557 13,634 15,867 I 1 386 327 ... ---1--20 to 2'9 year$ 6,051 1 ,384 J,027 15,967 40,990 45,840 2,999 i 996 ... 6,188 1,632 956 18,710 45,9()5 32,868 -4 0 to 59 y ears 9 0 52 2,449 1 2 1 4 30,984 69,209 37. 5 1 8 5 85 7 I 1,169 60 to64 years 1 ,922 525 224 11, 1 42 23,490 5,88 1 1,688 T 255 -65+ Vl?"rs 6 ,1 70 1,674 608 41,736 $3,003 627 ---Edueation level 18,31iJ .. .. -I t,e$$ than 9t h 5,445 1,27 6 787 I 45,;33 --;;;;--4,6;;-f 9UI t o 12th g rade 6,549 J S47 1 039 24,819 SO::h0ol9tidua.te 9,5 3 1 2,607 1,503 4 3,1!3 91,592 29,549 I -, -' 6,989 + .. 1,39? _ !!.!43 465 21, 878 57,323 3 7 295 2,928 1 540 ... 27 ,281 ""'f 27,653---BaChe l or's degree 1 873 68 1 149 9 ,607 1 7 .;.8 .::J---70 Graduate 01 r.>rot dtgree 1 1 7 3 391 4 1 4 ,897 14,097 I stiiWS .---.-Vlieh diS3biliW 6,606 1,.510 569 21,077 39 ,331 I 12, 46 2 ... 3,023 102,569 233,401 j 138,! 9 7 NO WOrl< 22,746 6,638 -Medi a n H ousehokf Jnoome No:l'li na l Income (S) I 19,47 1 .I 21, 7 82 20,744 23,..395 28,448 27 323 --lntlallo n Ac:IJUsted {$) 1 4,89 7 I 16,666 .. 1 5,871 1 7,900 2 1 ,766 2 0 ,905 -in 1919 -_...,.. a bovt poYerty 5evtt 29,281 3,645 !33,183 300,148 1$0,990 Jncome below powrtv l eve l 8 ,533 2,495 I 1.140 16,517 30,267 I 30,838 5,247 753 scurce : Center for Urb an Resc<:1\, Dem<:Jgr#Phfe #nd CCmmutitJg TrendS In Fkri:la {February 1 994}, report: based on dat.!l ftom th e 1990 u .s. census. ___ JIL __ 24

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------------Florida ----------Table 1 {continued) DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS FOR FLORIDA COUNnES (1990) Demographic Caracterl5tlcs Madison Manatee MariOQ Mardn Monrae Nassau OkaJoosa Okeechobee Gender .. ... 8,488 100,.147 93.813 ... 49,522 40,976 21,735 72,763 15,142 Female . 8,081 111,.560 101,020 51,378 37,048 22,206 71,013 14,485 E tt-.nic Origin Whlte -9,545 190,328 167 094 92,119 7 1 ,840 39,069 1 25,191 24,984 Alr1canAmerica:n 6,915 ... 16,400 24,844 6,043 4,203 4,522 13, 00 7 1,898 00\er 109 .... 4,979 2,895 2 738 1,981 350 5,578 2,745 Htspa nic OriGin 16,33 8 202,283 188,973 96,172 68,444 43J"il61 139,.349 26,134 '.'i $pariC 231 9,424 5,860 4,ns 9,580 480 4,427 3,493 .. l 6 years 4 028 36 ,471 38,495 15,782 1 2,270 10,550 33 ,453 7,143 1 6 to 19 years 1 ,013 8,441 9 ,161 31852 2,689 2,657 7,796 1,696 . l<>.!C! 29 yea:rs 2,586 25,226 23,460 11,495 11,175 6,191 26,693 4,110 39 years 2,4 84 28,287 2.6,404 13,81 1 t4,m 7,427 24,610 4,009 to 59 'f'ears 3,334 10.1J46 21,033 10,652 32,0 4 3 6,059 60 t_? .... G4 .,ears 723 13,703 13,278 7,157 4,904 1 ,994 5;862 1,743 2.341 59,'108 43 ,189 2?,690 U,4S6 4,464 13,31 9 4,807 Education Level .. than 9th g rbC:e 1,989 13,624 5,403 4 .661 3,150 5,4 84 3,35-4 g rade t<> 12th 3 ,334 29.276 32,135 12.362 8,634 6,280 12,225 5,696 schcd g raduate 3,481 59 316 52,747 26,488 19, 203 12,m 31,971 6,909 some college 1,514 33,735 27,503 18,044 15,149 5 ,08 8 29,329 2,997 degree 727 16,336 10,378 10,951 8,086 2,571 12,$45 1 129 G r ad"!'tc or prot' degree 306 8,369 5,866 4 955 .m 1,075 6,952 771 Disa bility Statu$ \VIlh .. dl$8t)i!lty 2,120 2.6,136 27,n5 11,030 7,72.8 4,958 12,520 3,835 NO WQfk 9,092 146,007 J25,060 71.575 54,592 27,792 82, 2 00 18,156 -Household Income . Noml l\itllncom e ($) 18,153 25,9$1 22,452 31 ,760 29,351 30,233 27,941 2:1,427 J n .. ($) 13,ll89 19,855 17,178 24,300 22,457 23,132 21,378 16,394 Status in 1989 above poverty level 11,211 1 87 ,092 162,ll2 1 89,908 67. 92 7 38,337 124 052 22,875 Income be !ow c:owrtv leve l 3,920 21,241 27,794 8,15<1 8 202 5,(162 14,183 5,998 Soorce: Cent er ror Urban Ttar\SportiltiOn Resear<:h1 Commuting Trends in F/oddiJ (February 199 4), report 00
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--------------Florida Transportation Alman-;;'c\ -----------Table 1 (continued) DE M OGRAPH I C CHARACTERISTICS FOR FLORIDA COU NnES (1990) Demographic Choarac:teriJtiel I PinelLas I o ..... .,_., .. PalmBuc:tl Pasco Polk i PutN!m I St. Jotlnf ' Gender
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-----------Florida T rsnsportstion ------------T able 1-6 ( co ntinued) D EMOG RAPHI C CHA RACTERISTICS FOR FL ORIDA COUNTIE S (1990) DeJ!Iographic 0\aracteristics St. Luc i e Santa Rosa Sanso ta Seminole Sumter Suwannee Taylor Gender , 73,443 40,644 130,050 1'10,587 15,857 12,939 6,30 1 . Female . . 76,728 40,964 147,726 146,942 ts,no 13,84 1 8,8 1 0 Ethnic Origin White 1 22,159 76,385 262,636 253,621 26,088 13,79 1 AfricanAmerlcan 24,666 3,275 12.073 24,314 5,102 3,949 3,083 .... OU\Cr 3,316 1,948 2,867 9,59<1 387 307 237 Origin Not HiSI)iOIC 1 44,2 1 9 80,385 211,89 4 268, 923 30,815 26,363 16,937 HISpanic 5,952 1.223 5,$82 18,606 762 <17 17< A!!!_ < 16 }ears 3 1 ,170 19,836 38,765 64,678 6,2
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-------------Florida Tl"311spomtion ------------Table 1-6 (continued) DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTlCS FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES (1990) Demogf11phlc Chraeteristics Union Volusia Wakull a Watton Wash l l'l9ton Gender -=F 6 ,261,719 Mal e 179,-481 6 948 13,6-37 8 1 9 4 .. ---6 ,3 Femal e 3,91 3 191 ,23 1 7 254 14,123 e,ns I 6 676,207 -. ---Ethnic Origin --. --White 7,697 328,530 1 2 ,226 2S,JOO 1-4,029 j_ ---ldricanAmC!rie&n 2 ,379 33,455 1,837 1,885 2.5 9 I 1 ,759,53'1 ... Othet 176 8,727 139 5 7 5 _l_ <31 42 9 107 ---ll,J63,Jlll Not. 9 917 3SS,872 14,119 27,5 1 6 HiSI)3nit 335 1<1,840 83 .. 180 --A(le -------< 2,325 65.064 3,5<6 5,8'13 3,732 2,5 61,211 576 18,430 850 i 1 ,43 2 9$3 -.. 20 29.J!ars 1,&9< 51,824 1 ,732 3 354 2 ,122 1, 922,652 30 to 39 ye:llt'S I 2 ,241 53,202 2 ,356 l 4,08 2 2.,2U ---40 to 59 years_ 2,138 75,18 1 J,401 6,676 3,923 60 years 3ll 22,646 668 1,788 962 . .... 6S+ 765 8<1,365 I I, M9 <1,58 5 2 986 . E'dug-tion a..v-1 -----tha n 9th g racSe 843 21,460 1 ,081 I l ,803 2..014 883 ,8 20 9th_ to 11th grade 1,647 5 1 ,50 1 1,816 I 4,341 2 933 . graduate 2,770 95 48 2 4,0 1 8 6,72 0 <1,706 setne college 1 400 67,634 1 ,871 3,839 1 ,62 7 .. I ------. Baehe!Ot"$ dqee 3 1 6 28,030 587 1 ,451 616 1 ,13), 0 53 I l --C-taduate cr pror degree 219 12,859 3<7 8 7 9 247 567,45 3 ----OiAbiJity Stat\11 -+ -I ---disability 7 47 46,869 1,666 4 608 2,857 No work d isatlllltv 4 ,591 252,244 8,810 I J1,ll9 9,841 8,75;6,870 Median Household ltac:ome --lnoome ($) I 2:2,831 2'1,818 25,019 2 1 ,297 2',483 --lntkltlon-A(fJuste
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------------Florida Tronsportsdon Altmm-:i"c' ----------SEcnON HIGHLIGHTS Florida According to the 1995 NPTS, persons i n Florida made 16.1 billion person trips that covered 137.9 billion person miles of travel during the year in which the NPTS was conducted. It is evident from the 1995 NPTS data that Aorida average annual household travel Increases a s household size and vehicle availability bot h Increase. T h e Florida households travellngthe most are those with four or more persons and four or more vehides. In terms of average daily travel, males and females in Florida make approXimately the same number of person trips each day; however, men travel more person miles due to higher a verage person trip lengths. Overall, females between the ages of 30-39 years make the most person trips (5.44 person trips per day) and males between the ages of 16-19 travel !he most pe!JOn miles (74 .38.person miles per day). In Florida, the typical household makes 2,329 vehicle trips covering 19,218 miles annually. An analysis of household travel by mode indiC!Jtes that family/personal business accounts for the largest segment (619 trips) of annual vehide trips while trips to and from work account for )he largest segment of vehicle miles o f travel (VMT) (6,023 miles). In F l o r ida, the average person trip length for wo r k purposes on public transit Is 7.48 miles while the U.S. average is 11.86 miles. Comparatively, the average person trip travel times for this same mode and purpose are nearly equal for Florida (39.18 minutes) and the U.S. (40.88 minutes). These data reveal that th e average speed of public transit usage fo r work trips is significantly slower in Florida (1LS mph), than for the u.s. (17.4 mph). United states According to the 1995 NPTS, persons in the U.S. made 378.9 billion person trips that covered 3.4 trillion person miles of trave l during the year in which the NPTS was conducted. Between the first NPTS conducted in 1969 and the one conducted In 1995, the number of household vehicles In the U.S. Increased 143 percent, the number of person trips .lncreased 161 percent, and the number of person miles of travel Increased 143 percent. Similar to Aorida, the NPTS data indicate that U .S. average annual household travel increases as household size and vehicle availability both increase. The U.S. houseliolds traveling the most are those wit h four or more persons and four or more vehicles. In terms o f average daily travel, males in the U.S. make slightly more person trips each day than females; however, they travel significantly more person miles due t
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-------------Florida Tr=spot:tation Alms:'c\ ----------Table 2 1 NPT S HOUSE HOLD AND TRAV E L C HARACTERISTICS (199S) I Unltod-Flo-(MSA) fforfd (TOQI) Housenold V e hides (000) 176,067 6,836 7,55 1 r-----HousehOld VehiCle (000,000) 229,745 'M36 10.270 . ----HousehcHd VMT (000, 000) 2.,068,368 I 75,'380 I &<,s -- ---P et$0fl TriPS {000,000 ) 3 7 8,93 0 1 4 ,398 16, 08$ -. __ Person Milts of Trawl (000,000 ) 3,411,122 UJ,BSO 137 868 Tabl e 2 2 AVERAG E HOUSEH OLD CHARA CTERISTICS (199S) Cf'la.tacterlsdc --Flo-(MSA) Florid (Total ) Person s (5+ years) per Hou:sehold 2 ... 2.35 2.35 -. L icensed D r lwrs per H ousehokl 1 .7
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Table 2-4 A VERAGE ANN UA L HOUSEHO L D TRAVEL B Y H OUSEHO L D SIZE A N D VE H ICLES AVAILABLE ( 1995} ctwacteristie Atea Ovebides I 1 vehicle 2. vctiH:tOJ I 3vehldes 4+ vehicles Total 7 4 trips 1,403 1 ,6<0 1,396 1,632 1,184 u.s. (Tctal) 503 miles 1L 687 15,940 14,573 30,253 10,2011 100 trips 1,326 l.l)47 I 2 020 3,342 1, 1 03 1 ......... FL(MSA) 216 miles 7,522 9A 1 8 8,0S9 6,672 92 trips 1,275 1 .. 024 996 3,342 1.059 FL (TOlal ) lSSmiles 7,312 9,662 3,975 40,977 6,503 297 1 ,705 2,338 2,299 2,545 2.0SO u .s. (T.otal) 1,89 7 12,276 22,488 24,615 26,542 1 9 288 852 1,729 2.301 3,213 3,!62 2,18 1 2persons FL(MSA) 5 6 3 13,785 22,652 25,527 29,492 19,647 852 1,755 2,383 3,223 3;362 2,2 4 3 F L (T01al) 563 13,615 23,344 26,929 29,492 10,182 !::,_. 397 1,990 2,957 3,671 3,645 2.881 u.s. (Total) 3851 16,975 26,327 33,98 1 35, 709 20.080 n{a 2,585 2 966 3,690 4,148 'j"OI)8 3 j)tl'$0flf F L(MSA) n{a 19,611 29,325 29,867 31,830 2.6,140 n{a 2,577 3;304 3,7 1 8 4 148 3,184 FL (Total) "'' 18,505 30 ,45 8 30533 3 1 830 27;439 531 I 2,323 3,253 3,98 1 5_,0 1 5 3.352 u s (TctaQ 5,480 18,685 28,058 36,048: 49,834 29,811 380 2,880 3.041 3 ,667 4 ,ns 3,1 88 4+ perlOns F L(MSA} 2,981 24023 22.524 3L238 <11,051 25214 38 0 2.871 3,045 3,72 1 5,035 3,243 FL (TO .. I ) 2,981 2),668 22,297 33,305 42,938 25,861 211 1,643 2,701 3.358 4,109 2.321 u.s. (Total} 1,766 1'3,172 24 571 31,705 41,371 20,895 219 1,689 2,603 3 ,540 4,241 2 .. 200 Total F L (>!SA) 23,226 29,079 37,1 05 585 11,927 18 .. 81'1 208 1.669 2,705 3,530 .... 440 -2,329 R.(Total) 554 11624 2J 843 30,15 1 38 558 19 .218 SOUn:e: 1995 Natlorr11lde Transportaticn Survey. 2: .. it g. t:l JJ

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Table 2 5 AVERAGE DAILY VEHICLE TRIPS VEHICLE MILES, AND TRIP LENGTH BY AGE AND GENDER (1995) I ,_(MSA) -(T-) Age categcfy ... le -le I T-1 f Hole feml .. T ... l Male htMiit 0.02 ttlps. 0.01 0.01 I 0.02 0.01 0 .01 0 .0 1 0 01 < 16 0.14 tNie$. 0 .09 0.11 o.u 0.04 0 07 0.0 9 0 04 8 .79 MiltS' 8.60 8.n 6.33 3.00 4.91 6.33 3 00 .. t--1,48 2 .13 2.31 2 .04 1.62 1.86 l.J8 1.48 -16 18.94 14.03 16S7 2 4.5 3 12.32 19.29 28. 76 10.86 7.65 6.59 7.18 12:. 03 7.61 10.38 12. 10 7.34 3.36 .2.91 3.16 3.25 2.92 3 08 3.13 3 33 2o-29 37 .3J 2),SJ 30 39 29 .59 28.23 28.91 29.86 30.46 11.ll 7.93 9 62 9.12 9.68 9 38 9.SS 9.16 3.69 3.53 3.6 1 3 58 3 .116 3.71 3 .54 4 .08 30 4l. 40 2t.-67 33.91 4 1.1 4 12.16 JUS <0.52 nn ll.ll 7.56 9 .<0 11.49 S.75 1.60 11.4 5 s.u 3.19 3.62 3.75 4.22 3.80 4.00 4.24 3.70 40-49
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T a ble 26 AVEAAGE DAIL:'f PERSON TRIPS, PERSON MILES AND TRIP L ENG T H BY AGE AND GEND E R United States (Total) Age C.l<90
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T abl e 2-7 DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL TRAVEL BY INCOME CATEGORY (1995) Income Cl1:fl90f'1 I U nited ...... [ Florida (MSA)(%) -j FlOrid a (Total)(%) 1 V e h Trips Veh Ml!es % or H Hs V eh Ttpt: Veh Mls 1 % ol KHs I Veh Yrps 1 Ve h M1s I t*ts l I I I I 3 1 -I 5 I 2 I I I 4 I 3 less than ss.ooo t $ 5 $9,999 3 2 7 4 2 1 4 I 3 1 8 $10 $14 9 99 s 4 s .. s s 9 s s. 1 9 1 S l S $ 19,9 99 7 6 9 8 5 11 8 6 11 $20$2 4,999 7 6 7 4 8 6 4 8 $25$2 9 ,999 12 12 II 12 11 1 2 12 11 12 I S 16 I $<0$-49, 999 I 1 4 I IS I 12 I 1 6 I 1 6 11 I IS I 1 6 I II I $50$ 59,999 I 1 0 11 I 8 1 3 I S I 1 0 12 14 1 0 $601000 or more 24 u I 19 I v I n I 1 4 I 1 1 21 13 Sourte : 1995 N.ationwlde F'tt$lc)nal Survty Table 2 8 SUMMARY OF ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD VEHICLE TRIP DATA BY PURPOSE (1995) United States (Total) I Aorid (MS A ) -(Total) T ri p P "rpose I I . ,---Ve h Trips VMT T r ipl. Veh Tri p t VMT I Trf p Lgttl Y e h Tript VMT Tri p Lgth TO/Ftom Wl)'f( I 553 6,492: 11.7 52 0 6 ,061 6,01) 11.7 I 11.7 51 6 I -. Shcp p i "'J SOl 2 807 5.6 535 2 436 4 .7 53S 2 ,64& 4 9 -----1--Famlty/J>ersonal 6U 4 ,307 6.9 594 J,S92 6 0 6 1 9 3 ,702 6 .0 4,764 --+-'1.2 --1-.:"''.. l . 427 4,418 10 9 ... 4 ,376 1 0.4 .l _______ --.... -<-----I 2 ,321 2 0 895 1 9 o 2 200 U1..614 I 8 3 2 ,3!9 I 1 9 2 1 8 I 8 3 Sour c e : 199 S T ransportatlon Surveo1. ,. 'iS "' :t JJ

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Table 2 9 AVERAGE PERSO N TRIP LENGTH B Y PURPO S E AND MODE ( 1995) .. -.... Earn L iving Family/PertOnaf CMe/Educ:adona l Soci a i/R e cre.ational u.s. (Tctal) 11.49 n'liles 7.01 6 54 11.93 Auto/'J a n FL (MSA) 10.50 miltS 6.U 8 05 1 0.82 R. (T""' I ) 10.40 miles 6.18 8.60 10.51 u.s. (Tota l ) lf:i,!)g 8 .32 7.35 13.10 truck R.(MSA) 17.39 5.84 10.75 11.58 R.(Tota l ) 17 27 6.43 11.02 11.04 u.s. (Tl) 8. 1 0 0 84 4 .81 2.00 u.s. (Total ) 314.64 379 60 751.89 39<1.39 Airplane fl(MSA) 151.95 540.60 "'' 834.09 R.(Tota l ) 151.95 540 .60 "'' 834.09 ti-ota l ) t.2i 1. 1 6 U! 3. 1 5 0.99 Vtl 0.86 R.(Totali 3.13 0 97 1.42 0 .91 u .s. (Tota l ) 0 .70 0 45 o.ss 0.58 Walk I L(MSA) 0 .62 0 .35 0 79 0.72 FL(Total) 0.57 0.36 0 .?9 0.75 U.S. (TO)>I ) 11.38 8.24 6.47 14.4 2 F L(MSA) 7 .06 2 68 L 21 7.19 R.(Tota l ) 7.06 2.68 1.2 1 9 .58 ---SOun:t! 1995 HaUonwrde Persooall'ransportauon Survey. Olhtr 19-'* 28 72 15. 58 9 63 2.03 2.40 9 .52 nt nt 6.62 nt ... n{a 614 .90 nta nt i :&3 n{a n/a 0 79 "'' "'' 10.S6 "'' nta !;! -g g t:> JJ

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Table 2-10 AVERAGE PERSON TRIP TRAVEL TIME BY PURPOSE AND MODE (1995) ..... Ano I Eam Uving I Famlly/PtrSOnll I Clvlc/Educ:a:tional I Sodai/RecreationaJ I """'' T.-(T<>t>l_ ) -19.72 m ;, s 1).)5 I 12.84 r 19.19 I 27.74 --{MSA) 19.28 mins U-8<4 l 14.09 18.74 . <\3.4H R. (Total) 18.83 mitiS 12.74 14.$$ 18.2'1 25.06 f u.s. (TotM) 24.67 14 : 27 13.24 19. 13 17 24 FL(MSA) I 28.23 I II.SZ 17.67 I 1 8.2 1 5.50 --I Fl. (Tc<.>l) 27.97 12.19 17. 73 1 -16.98 f 7.95 u .s. (Total) I 40 .88 32.14 \ -1-41.81 27.46 FL (HSA) 39.18 25 .71 49.90 1 52 Public Transit 82 I -t FI.(Ttal) I _ 21.4) 9.69 6.72 "'' _ u.s. (Total) 10.23 9.14 10.68 11.11 8 86 >. -lic.ycle Walk FL(MSA;) 6.53 7 .S9 1 3.11 12.92 n/i .... I, fl (Total) 6.94 1 .58 13 .11 1 -12.94 nli u.s. (Totol) 17.36 14 .98 )1.54 I 27.47 1 1 -1-!; I ; : : l 1 :: otho Source: 19'95 Na:ltonwiOO P ersn.li Trai'ISPC)ttatiOf'l Sui'Vt'(. !'>: .. ::;! a g JJ

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-------Florida Tr.JhspoitationAiman"!' c -----Census Journey-to-Work Travel .... . _______ JL __ 41

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-------------Florida TNin lportadon AJm.an'1c\ ----------4Z

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-----------TrsnsponstionAlmsnic\ ----------SEtnON HIGHLIGHTS Florida According to the Bureau of the Census, the number of persons in Florida worldng at home increased 49 percent from 88,738 in 1960 to 132,084 in 1990. The Census JourneytoWork data for Florida Indicate that the number of persons utilizing public transportation as a mode to work increased 15 percent between 1960 and 1990. The averagetraveltlmetowork In Florida Increased slightly from 20.90 minutes in 1980to 21.70 minutes in 1990, an increase of 3.8 percent The majority (69 percent) of persons In Florida depart for work between 6:00 a.m. and 8:59 a.m. Approximately one-third of all persons leave for work between 7:0 0 a.m. and 7:59 a.m. In terms of private vehicle occupancy, the percentage of persons in Florida who drive alone to work Increased-from 69 percent In 1980 to 77 percent In 1990. United states Aocording to the Bureau of the Census, the nu mber of persons In the U.S. working at home declined 27 percent from 4.7 million In 1960 to 3.4 milliOn In 1990. The Census Journey-to-Work data for the U.S. indicate the number of persons utilizing public transportation as a mode to Work declined by more than 22 percent from 1960 to 1990. The average travel time to work in the U.S. increased slightly from 21.35 minutes in 1980 to 22.40 minutes in 1990, an increase of The majority (67 percent) of persons in the U.S. depart for work between 6:00 a.m. and 8:59 a m. Approximately one-third of all persons leave for work between 7 :00 a.m. and 7:59 a.m. In terms of private vehicle occupancy, the percentage of persons in the U.S. who drive alone to work increased from 64 percent in 1980 to 73 percent in 1990.

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-------------Florida Trsnsporttuion ------------Figure 2-1 GROWTH RATES IN NUMBER OF WORKERS BY JOURNEY-TO-WORK MODE, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1960-1990) Prlvt avto ore.rpoo.l PubUc t,.RIPOI'Ution Woltl: It hOm Florid a .... 75% ..... 0 II!J198o-'J United Statn 126% '"'" rnuna -.-.nl .,.L .,.----, ... -,,.----:.2-:.,-,-....::::=...:::: .,.----.-,.,-.,.----: .. -:,.---.,..,,.,. 44

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Ptfllato atrto or urpool Public transport& lion WOit< at oorne Ptlvitlo \Ito or carpooJ Walk Publle transportation Worta1homo Othor !Mans Florida Transpo.rmtion Almnn;"c' Figure 2 DISTRIBUTION !)F MODE, FLORIDA AND uNITED STATES (1960i0) Ftoricia 26'% 26% 1160 01170 1!11080 0 1 .. 0 60% United Statu .1MO. Q1t70 IIJ1NO Q1MO ..... ""' 100% tOO% 45

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------------Florida Trs.n$portstion -----------Figure 2-3 TRA VEL TIME TO WORK, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1980) 40,--------------, 30 I flottdl ..... 2Uf 21.70 ... 1980 .... Figure 2-4 DEPARTURE TIME TO WORK, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1990) 12:00 to 4 : 59 o.m. 5:00 to 5:59a.m. 6:00 to 6:58 l.m. 7:00to 7:59 o.m. 8 :00 to 8:59 o.m. 9:00 to 9: 59 a.m. 10:00 to 10:5h. m. 11 :00 to 11 :59 a.m. 12:00 to 3:59p.m. 4:00 to 11:59 p.m. !=:--Worked at home Flotkh. QUnWSta!IM 21% 28 % 35% ___ L_ __

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------------.-Florida TransportationAhnanic' -----------Figure 2-6 PRIVATE VEHICLE OCCUPANCY, FLORIDA AND UNITED STATES (1980) Florida 100% r-------------------------, Dtlve aloM ........ 4-pe,.on+ r 19110 o 1990 1 United States 100% .-----------------------...., ___________ JL __________ 47

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loufMY"'ll WOJIC f0\arac:tcristk::s lKO P<ce of Worfl n I'IOfnl! co.Jnty S 2,812 0 1 Worked OUtslc;Se t.ome COUM'y 3,98 5,5 88 ---.. Placed wort not reported 2 858 ,200 Mode to Work Plt'.'ate auto or carpool U,368,o6 Ori
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1oume y-to-Work Characterf$ti<:S ..... Departure nmc to WOftc tz:oo to 4:59a. m "'' S:OO to S:S9 a m "'' to 6 : 59 J-.m. "'' 1 : 00 to 7 :S9 a. m 0/1 8:00 to J.m. "'' 9:00 to 9!59 a.m. "'' 10 10=59 un. r{o ll:S9 a.m. "" to 3 : 59 p.m. 1'{1 4:<10 to 11:59 p.m. "'' Ylan Tt11111Sp01taCk:ln ReseltCI\. Tlmd$ in flt:.lriB(fetnary 1994). ftCIOCt based on diU from the 1 990 U .S. Census. ., i a g. .. JJ

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i T able 2-12 JOURNEYT O -WORK TRENDS FLORIDA (19601990) Yer a.....,( .. ) Dlftllbution Gf TrudJ Journey-to-WOtk -----t ------OMRICteris:tic:s ..... lt70 -lHO 60-70 70.10 10.90 60 1964 I 1970 1910 I 1990 ptace of woric Won.ed in home county I,S58 ,1J I 2,053,193 3,157,989 4,9S6,240 31.81 53.76 5 6.94 l18.09 89 3 I 83 0 8U 8S.S ... WOI1/ a "'' 5 4 8 9 1 .2 0 0 -ModetoWOit auto ct carpc:d 1 2 .. ,US 2:,099,4)6 5,286.-567 69.22 ,,.., 43.60 .326.11 75 1 84 9 89 4 91 2 om..-2.7SUS9 4,;468,021 "'' "'' 62.. 40 "'' I "'' 69.1 77 .1 C>II>Cd "'' "'' 806 ,416 $18.$<6 "'' "'' !.SO "'' "'' 20.3 14. 1 Wilt. 121.841 111 ,601 146/t21 145.269 8 1 ll46 .0.19 12.92 7.8 ).7 2.1 -,._.._ 11)1,0$1 106,.130 106, S46 116,3$2 5.62 .0.17 9..20 JS.l4 6 1 4.3 2 7 2 0 Wottathome 88,738 $9,.676 !8,778 132.084 .15 !.SO U:4.12 48.85 s. 2.4 l S 2 3 Ott'ltr mtJnS 93,001 88,813 108, 987 U4,180 .. so n.1z: .. 76 i 22.77 i 1.6 3 6 2.7 2.0 -T,."' 1'1me to Work I -----Less than 10 m itlutes "'' "'' 611,036 768, 607 "'' "'' 25.79 nta : "'' I>/ a 1 5 3 13.3 . --.. -10 to 19 minutes "'' "'' t,m,c.73 1,908,310 "'' "'' 38.22 n/a "'' 3<4. 6 32.9 --20 t o 29 minutes "'' nto 866,785 1,236 ,778 nta "'' .:l.69 "'' "'' "'' l1. 8 2 1 3 ---30 to 44 minutes "'' nt 722 ,745 1 1 72,()60 "'' "'' 62.17 "'' I>/ a 18. 1 20. 2 f-I. ---s Or mOrt minutes "'' "'' 34S ,1SS 576 613 "'' "'' 67 06 "'' "'' "'' 8.7 10.0 I l I .. "'' "'' !8, 778 1)2.084 .,. n/1 1l4.7l "'' n/a "'' 1.1 2.3 -CCt< 1da-..o, T
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Joumey-to-Work Cbaracterlstics 1960 kp#rture Time to Work 12: 0 0 to 4:59a m nl 5:()0 to 5:59a.m. nJa 6:00 to 6:59a.m. nJ 7:00 to 7:59a.m. nra 8:00 to8:59 un. n{a 9:00 to 9:59a.m. n/ O 10 :00 to 10:59 a .m. nl 11:00 to 11:59 a.m. n/O J2:00 to p m n{a 4:00 to 11:59 p.m. nJa Woli;e n/0 nJ 3'41,737 n{a "'' II{ a 11/a nl II{ a 123 ,249 nja "'' "'' "'' n/ o 11/a 60,9<8 n/O n/a "'' n/a .,. nJ 343,1116 n/a ,,, n/a n/ a II{ a 351 ,379 n/O n/ 8 "" ,. nt nja 132,084 nl n/a n/a n/a nt 2,751,259 4,468,021 nt "'' 6VIO nl nl 660,1 7 2 nl nl 1 3 .86 nt nt 132,525 99,518 "'' nt a -24 9 1 n/a "'' 94,(166 58,856 "'' nl -37.4.3 nfa nl 420,732 507,885 nl nfa 20.71 nra Distr ibution of 1960 1970 1980 1990 "'' n/a n{a 2.2 nJ .,. nl 4.9 n/O nra nr 19 3 II{ a nfa nJ 31.8 II{ a n/ 8 nJ 18. 4 "'' .,. n/a 5.9 .. '' n/O nJ 2.1 ' nl "'' 1 1 II{ a n/O n/o 5.9 . ., nJ n / a 6.1 n/a nt a "'' 2 3 nJ o/a 69.2 77.1 "'' "'' 14 .6 11 4 "'' nj a 3.3 1.7 II{ a n{a I 2.4 1 0 II{ a nJa 10-6 s.s souroe: center ror Urban Tl'bl'l5f)OrtaliM Research, Demographic 8fJd Cornmucing T!ends In Ftorlda (February 1994), report based on data from the 1990 u.s. Census. !;!! g ;.; .. [ tt ::. i .JJ

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------------Florida Transportation Almsu ::" c -----------Table 2-13 JO U RNEY-To-WORK C HARACTERISTIC S F O R FLORIDA C O UNTIE S (1990) ... --C.lhouo I Oha:.:39::_-1 17,885 864 11,880 1,183 4 t206 U9, 99S 449 f 6 ,517 765 Time to W ork ----___ _ _ _ ___ f--' .. _ _ _ 6 :00 to 6:59a.m. 11, 037 1,997 14,.21 5 1 654
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-------------Florid a TrtUJsportstionAtman-:"c \ Tabl e 2-13 (continue d } JOURNEYT O-WORK CHARACTERISTlC S FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES (1990) Journey-to-Work Char a cteristics Citrus a ., COOler Columbia ..... Desoto Dlxie . . Place of Worlc: .. V/OI"ked I n home county 2 4,400 10,090 63,539 12,861 844,722. 6,763 2,280 W.8 4,637 38 56 -Mode to Work Privat e or carpool 27,139 48,626 60,573 15,971 7,741 2,966 .... Dr1ve alone 23,476 .. 0,893 49,738 13,207 6<2,669 s,n4 2,26< . carpool 3,663 7 733 10,835 2,764 1 38,32 8 1 ,817 702 Wa lk. 670 972 1,809 <91 22,4s-. 260 76 . Publi c Tra:tl9;)ortatlon 178 1,188 52 52,162 81 Vl<:rl< at home 975 2,230 457 18,091 20 1 104 Other means 585 1 010 1,395 352 14,292 172 63 Travel Time to Work I.e$$ th&n 10 m inutes-4,974 5,383 11,300 2,78 < 74,814 1,733 90 1 1 0 to 19 minutes 11, 141 11,244 25,937 6,96 6 248,699 3 ,300 949 20 to zg mrnutes 5,226 8,729 14,017 2,463 195,996 1,138 470 30 to 39 rMlutes 3,909 10,807 8,268 2,184 201,311 1 093 366 40 more minutes 3,198 14,623 5,443 2,469 149,085 982 433 Worked a t home 975 1,080 2,230 457 18,091 201 104 Departure lime to work 12:00 to 4:59a.m. 859 1,621 1,123 471 16,554 265 92 ... ,._ 5:00 to 5:59a.m. 1,362 4,011 2,624 1,243 38,807 478 217 6:00 to 6:59 a.m S ,l91 1 3,919 1 2,752 3,65 2 ts9,on 2,(167 647 . 7:00 to 7:59a.m 9,007 14,239 20,650 6,284 266,90 1 2,743 891 . 8:00 to 8 :59 a.m. 5,574 6 ,211 14,300 1,950 188 475 1,112 593 9:00 to 9:59a.m. 1,618 2 ,686 4,479 728 66,047 362 1 34 .. 1 0 :00 to 1 0 :59 a.m 585 76 1 1 ,478 340 22,0 1 4 166 63 -11:00 to 11:59 a.m. 385 433 611 1 0 432 54 3 . 12:00 to3:S9 p.m. L537 3,150 3,693 984 52,492 611 26 1 .. 4:00 to 11:59 p.m. 1,730 3,695 3,155 1,006 49,056 396 218 . Vlorl
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------------Florida ---------Table 2-13 (continued ) JOURNEY TO-WORK CHARACTERI5nCS FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES (1990) Joum ey-t:I)-WCM'Ic .__ "-Color F,_lclle ....... Gi k::tuist G._ Gun -...rfl ilton Cha-Wort: --._ wat.ed In home county 106,739 7,379 2,176 9,234 1 2 70 1,268 3,567 2,614 Wcrted outside home COOOl'f S,S31 2,815 446 6,231 2,203 1 ,445 847 m W(lrte
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------------Florida TranspottsdonAltzum1'c' ---------Table 2 : .l3 (continued) JOURNEY-To-WORK CHARACTERI5nCS FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES (1990) loumey-toWork Hard .. Hendly H entando Hlghlaods Hi\1sborp:11g'h Holmes lndlan River Characteristics Place of Work WOr'ktd In hOme COIM'Ity s,m 7,361 21,761 20,()54 373, 741 2,993 30,126 Wor ked outs\de home county 2,077 3rll8 $,6918 1,776 34,208 4,081 Workt::d wtslde home 16 IS .. 89 3 ,001 ,,.., 310 Mode to Work Private a ut o or carpool 6,891 9,797 29,202 20,148 378,348 5,573 32.H7 5, 1 20 7,190 24,571 16,691 322,743 4,443 27,653 _carpOOl 1,771 2,607 4,631 -3,457 ss.c;os 1,130 4.'194 Walk 201 271 503 682 9,165 1 73 591 Public Tlansportation 3 7 191 95 98 7,460 18 32 at home 309 1 36 698 S75 8,913 246 988 Othe:t means 164 99 408 416 7,(]64 S6 759 Travel Time to Wortc Less than 10 minutes 1,791 2,969 4,138 4 ,705 5 1,59:8 1,029 6,311 10 to 19 minutes 2,471 2 ,793 11.302 9 ,984 128,240 1 703 15,6 7 4 20 to 29 mlnub!s 8S7 951 5,770 3,607 92,793 918 5,817 30 to 39 mli\!JtCS 995 1,801 4,092 1,809 77,012,999 2,060 5,621 7:00 to 7:59 a. m. 2,802 3,221 8,898 7,626 139 201 1,359 12, 314 8 :00 to 8:59a.m. 1,030 1 ,396 5,501 3,743 65,399 412 7,733 9 :00 to 9:S9 a m 292 283 1,962 990 2l,.2+1 138 1.n 10 :00 to 10:59 a.m 112 162 S21 447 7,734 83 604 11 :00 to 11:59 a.m. 35 30 324 137 4,147 62 304 17.:00 to 3:59p.m. 3S7 380 1 679 1,190 23,834 526 1,638 -4:00 to 11:59 p.m. 329 312 1,859 1,066 26,639 429 1,531 -Vlorl
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-------------Florida Transponation Alman"Jc \ ----------Tabl e 213 ( continued) JOURNEYTG-W ORK C HARACTERI5nCS FOR FLORIDA C OUNTIE S ( 1990) J ourney-to W ort ,.,......,. .... ........ ,_ .. .,. IAYy L iberty CbarKttrbtks PS.ce of WOftt s,m =["=992-. hOme county 1 2,548 2,376 1,<000 42,777 129,226 96,178 out$1de hOme county 2 ,689 2,110 670 13,872 Jl,487 3,75 8 4,2 0 9 98 7 .... Wori(ed outsid e nomt state 958 203 I 13 285 l,ZS) 1 407 _?_8 _j_ 17 ... Mode to Wont ... 8,698 --, ... Ptlvate auto or 14, 671 4,385 1,848 52,519 lll ,S9S 92,452 om,.e 12 .. 061 2 ,954 1, 4 37 43}%6 109,850 17,716 6 995 1 ,322 Ca-l 2,610 J,
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------------FJodds Table 2 -13 {continued) JOURNE Y-To-WORK CHARACTERISTICS FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES (1990) JoumytoWOfk Madison Manatee Marion Martin Monroe N a ssau Okaloosa Ol
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Florida TN<11sporration Abnan Table 2-13 (continued) JOURNEY-TO-WORK CHARACTERIST1CS FOR FLORIDA COUNnES {1990) Joumey-to-wortc Char.cteriftia Place of Work """.. ..,. Pinellas Polk ' Putnam J St. Johns w _C::._ -.. -3-.2 9-,32-3-,--,.-3,-,oo--.--st-.-,--ss-rl 16,<15 VIO(<'?--County 36,115 21,546 I 33,284 36,323 <0,720 17,655 6,083-2,on m 3,876 871 3,m 943 I 269 j_ Modetowork ---'-=----r----,----.----.---.;r-.---,---319,961 ..a,21s 350,409 90,245 Private auto or c.arpool DriVe alone 272,100 39,S31 301,796 76,065 17,363 24,112 3 ,74o _L _s,S6a .. __ 3 ::,8:: '-=s-+-""""''"'.s'-I! 1,os2 _ 1-_.:S;c,l:.:l::.8_+ --'-"'-'5'+ -5::::3::.7 __ +--1"-,044=-11--'186:;;.;__ work at hOme 6,423 655 10,170 1,8n 9 281 3,476 659 1,1'10 Other _t_"2,::90::7_L 424 __ Travel Time to Work less than 10 n*lutfi 1 o to 1 9 minutes 20 to 29 mlmus 30 to 39 mnroes ... ,13 6.257 ... ,.5 38$ s .... 9 27,038 3.$23 I ,.on 10S,698 15,122 133, 29,775 135,529 61,504 7,660 3,340 as,m __ JZ..ns 3,593 1,210 10,942 10,309 62,130 IS,OSO 55,71$ 24,?97 2,740 r 5,663 rDeparture to Work :::1 2":oo::_ ".,"',"',s..:.::;;:.m..:. = ='--,----,----r-----.----r-7 -,07 8 ;-;Jr-. 5 :59a.m. 14,582 I 1(1,7"1 1,688 10 ,258 20,67J 72,092 110,096 60,782 17,251 7,465 1,358 3,903 10,7-41 15 ,SSS 6 959 1,937 935 516 4,252 6,555 14,026 62,314 1.22,756 85,591 26,ts8 8,-490 3,809 2.'104 6,478 21,007 26,1'9 7 16,338 5,368 6 :00 to 6:59 a .m. 7:00 to ?:59 a.m 8:00 to 8:59a.m. 9 :00 to 9:59a. m 10:00 to 10:59 a.m. 11:00 to u:S9 a.m tz:OO to 3 : 59p.m. 4:00 to 11:59 p.m. W<:lRI!'d at home Vehicle OCCUpancy Drive alone Other means 3,858 22,552 24,821 6,413 2n,too 39,584 5 216 3,061 36310 19, 469 ... 3 I 20,122 655 I 1o,t10 39,531 7,257 832 5% 3029 301,796 38,895 5,601 4 117 29,851 2,013 898 5,726 1,877 76,065 11,900 1,473 807 5'104 ... o5! 36,841 5.524 I 1.o26 121,217 74,627 12.58$ 8,770 ... ,. 24,17 1 24, 107 9,281 29?,S09
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Florida Trsnsp<>rtadon Table 213 (continued) JOURN EY-TOWORK CHARACTERISTICS FOR FLORIDA COUNTI E S (1990) Characteristics st. Lucie santa Rosa ........ Semino l e Sumter suwannee P lace or Wotk .. . home cou nty 4 2,394 18,.189 1 0 0 ,958 71,'169 7,351 outslde home county 17,155 1 7 048 101 246 77,005 4,276 2.<165 Worked outstde home state 454 1,493 1,137 1,459 4 3 73 ... Modo to Wortt . auto or ca.rpeol 56,153 34, 953 102,899 141.009 10, 071 9,253 Drive 47,2.60 30,161 ... 89,650 123,561 8,31 1 7 481 CO
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Flori d a ----------Table 2 13 (continued) JOURNEY-TO-WORK CHARACTERJsnCS FOR FLORJDA C OUNTIES (1990) I Union ....... I Wlkul511 w.._ Wasl'lington a. n.cteristics PI-Ke o1 W ort.: Worted in hOme ootmty' 1,912 2 ,6<6 7,069 3 913 I 4 ?56 240 worked outside home county 1 363 23 230 4,232 3 581 2 112 --t-. __ 2,'6,449 WOrked outsi d e home stat e 1,265 73 ,. m i 61,763 Mode to Wort: ---..... ---I a ut o or carpool 3 ,100 139 ,50 5 6,7JS 1 0 ,40115 5 8 1 0 5 286,56 7 Orive alone 2,566 U6,7S S 4 773 8,1S8 4,523 ,468, 021 S34 2 2,750 -1,942 2 ,287 1 ,287 818, 546 w alk S 9 4 145 72 233 111 Pub l i c T raM()Ortation s 1 ,640 72 1 3 _!.16 ,352 --. a t hOme .. 3,604 97 ... 182 132,034 --Other means 73 4 ,162 -6 1 1<0 66 U 4 ,1 80 Trave l Time to WOftc -. Less th31'\ t O m inutes 768 24 233 -6n 1 923 1, 3 23 tO to 19 minutes 1, 009 56 ,364 1,306 3, 455 1, 887 -. 2 0 to 29 minutes S09 28,757 1,234 1,671 894 -JD to 3'9 minu tes 461 20,697 1,882 673 --. .... 4() or more minutes 490 19,409 1,760 2,'fSJ 1 2 8 3 7 34,722 .. .. Worked .t t hOme .. 3,60< 97 468 1 8 2 ....!E.-.084 .. Time to Wof1l 1 2 : 00 to4: 59 a .m 178 3,386 1SB 387 445 +-1 26,90 1 ........ -5:00 to S:S9 a .m. 1 7 3 7,822 3 6 7 1,16) 603 283 7 0 2 -6 : 00 to6:S9 a .m. 623 23,4 5 1 1,8SS .),121 1,83 3 1,120,7 1 8 . 7 ; 00 to 7:59a.m. 1 ,367 48,096 2,572 3,13 1 1,690 1,343.369 3:0 0 to 3 :59a.m. 317 27,.272 8<1 1,260 4 5 2 1,06 6 ,5-'9 ---9: 00 to 9 :59a.m. 82 8 60 1 2 6 1 3 47 us -1 0 : 0 0 to 10:5 9 a. m 18 3 27 1 115 109 52 _._E3 2,!9 -----------11: 00 t o 11:59 a. m. 25 1,75 8 6 3 66 2 4 60,948 -_,_,._._..._. I to 3 :59p.m. 253 9 456 258 6SO S St 343 8 16 4:00 t o 11: 59 p .m. 201 11,347 364 606 I 2 8 5 . _!!l.t.,l79 --. WOrk ed a t home 46 3 ,604 9 7 ... 182 1 3 2,084 -Occu pancy . --- I I D rive a l one 116, 155 4 ,173 8 ,158 4 ,523 4 ,468, 02 1 ... 2 carpool 370 18,506 1,5 72 1 59 3 8 8 3 660 172 3 pe rson ca rpool 106 2,565 247 380 23S 99,5 1 8 -4 carpoo l SB 1 ,479 123 314 169 -Other mean s IBJ 1 3 ,559 I 236 913 I 432 S07,88S SOurce: center roc Urban T ransportatjon Research, Floric #nd 1993}, rtt:X>rt based on data from the 1 990 u.s. C
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----------FJo.tida --------FOOT DISTRICT OFFICES District 1 Bartow District 2 Lake City District 3 Chipley District 4 Ft. Lauderdale Districts Deland Districts Miami District 7 Tampa District 8 Florida's Turnpike (not shown) 6J

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-----------Florid:. Transport:.tion Alman"";;'c ----------,, ___ Uoll 111'0 ltiii\MM Cllty FLORIDA'S METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATIONS ---""" r""'. -'*' -_:,F'=-\:.,)1-M PO YOiutit councy ""' ........ "' .

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----------FJodds Northeast Florida RPC Apalachee RPC FLORIDA'S REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCILS Southwell Florida RPC South Florida RPC Trea10urw c ... st IIPC

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-----------Florida Transpo.rtatiOJJ Aim..;;:,' SEcnON HIGHUGKT S Statewide, Florida has a tota l of 11,926 .2 centerline miles. A total of 7 ,oo6.2 of these center1ine miles are rural in nature; 4,920.0 centertlne miles are urban In nature. Florida has a statewide total of 39,001.0 lane miles. A total of 19,007.6 of these lane miles are rural In nature; 19,993.4 lane miles are urban in nature. On a daily basis, a total of 231.2 million vehicles miles of travel occur on Florida's roadways. Of these vehicles miles of trave l, 29.8 percent are rural In nature and 70.2 percent are urban In nature. Dally vehicle miles of travel In Florida lnaeased by 23 percent from 188.0 million DVMTln 1990 to 231.2 million DVMT In 1997. Motor fuel consumption in Florida inaeased by 294 percent from 1.95 billion gallons in 1960 to 7.68 bJIIIon gallons in 1995. Motor vehicle regisbations in Florida Increased by about 91 percent from about 5.56 million In 1975 to about 10.60 million in 1995. There are a total of 10,965 bridges In Florida In 1998 according to the National Bridge Inventory Database; 25 .13 percent of these bridges are functionally deficient and 2.74 percent are structurally dellc l ent. 69

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-------------Florid:> Transportation ----------Table3-1 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM SUMMARY, DISTRICT 1 tenttrll'l e Miles 1 ,854 lan e Miles 5,<60 Fixed &trges 91)1 M 124 MOjOr ltllll U nes 4 Deepwater Ports 1 Source: FOOT Jnt:emec W eb Site /distl1c:ts/d'lsb1ct.htm) Table 3-2 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM SUMMARY, DISTRICT 2 Centenrne Miles 2,S34 IA!'C Mile$ 7,336 """' ""d9 144 MajOr Unes 3 llet-""" 2 SI>JI'Cie: FOOT lnttmet Web Site (http;f/Www.dot.state.ft.US/rnot'tDOT/
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Florida Transportation Alman1c' Table3-3 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM SUMMARY, DISTRICT 3 Centerline Miles 2,368 Lane Miles 6,243 Axed Brldges 783 Movable Brldges 1 Land Area Sq. Miles No. d Counties 16 Population lMIIIIon Dally Miles Tnweied on State Highways 18Mllon TronsltAullvJrld .. 2 Transit Vehldes nta Alrpon$ 80 Major RaB Unes 4 DeeP'NMer P;//WIWI.clot.mte.ft.uS/moreDOT/dlsb1tWdlslllct.htm] 71

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------------Florida Tr.tnspo.ttadonAlman;'c' ---------Table 3 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM SUMMARY, DISTRICT 5 Centerline Miles 2,056 ............. 6,865 "'""'... -Movable Blfdges UndArea 9,000 Sq. Hies No. d O:u'li:Ses l'op
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------------PJorida Trtmspo.ttation -----------Tab le3-7 STATE HIGHWAY SYSTE M SUMMARY DISTRICT 7 centerfn e Miles 1, 0 18 Lane M iles 3,67"1 Axe d Bridges 622 Movable Brldg cs 1 0 Land Alta "'' No. of Counties s PopulatfOn 2 M illion Daily M iles Traveled o n State HighwayS 2SMIIIIon Transtt Authoritl6 3 Transit Vehldes "'' ........ 42 r.tajor Rail Unes 1 Deepwater Posts 2 so""": FOOT lllt
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Table 3 FEDERAL FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION CENTERUNE MILES FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS (1997) RUfill county ' """'" -Tota l Total 0137.6-24.2 o.o !o.o1 25.0 J .... I o.o l 62.6 \ 34.8 \ o .o I 97.4 I C0. 1 I 54.0 1 I Olee 9<1.5 4 8 u-r o.o I o.o o o I o o 98 .S 4.8 I o .o 103.3 ji'OI' 1 t
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Table 3 (continued) F EDE RAL FUNCllONA L CLASSIFICATIO N CE NTERUNE MILES FO R F LORID A COUNTIES AND D ISTRICTS (1997) . ,., I u.-Toti.l COunty Prinapol .. ,_ -Mlno< Principal Minor TMnd1>1l -T--1 Arterlol conedc r CODK&ior Arterial .... rial Colloctor Arterial -I Collector ToU 1 st.leflns 86.l S"l. 2 0.0 OJ) 15.6 33.2 o.o 101.8 84.4 0.0 186.2 s..-60.8 60.6 0.0 0.0 3 .1 4.3 o.o 63. 9 6H M 128. 8 taytor 87.3 11.9 0 0 0.0 11.6 0.0 o.o 98.9 11. 9 0.0 liM Union 0.0 40 .1 1Mi 0.0 0. 0 0.0 o o 0.0 40 .1 17.6 57.7 District 2 1,115.7 657.7 75.1 0.0 418.5 155.1 G.9 1,534.1 913.9 81. 1 2,530,. 1 Boy 87.9 o.o 0.0 9.4 59. 7 40 4 7.6 141.6 40.4 17.0 2D5.0 C.lhoun I 2-4.6 35.1 3&. 2 0.0 0.0 0.0 o.o 2 4 .6 35.3 36.2 II&. I Esca.-nbla 54.7 31.7 0.0 0.0 101.8 67.l 5.9 156.5 98 9 6.9 262.3 "'"'!din 61.4 14.3 5.4 o.o 0.0 0.0 0.0 61A 243 5.4 91. 1 -45.0 39.9 45.1 o.o 0.0 4.2 3.9 45.0 44.1 49.0 1)8.1 ..... 20.8 4 2.7 0.0 LO 0.0 0.0 0.0 20.8 42.7 LO M S -15.4 U .... 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 t5A 4o.J 41.9 104.4 -77.6 84.6 72.3 0.0 0.0 <.5 3.3 77.6 89.1 75.6 242.3 """""" 62.0 29 8 IU 0.0 o.o 0.0 0.0 62.0 29.8 16.1 101.6 Leon 49. 7 12.1 14.1 3 5 79.4 )7.5 o o 129.1 49. 6 17. 7 196.4 Uberty 213 36.3 12.5 o.o 0.0 0.0 0. 0 21.3 36.3 t2.S 10.1 Okoloosa 52.7 67.6 0.0 o.o 53.7 23.7 6.7 106.'4 91. 3 6.7 204.4 Santa Rosa 30 .2 115.2 0.0 0.1 19.7 23.0 0.3 49.9 138.2 0. 4 188.5 wakulla S6 1 8.5 16.6 0.0 0.0 0. 0 o.o 56.1 8 5 16.6 81.2 W.lton 127A 41.4 17.9 o o 10.4 6 .5 o.o 137.8 47.9 17.9 203.6 Wastlingtal su o.o o.o o o 0.0 o.o 51.5 61.4 0.0 112.9 District l 8)8.3 670.9 2.8S. t 14.0 324.7 10M 18.7 1,163.0 877.9 3111.6 2,369.5 ......... 52.4 1.1 0.0 o.o 210.3 117.7 15. 1 322.7 118.8 IS. I 456.6 lndlkt RNtt 59.3 9 1 0.0 0 0 25.8 17.7 7.5 85.1 26.8 7 5 119 .... -IQ2.G 5.7 0.0 0.0 38.4 12.8 4.5 140. 4 !B.S 4.5 163. 4 --130.6 7.3 2.0 0.0 216.7 80.9 43.0 J17 3 88.2 45.0 480.5 Sourtr. lbtla StltlrJ4IIIo..,...s;.....--ll
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Table 3 (continued) FEDERAL FUNmONAL CLASSlFJCATIO N CENTERUNE MILES FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS (1997) ..... UIWo T ... t County Prii\ICiJNI Hi-Mojo< M inor Priftdpal HiT-Prindpat M inor r ... t Atttrill Arterlll COia.ctor Collecm Altl!fM t ........ Col-........ Co41odo< Total 49.2 17 0 o.o 0.0 74. 3 23. 1 u 12l.S 40.1 2.8 IU.4 l)j,, , 40-2 LO o o 615.5 152 1 72.1 1,019.0 291.4 74. t 1,311.3 --nl 96.0 25 1 o o 0 0 181.0 29.1 1.4 277.0 54.2 1.4 m 6 -29.1 o o 0 0 9 9 5.0 0.0 68 .2 34.1 0.0 102 3 LOl
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Table3-9 FEDERAL FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION LANE MILES FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS (1997) Rural Urban Total County Principal Minor Major Minor Principal Minor Total Principal Minor Total Atteorial Arterial Colloc:tor Colt ector Arterial Arterial COllector ,_lal Arterial Collector Olarlotte 136.6 48. 5 0. 0 0.0 104. 0 23.2 o.o 240.6 71.6 0. 0 CQIIler 69.3 0.0 0.0 122.0 32. 3 o.o 519.1 101. 6 I 0.0 oes.., 91.9 45.1 0.0 0.0 24.3 3 .4 0 .0 116.2 4&.4 o o GladeS 1l9 1 88. 6 0.0 0 .0 0.0 0.0 0.0 139.1 88.6 o.o -Hardee 156 .5 42.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 .0 156. 5 42.7 0.0 Hendly 1 43.5 2.6 0.0 0.0 10.0 0 0 o.o 153S 2.6 o.o Highlands 231.0 0 0 10.9 0. 0 53.6 0 .0 1 6 4 334. 6 o.o 27.4 Lee 16 1.8 73. 0 0.0 0 .0 26 1.4 82.1 o.o 423. 3 155. 2 o.o Nar.atee 289.6 57.5 o.o 0.0 242.7 74.0 6.1 532.4 131.5 6.1 Of(eecOObee 222.0 9.6 0 .0 0. 0 o.o 0.0 o.o 222.0 9.6 0.0 Polk 497.0 96.4 67. 3 0.0 452.8 225.9 40.0 9'19.7 322.2 1<17.3 sarasota 161 2 45.2 o.o 0.0 278.1 102.8 o a 4 39.3 148.0 0 8 District I 2,677.3 S78A 78.3 0.0 1,!49.0 543.6 63.3 4,226.J J.,.12 2.0 141.& Alachua 52.4.6 96.0 27.0 o.o 250 $ 95.5 16.1 n s 4 191.6 43.1 .. ,.., 121.7 69. 3 29.4 0. 0 o o 0 0 0 0 12L7 69.3 29.4 Bradford 74.1 60.2 17.7 0.0 14 .2 9.6 2.7 88.3 69.8 20. 4 Clay 160.6 49.3 7 .1 0 .0 uo. o 11.<1 0.0 276.6 60.6 7.1 Columbia <(12.5 a5.s 4 6 0. 0 95. 2 2Q.l 0.0 497.7 1()S.6 4.6 Olxie 116.9 34.1 o.o 0. 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 116.9 34.1 o.o Duva l 94.7 24. 1 o.o o o 1,157.9 518. 4 2 3 1,252.5 542.5 2 3 Gilchrist 38.0 83.7 o.o 0.0 0 .0 0 0 0 0 38 0 83.7 0.0 Hamilton 18 1 4 58.2 0 .0 o.o o.o o o 0 .0 181.4 58.2 0.0 w .,... 62.1 62.4 o.o o.o o.o o.o o.o 62.1 62.4 0.0 Levy 284.5 1 49.9 29.0 o.o o.o o.o o.o 284 5 149.9 29.0 Medi$0rl 274.6 89.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 274. 6 89.3 0 .0 "''""' 21U 34.3 0 0 0.0 9.8 62.3 0.0 226.6 96.6 0.0 Publam 188.3 1 02.6 0 .0 0 0 22.8 25.0 0.0 211.1 127.7 o.o Source: Aortda Oepartment of Transportation, StN.e Highway S)zmm Repottfor December 3 1 199 7 Tolal 3 1 2.2 620.7 164.6 227 8 199.3 1 S6. 1 362.0 578 4 670 .0 231.6 1 ,37 !J.2 588.1 5,480.9 1,010.1 220.4 178.6 338.4 607 9 151.0 1,797.4 121.7 239.7 124.4 463.4 363.9 32.3.2 338.8 8 .. >tl g ;:: g .JJ

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Table 3 9 (continued) FEDERAL FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION LANE MILES FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS (1997) Ru,.. Uol>oo Arterial Arterial Collector I Arterial Arterial CoUector Arterial ArteriM Collector COUnty Total St. JOhns 291.8 to tS o o o.o 64.a a6.7 1 o.o 356.7 t9t.2 o o S47.a I Suwannee I 18I.S 125.4 o.o o.o 6.2 12.1 187.7 137.5 0 0 J2S.S2 2S6.z 21.1 o.o o o o.o o.o 296.s a1 1 o.o J2o.s Taylo< Union o.o I 80.1 I 35.2 J o.o i o.o I o.o I o.o I o.o I 1!0.1 I 35.2 I 115.4 I District 2 I 3,470.2 1,332.6 I 150. 1 ) o o t,nz-< 841.1 o.o s,242.6 1 1,1n.a 1 uu 1 7,587.6 Bay 224.7 I 0.0 o.o I 18.8 213.9 130-9 15. 2 438.5 I 130.9 I 33 9 I 603. 3 I I B
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Table 3 9 ( continued ) FEDERAL FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION LANE MILES FOR FLORIDA C OUNTIES A N D DISTRICT S (1997 ) Rural Urban Total county Principal Minor Major M inCM' Prtndpa l M l'nor Total P rincipal Minor Toto I .... ola l Arteria l cou.-Collector Arterial Arterial Collector Arterial Arteri a l C011ea1> St. Lucie 162.4 35.7 o.o o o 336 8 47 0 6 0 499.2 $2. 7 6 0 District4 1,325.1 84.9 5.2 0 0 3,32.6.27 903. 6 178. 0 4651 3 988.5 1 83.2 Brevatd 345.8 62. 9 o o 0.0 706.4 8().2 2.9 1,052. 2 1 4 3 1 2 9 Flagfer 188. 4 $9.9 o.o o.o 3 5.1 10.0 0.0 223 5 7 0. 0 0.0 LOk e 303 8 151 1 0 0 o.o 1 77.6 55.9 0.0 481. 4 2<)6.9 0.0 MarlM 513.3 95 5 0.7 o.o 151.0 65.5 0.0 6&4.3 161. 0 0.7 Orange 258.5 21.9 0.0 0.0 999.5 262.6 0 0 1 ,258 0 284. 5 0 0 Osoeo!a 4 07.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 2 29.8 0.0 0 0 637 6 0.0 0 0 Seminole 11.9 27.7 o o 0.0 357.1 13.8 0.0 368.9 41.5 o.o ,...,..,. 29 1.7 77 7 0 0 0.0 o.o 0.0 0.0 291.7 n.1 o o Volusla 47U 79.9 0.0 0. 0 5<6.8 53 5 1.5 1))22 7 133.5 I S District 5 2,796.8 S16.7 0.7 I o.o 3,203 3 541.5 6,000.1 1,118.2 5.1 Dade 246.4 o.o o.o 1,623.2 620.7 0.0 1,869. 6 6<6. 5 0. 0 Monroe 174. 6 0.0 o o o.o 124.5 3.9 0 0 29U 3 9 0.0 Dlstrict 6 421.0 25,8 o.o o.o 1 747 624.7 o.o 2,168.7 650.4 0.0 Olnls 224.3 o.o 0.0 o o 4 1. 6 o.o 0.0 265.9 0 0 0.0 """'"""' 194.8 22 0 0.0 o o 83 8 3 9 0.0 278. 6 25.9 0 0 -Hlllstof'Oug.'l 334.6 11.1 0.0 0.0 1 ,217 3 1&4. 3 0 0 1,552.0 1 ?$.4 0 0 PiSCO 2S8.1 5.6 4.5 o.o 231 7 )3.6 0. 1 489.8 19.2. 4.6 Pinellas 0.0 o.o 0.0 o o 723.1 306.5 5.2 123.1 306.5 5.2 Distriet 7 1 011.8 38.7 4.5 o o 2,297.5 488.2 5 2 3,309A 52.6 9 9.7 statowide 14,110. 4 4 ,055.1 I 814.3 27.8 15,041.1 4,597.4 iU4.9 2.9,15L 5 8,65 2 5 1,197.0 Source : f lorkfa Stilte H/ghw.1y $y;st#n l
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Table 3 -10 FEDERAL FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION DAILY VMT, THOUSANDS FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS (1997) .... ....... Tolat COomty I '"-Hloot ... ,.. Minor -I Total Prindpll Mino t TAtterii:f COl--COl-AltltrW J -I "'-. Ta...-739.9 145. 0 0.0 0 0 649. 5 169. 7 o o 1,J89A 314.7 I o o 1 104.1 Collier 1,12.3.4 212. 9 0.0 0.0 856. 5 197. 7 0 0 1,9&4.9 410 6 o o 2,,9 S.4 -236.1 n.o o.o 0.0 96.6 11.1 0.0 332.7 83.2 0 0 41$.9 234.9 106.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 o.o 234.9 106. 1 0.0 341. 0 """" 398.0 71.1 o.o 0 .0 0.0 0.0 0.0 398.0 71.1 0.0 469.J -Hncloboo no o 19 1 0.0 0.0 0.0 .... 0 0 no.o 19. 1 0.0 7:19. 2 % ,.. .... l,n5.9 278.4 161 7 0.0 2,967 8 JS4 1 SMJ.7 Jpt7..) 315.8 7,656 9 -1.z>ll 5 38.1 0.0 0.0 2.,14Ll 133 6 13. 9 l t J69.6 m.e 1-19 4 ,1Ss.l Dilf:lk:t 1 11,At:l.7 s.J17 1 112.1 0.0 10,JM.7 ..... 2:1.,171.5 ....... 4S9A 27,.406.7 -2,156 2 321. 3 ]2. 1 0.0 1 ,502. 7 409.3 n.7 l,6SS.9 m.s IOS.9 4 ,SOU -498.7 163. 1 11. 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 o o 498 7 163.1 u o 6n. e l: .. .. g. JJ

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Table 3-10 (continued) FEDERAL FUNCTI ONAL CLASS I.FJCAnON DAILY VMT, THOUSANDS FLORIDA COUNnES AND DISTRICTS (1997) ..... ..... Tobl eo-. Principol Mitt "*' Ml-Prindpal Mloor Total Minor T ... l Arterial ........ Col-CCIIector Arterial Alteriol CoUector Artoriol Arterial Co-Totol St. John5 3:ll.l 0.0 0.0 414.7 sss.s 0.0 2,<16<1.2 887.6 0.0 suwannee 7<13.6 2ZO.S o.o 0.0 24.6 38.1 0.0 7G8.2 258.6 0.0 t,Ol6.9 TaylOr 343.0 s.s 0.0 0.0 104.8 0.0 o.o 447.8 5.5 0.0 453.3 UniOn 0.0 158.3 35.6 0.0 o.o o.o 0.0 0.0 15:9.3 35.6 19 3.8 District 2 l2,73U 2,615.3 148.0 o.o 15,241.3 ........ 13.0 27,NO.t 241.0 SS,JSZ,O IllY 476.0 0.0 0.0 36.8 1 ,225.8 550.2 61.3 1,701.8 550.2 98.2 2,350.1 QlhOUI\ 118.6 104.8 5&. 2 0.0 o.o 0.0 o.o 118.6 104.8 Sl.:Z 274.6 --57M 133.6 0.0 0.0 2,455 8 14205.7 1l3.8 3,(133.4 1.339.2 133.8 4 ,SU.O 176.7 17.0 15.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 o.o 176.7 17.0 15.8 209.5 Goclsden ni.S 1;&5.4 135.8 0.0 0.0 59.9 22.7 ru.s 345.3 158.5 t,USA QJt 95.7 llS.O 0.0 0.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 95.7 05.0 0.7 23L4 "'*"" l311.6 156.1 n.t 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 23G.6 I 156..1 n.l 458.1 -790.3 429.0 144.0 0.0 0.0 63.9 23.G 790.3 492.9 167.0 -.... 570.4 781.8 15.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 o.o 570.4 7U 15.2 657.5 Leon S35.5 84.0 14.9 21.0 1,830.. 732.1 o.o 2,365.9 816.1 35.8 3,217.8 Uberty 83.3 27.2 26.8 o o 0.0 0.0 o.o 83.3 27.2 26.8 137.3 Obloosa 634.4 312.3 o.o 0.0 1,579.1 448.1 196.0 2,213 4 760.4 196.0 3,1&J.9 Santa Rosa 632.4 404 9 o.o 0.5 639.5 >499.9 1,271.9 904.9 4 .9 2,181.6 Wakull a 264 7 31.9 31.2 0 .0 0.0 0 0 o.o 264 7 3B 31.2 328.7 Walto:> 1,023.4 ISU 33.4 o.o 169.2 58.5 0.0 1,1512.7 l17. 4 33.4 t,+U.S Washington 100.7 185.2 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 o.o 100.7 185.2 0.0 585.9 Dlstrkt3 7.)>4. t 2,SJt.2 540.3 st. o 7,900.7 l,UI.2 441.3 15,231.7 6,156A l,040.6 -szo.o l.l 0.0 o.o l'1,S70 8 2,8&4.1 2116.5 18,090.7 2,867.2 206.5 21.16<.4 illdiin ...... 987.9 48. 1 0.0 0.0 546.2 183.6 92.1 232.5 9Z.l !,451.1 -J..S9U 38.5 0.0 0.0 I,G76.6 186.2 .... 2,672.9 224.6 41.0 z.ms hOnDokh 1 .,111. 1 46.1 23.1 0.0 10,670.7 1.582.3 491. 0 1,628. 4 Sl4.1 Saurot: -............ fT .. I .. r -t i JJ

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Table 3 (continued) FEDERAL FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION DAILY VMT, THOUSANDS, FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS (1997) County Principa l Arterial R ural I Urban = Mi"or I Major ) M ino r t Principal 1l1 Minor f Total J Principal J Minor I Total 11 Arterial Collector t Coii41Ctor 1 Arterial Arterial CotledOr Arteriat Arterial Collector Total St t.uo. 1 m 2 1 90.9 1 o o 1 o. o r 2,1)33.3 1 23S.I 1 22.4 1 2,1ro s 1 326.1 1 22.4 1 3 ,119.o Dktric:t4 5,011.6 \ 13.1 \ 0.0 853.0 L...!_76.1 43,Ge0.9 I Brevard 209 .5 o o o.o I >4,n2.2. 479 6 16. 7 7 334.1 689.1 16. 7 8,039.9 Flagler 0. 0 360. 9 1 8 3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0. 0 0. 0 lake 1,375.9 j U 4 4 0.0 1 ,304.5 274.6 , 0.0 0.0 0.0 0. 0 0.0 I '"' mo I_ " " I I 0<"9' = 1,311.0 i09.0 0.0 o. o IO,IS0.9 I 1,867. 8 I o.o 0.0 I : 0 0 o.o 1,41 4.3 0.0 I o. o 2,093.4 i o.o I 0.0 0.0 0. 0 o.o Seminole 6 1. 3 109.7 o.o I o o I 3,711.1 I 99 8 I o.o 0.0 0.0 0 0 1 o.o I Svmt..-168.0 I 0.0 0.0 0.0 I o.o j 0.0 0. 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 VCiuS\a 2.,81 8.8 22.7. 6 0.0 o. o 4,061.8 I 295.0 0.5 0. 0 0.0 0. 0 o.o 1 I District 5 141315.5 1,640. t o o 0.0 27,425.3 3,428.9 l 17.1 5,069..& 5,069.1 21 5 46,831.2 1 ,413. 0 n.o 4..4 o.o 18,77&.3 3,843.7 o.o o.o o.o o.o o.o -. I 1,316.< 0.0 o.o 0. 0 9S0.6 16. 6 0.0 0 0 o.o o o 0.0 1 M M UV.2 M OtM 896.1 o.o o.o i o.o 249.7 0.0 I 0.0 o.o o.o o.o 0.0 j Hemano
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------------FJoril/3 Transportation Abn811-:i'c' Table3-11 F LORIDA SYSTE M SUMMARY CENTERUN E MILES (1990-1997) County 1900 1 991 1992 1993 1994 1995 ..... C h&1otte 97.4 97.4 97.4 97.4 97 4 97 4 97.4 Colllllr 209.2 208.7 208.7 208 6 209 1 208.7 2 08.7 . o..,.. 31.3 81.3 31.3 81.3 8 1.3 81.3 81.3 .. G lades 85 8 85 8 85 8 85.8 85.8 85.8 85.8 --Hardee 9 1 4 91. 4 91.4 91.4 91.4 91.4 91. 4 He...., 64.8 64.8 64 8 64 8 6 4.8 64.8 G 4.8 H igh lands 132.6 132.6 132.6 132. 5 132.. 5 132.5 132 5 .. Lee 17$.7 1 73 7 178.7 1 .79.9 179. 9 172. 5 172.5 2 1 4.1 213.2 2 13.2 207 7 207 7 207.7 207 9 -Okeed\obee 103. 7 103.7 103. 7 103.6 103 3 103.3 103. 3 .. Polk 439.4 4380 438 0 441.5 41l.S 441. 5 441. 5 Sarasota 159. 5 159. 5 159. 5 159.5 1 59.5 159.9 159 9 District 1 1,857.8 1,855. 1 1,855.1 1,854.0 1 ,854.1 1,846.5 1,846.7 Alae"" 296 3 296 3 296.3 290;. 3 296.3 296.3 296.3 Baker 83 9 83.9 83.9 83.9 83.9 83 9 83.9 Bradf
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-------------Florida Trsnsponsdon Alman-:c Table 3-11 ( continued } FL ORIDA SYSTEM SUMMARY CENTERUNE MILES (1990-1997) 1990 1991 199l 1993 1994 199$ 19M 1997 Bay 204.9 205.0 205 0 205.0 203.8 203 7 204 9 204.9 C.lhoun 96.2 96.2 96.2 96.2 96.2 96.2 96 2 96 .. 2 Esl
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------------Florida Table 3-11 (continued) FLORIDA SYSTEM SUMMARY CENTERUNE MILES (1990-1997} County 1990 1991 1992 19!1] 19!14 1995 1996 1997 VOIU$la 362.5 360.0 360.0 3S8.8 358.3 359.4 359.4 359.4 Di:ftric;t 5 :1,059.8 2.,.03&.4 :t03U J.OS6.7 2,055.7 -:1,067.4 2,070.3 2,075.1 .,... 560.0 562.1 559.2 567.7 S73.1 573.1 S'n.3 572.1 Monroe 119.8 119.3 119.3 119.3 119..3 119.3 119 3 119.3 -District& &7'-8 &81.4 &78.5 686.9 692.3 &92.4 691.6 691.4 Citrus 88.6 88.6 88.6 88.6 88.6 88.6 89.5 88.6 Kemando 106.8 106.8 106.8 106.8 106.8 106.8 106.8 106.8 H!lstorough 415.3 415 .3 415.3 415.3 414.8 428.3 428.3 113 .1 Pasco 174 .0 174.0 174.0 174.0 174.0 174.0 174.0 172 2 Pinellas 233.1 233.4 233.2 233.6 233.8 231.6 231.6 231 7 Di$bict7 1,017.1 1,018.1 1,017.9 1,018.3 1.')2.8.0 1.')29.3 1.')30-2 1.')27.4 Stat.Totat 11,854.3 11,862.5 11,865.7 11,905.0 11,897.5 11,921.1 11,927.3 11,926.8 Source: Rorlda Department of T ransportation. Mi/e8ge R.epottsfCK 199(H997. ______ L _____ 85

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------------Flotida TrnnsportstionAJmsn -----------Table 312 FL ORIDA SYSTEM SUMMARY LANE MIL ES (19901997) I county 1990 I ttl 1992 1993 1994 1995 19H 199 7 CharlOtte 302.5 JOLS 300.2 300.2 300.2 300.2 312 2 312.2 .. -comer 512 3 SS3.0 SS3.1 61$. 1 626.0 615 6 620.7 Desoto I 164.8 164. 8 1 64 6 1&4.6 16<1. 6 164. 6 164.6 l 1 64 6 ---. G lades 227. 8 l27 8 227 8 227 8 227.8 227. 8 227. 8 I 227 8 L .... ----. . Hardee 1 88.3 188.3 188 1 1 88 .1 1 99.3 199.3 199 3 1_199. 3 -. .. I H end'Y 1 56 .1 156. 1 156.1 156.1 '156. 1 156.1 156 1 156.) \.62. 3 ---' H i gh lands 362.3 362.3 362.1 362.0 362. 0 362.0 362.0_--l .. SS2. 3 $$7.3 SS7.J 566. 7 568.8 574A 5 78.4 578.4 ... -. .. -------M anatee I 678.8 6 7 6 2 67H 665. 2 l 665. 0 I 669.7 669 5 670 0 ... ---Ok.eect'lobee m 5 233.0 233.0 232.8 I 231.6 2 31.6 231.6 231.6 --l'<)l k 1,331.5 I 1,345.0 1 ,)54. 3 1,3 68 4 1,369.8 1,370.9 1,375.3 I 1 ,379.2 .. ---s,,,S(Q S9l. S 591.0 5 91.0 591 0 588 9 S$9 4 588.1 I __ S_!$'__ ... 5,304.6 5,356.3 I 5,363.9 5 ,438.1 5,460.0 5,441.4 5,485. 5 5,489. 9 ----Alactkla na.3 I 923.1 927. 6 927.6 932.7 933. 5 1,003. 9 ; 1 01 0 1 ----Balle< 22D 222.7 220.4 220. 4 220.4 220.4 220.4 220.41 .. -----B r adfO(d 178. 6 1 7 8 6 178. 6 11'3. 6 118 6 11'3 6 J18. 6 173.6 ----, ,., 316.4 316.4 31 6. 4 316.4 3 16.5 316. 6 337.6 338."1 ---Columbia SS1.2 SSI.l 550.S sst o SS0.8 550. 6 5 5 0. 6 6 0 7 9 .. -D i x i e 151. 0 151 0 I 151.0 151.0 151.0 tSl.O 151.0 151.0 .. ----.. ---Duva l 1,680. 1 1 725.7 1,725.9 1, 7 26.8 1,727. 1 1,732.9 1,746 1 1 797.4 ... -.. ----GiiC hlist I 121. 7 121 7 I 121. 7 121 7 121J' 121.'1 1 2 1.7 121.7 .. I ...,-------.. H amilton 239 8 I 240.1 l 239 8 239.8 I 239 6 239.6 239.6 23 9.7 .. I -+--_ ... Larovene 124,4 124. 4 124. 4 124. 4 124. 4 124.4 124.4 124. 4 .. ----Levy 463. 4 l 463. 4 463. 4 f 463.4 463. 4 46).4 463.4 I 463.4 1 -... -------MllSSau 331.4 331 4 JJM 331.4 331. 4 331. 4 331.4 323.2 ----Putnam 316. 7 3 1 6 7 3 14.0 313. 2 313.l 338.7 338.8 338.8 .. -St JOhf\$ $<4.6 $<8.1 $<8.1 543 9 543 9 543.0 545. 5 547 8 --Suwanne-e 324.3 324 8 324.8 324 3 324 8 325.2 325.2 325 2 .. .. -----Ta'(.or 320.8 321.4 321.4 320,8 320,8 320.5 320.S 320.S ... -__.. --Union 115 4 115. 4 115..4 115.4 115.4 115 4 115.4 nS.4 --...... --D4strkt2 7,296.5 7,346.8 7,339A 7,334. 6 7,339.8 7,370. 8 7,477.9 7,587. 6 scorce: Florlcla Department of Tr ansportatk:ln, State MI/NfJt R.4poftS fOr J99Q.

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------------Florida TnwsportstionAbnBII1c Table 3 (contin ued ) FLORIDA SYSTEM SUMMARY LANE MILES (1990) COunty 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 199$ 1996 1997 llay 558 2 566-. 6 566 6 577.9 575.5 575 3 S79.2 603.3 Calhoun 192.7 192.7 192.7 192 7 1 92 7 1 92.7 192.7 192.7 Esoaml>la 803.9 810.3 81)9.0 809.0 804.0 810.6 816.2 808.2 .. Franldln 111.3 171.3 171.3 182 7 182.7 182 .7 1 82 7 182.7 Gadsden "107.5 407.6 407.6 407.6 407.6 407.6 4f11.7 407.7 Gut 130.9 130.9 130.9 130.9 130 9 130. 9 132.9 133.0 H -214. 7 245.0 245.0 245 0 245.0 245.0 245. 0 245.0 Jackson 610.2 617.0 615.3 6 17.2 628.1 63<>.7 636.8 633.4 kffe.so<> 325.0 :m.7 326.7 326.7 326.7 326.7 326 7 326 7 Leon 551.9 549.7 5<6.1 549.2 519.2 563.4 561.6 564 3 . Lllerty 141.9 141.9 141.6 141. 6 141.6 141.6 141.6 142.0 O:
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------------Florida Transportation AJman-:i'c' ---------Table 3 (continued) FLORIDA SYSTEM SUMMARY LANE MILES (19901997) County 1990 1991 1992 1993 .... 1995 1996 1997 vcrusia 1 ,129.5 I 1 124.2 1,124 4 1,121. 4 1,132 5 6,997.3 i 1 350.2 299.3 299.3 302.4 302. 7 3Ql 7 _ -l--'3::0:.:1:..'--303:"_ District 6 2,.72.1.3 2,676.6 2.,641.2 2,.721 9 2.812.9 2,109.1 I 2..119 1 2 30.3 230.3 233.7 233.7 2'12..1 243.7 1 248.0 H!._rnan::: ___ __ 1,701 .6 1,606.0 1 ,601 9 1,630.<1 1,642 0 1, 708.6 1,727 4 Pinellas 967 3 983.4 966.1 1,008 7 1 ,018.7 1,034 7 ___ .. State Total 37;085.2 37,312..4 'J7,4(J7.7 37,751.5 3a,on.t 1 3a,321.o 38,653.5 39,002.5 SoLWce: flori d a Oepartrnentd St4/f!Hig/1Wdy .5)'sttm !Or 1990-1991. 88

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-----------Flodda TransponationAiman-:'c' county O'lar lotte comer Oesoto Glades J-lardee Jlcn!Jry H ighla nds -Lee Nanatee Okeedlobee "'" District 1 Alad'lu Saker 8radrord "-Co!u""'"' Olxle OUJlll Hamilton Lafayette -Madison Na$$aU Putnam --st. Jollns S llWai'MC Taylor -Unlen -District 2 Say CalhOun ... eseambia Franklin Gaelselen G
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-----------Florids Transportation Alma;;:;"c' -----------Table 3-13 (continued) FLORIDA SYSTEM SUMMARY DAILY VEHICLE MILES TRAVELED 1990 (in thousands) County 1990 1991 1 .. 2 1093 .... 1995 Holmes 410.2 397.4 384.9 416.2 435.3 -JackSon 1, 574 3 1 ,299 9 -1 441 4 1 333. 1 1,367.8 1 ,374.6 JefferSOn 546.3 568.7 545.7 587 2 586 3 576.8 L eon --' 2,440.7 2 ,16J:.6 3 ,005.4 M88.9 2,903.7 Uberty 184.1 174.2 175. 3 163.9 1 87 6 1 80 1 Okaloosa ----U80.6 2,424.4 2;498.7 2,979 4 2 ,974. 3 S3nt & Rosa 1 717 5 1,628. 1 1,826.9 1 ,819. 4 1 999 2 --. .. W a k\Aa 261 7 266 .5 298.9 288.7 305 6 326 7 .. Wal ton --1,043 5 1,075 9 1,03"5. 9 1 ,1 67,3 1, 184.3 1 ,190. 9 W ashi ngton 522.<1 527 8 476.2 434.5 518. 1 571 7 -District 3 11,759.6 18,756.9 19,266.6 20,190. 1 20,617. 4 2 0,981.1 ---Broward 1 3,960.6 1 5,121.7 16.-236.9 1 9,081 .7 19,536 9 20,168.4 Indian River 1,24 9.6 1,378.6 1 ,429.9 1,620.4 1,745 7 Martin 2 5$6 8 2,.441.8 2,512.4 2,796.5 2,617.6 3,063.7 .. _ - Paim Beach U,418.7 11,932.5 11,613 .!_. 12,569 6 1 2,553.8 \3,807.2 .. _. St. Lucie -2,663.0 2,584 8 2, 633.9 2,898 8 3,003. 0 Distrid:4 31,848.7 33:,459.3 l4.426. 9 38,919. 0 39,431.7 41,108.1 Brevard ... 6,265.6 6,089.0 6,73-4. 2 7226.3 7,602.6 950.3 971.8 t,02S.S 1,070 1 1,1()4 7 I 1,116 8 Lak.e 2,780 6 2,809 6 2,815.0 2,831.9 2,978 8 3,0 14 2 Marion __], 670 5 3,663 4 3,549.9 3,856.4 4,093.8 4,242.9 Orange ll,222.6 10,948.2 11,6 15. 0 1 2, 12 9 .1 12, 049. 4 12. 5 22.4 Osceola .. 3 ,010.4 3,02&.7 -2,964 .7 2,950 0 2,957.1 _;, u s Seminole 3 ,222. 0 3,294 9 3,575.9 3,621.8 3,793.6 3 798 7 .. .. -Sumter 1 596 7 I 1 444 1 1 423 3 1,487.7 1,612.3 1,576. 1 VOittSia I 6 ,n9. o 6 328 .4 6,866.5 6,199 9 7,230. 3 --Dlstriet S 39,447. 9 38,578.1 40,569. 9 42,273.2 42,719.4 44,515.6 -. Dade 23,0 61.7 21,961..3 21,838.2 24,355 0 24,350.1 Monroe -.. 1 ,720 4 1,792 .7 1,892.8 1,86<4. 5 1,758 1 2,186 7 District 6 24,782. 1 23,754. 0 23,730. 9 25,001.4 26,113.1 26,536..8 Otrus 990.0 1,011 .0 1 057 0 1 141.4 1 ,09 0.5 1 ,116 .1 1,411.5 1,5 1 8 .5 1 561.8 1,418 .2 1,46 7.2 1,429. 1 1 11,217 .1 12,4'16.9 l2,257.6 12..91'9.7 13, 043 0 13,5i0. 9 I Pasco 2,91.4 3, 005. 4 3,45<1. 8 3,625.9 3,584.0 3 683 8 ,.,_ Pit'lel!as 7,298 7 7, .. 73. 7 3,449.1 8,595 9 I 8 450 9 8,lS2 2 Dlstrkt 7 23,820. 6 25,545.5 26,710.3 27,751.1 I 28,172..1 27,635. 6 i --State Total 188,001.5 1tl,l54.8 1M,204.$ 210,493.0 214 3at.& I 2n.&sa.a Sourtt: F lorida Department of TransportatiOn, Stll1:! HJghway S)5tem H/IHge Repott:s for J99(}.J99l. 1996 1 .. 7 420.5 458.8 -1 ,440.3 I 630. 4 657 5 3,107 6 3 2 1 7 8 I 132.6 137.3 ... ____ 3,192.-'1 3,169 9 --3,015.1 2 !1 .8_!.:6 329.7 328.7 --1,359. 7 57<1.7 585 9 ,._ :zt,89 5 2 :U,433. 2 -20 573.0 1,887 .2 1,858 7 . 13,912.7 1 4 000.?__ 3,080.6 3,119. 0 42,350.1 43,010.9 --.. --7,844 .4 1,2 13 .5 te:s 3,190.6 I 3,319 3 4,377 .9 r .m.'!._. 12,557.6 3,259 3 3,507.!__ .. 3 ,789. 1 .. 1,619.6 1 ,643 7 --.. . 7,470.3 ,_7.403.7 45,322.5 46,832. 2 --24 820.3 2 4 11 2 0 -1 328.8 2,283.5 --27,149.1 26,395., 5 ---1,1SS S __ I,SS;3.0 -...... 1 4 2 17.4 3.!&48.1 8,525.3 8 502 ? __ 28,t91JJ 29,715.2 ----226,640.2 231215.6 90

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-------------Flori da ----------T a b l e 3 M O TOR VEHICLE REGISTRATI O N S : NUMBE R BY TYPE O F VEHICLE IN FLORIDA, 19757 {in thousands) Y ear All Moto r Vehicles 1 Automobiles 1 Buses TtUd
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------------Florida ----------I I "''"' 0 0 ... --l -1---l-+--+-;H-++-t---1--l--l--HH -+++-1-f--1--1--1-l-1-+--+--l-H-1--l-+-+-1--q 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 O d I --1-+-+++-l-'--li o o 0c, 0c, 0c, o o o N o o q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 d ci d 0 0 0 Cl ci ci 0 d I "' I' "' 0 0 o o l i 1-----+-+-+ -+-!-1--+-!-1---+--i - I ' e i 98

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Table 3 (continued) TURNPIKE SUMMARY FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS (1997) Rural Urban COU"'V centerli ne Lane DVMT Centerfi I'M! Lane DVMT Center lin e MUes Niles (000) Miles Hila (000) Miles St. Johils 0 0 o o 0.0 0.0 o.o o.o o o Suwannee 0.0 o o o.o o o 0.0 0.0 0.0 T>y!or 0 .0 o.o 0.0 o.o 0.0 0. 0 0.0 U niOn 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 D istrict Z 0 0 o o 0.0 0.0 o.o 0.0 o o Bay 0.0 o o 0. 0 0.0 o.o o.o 0.0 Calhoun 0.0 0. 0 0.0 o o o.o o.o o.o E'scam!lla 0. 0 o.o o.o o.o 0. 0 0.0 0 .0 Franklin o.o 0 0 o.o 0.0 0 .0 0.0 0 0 Gadsden o.o 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Gil o.o 0 .0 0.0 0. 0 o.o 0.0 0 0 o.o 0.0 0. 0 0.0 o.o o.o o.o J a ckSOn 0 .0 0.0 0.0 o.o 0.0 o.o o o .r.ffi! 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0. 0 o.o o.o Leon 0.0 0 .0 o.o o o 0.0 0 0 0 0 Uberty o o o.o o.o 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Okaloosa o.o 0.0 0.0 0.0 0. 0 0.0 0.0 santa Rosa 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 Wakulla 0 0 0 .0 0 .0 o o 0. 0 o.o 0.0 waltcn 0.0 0.0 o.o 0 0 0.0 o o o.o Washington 0.0 o.o o.o 0 .0 o.o 0.0 0.0 District3 o o 0.0 o.o o o 0.0 o.o o.o Browar d 0 0 0 0 o.o 55,3 m 1 2,282.1 55.3 Indian River 1 0. 2 40.7 173.2 0.0 0. 0 0.0 10.2 Marti n 122 48.8 209.8 8 1 32.3 1 S 8.3 20. 3 P a l mBeadl 4. 0 16.1 117 .4 40.5 168.2 1 150 .1 445 Source: Ror1da D epartm ent ofTransportatiOn1 Sr:Me Highway $)'Stem MHelge Rcpolt11$ December J l 1997. T otal Lane MiJes 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 o o o.o 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 .0 o.o o.o 0. 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 o.o 0.0 0.0 279. 7 40.7 8 1. 1 1 84.3 DVHT {000) 0 0 o.o 0. 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 o.o 0.0 o o 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o 0 0 0 .0 0.0 o.o o o 0.0 2,28.2.1 1 73-..2 -368.1 1261.5 <:>: .. 1 .. g I> .JJ

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Table 3 (continued) TURNPIKE SUMMARY FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS (1997) Rural un..n County Cent.l1ine .... DVMT centertine Lane DVMT centerflne I Mi ... Miles (000) Miles Miles (000) Milts St. Lucre ; 19.9 79.6 ).38. 4 15.1 60.3 266 3 35. 0 D-4 I 46.3 115.2 13&.8 119.0 540.5 3,876.8 165.3 """'"' o o 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 o.o Floglt< o.o o o o.o 0 0 0. 0 0 0 0 0 I Lake 23.8 95.2 486.8 o.o o.o o.o 23.8 --l Marion 0.0 0.0 0 0 o.o 0.0 0.0 0.0 llr.lnge 7.3 29.3 115. 8 28.2 112. 5 730 2 35 5 --%,_. Osce
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------------Florida -----------Table 3-19 1998 BRIDGES BY JURISDICTION .Jurbd'lction Number ot Bridges 6,242 L.ocally
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----------Florida ----------Table 3-21 CENTERUNE MILES BY FUNCTIONAL SYSTEM AND MEASURED PAVEMENT ROUGHNESS (International Roughness Index, IRI) MO. -Functional Sy'ltem ... .,. <60 ..... H-Ut 120-144 14$-170 1111M 195 >UO Toto I .... -. 186 138 227 171 224 9 3 "'' .,. m Other Prii)Cjpal Arterial 421 94 966 m 943 303 121 57 36 3,297 Rural --Minor Arteria l 268 69 976 377 417 251 54 62 i 2 3 1 8 ntd Major Co11ector "'' "'' "'' "'' n/a n/a "'' 108 40 1 47 72 116 20 6 I 3 I 405 -Other Freeways and 31 s ISS 99 68 38 s 4 "'' 374 expressways Other Principii! 383 52 613 568 461 289 138 78 65 2.264 1 Minor Atterlal ,. "'' nta "'' "'' n/a nta I l """'"' ,. "'' "'' "'' n/0 "'' ., "'' source: u .s. Department Of Federal Hlg!Wiay Highway SUristfcs 1996(1997), Tab)e HM-64. Table3-22 CENTERUNE MILES BY FUNCTIONAL SYSTEM AND VOLUME-SERVICE FLOW RAnO (VSFR) ...... ... Functional SyReom _____ ,. __ "'' --"'' nl --VSHI: o.ao-0.95 >0.95 Totol o.ao -o.H >0.95 0.80 aftd Greater Interstate ., II 958 tO. I 1.1 11. 3 -----t _Oth .. I Mrial 4 9 3718 0.1 0.2 0 3 Rural --1 17 2586 0 3 0 7 0 9 M !nor Arterial --_ Map Collector 0 II 454 2 o.o 0 1 0 2 -62 175 S 1 3 12 .1 34. 1 ... 2 -.. __ .. Othet Freeways 23 46 405 5 7 11.4 1 7 0 .. --U.Wn Othtf Atte:ria l 182 149 264)' 6 9 5.6 12.5 -M!nor Arterial I 216 244 J02t 7 1 8 1 15. 2 I ---COll ector 221 261 5906 3 7 4 4 8 2 So!Jfce: u.s Department d Transpcwtatlon, Federal Hlgl'l'w'f Admlntstrauon, Hig/JW#y Statisti<:s 1996 (1997}, ___ JL __ 102

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-------------Fionda TransporrationAlman":?c' ---------ltural Urban Table3-23 CENTERUNE MILES BY FUNCTI!ONAL SYSTEM AND PRESENT SERVICEABIUTV RATING (PSR) M i l os Functional System PSR: 0.0.0 2.1.5 :1.6-3.4 ..... o.a-.. :z..o 2.1-2..5 .......... "'' n} a r>/8 r>/8 "'' "'' r>/8 Other M'ldpal Art eri al "'' .,. "'' r>/8 "'' "'' r>/8 Minor Arteria l r>J .,. n/8 "'' "'" n/8 r>/a Najor 0:16ector 48 807 1,93() 1, 7 57 4,54:2. 1.1 1 7. 8 ......... r>/a n/a nt "'' "'' nt nt other Freeways and nt "'' n/a n/a "'' n/a "'' .,.,......,., Othe r Ptloclpal Arterial "'' "'' "'' "'' "'' "'' "'' Mlnor ArterioJ 19 1 291 1 132 1 ,414 3,028 6.3 ereaor 432 769 1,476 2,229 5,906 7.3 13. 0 SOO"": U.S. DepartmeM ofTransponatlcn, F/a "'' "'' "'' n/a n/a 4 2.5 38.7 nt nfa .,. "'' nta n/8 37.4 46.7 41.9 37.7 ___ L __ 103

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Flo rida T ran sport a tion Table 3 -24 STATEWIDE MINIMUM LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARDS FOR THE FLORIDA STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM 1 ..... AI'U$' T--... .,...., un.. ...,_, or ........ ..._ OYW500,000 .......,. Panll ... to ......_ ....... ........ I T==-,I MNIItntertt .,... IHTRASTn ... -l.inited A(CeS$ uigh-r e c C(D) O(E) 0(0} O( f ) CO!'ItrOII!'d i e C C 0 E E ----____ _t _______ ,,J_ ___ _t _______ l_ ___ _!_ ____ _.. ... -----j ....... --___ _:<:.._ ____ _____ --j 1"wol:lne C C o 0 E Mantll m U..-e l of HI!'Vioe tb,.._l'"dt l ntlcSe ol .,.., to .--.1 M '--wt.. lfii'CKIO!I 1. The itldkatecl of .terWitr miO. U rbal'l Atuf ll wttla PQP.Aatrond at least SOOOard are not inCluded h urtanlted Thr. the 1990 a/8 as wei as IN Ca liS ll9feed upon try EO()T, and (fHWA). The we a:mmonty Qllcd ftfflA IJi't;ltn <&.'ld 8n:IIS to h3ve mr.dii.W'II clcn4ll:y f'le ntllt .s. art if'IOCirPI)ratft )flr sctledulc ct contaant a local capital tletnent, &ncl not conmait!ccl. 11. ctlimtecl end CCI'Iti'Okd CJC.S The p1mary fllf'<()Qn (II me $)'$ttfi'IIS tor ancl tigh YCiume lnll'flc moYCmerG the a bu l'tlng subO!dhMt 110 thi s funabn anct such ICIOeSS m ust be: p:'DHbltocl Of hlgllty lfldiJcled ct M system are deslsJIWitccl in the lbicS.l P.)n .. ,.. are lfltrUtt lalleS not UduShod't' rot sor., 1'1'9'1 S9CCd tJl.YQI, I n v.Wnlled us.e lanes il'ldud! hiQh n physicll."( MPJntcd from otntr tm'd bdu.W. lfw'OUih lines IOadw!y fil nes cxd ushdy trOtt, wlll(h stl)rarattd rrom gener-al u se lares and to Y4'IICII 1$ highly lantS be USf tor tliQII OO:UPi'rq' Ydlidcs and t:.Y,pteU buse$ durt1; Flt'k hour$ It 1t1e leYtl 01 stj1JI'Cis un be mairui'led 12. U,.lted higtr-.11 (,...._.'fl) mJ_.. dM:Ied tit}tlways 11/JYi.'l(l a fnillimu m cl !WI) l!nes u$1!! ct tnlffic 1n C8(h ci 'I1)C:tlon end M (OntJ'OI W1I')' tratr.: YOiutne of 51)M!mt abo\.oc the rnPm.un \"(lll.lrn$ or (2) a ftll.ICtion in Sl)Hd tor the peak direction rn the tOOCtlhlgl'<$1 l'l(lv r d 5 Pttf!( tldow 11"11! IN adopted LOS .t 1ttc time the w/1$ ado9t:t11. fot in ulbaniDecl.-ees. for IOrldwq)'$ pat;'ll ltl l7anslt facilt!es or b' l nlrutate k'l sg.iraM me&IIS(J} an lr'll:n4se In annUli! (Salty tniTIC-In vaii'IC YOiumt 1 0 l)tfC'tat 11bcrtc the X'Mce volume_ 01 U) e ..Wuctlon 1n SOt't'd ror tt'lt' P"k d rcd:lorl ln ttv: JOOth hour ell() btiQw the SPeecl. ot 1:t1e lOS SUI'I6d a t 1tw: time the pan wm Fot (lthef sta(f i!'l tr/JI'ISj)OrtbliOn $9'1dialnt ti\M afi'IOUI'It dtl'll\ed in the lrln:portallon ti'ICibllt'( demen t FOt constralntd tnMtw'lg Of t>etd"O tht leW! ot sttnclanb, docs not und the lS tile cl mnclard 16. fl'leiiRS tM ieYel of St.andard _,;u be n a Cllat ft'lttU f'eQUiteo'l'lel'lts of R ut@ 9J.5.00S1. SO'Jro!: Aorida Department d Transportation, F/odda High w a y $}$rem P/.ln ltJW!I of 5viCe 1998) JIL __ 104

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-----------FJodda TrsnsportadonALman-:'c' ---------SECTION HIGHUGHTS According to the Office ofT o il Operations, as of 1995, there were 20 toll projects across the state The total number of lanes for these projects is 672. Of these lanes, 403 utilize manual tolls and 269 utilize automatic tolls. As of 1995, the largest toll project in the state was Florida's Turnpike, which utilizes a combination of 129 manual and 43 automatic toll collection lanes. In 1997, Florida had a total of 375.1 centerline miles and 1,601.9 lane miles on its statewide turnpike system. Daily vehicle miles of travel (DVMT) on the statewide turnpike system totaled 9.9 million miles in 1997. ___ JL __ 1()7

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------------Florida TrsnsportstionAJmsni,, ----------Table 3 FLORIDA-OFFICE OF TOLL OPERA nONS (total lanes by project) #of Lanes Project HI me Manu1t Automadc 11 I l j-: ChOIwhatdtte Bay 3 I Everglades Par1cway 1 2 0 Florida's Turnpike 129 43 Holland E W Expressway 48 37 I Homestead Extet\Sion 42 4 2 Maypoct fetr/ I 0 I ExprCS:SWIY Sy&em 19 26 N ivarre I 0 O rl ando Airport f)q:nssway 10 4 O rla n do-Orange 41 2 5 Plnellbs Bayway Systttn 4 4 Polk Coun ty Parkway 0 0 I -Sawgrass Expressway 20 23 -l Semin.ole Co. expressway 13 14 --SC\Ithern conn. ExtensiOn 0 0 SunCOMt P ari I IS -3 12 m 85 -84 I -45 I 14 66 8 0 43 27 0 0 8 42 46 672 Sot.rt e: Florida ct Transportation OMce cl Tol Ope rations T otal Lanes by ProJect (199S). ___ L __ 108

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Tab l e 3 -26 TURNPIKE SUMMARY FOR FLORIDA COUNTIES AND DISTRICTS (1997) Rural Urban County centerline Lane DVMT Cem:.rl i ne Lane DVMT CentertiDe MUes Miles (000) Miles M iles (000) Hites Charlotte 0.0 0. 0 0.0 0 .0 0.0 o.o o.o 1 Collier 0 0 0.0 o.o o.o o.o 0 .0 o.o Descto 0.0 0.0 o o 0. 0 0.0 0 .0 0.0 Glades o.o o.o 0.0 0 .0 0 .0 0.0 0.0 Hardee 0.0 o.o 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 I 0.0 Hendry 0.0 o.o 0.0 0 0 0.0 o.o 0.0 tlighlancts 0.0 0.0 o.o 0.0 0.0 o o 0.0 lee 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 o.o o.o Man-0.0 o.o o o o.o o.o 0.0 0.0 O!
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-------------Florida Transportation Alman""?c\ -----------l I i I .. -N ... N 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .,; 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N :'! N ai "' --!. I I -H .., C! ::: 0 " 0 0 0 i .. 0 .,; 0 0 .,; .,; 0 -N 0 0 0 0 0 0 ::: ::l 0 0 ::l I ::: C! N !IZ: .,; 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "' 0 0 .. c:E -N tl --! IE---" " ::l "' o l o "' " 0 I"' 0 O j O 0 0 > o j o 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 -a-.,., i I 1 -I .. .. I J o c u o l o olo N i ::l C!!
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Table 3 (continued} TURNPIKE SUMMARY FOR FLORIDA COUN17ES AND DISTRICTS {1997} R.,ural Urbon County Centerline Lane DVMT Centerline Lane DVMT Cenb!rfine Hiles Miles (000) Hiles Miles (000) Hiles St. LUcre 19.9 79.6 33M 15 .1 60.3 2ll6.3 35.0 Dlftict4 46.3 185.2 83a.a 119.0 540.4 3,876.8 165.3 8-nl o o o.o 0.0 0.0 0.0 o.o 0.0 Aagler 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 ....... 23.8 95.2 48&.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 23.8 -0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 o.o 0.0 0. 0 7.3 29.3 17$.8 211.2 112.5 730.2 35.5 Osoeola 51.4 205. 5 815.4 10.2 40.7 158.l 61.5 seminole 0.0 o.o 0.0 12.2 48.7 142.3 12.2 S\Jmt 10.8 43. 0 224.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 10.8 st-" Vofus1a 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Disbid:S 93.2 373.0 1,702.8 50.5 201.9 1,03<1.7 141.8 Dade 13 1 52.4 591.9 3M 154.8 1.516 8 43.5 Monroe 0.0 0 .0 o.o 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 oiotrkl6 13.1 52A S9i.9 30.4 t54.i 1.,516.8 43.5 O
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------------FJorids ---------SECTION HIGHUGHTS Aorlda has a total of 103 public airports. Twenty of these airports provide commercial passenger service, 23 are reliever airports, and 60 are general aviation airports. Florida's airports were scheduled to have 492,067 alraaftdepartures In 1995. The actual total performed was 508,828. In 1995, enplaned revenue passengers for a ll Florida airports totaled 39,313,925 passengers. More than 41 percent of the enplaned revenue passengers occurred at two of ltle three Miami/R. Lauderdale regional airports. All Florida airports carried a total of 729,001 enplaned revenue tons Of the total enplaned revenue tons for all Florida airports, 620,770 were freight in nature and 108,231 were mail in nature. ___ JL __ 115

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-----------Florids ---------FLORIDA'S MAJOR AIRPORTS Florida has 103 public airports: + 20 are commercial passenger service + 23 are relievers + 60 are general aviation West Palm Beach ...sf.. ort Lauderdale "'-r--l + Miam 1 Key West4-.... SOOI'OOC Florida Department of Transportation, Florida A'liatioo 5)-stem PIMl St81ewitfe Summ8fY ___ JL __ 116

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------------Florida Transportation Are a (Airport Name) F JorKia Mia mi/Ft. Laud&rda l e T able 3 27 SUMMAR Y STATISTlCS FOR LARGE M EDIUM, AND SMALL AIR TRAFFIC HUBS IN FLORIDA (1995) A i rcraft Deoartures l'npla .ntd Peroentof Enplanements Total Revenue Perfo rmed Sclleduled Passe nger s 48 51631 492, 0 61 38,384,654 23,197 . 92.9, 27 1 508828 492 067 39 313925 (Ft. Lai.Kkrdale-fiOIIvwOtXI Jnt'l) 0 .80 44 78 1 4,187,844 ( N iamllnn) 2.29 140,100 130 398 l2. 030,812 (Opa I.OC"'l 0. 0 0 1 5 1 4 community Total 3.09 186,906 1 75,193 1.6,218,656 Or l a ndo (He m d on) 0.00 I I .. (Orla n do l nt'l) 1.72 95 ,136 90,07 4 8 628,866 Community 1.72 95 ,137 90,075 8,628, 8 66 Tamp a a. st. Pete-rsburg/ O earwater & La k e land { I"<
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-------------Florida Transp orttionAimllll ---------Am (Airport Name) Ja c kJonvine (Ce<:l Field NAS) (J.CitSOI'NIIIe lnl'l) HAS) (Cn Beach rM'I) O.yton 8Mch Regional) Mtlboume (C>pt K -Regional) --(-"-> SII,.IGitl /lracleAtDft --T Uha ssee (TIIII hJS.ut MUNI) Table 3 27 (continued) SUMMARY STATISTICS FOR LARGE, MEDIUM, AND SMALL AIR TRA FFIC H UBS I N FLORIDA (1995) AII"CC"a'ft DlpllrtMr. fnpllnoed Perotntol ........ E np a. .... na TSd!edotod ,. ... oven ...,., ..... 0 .00 6 .. 584 0.)1 2.9,0 27,619 1,61 7 0 47 0.00 65 2,661 0.00 l<7 ]47 .. 0.31 29,461 l i,GM 1.620,292 .. 30,717 29,95 1 2,565,495 O.o7 <1,72S 4664 316,147 0.00 001 3."5 258,82 7 0.08 1 "'151 11lU 4Q19) 0.1) 9,688 9495 697,S74 O.Q7 13,782 1)722 390 581 fnpiMd bwru.te TC?!It --... Mail .. .. 6,109.00 li,H3. 79 .. .. 109." .. , 511 99 11.243.79 2 ,982 .29 6,-616. 61 --)05.71 1.2 7 214.01 26.AS l SSl.SS 939.65 823.57 1 903.25 I 841.18 118

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------------Florida TmnsportationAhn an1c' Table3-28 FLORIDA'S AVIATION SYSTEM (1992) Size Based Armual Annual Public Airports Rcglon (acns') Alr
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PubliC Airports Reliever Airports Craig Fernandina Beadl Mvnie4>31 Herlong St. Aog!J$tine st. JOhl\$ COUnty Cl!fltral Florida Regional Kis:Smmee Municipal Merritt ISI&'ld Orlando Executive SCee Cclntcr Eke<:!Aive Albert Whitted MunidJ)a! Clearw.ate r Alrparit Peter o Knight Vandenterg Lakeland Under Regional Fl RegiOn) lakeland Under Regional Page Reid 8:3 Raton O&tft Collier Training a M TtansltiOn Ft. Lauderdale Executive Homestead General Aviation l<.endall Tam iaml &eru:tve NoM Pe rry Palm Beach County Park Florida Transportadon Alman;"c' Table 38 (continued) FLORIDA'S AVIAnON SYSTEM (1992) Size ...... ........ ( ..... ) .u ...... (1990) 1,335.0 269 Nortfw:.st Florid 603.0 47 Metropolitan Area 1,4&4.0 76 350.0 185 I 1,900 0 286 871.0 185 E ast centra l AOtlcSI 139.0 230 MetropOlitan Area 956.0 460 850.0 139 119.0 256 62.0 138 wes. Central Rorida 110.0 119 Metrq)OIItan Area 407.0 218 1,200 0 192 Central flort1a 1,200.0 I 192 SOUthWeSt FIOr1da 640 0 I t 220 185.0 208 24,560.0 i 1,300.0 838 I I SOUtl\ Florida 960.0 82 I MetropoliQn Area 1,.380.0 508 I 536.0 365 1 8 10.0 311 630.0 306 ......... O .. rotlons ($) Enp!.a,.mtntJ (1990) (1990) 18-1,943 Not rt
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Public Airports General Aviation Airports Apalach!OO!a Municipal SOb Sik.OS C8rtabelle lhoml)$0f'l oe FUnl e k Sl)tfngs M\Jnldp&l DesUn Fort Walton Beach Marianna Municipal Peter Prftloa Acid Q!Ancy Mu nldpa l Tri.COunty Wakulla County Cooss Oty C rystal Rtver Ounnei!cn Munldpal George T. leWIS Inverness Uke Otv OOi a Nunlclpal Peny Foley SUwannee County F lagler Coooty H illi ard Akpark Kay t.arkln M-1 Keystone Airpark Arthur DUM Airpark l.eeSbUJ Q NUnktpal Now Smyrna Be<1ch MunldpaJ Ortnond 9CIIdl Moolc::fpal V'a!karla Florida Transportation Table 3-28 {continued) FLORIDA'S AVIATION SYSTEM {1992) .... ..... R Aircnft (1990) 1,249.0 6 896.0 54 202.0 l .. 160.0 20 221.0 59 Flol1da 3,'100.0 so 22.4.0 39 2 1 2.0 23 270.0 11 15.0 8 591.0 9 100. 0 52 1,500.0 43 50 0 g 120.0 29 North Central Aorfda 1 ,240. 0 22 1,120.0 m 918.0 13 215 0 28 1 ,700.0 33 1, 145. 0 48 Northeast FlOrida 30.0 22 Metropdlta n Atea 68 9. 0 n .s)'stem Plo'Jn Statewide Sutni7W}' 1992-2010. Annual Enplanements (19JO) Not recorded Not recorde4 Not recorded Not recorded Not record ed Not recorded N ot rccordcxS Not recon::led Not recorded Not recorded Not record ed Not recorded Not recorded NOl recorded Not recorded Not recorded Not recorded Not recorded Not recorded Not recorded Not recorded Not recorded Not recorded Not recorded Not recordect Not recorded Net. recorded Not: recorded Not recorded 121

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------------Florida Tnm sportRdon AJman-:'c' ---------Public Airports Avt.t.lon Airports Herl\lndO County Plltlt Cltv ZtQt!VfhiiiS Munletl)ll A.tcldl HuMdpll A.Wln Pllt Mlndpal --GII>M '""' -()lo-Courur
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------------Florida Tl'JJ11Bportadon Abnm"!'c' SECTION HIGHLIGHTS Florida has a total of23 transit systems that provide fixed-route, demand-response, o r some combination of these two types of service. One of the systems, T ri-county Commuter Rail Authority, provides commuter rail service in South Florida. In 1996, Florida's transit systems operated a total of 1,723 fixedroute transit vehicles I n dally maximum service. This total represents a 16 percent ina-ease over the number of fixed-route vehicles (1,49 2 ) operated in dail y maximum service in 1991. Florida's transit systems provided a total of 163.3 million passenger trips in 1996, almost a 10 percent ina-ease over the number of passenger trips provided in 1991 (148.8 million). Total fixed-route operatin g expenses for the Florida systems was $399.6 million in 1996, more than a 30 percent Increase over the cost of providing fixed-route service In 1991 ($306.2 million). Vehicles operated i n maximum service for the demand-response mode totaled 1,124 in 1996 tor the Florida systems. In 1996, Florida transit systems provided 4.7 million demand-response passenger trips. The total cost of provi ding these trips was approximately $64.3 million. There were 53 Community Transportation Coordinators (CTCS) operating in Florida during 1997. These crcs provided a total of 32. 1 million one-way passenger trips at a total cost of $180.6 million duri n g t his year Florida's school districts operate a tota l of 13,627 school buses in daily service to transport studen ts In 1997. The number of eligible students transported during this time totaled 959,003 per day. 125

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------------Florida TansportationAlman, -----------Table 3-29 FLORIDA'S FIXED-ROUTE TRANSIT OPERATORS, SYSTEM NAMES AND ABBREVIAnONS Bay Bay CCUnty COAOrtation 8CT Btoward COunty Mass Ttanslt DiVIsion ECAT Escambia County A r ea Transi t HART Hillsborough Area Transit Indian River Indian Rlvtr COunty COA JTA Jacksonville Transporta tion Authority KWOOT Key West Dep<. ot TransportatiOn IAMTD Lakeland Area Mass Transit District leeTran L .. county Transit LYNX Lynx Transit (Or1ando) MCAT Manatee County Area Transit -MOTA Miami-Dade T ransit A!Jf!rv:t Pal m Tran Palm Beach COunty Transpo rtatio n Authority PSTA Pin ellas SUncoast Transit Authority RTS Regional Transit system (Gai nesv i lle) SCAT (Sar asota) Sarasota COooty Area Transit SCAT (Brevard) Space Coast Area Transit TALTRAN Tallahassee Transit Tri-Rai t Tri COunty Comm uter R
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Peffonnance Indicaton COuntv/setviOe Area PopulatiOn (000) PassengerTnps(OOO) Tabl e 3-30 FLO RIDA TRANSIT SYSTEM FIXED R OUTE TOTALS (statew i d e total performa n c e indicators exdudingpu rc h a sed motorbus ) ' 1t91 1992. 1991 1994 1995 1996 I 9,944.65 8 707.36 9,110.41 I 9,857 67 10,114.19 10,297.23 ----148,817.51 ti8,no.29" 1 62,180.32 1 64,617.50 166,065 .33 163 ,303.37 Change 1991K (%) l.SS I 9.73 83:;;;-1 HleS (000) 69,885.64 72,138.95 76,176.12 78,759.98 82.155.78 19 .63 Revenue Hours (000) i ,86).44 4 989 33 S,2SH8 I S,S60. 98 5,683 .71 5,752.78 1 8.29 -Tose (000) (S) I 306,219.85 319,532.01 339,437 .71 3 67,790 .07 379,832.21 399,619. 99 30.$0 Total O peratfng Expense (000 d 1984 $} 230,735 83 23().654.32 m,6n.56 249,798.99 251 ,270 .4 6 2S6,9S8.57 11.36 --Ex&lenst (000) ($) 83,420 96 ' 85,370 .31 87,116.l3 99,0oro.86 100,564. 76 105,691.&1 26.70 T cta l Maintenance (000 d 1984 $) 62,857 61,624.59 60 998.31 67,267. 47 66,526 62 67}960.63 8.1 2 Tota l Qpltil EXpense (000) ($) 81 ,362.51 144,465 .20 98,887 39 89,669. 81 180,991.41 lSJ,6SJ.$6 88.85 Tcnl 0oe""ng &. Local Rew n ue (000) ($) 262,222.22 272,905. 89 261,069. 67 300,573.96 1 18,628.n 351,190. 96 35 .19 5 ,103.10 5,035 .51 5,390.10 S $81.00 5,649.30 5,826.90 14.18 vehides Available for Maxlnun Service 1,831. 00 1,929.00 1 ,973 00 2,065.00 2,098. 00 2,1 54.00 17 64 VehiCles Operated i n Maximum seMce 1 ,452.00 1,525. 00 1,$2.2. 00 1,578. 00 13.84 Number d (ndcfents 2,908.00 )_!)42. 00 2,786.00 1 ,721 00 1 ,846.00 6.21 T
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Table 3 FLORIDA TRANSIT SYSTEM FIXED-ROUTE TOTALS (statewide total perfonnance indicators includ/ngpurdlased motorbus) Indic:ators 1tf1 19t1 1993 19114 1195 I .... Plm/ a Total El n/a "'' n/> n/a ,..... Co!*al-{000 ($} rio "'' "'' "'' "" "'' TCIUI Oollo!l &.looal ......... (000) ( $ ) "'' "" 0/a "'' "" n{a TCIQI E'1r1*Jyees ,. "'' n{a "'' "'' "'' vehldes Available b' Maxi:nt.m Sel'lb "'' "'' "'' "'' "'' n/O Vthldes Operated In Ma:ximiMft seMct 1,492.00 1,810.00 I.IIOS.OO 1,611.00 1,732.00 Numbe.-d tnc::i6tntS "'' n/a "'' n/ 1 nl n/3 Tota l Revenue Servke lnter"'\1)tkXXS nl n/1 nl n/1 "'' "'' Pissenger Trips PC!r Re-ienue t-111e 2.11 2.03 2.01 2.07 2 00 1.93 Operati\g E;cpense Per Trip ($) 2.16 2.t.S 2.21 2.29 2.4S Opo-g Elope.,. Per ...,.nue Hour($) 62.39 63.29 59.96 65 48 66.29 68. 64 .. ReccYeoy(1(,) ,. n/a n/> "'' "'' "'' Awsoagefare rio "'' "'' rio "'' "'' -----------Scuu: CS(1.998). Change 19Htt6 ('Yo) 10.10 20.13 18.94 30.86 11. 67 "'' .. "'' rio "'' !;! e 1 "'' g. 0 "'' 16 09 n/1 ,Jj nl -8.35 18.116 10.02 "'' ""

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Table 3-32 PERFORMANCE INDICATORS BY FLORIDA FIXED-ROUTE TRANSIT SYSTEM {FY 1996) Petfonnlnce lndicat:r:IR MOTA OCT JTA Setvlce Area Population (000) 1,800.00 1,337 00 719.n Passenger Trips (000) 79,754 09 24,l2.0 .67 8,664.34 Revtnue Miles (000) I 29 ,628.83 9 832.23 6 253 .4() ReYenue Hours (000) 2:,122.66 722.07 465.71 Total OPUng E>cpenot (000 } ($) I 182,979.47 23,227.26 HART 864. 61 $,525.19 5 825.37 3$9.32 24,944 31 PSTA m l l 7,$81.32 6,213.19 427.98 I I 24.2l Qj>lt>l...,..,. (000}($) I .,. .,. 26,952.11 "'' L85S.09 10,332.-39 Total Operating & L,oail (000) ($) I 165,410.76 n/a 2t,S42.2S n/a 22,302.20 30,216 91 Tot>l E'mplmes I 2,472.'10 I "'' 416.ZO n{a J8o.90 540.70 260.70 t Vetid$$ Avbr&e ror Maximum 5ef'\.'iCe 1 815.00 225.00 167.00 181.00 U4.00 VelIRevenue s..:'"' 20.021 .00 1,163.00 I 2,294.00 I l,so.oo Pos,..ge< T rii>S..,. RMnue Mile 2.69 2.46 i 1.46 1 .27 1.65 0.57 O pe
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T able 3-32 (continued) PERFORMANCE INDICATORS BY FLORIDA FIXED-ROUTE TRANSIT SYSTEM (FY 1996) Performance Indicators TALTRAN RtS VOTRAN ECAT LcoTran I SCAT(Sarasota) S.....lce Area Population (OOO) 138.86 184.0G 107 .20 276.56 I 376.'/<.,. ( 000) ($) 6,629.95 31663.42 6,036 .77 3,453.56 3,710.94 3,585 .95 Total Opetalln g Exo..,.. Pe r Passenger T rip (S) 1.80 1 74 1 6 S 2.24 2.78 1.93 Operallng Elq>ense P Re>-cnue ($) <18.29 3'1.99 42.87 %.29 42.68 38.17 Faretxlx RtcO'o'tfY (%) 0.30 0.43 0.20 0.21 0.21 0.10 Average Fare($) OS4 0 75 0.34 0.48 0.57 0.20 Source: Ctnter fct' Urban iransport:atlon Re:sotarch, 1996 Perlotmance EV81rM/ion d Florida:S TtttMit .s;-stcm.$ P4ft I; FiXCd-Rollte Ttend I!IIJ4.1996( 1998). LAMTO 110.00 1,164.76 971.5G 65.27 2,315.54 1,488.91 526.26 338.39 257.75 1 ,74 3 .90 55 .40 2<1. 00 20.00 7.00 227.00 1 .20 1.99 35.48 0.21 0 .42 I _I I ' I I !;.!! g .. ;;: g. ::> .JJ

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T able 3 32 (continued ) PERFORMANCE I NDICATORS BY FLORIDA FIXED-ROUTE TRANSIT S Y ST E M (FY 1996) Performance lndiGatol'$ MCAT ICWOOT SCAT (Brevard) Indian Ritr rn.aan Bay ServiCe Atea PWulatlon (000 ) 32.47 437.7 4 102.21 4,000.00 1 22 90 Passen ger Trips ( 0 00) 635 .50 275.28 194.26 20. 26 2.J05.49 10 .20 Revenve M ile$ (000) 529.)4 20<. 97 523.0< 159. 52 2,43$.21 80.00 Hours (COO} 31. 52 l:t69 24.04 11. 52 59.76 7.20 Operauno E>l C.p< Rea>;e
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------------Florids Trsn6pomuion Table3 FLORIDA'S DEMAND RESPONSE TRANSIT OPERATORS, SYSTEM NAMES AND ABBREVIATIONS II>Y Bry county COA-coord. nansportat:kln scr Bt COUnty eooro. nansportat:ton Palm Tr3C1 P1lm Beactl COunty Trlii'I$$)Oit8tiOn IWthcrily PO'T Pasco County PUb11c Transportation Se:Mce PSTA Pinellas Sunc:oast ll"ans't: AUthOrity I
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Table 3 FLORIDA TRANSIT SYSTEM DEMAND-RESPONSE TOTALS (statewide total performance indicators exdud/ngpurdtased demand-response) Pel'fonT'IaftO! lndkators lttl 1 1991 1 1993 1994 1 1995 1 1"' 1 Change 199196 COUnty{Servle:t Arta Population ( 000) 2,.837.08 1,933 .72 1,983.73 4,657.21 I 4 ,947 .71 4 173.70 47.11 __ f-_a._ _.9_ _-+ __ __ L:_J_J7 _.oo. ___ 1,222.63 1 >S-39 _ Revenue l'tles (000) 3,7'94.66 3,377.30 3,288.64 4,116.44 i 7,094 .99 I 6,202.02 1 63.44 Hours (000) 260.31 250.28 23J..&4 .11 479.41 "2.3.84 62.8l Total Operating Expense (000 ) ($) 8,406.97 7,487.83 1 8 ,1 53.00 11,857.95 16,49$..64 n .t9 . Tal Opetattng &::pense (000 ct 1984 $) I 6,336.14 s,..os.09 5,708.69 s,osJ .79 10,91;,37 9.580.70 st.zt Total MalntenanceExpense(OOO) (S} 1,516.97 1,328.03 1 ,317.42 1,827.43 2,419.23 2,155.90 42.12 Tct.al Mai.Unance Expense (000 of 1984 $) 1 ,143.03 9S8.64 922.45 1,241.)7 1.600.39 1,386.26 21.18 Totll Opitll f)q)tnSt (000)($) 1,230.11 1,56&89 457 .68 1,361.20 2,238.16 4,437.61 260.75 T ctal Operaclng &. Local Revenue (000) {$) t914.6'3 3,425 82 2,639.73 5,2$4 2 4 7,366 97 6,641.04 127.85 TCUI Empic)yetS 205.10 203.40 199.00 3 21.30 +40 50 407.90 I 98.88 .. -. ---VeNdes Available for Maximum $eMce 169.00 17 4.00 111.00 310.00 381.00 100.00 Vehlctes C)(letlted In Maximum seMct 130.00 136 .00 116. 00 290.00 258.00 _98_._<6 ___ _, ci Incidents 132.00 106.00 86.00 j "9.00 111.00 78.00 .. .,. __ l nttmJptions 480.00 564.00 529 00 664.00 I 653.00 656.00 36 .6 7 Passenger Trips Pee Revenue Mile r 0 .26 I 0.25 I 0.2S 0.22 0.19 0.20 .2$ Operating EXDtnst Ptr Pus T rip($) 8.62 8.89 10.00 11.2.3 12.34 12.19 41.31 Operating etpense Per R.evenue Hour($) J... ...... 32.30 29.92 11 35.02 _ 38.99 3".:_::__ __ 35. 1 5 8.82 f arebox Recovery (OA) I 0.18 0 .1 9 i 0.19 0:14 0.1 0 I 0.10 Average F are (S) 1 .5 1 1.11 !, 1 .9 1 t.S2 1.28 1.20 1 .89 ' center for Trl\nst>rtati01\ arch, 1996 of flcrf
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Table3 FLORIDA TRANSIT SYSTEM DEMAND RESPONSE TOTALS (statewide total performance indicators including purchased demand-response) Perfotmance lndlcatDrs l9t1 1t92 1993 1994 1995 1996 Change 1991 (%) County/SeMoe Aroa Pqltll,.on (000) 10,024.S7 8,26S.enso (000 o/1984 $) 22,894.94 25 13 7 .05 32,SS7.20 36,746.64 35,3&4.68 42,529.43 85.76 ToQI M'*'tenan flq>ense (000) ($) n/a n/ a n/a n/a n/a .,. n/a TOlll Mailtenanoe flq>ense (ODD or 19&4 $) n/a n/a nta n/a nta n/a nt ToQI C.pltll flq>ense (000) ($) n/a .,. nta ., n/a n/a nt Total & Local fte'!nue (OOO) ($) n/a n/a n/a n/ a n/a n/a "'' Tota l Employees "'' n/a nt n/a n/a n/a nt Vehldes Avallallle for MaXimUm SeMce 73). 00 1,017.00 1, 251.00 1, 784.00 2. 1 69.00 2,084. 00 184..31 Vehldcs Operated In limmum SeMCC i,o26.1io 667.00 713 00 1, 271 .00 1 133.0 0 1,124.00 68..52 -Numbei' Of InddentS n/a ..,. .,. ..,. n/a n/a nta Total Rtvenue SeMce Intl!nuptb'ls n/a n/a nta "'' "'' n/a nta Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile 0.19 0 .19 0.19 0 16 0.14 0 .13 29.92 o,.-g flq>ense PEr Pass. T rlp ($) 11 14 1 0.61 10.83 10.95 11.30 13.60 22.15 Operatrng El, J984-J9P6(1998) . g e: r 1 l lj .JJ

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Table 3-36 PERFORMANCE INDICATORS BY FLORIDA DEMAND-RESPONSE TRANSIT SYSTEM (FY 1996) Performance Indicators I MOTA BCT HART LYNX PSTA j PCPT SCAT( ..... nl) SeMce Atea Population (000) 1,l!OO.OO 1.337 00 864. 6 1 1,246 3 1 192.11 305.58 437. 74 T Passtnger Trips (000 ) 849 65 685 88 4 1 9 .)5 531.76 175.4 1 139 58 360 30 . .,.,.,. Mile$ ( 000) 8 ,091 .48 5 7 78 .70 4,782.84 1,125.09 6 1 2 00 1,734.59 ._uetiooerauog ex..,.. (OOO rA 1984 ll 10,$44 .45 6 318 69 4 074 85 -. ,?91 26 1 ,219 97 2,911.&2 TOQI f"hlln( enance (000) {$) "'' nl "'' .,. .,. "'' "'' Total Marltenancc Expense (000 <:1 1984 $) .,. nta "'' "'' "'' .,. "'' Total Olpltal E>g &.Local Rcvcflue (000 ) (I) 17,139.33 "'' "'' '' n / a 11/0 Tota l EITC)fo(ees n/a t>l "'' 3.80 nl "'' 107.50 Velide:S Avaitble for Maximum Strvlee 233 00 448.00 416.00 113.00 69 00 12.00 81 .00 V e l'kle:s Operated In Ma:dmum SeMce 176.00 1 69.00 100.00 1 08 00 69.00 58.00 57 00 Nvmbtr <:1 fnd6ents nl "'' nl nl> 30 .00 nt 1 9 .00 Total Revenue Service Interruptions n/ a t>l nl i "'' "'' 218. 00 -. -Passenoer Pe r Rtvtnue Mile 0 .11 O.l2 0.11 0 .11 0.1 6 0 2 1 I 0.21 Operating EXpense Per Passenger Ttfp ($) 1 8 76 14.33 15.11 14.01 11.18 13.59 I 12.57 -Ope11t1ng Expense Per Revenue H our ($) 29.02 32 80 3<.89 22. 42 17.14 % .69 38 97 F >ttbo>< Rt
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Table 3-36 (continued) PERfORMANCE INDICATORS BY FLORIDA DEMAND-RESPONSE TRANSIT SYSTEM (FY 1996) Performance Indicators Indian River Olperaong Elcperoe (000) ($) "'' "'' "'' 80 .39 0/0 "'" "'' Total Maintenance Expense (000 r:l19a4 $) "'' "'' "'' 51.69 "'' ,,. 0/0 ToO.I CapJal-(000) ($) 341.62 "'' "'' 494.64 "'' "' 4.2 1 Total Opcpenso RAvtnoo Hour($} nta 20.02. 25 21 13.27 36.37 22.98 16.13 Farebox Recovery(% ) nl 0.63 nl I 0.51 0.09 0.09 0.18 Average Fare ($) "'" 5 .16 I n/a I 2 .70 0.80 1.26 1.83 NOO!: The S(Stems l sted in the tallle are those tflat receive Federal urtaniled area 1onnufa t\lndii'IO and, as such. report ttleir operaUng statiStics ror the purpoges cA Ute uauonal Transit database. Scola!: Center for Urban Transportoo n ._rcll, 19% PerfonnMCe evalu#lfcn Systoms, Patt 111, Demandllesponse Ttmd ; I 2: .. iil 0: g t JJ

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Table 3-36 (continued) PERFORMANCE INDICATORS BY FLORIDA DEMAND-RESPONSE TRANSIT SYSTEM (FY 1996) I Perfonnartee IncfiGlttors MCAT Pllmnan UMTO l St.Lude TALlltAH RlS feAT seMce .,., (000) 236 ,78 869 63 110 00 166.00 138 86 1 84 00 276. 56 Passl!l Elg El
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-----------Flodda TrllllirpOrtadon.Alman""':c' ----------Table3-37 STATEWIDE SUMMARY OF 1997 OPERATING STATlSTICS FOR COMMUNnY TRANSPORTATION COORDINATORS Operating Statistics 1996 1997 Number of CTCs 54 S3 Nul'l'lber Of CO\Intles COYtted 6 7 67 Number d l"rai\Sportatlon Operators 441 446 Total Passengers ( u ndupk:a:ted pass. head cooot ) 750,911 632,'154 Total OneVIa v Passenger '1'ftps 30,7n,S74 32,134,022 Rxt-Route PasscngerTt1ps 13, 0 47,443 H,946,147 oomaoo-Response PilSSenger Tl1ps 5,144,962 5,494,152 Passenger Trtps 12,00 1,675 11,J')O,l4S St:retcher Pas:s:enoer TripS 54,901 59,943 School Bus Trips 528.593 443,436 VehiCle Niles 110 500 ,989 105,065,658 ReYenue follies 90,357,27J 84,630,102 OJ)eratln g Revenue (S) 1 6 5,900,000 162,100,000 Operatfl'lg expense ($ ) 1 71,200,000 180,600 .. 000 Vehicles 1,78 2 5,114 Roadcalls $,403 4,0()3 Aodd ents 1,422 1,213 Emp>.cvees (Number) 7,845 7,3U flOrid a comm!SS10n for the Tl'ansportatlo n D lsadv.1ntaged,,, 1997 Aflf'IWI PetfonnaiK:Je Repott(January 1998). Change (Ofo) -2 nc 1 16 15 7 -7 -1 6 5 -6 2 6 7 -26 1 5 -6 LJ9

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-------------Florida ----------Table 3 STATEWIDE SUMMARY OF CTCs BY TYPE BY COUNTY (1997) 'l'rpoof-rlc Type of Tota l Orva nlution .... ....... """"'-Souroo -.... Brokenge PriVate rton.f:lr'Otk 13 24 I 3S -Privat e For -9roflt 0 0 8 8 --Govtmment Ag ency (lndl.ldlng MPO) I 14 3 18 . Public Transit Agency 0 0 3 3 -TC:UI 14 38 I S 67 Note : FlOrida' $ 67 (()Untie$ are curTently served by 53 crcs. For thOse CTCs serving multiple COI.II'Itles, there may be dltrerent netw
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------------Florida Transportation.AJnuw""!:' Table 3-40 FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION PROFILES (1997) .. ... .. # h ses I a 1!.-rollmtnt: 11 otBigtble Avenae lws StudeltU eo ....., Students # of Stacktlts Dlsb1ct --""' ... Dai ly 5ervlee PNKl'l Tn.lltpOrted -... ., to-RldttS tmat'dious W/OiSabllities ....... (< 2 ml) Vhltlng Akldl u a 18 1 29,643 13,869 76.8 2 0 1,<470.5 o.o 479.5 Baker 40 4,630 2,597 65.8 0.0 461.5 0.0 106. 5 Bay 1311 25,665 I 11,610 84 1 30 5 3,167.0 0.0 714.5 Bradford 38 4,192 :!,074 55.3 190.0 459.0 0.0 319.5 I Brevard 384 66,679 27,1410 70.7 37.5 2,125.0 575.5 1 ,258.0 -O r owerd -1,066 218,576 64,911 60.9 235. 5 1 .540.0 1,617.5 2 ,535.0 Celrloun 20 -2,288 J,t9S 59.8 0.5 m. o o o 69.5 Cha-. 118 16,083 8,413 71.6 0.0 830.0 889.0 190.5 C itrus 203 1 4,194 9,948 49.1 26.0 571 .0 89.0 1,513.0 C l ay 180 25,915 1 2,370 68 7 0.0 1,na.o 140.0 115.5 Collier 177 28, 1 77 12,883 72 8 35.0 68.5.0 488.0 Cblt.mbla 96 9,263 5,285 SS l 17.5 328.5 0.0 698. 0 Dade 1,3 13 341,120 63,743 48. 6 1 82 5 1,796.0 0. 0 7,315 5 DeS<>la 358 .. 45,692 32,120 89.7 287. 5 1,379.0 6,439 5 1,036. 0 Flaoler so 5,662 4,085 81.7 0.0 244.5 u.s so.o Franldln 8 I 1,575 450 56.3 0.0 20 1. 0 0 0 o.o Gadsekn 72 8,546 6,082 8S.1 16.5 756.5 0.0 701.0 .. 22 .. 2 ,651 -1,565 71 .1 0.0 46. 5 o.o 0 5 Glade$ 8 1 ,1.49 498 62.3 0.0 307.0 0.0 2.0 24 -2,346 1,230 52.3 0.0 114.0 o.o u.s Hamilton 2S 2,336 1,059 4 2. 3 0.0 601.0 o.o 8 0 Hardee 39 4,974 2,978 76.4 0 0 721. 5 0 0 182.0 H en dry 61 7,257 3,680 60.3 19.0 1,456.0 0.0 63.5 Hernando 172 1S,842 11,459 66 6 69.0 647.0 0.0 1,275.5 H i ghlands 11,020 6,488 65. 5 21.0 462.0 0 0 233 5 -H!!lsboroug 972 1 4 7,788 75 ,783 7li.O u.s 3,689.5 9,197. 5 4,319.5 .,. ..... 42 3,320 2.'151 58.4 o o 371.0 0.0 7.0 l""'n 69 13,972 6, 066 88.6 0.0 580.5 210.0 508.0 Jadcson 85 8,098 4,625 54.4 7.0 786.5 0.0 416.0 Jefferson 33 2 127 1,452 44.0 0.0 225.5 0.0 248. 5 Solll'ce: ___ L _ 141

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Florida Trsnspottstion Table 3 -40 (continued) FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICTTRANSPORTAnON PROFILES (1997) ofllltlble ... .. ... ....... ......... l!ftrdl.....t Sblhntl ._ ... -,.._., o1 s.. denu .,.,.., s.w:. PNKU TIO IIIIP Oitled OmtMY __ ... .-. -w/DI .. bfllu. c-w (< 2 ml) wLafaven e j-'3 1,109 7JstTJct TranspoftatJon A'ONes; Volume 7 ()1.11\e 1998). 142

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------------Florida Transportation Alm.t11'1c' . Table 3 (continued) FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICT TRANSPORT AnON PROFILES (1997) Tota l Totol Dblrirt ,VI'(I!ItM of IUM$ ($) To taiSI&IrtN..-d _.. ......... Tralnsportadon Total Anllual Miles (inducSes ....... ($) ....... ($) ......... ftdd a'*ll adhlty btps) ExpelldiQI,. ($) A lecnua 1,046,148 5,235,214 538.30 6,6SS,780 282,898 Bal
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------------Florida Tn.ns p ortationAiman=;:c \ ----------Table 3 (continued) FLORIDA SCHOOL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION PROFILES (1997) Toa.l......._ ..... Tobil l'-1111 1J1 tMioft Tct81 Anncllo l Mllef "'""" ......... .,_($) -<> lap __ ,_ ..... ... fteld rMI KtMty -< > --($ ) 101,864 284,044 601.44 356,433 25,114 ..... 1 1 87 964 4,359,139 -418.2.5 5 457 15)' 211,369 --Lee 1, 1 21,356 1 3,715 963 . 591.64 16,416,044 3S,lS 7 LJooso I 4 ,359,735 376.5 7 5 016,06 0 221,889 Ok-obee I 28 ,116 1,200,064 415.46 t ,669tHiS 75,855 --. t?!!.nge f-2,922,256 29,160,.853 622. 24 34 3 1 5,845 %0, 83 0 --Osceola 1 023 004 4,293,<482 466 26 4,998,n8 360,000 .. Palm Beach 7,0 77 371 1 7 ,469,004 f475.38 21,000,330 --Pasco 1 5 8 2 5 22 8 3 01,022 462. 33 9,900,3 1 6 134 ,270 ... Pinellas 19,.35'5,336 620 87 23,354,23'9 1,371,245 ------Polk ___ ---11,.304,952 465. 58 15,030,381 210,37<1 .. Putnam -705,405 2,298,758 505. 62 3,031,158 103,31<1 Sat!ta Rosa 652.860 2,538,408 332. 37 3,095 ,523 157,6<15 .... Sa<-1 289,107 7,477,958 536.6 1 9,651,2 1 9 570 607 . -f------870 ,160 3,862,823 --463.71 5,115,902 170,413 Sl. JMns 1,978,510 8,426,800 781.3 9 9,793,981 7 0 110 -St. LuCie 1,309,+1() 10,556,569 SS6.70 12, 1 09, 840 s..,mter 16.V' 1,sn,975 .75 1,481,402 52.226 --. !_,4 9,522 1,509,099 003 .68 1,866,966 69 ,6 30 500,823 1,002 830 709.62 1,263,99 1 78 ,088 _____ u-1 08 364 360,83 0 ... 445.23 546, 2 1 4 74,3<11 Volusi a -691,523 7,003,257 418. 06 9 ,30<1,70$ I Wakulla 374,059 1,169, 7 34 479. 48 1,5 62 ,578 78, 2 1 8 I ----W allon 472 1 2 7 1 ,286,85 7 5 12.82 1 625,806 102,255___ 445 1 36 844,651 740. 6 1 1,167 9 2 1 43,0 38 ____ Tota l I 8 1. 97 1 0 1 2 399 363 816 -52 1,994,908: 7 2 1 4,968 Fk>tfd8 SdNXJ/ DiStriCt Tr.wp
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-----------Florida --------Table 3 -41 FLORIDA-GREY1tOUND BUS FULL-SERVICE AGENCIES (1} Ala9 Staripess lnd.udlng C.O.D. express. Note: Bolding lndlcatas maJor stations. SOurco: Russtii'S Guides, Inc., Official National Motor Coach Guide (May 1998). 145

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Flonda Transportation Alman-:c' SEtnON HIGHUGHTS The Aorida rail system is comprised of 13 line-haul railroads and four terminal or switx:hing companies. The line haul carries range in size from fairly small intrastate railroads to members of large rail systems extending from Rorida to the Padflc Coast and into Canada. In 1996, the Rorida rail system operated approximately 2,888 mites of railroad. There was a total of 40 derailments in 1995. Sixteen of the derailments were due to track problems, 18 were due to Improper operating practices, 1 was due to equipment failures, and 5 were due to other reasons. Florida rail carriers transported a total of 119.9 million tons of freight in 1972. In 1995, the amount of freight transported Increased to 165.7 million tons, an Increase of 38.3 percent More than 50 percent of the total freight transported In Florida I n 1995 was nonmetallic minerals (excluding fuels). According to Amtrak's Fall1997limetable, the passenger rail service setves a total of 47 Rorlda cities. 149

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------------Florida ---------Table 3 FLORIDA RAILR O ADS (1996) Mla..otb UrNd In Aorida Jilet"c:.nt of flo.-.cs. ..... ,..., -,_, T........ ....... ....... ........ .....---96 3.4 Bay Une 63 2.2 -"""'ng!Qn .. "' 1 6 -CSX T ransportation 1 1,62 1 1 31 S7.7 Ror!d a Central 66 10 2.4 ----Ror1da East Coast 442 1 S.8 Aorida Midland 40 1.4 -----AOrida NOrthtm 27 1.0 ----Rorlda West Coast ,. o s and Fbid a 48 1 7 -Notfolk Southern 96 S3 3.4 seminole Gulf 119 4 2 .. SOUth tentr11 FlOrlda 101 22 3 6 South Florida Rail Comdor J 81 .. T ennlna l Companies 30 1.1 Totals 2,88$ 244 100 Amtrak 31So operates ln Flor1da but does not own any trac:kage I n th e state.. It operates CHef CSXT main b'adcs from Georgi a to JacksonYIIIe and ftom ton,..,. antt Miami. T ota l InclUdes the 81 mlle Soothea:st florida RaG Corridor owned by the SUited flOrida., bY\ tNi nUined and dispatched b'f CSXT on behalf f frelgtlt, Amtrak services, anct TriRal commuter Strvlees. Not an c:.en1tf. Source: fk:riela Department d Rail 1996 fJorid.J R,Jil System P!.Jn (December 1 996}. ___ JL __ 150

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Plorids Tnnspomuion Atman-:'c' 'I'll"' of I'UnOS Pi$$. SeMc:e Dev. -lntermodal Developmeft AXed GIMewav Rail B ranch Rehab. Totallntermodat/Rail Seaport Develot'ment Table3 ADOPTED WORK PROGRAMRAIL/INTERMODAL AND SEAPORT DEVELOPMENT FUNDING (Fiscal Year 1996/97 2000/2001, thousands of$) FY#J&/97 FY97/91 FV98/9t FYt9/00 FY00/010 21,667 49,803 51,684 94,666 43,191 33,G'l7 42,712 32,414 35, 569 18,444 0 0 0 0 1,127 6CO 600 6CO 6CO 84,429 94,998 110,834 130,835 25,000 15.000 25,000 25,000 25.000 Source; Aorid. a Depenme:nt of Transportation Rail Offlm, 1996 FlorftU R4115)-stem Pkm (December 1996). Y ea Total Derallmeats 19$4 30 1985 39 1986 31 1987 34 1988 47 1989 45 1990 40 1991 36 1992 23 1993 25 1994 1 5 4 0 Table3-44 REASON FOR DERAILMENT Tnod< 7 2 11 s 12 6 13 3 20 3 23 9 17 10 18 17 I 16 0 6 0 16 1 Oporati ng PTactices 18 19 6 IS 17 7 9 9 3 4 4 18 source: Florida Department af"''ransport:adon Rail Office, 1996 Fkttft/4 R4ll S).mvn .PI.tn (December 1996). 5YR Total 186,983 18,444 3,527 504.SH 115,000 Othe 3 4 7 3 7 -6 4 3 2 s s s 151

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-------------Florida Transportation Abn.an=::'c\ -----------Veor 1--1972 197S Table 3-45 FLORIDA RAIL FREIGHT TRAFFIC HISTORY TONNAGE (000 tons) OrlgiNtlng Terml .... ng 57,038 62 830 57, 58 1 63,227 Total 119,868 120,808 --197
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------------Florida Transportation AJman""':c\ -----------Figure 3 ORIGIN OF RAIL FREIGHT TONNAGE TERMINATING IN FLORIDA 0 < 150, 000 tons 0 50,000,000ll:ll'll 1!1 2$0.000 1 m !IIOrl toni > 1 m llfon tons Figure 3 DESTINATION OF RAIL FREIGHT TONNAGE ORIGINATING IN FLORIDA Source: Rot1da Department Q ( Transporte110n R-otnce, 1996 F/ot'id4 R ail $}'Stem PI.M (Drecember 1996). ___ JL __ 15.1

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----------Florida Transportation -----------1. Table 3-47 FLORIDA CMES SERVED BY AMTRAK PASSENGER RAIL Madis<>n Chipley ... ..-. ""'"' Clearwaar loudl New Port A.khey CresMew Ocola -OOC!eoty Okeecl"ocbee .,._. ...... o ...... Odn"'-Tiii'JIOII Springs Keyuf110 WaiCIO ... -West Palm Bead\ """mmee Wildwood Uke lueM VfSCII WI-Haven Lakeoty Winter Pa11< ......... Note: Bokllng lndlcat2$ (l)eS served .,.,. bu$ CXll'lnt(tion. -------Source: NatsoMI R.1UI'Oid Passenger <:or'p., AMT1WC FJII1997 TltneQblt {dre
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--'---------Florida ---------SEcnON HIGHUGHTS Florida has a total of 14 seaports. Eight of the ports are located on the South Atlantic Coast and six are located along the Gulf Coast. The top three trading partners with Florida for 1997 were Brazil ($7.5 billion in total trade value), Venezuela ($4.5 billion), and Colombia ($4. 0 billion). In 1 997, 4 of the top 20 U.S. ports In terms of container traffic are located In Florida. In order, these ports are the Port of Miami (11TH), Port Everglades (13TH), Port of Jacksonville (14TH), and Port of Palm Beach (19TH). The top three Rorlda Import commodities In 1997 were passenger vehicles ($4.3 billion in total value), men's and boys' suits/ensembles ($1.3 bmion), and women's and girl's suits/ensembles ($645 million). In 1997, the top three Florida exports were data processing equipment ($2 3 billion in total value), parts for office equipment ($2.1 billion), and fertilizers ($1.7 billion). Florida's waterborne trade for the 1996/1997 fiscal year totaled 106.3 million tons. Of this total, 29.3 million tons were imports, 23 3 million tons were exports, and 55.7 million tons were domeslic trade. Waterborne foreign trade for Florida In 1997 totaled $40.9 billion. Of this total, $21.2 billion were Imports and $19.7 billion were exports. More titan 8.3 million passenger embarkments and disembarkments occurred at Rorida's 7 cruise ports In 1997. ___ L __ 157

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---------Florida ----------Pensacola Port Sl Joe Fernandina ----1---\J:. Wnt Palm Beach 1-----1 Port E verglades KoyWnt+ "" ' o\.tf :j;, ' Miami 158

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---------Plorids Tnnsportation AJman-:i'c' The South Atlantic Coast Ports Port of Femandlna Aorida's northernmost seaport serves the Southeastern United States, includ ing majOr metropolitan areas in both Aorida and Georgia. It handles both breakbulk, predominantly forest product exports, and containerized cargo. The port has aocess to an excelent road network and railroad system that prlf general cargo, and dry and liquid bulk products, lndudlng petroleum and pllosphate. The Port's mission Is to create and promote a major regional tran:sportatkJn and distl1bu tion center through community awareness, Industry cooperation and public financial support. Port canaveral Located In mid-Ronda on the AUantlc ooast, Port Cmaveral serves both cargo and cruise marlrets. Primary cargos are liquid (petro leum) and diy (cement, rock, and scrap steel) bulk products, a n d breakbulk, including lumber, and vehicles. The port also serves as a refrigerated load center for fish and frozen fruit, ju!ces1 meats, and vegetables, and is one of the three busiest cruise ports i n the wortd. A Foreign Trade zone is in opemtion at the port, otfertng quachrnodal transportation (sea, land, air and space). Port of Fort Plera Thi s port, locab!d between Qlnaveral and Palm 8eacl1, pr In tile C.llibe a n and Central Amertca. The port also handles liqUid and dry bulk indudlog petroleum for two power plants, cement Imports and sugar and molasses exports. cruises round out port operauons. Port Everglades This South Ronda facili ty located in R. Lauderdale, Hollywood, and Dania ranks as ooe of Rorlda' s leading container port> and Is both a maJOr cargo and a rapidl y expanding cruise port. It Is the deepest port soUtl1 of Norfolk, Virgini a The port's primary cargo is petroleum,. but it also handles containerized general cargo, other i quld and dry bu l k products, automObiles, yad'lts and other boats. Lumber, steel and bulk cel)1ent pass through tile port along with an ever growlng amoun t ol rol l ..,n{rol l-<>lf cargo and heavy eq uipmen t. With more than 30 cruise ships, th i s second busrest cruise port in the wodd, offers one-day, onl!111ght, and a range of 3nlght to 103 n ight cruises. The cruises enoompass trans-Allanijc, trans-Panama Qlnal, GUlf Coast, and otherWOO'Id-wlde iUneraries. The state's ftrsl and largest operating Foreign Trade Zone, used bV rmr 60 bUSinesses, is at Port Ellerglades. The Port seelq>and role as a transshipment center for the Southeastern U.S. caribbean and latin American marketsi fmprove lntermodal connecdons to rai l service; pursue new trating opportunities .and strengthen existin g ties; and maximize tile advantage of the Colfee Excllange Destination. Port of Miami Known as the cruise capital of the world, Miami Is the wOlkl's bustest cruise port, wtth a fleet of more than 20 home-porting ships, i ncluding 6 of tile wortds largest megashlps. The port Is a lso F lorida's largest container port. Miami provides frequen t liner seiVIce to marlse mark et share by restoring exlsUng fadiiUes and construdlng new tennl nals and berths required for new generation ships; expanding container market by providing ca'90-llandUng and ral lload fadlltles required for efficient lntennodal container operations; enhancing position as b'ansshlpment hub ot the caribbean and Central .and south America; and pursuing new trade opportunities and strengthening exiSting ties. ___ L __ 159

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-----------Florids -----------Port of Key Wlllt Key west has come into prominence as a portof-caU tor the ever growing passenger aulse fteet homeporting at Floridas ports. Over the years, It has also played an I mportant role In h0511ng the natloo's mHitary, partlrular1y the u.s. Navy. "To stimulate the local eoonomy by provicing port-<>lcall facilities In meet exlsllng and future demand" capi\Jres the purported mission of the Port of Key West. llle Gulf Coast Ports Port of Pensacola Located on Florida's panhandle, lf1is port has capitalized on Its easY GuW of Mexico a<:
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Port Govemlng Hintertand Served Trad i ng Body Partners canawt>J Cbn&'t'Crbl Port: centra l O)IJM iitS d &.rope, canada, -roy Flagler, Clr1bbean eaoo, (Canaveral Port Highlands., Indian the Far East, DIStrict) Rh<>, Lake, .1nd Central and Dktleditc:rrane.n, Nassau Cou nty Bermuda, VenenJela,. Ecuador, 8razil, Argentr.na, Colcmbla, Ollie, Tli'lld&d, J amaica, and Puerto Rico Fort Pierce St. LuCie COunty st. l.Uele, caribbean Basin, """and Rlwr, Okeechobee, Ba,hamas, the Airport Authority lfghla ,,.,ds, Hendry, Far East,. Europe Grades. ancl to1&rtln @niles T able 3-48 FLORIDA'S PORTS (1997) Value of Pri neipal Activities & Projected Waterborne &Product$ Throug hprtts Bulk, neo-bu* and cargo (tons): Imports:: 520 milliOn cargo; cu ..... 3.SmUiioo oUse opeca:tlons; Ptojected4.2 millio n Exports: 354 mll on Foreign Trad e Zone 1 36; container CNse (reveooe service; P""""9"'): pobllJ--cargo (tons): Imports: 4.8 .IXIIIOJ'I oome:rc, 9YPSI.I'n.. cwrent-l0.6 m llllo.'l soap me!31); Pto}ected -28.3 m illio n Exports: 5.0 billkln breakf:ulk (bullcfng mat:ertaiS, ited, CnJi$e lumber, secoodary P""""9"'): fiber); contaitlor cunent 2.5 Millon argo; ancl oulse Pro:fected 3.1 million .. e.x.ts d forest cargo {toO$): ImpMS: 63 million prodvels c ....... 5 mUllan lndudlng kraft Projt(l:Cd 1.1 m lllio:l Elq)OttS: 235 m illiOn lrlerboard, woodpulp, and Ou lse (revenue treated """'090"): ancl contalnertzed Cumnt-0 goods (woodpvlp, ProJected 0 coffee boor fi'Oltn goods consumer nood$ Bulk an
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Governing .... "" Port -nd-......... la-Ue J kkSon'lille Port Centnl and Northem Canada, South AI.Cii""V Roridl, Southeastern United caribbean S..$11'\ States, aM l ndudlflO Puerto mojO< ,....,. d,.,. -""M ldwost .... _,._ thtFarEast,. ..,., ........ Key West Key West City d Key West, Not.Apj)bble Departme nt d --... __ ........ Manatee Countv ---""'"" .... Port Authority within a too-m i le Soutll-rad iUS lndUt. .S miUIOn UmBion Eqxrts lndude Ca.-go (tons): fertilizer, 9MtC'I I OJi.2 rnlllon cargo, fresh Juices/ Prcjected 1 8 m iNion food J)tOCfl.;Ct$, 8Uto$, paper Cn.ise (reYenue productsj I mports pa:s:sengers): 11\dude cement. current 0 7 milliOn pet:rdeu m. fresh Projected .30 m i llion fnlll, diNS """' lricotloM One-clay: 0 Multi-day: 0 One-day: 0 M ultk\ay: 536,400 (-. passoogers) One Ofy: 9!, 654 (lodN. j)ISS
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eif='" Port GovemiAQ Hinterland Served Body P3Jm8ead\ Board of Pert Palm Beach, Martio, COiflmi SSbletS st....,., (PcrtofP3Jm Okeechobee, Bead\ District) Highlands, Glades, Hendry, Code. .,. Sroward COJnUes PiMI'M Oty Atabama, ... Georgia, Mlssls5lppl, Carolina, and VIrginia Pensacda ctyot Northwest ffotlda, l'oiiSacol Gerorgfa, Alabema, Mansas, Illinois, Nebraska, Iowa, Indiana, Colorado, MISSOUri, and Port St. Joe Port St. Joe POll f lorthwest Rorlda Argo (ton$) South Amef1ca, operatlcns; Cment-3.4 million c.ribbean Sa!Jn, col'ltlslner, bJik Projected 5.6 m illiOn (oement. sugar, f\lel Nofttlem Ewope molasses), and Dulse (revenue passengel$} lndUSOfal park and "'""". .288 mlllbn frgo (tons) Sotltlt America, com-Omt!lt .9mllon Medlte ......... domestic aggregate, Projected 1.1 million Europe, and the export btdk cargo; "''""" lndll$b'fal part and trulse (revenue Foreign Trade Zone; oxportslndtldO "'""". 0 UnertxJard, woodpulp1 Projected 0 machinery, and mlsc. general C81'90'i Imports lndude steel """'' CCils, Juml>e< l,;td bolk c.-and Elq:)Orts lnducte cargo (tons)' SOUtf'l America, bagged food Oonent S miUion Odlbean Basin, products, forest Projected 2 million MedlttiT'allWI, prOdud:S, liquid bulk Africa, lndla, procllct$, frozen Oulse (rewnue PNIIppines, and food, nme, pfpe, and paSS.'!lgerS): """'" rallc:irs; Imports CUrrent. D Include liquid b ulk Prvjected 0 pro6ucts and ctlemlcals, bauxite, Iron castings, logs, and .. centrali and t Exports lndude rorest C>r90 (tons)' SOUttl America, llqu ld bulk 0Jrrent 0 ca.ibbean Sa$1n, products, and ProJected To be and oU'lerS to be processed rrSh;
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' Port Goveming Hinterta nd Served Trading lody ......... st-rq City of St. Cruise pas.sefl9trS Not Applicable Pote<>burq come pl1mat11 y from the Ta!TC)t Bay !'e9!00, b t.t rrom out d state TamPI Tampa Port Hlll$tlc)n).IOh, CAnada, -Hernando, Paso>, Cirl)t)ean PIMIIaS. and Polk ..._,Centnl ... ..., SouUl Ametlc.!, Europe, the Far EaSl, ln;lorts: 0 oomesuc: 0 Imports: 7 1 3 rilloo ImportS: 6,102, 7 4 7 &pott:S: 2 0 billl E>;lorts: 1 0 ,918.300 Domestic: 33 ,567, 039 I I Source : Aorlda Se.1port Transportation and EconomiC DevelOPment COuf\Cf, A !We-Yo.trPIM TOAemppisst 5e4/X)ftS J997/1P96-200J/2002. 1 (Nile Activitj.es ( Emba:rtcations D'-mbirbtions) 0 0 187A5 l ( lnciiV. .,.....,gers) Multi-day: 0 :3. a g JJ

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Altbcme 1'rade waterborne Trade ... waterbcme Forei gn Tride Fl o rida Tr:wsporudon Atman-:'c Table3-49 TOP TEN TRADING PARTNERS WITH FLORIDA FOR 1 997 (in billions of current u.s. $ ) Counlr( Total Trade ($) (9) Bra%11 7.5 (10} Venezue la 4.5 (11} COlombi a 4 0 ( 1 2) Domi n ican RepubliC 3 9 (13) Japan 3.7 (14) A rgentin a 2 7 (15) Honduras 2 6 (16) Costa ltlca 2.3 (17) Germany 2.0 (18) China (Ma!lllan
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Alman":c \ ------------. (l) (2) (3) (4) (S) (6) (7) (8) (9) ( 10) (11) (12) (13) (14) -(IS) (16) (17) (13) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) Table3-51 U.S. CONTAINER TRAme, 2G-TON EQUIVALENT UNITS (1997 ) Port TWo l<>ng Beach 3,504,556 I.OSAAgele$ 2,959,715 Y0<1
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Flo.rids TI'SDSportstion Alms;:c' Tabla3 FLORIDA'S TOP TEN IMPOlO' COMMODMES (1997) On millions of current u .s. $) Collmodlty TOtal Value($) (1) Passengervehldcs 4 ,272 (2) Men'$&. 8o)l$' SUit$, Ensembles 1,276 (3) Woment a. Girls' SuBs, A>sembles $845 (4) 011 fn>m Pleum (not crude) (S) T-shi iiSondOIIlerTops 687 (6) Data Process,log Equipment 668 (7) Special Tl'ansactloos 660 (8) Oustaoeaos 625 (9) COffee 493 (to) 011 Rowers 465 Source: Florida Seaport Transportltfon and Emnomlc Dew lopment Co..,., A FtvtrYur-ToAC111fJ//Sh 11le--1.997/1998. 2f101/2IJ()2. Table3-53 FLORIDA'S TOP TEN EXPORT COMMODMES (1997) (In millions of current u.s. $) Commodity T Yalue($) (I) lliltoi'n>cosslngEq-t 2,263 (2) Parts for Ofnce Equipment 2,083 (3) Ferti i!Urs 1,740 (4) Telecomnwn l catfons Equipment 1,317 (S) ._, Velllde Parts a. -947 (6) Passenger Vehfdes 891 (7) TransmiSSion Parts & 790 -...,.,.. ( 8) l!alloon, Alla'af\, &. 738 (9) Machine PallS 730 (10) Men's & 8<>f'/ SuBs, Ensembles 648 Source: Aortda Selport Tl'ansportatlon and Ec:oOOfl'jt Development Cound!, A Five-Year PUn To At:rxJmpllsh The Hls:slon of 1997/19911 ZOOJ,/2(JQ2. 167

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------------Florida Tnnsponation Table3-54 FLORIDA WATERBORNE TRADE, IN TONS (FY 1996/1997) ..... -Totol can.wr.l 1,099 ,552 1,272,130 3,530,277 Ewtglades 5,835,116 3,676.001 11,036,962 20,548,079 FemancJna 466,106 38,8'14 0 505,000 -"'""" 18,140 105,037 0 123,177 4,665,000 5,101,000 7,51.,000 17 ,300,000 Manatee 1 ,286,342 2,939,748 0 4,226,090 -Hlaml 3,302,511 3,196,723 261,71'() 6 ,761,005 1----Palm Beach 967,982 427,561 1,979,563 3,375,106 ---Otv 407,692 280,-406 175,983 864,081 -Pensacola 326,704 180,665 0 507,369 -Tompo 10,918,300 6,102 ,747 33,567,039 50,588,086 -Total U,.313-55,613/911 108,3"21,270 Sourct : FkricSa 5eac>Ort TransportatiOn aocJ fCOnOmiC De'YdOpment Council, A RYe Ye P!.M 70 Accomplish .,. -oii'Totfd>'s-1997/1998. 200J/2i)I1Z -Table 3-55 FLORIDA WATERBORNE FOREIGN TRADE-DOLLAR VALUE (1997) (In U.S. ament $) ..... -($) -(t) Total (t) Canawral 353,862,368 519,815,322 873,677,690 Eve
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------------Florida Table3-56 FLORIDA CRUISE EMBARKMENTS AND DISEMBARKMENTS (1997) Port OneDayCru._ MuttiDay Cntisc Total Revenue Passengers canavtral 298,268 1,131,286 1,429,554 Everglades 1,266,852 1,253,825 2,S22,671 KeyW ... 0 5)6,400 536,<00 N bft atee 91,654 55,404 147,058 Miami 410,203 2,781,682 3,191,885 Palm Beach 2a8,215 0 Z88,21S ....... 187,851 0 1 81,851 Total t543,o43 5,760,597 8,303,640 source: Florida Seaport Transportation and Economk Deveopment A Fi'ld YW Plln To AtXtJtnp/JSh The Mi$$l()n ol Seapotts 1997/1996. 21J01/100Z. ___ JL __ 169

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Florida Commuter Assistance Programs and Transportation Management Associations e Transportation Management Association (TMA) a Commuter Assistance ....... Program (CAP) Lee County Jacksonville Gold Coast 173

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------------Florida TtanlportlltionAlman;c Tl'ilnsportltlon Demand Management in Florida Statefunded transportation management assodations or organizations (TMAs{TMOs) are operated as publiC/private partnerships, in accordance or cooperation with governme nt local comprehensive plans, and regional commuter services program goals. TMAs and TMOs provide a means for the publi c and private secto r s to respond to local transportation problem s This response may be in the form of advocacy and Information d issemination; provision of transportation or other related services; or some combination of education and tra n sportatio n services. TMAs and TMOs engage In a n umber of promot ional activities to market available transportation alternatives that are simi lar to those of Regional and Local Commuter Services Projects (see below). These educational and promotional activities, however, are conducted within a much smaller geographical area than that ofthe regional and small urban and rural projects. The activities also may be targeted at distinctive markets within the service area The number of employer outreach activities Includes various services, such as education and Information meetings, TOM plans, and follow -up contact, provided to members and potential members. TMAs and TMOs provide various mi xes of serv ices to encourage the use of transportation modes that are alternatives to single-occupant vehicles (SOVs ) These services may include car and van pool formation assistance, offering guaranteed ride home progra ms; provid i ng tedmiea l aSSistance to members, community and employee transportation coordinators ; contracting f or shuttle operations; and advocating work schedule changes, such as compressed work week programs or telecommuting programs. The Florida Department of Transportation (FOOT) operates a Commuter Assistance Program (CAP) that focuses on achieving the following objectlves: ( 1) coordinate transportation Improvements and services with l ocal government; (2) make effective use of existing fadfities and corridors to promote Integrated planning and urban infill; (3) promote and enhance Florida's environment; (4) promote Integrated and accessible transportation system, and (5) Increase energy efficiency of F l orida's transportation system. The F lorida CAP encourages the use of TOM strategies to reduce the number of peak-hour SOVs by promoting carpooling, vanpoolin g, bicycling and transit through publiC/private partnerships and demonstration projects. Partnerships include regional commuter services programs, small urban and rural commuter services offices, and transportation management assodations or transportation management organizations. Funding for the CAP I s allocated to FOOT districts based on a statewide assessment of CAP needs. FOOT is authorized to fund u p to 100 percent of the elig i ble costs of CAP projects if they are deemed regional in scope and appliCation joi n tly by both the district and central office. Funding i s provided for program admin i stration marketing and other opeoational costs. Rnandal assistance is also provided to acqui re computer hardware and software necessary to establish rideshare match ing services. Each district is responsible tor developing an annual work plan. Regional commuter services corporations are operated by private sector organizations under contract to FOOT. They provide free ridematching services; help employers set up TOM programs; promote TOM and translt alternatives through advertising, public relations, and special events; and facilitate the formation of TMAs/11'10s. Small urban and rural CAPs are operated by government agendes. S i milar to regional commuter services corporations, they provide free rldematchlng services. This type of CAP is usually run by a singl e person who may work part t ime on the program. ___ L_ __

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Florida Tra.nsportadon SECTION HIGHUGHTS In 1990, Florida's intrastate freight movement totaled 164.6 mRiion tons, interstate to Florida freight movement totaled 102.5 million tons, and interstate from Florida freight movement totaled 37.6 million tons. For all Interstate freight transport modes (rail, for-hire truck, private truck, air, water) the top three Import commodities in 1990 were petroleum/coal products (35.0 million tons}, coal (22.0 mUIIon tons), food or kindred products .(B.O million tons). The top three export commodities were chemicals or allied products (7 .7 mllllon tons), food or kindred products (6.7 million tons), and chemical or fertilizer minerals (5.4 millio n tons). Th e top three intrastate freight commodities for all modes In 1990 were day, ooncrete, glass, or stone (64.3 million tons); chemical or fertilizer minerals (27. 1 million tons); and chemicals or allied products (19 .3 million tons). In 1990, the top t hree states t hat transport interstate freight to Florida were Louisiana (23.0 million tons), Texas (20.9 million tons), and Kentucky (9.9 million tons). The top three states that receive Interstate from Florida in 1990 were Louisiana (7.8 million tons) Georgia (5.0 million tons), and Alabama (2.5 million tons). ___ JL __ 177

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-------------Florida Transponation Alm=:c\ -----------Table 3 FLORIDA FREIGHT MOVEMENT (1990) Freight Movement Descriptio" lnteo'ltlte" IIO!Jflo!":!!' da!!.---I--'Intel'ltlt8 ftoom Flolicl.a _ (000) -Tona(OOO) ........ -"'::. ::.' ... ___ __ . ____ .j...._:::64:_:::,S08=::_-I--3:.9:::.2::__.j...._s::,6:.3..:5:::.4 _ }jr H'eight 0.0 0.0 102.5 0.1 112 7 0.3 _ _ __ All Modes 164 ,.563.4 100 0 102,462..4 100.0 37,518. 1 100 .0 TRANSEAA.01 by Reeble anCI Assoc:iatts -Aa florkJa Department d Transpcrtatkr'l. Table 3 INTERSTATE FREIGHT COMMODMES BY MODE (1990) RAIL CARLOAD To Floridl Fnwn Florlc:ta Deocrlptlon Tons(OOO) Tons(OOO) Coal 8,895.1 Olemb!S or Allied Pn:MWcts 3,821.S ... -----Lunber or Wood Products 3,846,8 Pulp, Paper or Allied Produd:s 1,801.4 ------Chemic.IS or Allied Products 2.812.0 Foot1 or KJndred Products 1, S6S l FOOd or Klncstecl ProduCtS 2.S?g.3 ww.e or SCrap MateNis 340 5 ------Clay, Conae... Glass or Stone 1,5l2.4 --Chetn Qf' FettiiZtr Materials 1 456.7 o..,., or Stone 237 1 Pvlp, Pipet 0t Alllc!d Products 1 ,389.6 Lumber Or Wood Products 203.3 T r81'1$pott.atl0n Equipment 1,317.3 Other Nonmetallic 206.8 ... .. Otfu!or Nonmetallic Knerats 1,180.6 Tran$p(ll1:a1i0rl Equipment J6t.S 880.2 Chetn or Fertilizer Minerals J 18.0 178

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-------------FJorith T1111laportstion Alm.;:c\ ---------PRIVATE TRUCK To-...... --..... T ... (OOO) _....., Tons(OOO) Lumber Ot Wood Products 11BV.4 Peb'oleum or Coal Products 1,284 5 FoOO or Prcl6u
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-------------FJorids TrsDSpoasdoiJ ALL MODES Tol'lodda Ftoml'lorlclo Tons(OOO) Description Peb'Oieum or Coal Proclld:s 35,030.4 0\emkals or Allied Produds O>al 22,617.5 l'oocl or Klrodred Produm Food or Kindred Procluct:s 7,985.6 Olem or Ftrt!Hzer Mlnmls t.umt>er or Wood PI'OduGt$ 6..SS3. 4 Pulp, P-Ipet or Allied PtOCiuc:ts Olemlcals or Allied Produet:s Fann Products Olcm or FortUIZer Minerals 4,482-2 Lumber Of W()O(J Products Cl.ay, Concrete, G&ass or Stone 3,793.0 Petroleum or coal Prodtm Miscellaneous f.tl(ed 2,911.1 Miscellaneous Mixed Slllpments Pulp, Paper or Allied PfOCP.Icts 2,521.9 Clay, Concrete, Glass or Stone Other Nonmeta111c Minerals 2,115.8 Pt1mary Metal Products SO'Jrce: TRANSEARCH by Reetlle and Assodat2s via Rorlda of Trcmsportatlon. Ton:s(OOO) 7,720.3 6,747.1 5,364.0 3,323.6 3,012.0 2,26<1.4 1,982.3 1,017.8 705.7 601.2 181

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Table 3-59 INTRASTATE FREIGHT RAIL CARLOAD RAIL INTERMODAL ..... (000} Doocriplioft ..... (000) Chem 01 Fe* .,.eals n-.1 Htr:!d SHptnetltS l,lSt. l --Otner Nonmetallic Mnerats II,G98.0 -"9 Contol .... lOU Chtmlals or Allied ProdtJCt:s 7 289.1 O&y, Concrete, or S'tdl!d P!o64.$ ,...._r..mc ... """ ,.,. Of Ailed Protklcts lOU W..U 0t Scrap Hlltmats :t.l FOR-HIRE TRUCK TLL FOR-HIRE TRUCK Ln Detcription Tons(OOO) ...._. T on (000) O.v Corette, Gtss or Stone 10,590.6 Pulp, PIQtt or Allied Prod ucts fJ-4 Oltm!CM or Allied Products 10,402 0 f(IOCI or 1Cindttd $3.3 food or Dlclf!d Procl.laS l.nS.l ,_.....,,.._ 50.2 t..uMtltt Ot Woocl ),061.6 -. .. -.. 44. 1 Coal 1114 2 --OWnlc:llJ Of All!d Pnxl ucts 38 7 P\llp, PJper or AJIIe4 70).6 Apptrel or Rellted Prod ucts 18.0 M eta l Proe1utts 646.0 -.. M'lted Mttter 14 5 ----_ .. ____ Pl'fmlty Metat Products 597.1 M IChlntrv .... Tr l n5p0f'tatl0t\ 259.7 PWollum or Coal Pn:Jducts 14 0 --,IM'I Pnxlucts 167.7 l.i.lmtllr Of Wood Products U 6 182

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PRIVATE TRUCK Description Clay, concrete, Glass ex ston e or C'oal Proooas Food or Kindred Products Chenicals a Ailed Products Lumber or Wood Ptoducts Pl1i'lted Netter Pulp, P ape r o r Allied Product$ f abrtcated Metal Products Rubtlcr Or NISCCII81100U$ PlllstiC:S &ctrte31 Equipment WATER FREIGHT Description Petroleum or Cbal Products ottler Nonmetallic Minerals ChemiCals Ailed Ptoducts Fresh Fish or Marine Products Olem or Fertilizer Mineral$ Food l
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-------------Florida Trsnspol'tstion ----------Table 3-60 FLORIDA INTERSTATE FREIGHT BY STATE (1990) RAIL CARLOAD T o Florida Fn:HII Florida T ... (OOO) -Tons(OOO) 8,093 6 """"'" 1M!).4 G
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Florida Tntnsportation AJman"1c' Table 3-60 (continued) FLORIDA INTERSTATE FREIGHT BY STATE (1990) FOR HIRE TRUCK LTL -To florida From Ftorida -TonslODOI -GNYtala 177.1 NewYotk 151. 5 Illinois Ohio 149A T'"'s Alabama 137.$ Qlfomla New"""' 94.6 Tcnncsooe Mlchlaan 91.7 "'"""'"'"'"' C.llranla 91.1 Alabama North Carolin a 82.8 Newlersev """ 74. 7 69.0 OhiO PRIVATE TRUCK To Florida From Florida state TonslDOO) state Geomla 2.2135 Georola Alabama 446.9 Alabama SOUth C81'0IINI 439.8 Hlslt!siool ""'"''"" 415.1 Ncntl cardlna Louisiana 275.5 Ne'NYorl< North carolina 211.8 Penn
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Florida Trsnsponstion Table 3-60 (continued) FLORIDA INTERSTATE FREIGHT BY STATE (1990) WATER FREIGHT To-From Aoridl -Tons(OOO) ..... Tons(-) L.oui5ill"'8 20870.1 LouiSiana 6.8-48.l Tex .. 18,885.9 Texas --1,558 1 --MisIO>a 141.9 North Cln)lll\l J4.9 MO
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Florida Trsnsportation SEtnON HIGHUGHTS There are currently five travel and traffic management Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) projects in Florida. The projects include Jacksonville's Transportation Management Center and Seminole County's Traffic Action Center, among others. There are also five enroute driver Information ITS projects currently occurring throughout the state. The projects incl11de Bay County's Hathaway Bridge Surveillance and Motorist Information System and the Traveler Information Radio Network, among others. Other ITS projects throughout the state include those related to traffic control (e.g Broward County ITS Operations Facility Master Plan), electronic payment (e.g., SunPass/Eiectronic Toll and Traffic Management In South Florida), and commercial vehicle operations (e.g., Advantage 1-75). ___ L _ 189

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Florida Trsnap<>ttation FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT AnON INTELUGENT TRANSPORTAnON SYSTEM PROGRESS REPORT (Through June 1997) District Two Contaa PetSOn: Marc Bounds (90<) 381 Dl:stric:t TWo Contact Person: Marc Bounds (90<) 381-8729 Dl$triet Three Contact Penon: Oll'f Johnson (850) 6J8..02SO Dlstric:t F"rve Bob laitoonl (407) 323. ext. 5629 Olstric:t lEight Contact Person: Chester Charder (850) 921-()973 Dl"""" two Contact Person: MarcBouoos (904) 381-8729 Three Cont.Kt Person: attr )OI'Inson (850) 638..0250 DistriCt Fow Cont.a. Pef'$01'\: Matt. Plass (95<) 777-4350 Dl"""" Elght COntact Ptr$:ln ; Olester Olanckr (850) 921-<1973 Central Ofl'k:e Contact Person: Yp;Hoang (850) 414 Travel and Traffic Management Syltef'l\. 1 10trom I-tS to 1: Construc:Uon plans to lnstall notr Ol)tlec.ble, cameras and vetalde detedton de'lbs along SIX (6) miles d 1-10 are complete. ConstnJction bt9an In SeJ)tt'mber 1997. JKUonvUkt Tranaportatlon Center: c:onstruaion plans to loCate a 1,600-square root Transportat;on ManagementCentetfot the lieksoiWIUe's ransport.atlon Systems are complete. Coostructlon began I n Sf#2mber 1997. TallahaiMI Advanced name ,...,...ment System: (CXy Proje(t-Fl>el' & Wcteo constructiorl phase was k!IUated September 1997; sottware RFP WJS tiSOiS:SueciStptembtr 1997) Features to be Included 10 ChiS h'fbtd tramc management SV$tem lndud e 170type tlekl eqtlpmeft, \1deo monltort'lg, traveler aer cut occurS that S&fT AC wJR qJerate l-4 Monlorlnglnlormadon System SUrveillance and (SMIS), tnt(t:lvm rJIIxedttghway........,Radlo(HAR )sysOemsactneWest ,., 8Nch ancf Canoe O'eek PiaU$ wh"" fulty opetJtklnal. A loc:aUon for a thln:l HAR Clepfovment I S tQr 1 and the Turnpike. The RFl. wtlk:h Will support the ATIS RFP 1$ Sdle
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------------FJorids --------Traffic Control ..;; Urban Tiafflc Control System District Four Contact Person: f4al1< PfaSS (9 54) 777-4350 Dlstrlc:t Four Co:ltact Person: M a rk P lass (95<1) nNJSO District fiYe Contact: Person: loe Berenls at OOCEA
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-----------Flocids SECTION HIGHLIGHTS Exit Interviews by the Aorida Tourism industry Marketing Corporation indicated that top origin states for air visitors to Florida were New York, canromla, and Ohio while auto visitor top origins were Georgia, Ohio, and Tennessee. The top destinations of air visitors surveyed were Dade County, the OrangeOsceolaWalt Disney World region, and Broward County. The top destinations for auto visitors surveyed were the Orange-osceola-Walt Disney World region and Bay and Volusla counties. Exit interviews indicated that vacationing was the primary reason for both air and auto visitors coming to Florida. "Visiti ng friends and relatives" was listed as the second most common reason for coming to Florida for auto visitors while ''Business" was the second roost common reason for air visitors. The major lodging type of both air and auto visitors surveyed In 1996 was "Hotel/Motel." staying with friends and relatives was the second roost common lodging type. Tourism-related sales tax collections totaled $2.34 billion, a 10.1 percent increase compared to th e previous year. T axable spending in the 'Tourism and Recreation" category totaled $37.9 billion, an increase of 7.3 percent over the previous year. Florida Department of Revenue A total of 781,400 persons was directly employed in travel-related jobs in Florida In 1996, reflecting a 6.6 percent increase over the previous year. Florida Department of Labor and Employment Security The statewide hotel and motel occupancy rate averaged 73.0 percent in 1996, an increase of 2 6 percentage points compared to the previous year. PKF Consulting The inventory of hotels and motels In Florida as of March 1997 reflected 4,641 establishments with 339,430 rooms, a 0.4 percent Increase in rooms over the previous year. Department of Business and Professional Regulation The number of eating establishments In the state totaled 35,664 with a seating capacity of 2,958,888. Department of Business and Professional Regulation 195

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-------------Florida Transportation Alman"';;'c' -----------Table4-1 VISITORS TO FLORIDA IN 1996 vo.fto0 -4MtofTotal 11195 ......... ( .... ) .,, 23,51 0,157 54.7 2 1 518,096 9.3 .,., 1 9 491.,583 4 S.3 19, 164 218 -1. 4 T
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Table4-4 MAIN PURPOSE OF TRJP FOR AIR VISITORS SURVEYED Rlnl< .. ._ HH("'l 1995("') 1994( ... ) I -34.9 34. 8 34. 8 2 Business (Co./GcM./,._,1 ) 34.3 28.9 29 .5 --3 --28.3 30.1 28.7 -4 2.9 2. M -5 eMs< 1 1 2.4 2.1 1 IIO<>oymOQO 0 9 0 6 0.7 ..... 1 OOile< 0 9 0 8 0 1 Source: Aottda Tourism lndustryMartcetlf'll) Coqx:wcltlon, 1996 Rorlt:/1 Table4-5 T OP TEN ACTIVITIES ENJOYED lN FLORJDA BY AIR VISITORS SURVEYED .. 1_( ... ) 1995 (1\ib) liM( ... ) I 2:0.1 21. 0 20.5 2 -16. 2 1.5.8 1 6 .1 ) Beaches u s 13 2 1 3 6 4 Olm.,. 12 0 11.7 t 12.-'1 -5 -8.3 8 3 8 5 ... 6 Attractions (and Day Ctvisl8s) 7.8 7.7 7.2 ... -7 Dancinglftlght Ufe 4 0 3 6 ) 8 8 Golf 3 2 3 0 3.4 9 -Sites 2.6 2.3 ,_. 1 0 """'""'0'""" """'"" 2.3 2 .8 I 2.4 .... SQurao: Flc<1da T"""""'"""""' Marlceang Caporallon, 1996 Rotk/4 ..-..... 198

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Origin Georgia 01\IO Tennessee North carolina l'-11chlgan SOuth Carolina Illinois Alabama Ootat1o Pennsylvania Total Top 1 0 Flodda Transpottstion Table4-6 E5nMATEO EXPENDITURE PATTERNS OF AIR VISITORS SURVEYED PER PARTY PER DAY c:mgooy 19M($) 1.9115 ($) Transportation 12 .73 11.08 Gasoline 2.38 2.30 fOod (Gdglng 37.36 lU7 -Entrtarnment 1D.60 9.18 Gills 7 .91 7.69 OlhC< 7A8 7.32 Total 110.94 102.59 O..nge(%) 8.1 SOUn:t: Flori$ Tourism lndllstry Marketing Corporation, 1996FiotltD Table4-7 TOP TEN ORIGIN STATES/PROVINCES OF AUTO VISITORS SURVEYED 1996 19!15 1.994 1993 Rank .... Rank ... Raok ... Rank ... Ranlc 1 17.6 1 16.0 1 15.8 1 15.8 1 2 6.0 2 5.7 2 6.0 2 6 .0 2 3 5 5 5.5 4.7 3 5.0 6 4.5 5 4 5.1 3 5.3 4 4.7 7 4.2 7 5 4.6 5.5 4.7 6 4.5 3 5.3 6 6.5 4.3 9 4.3 7.5 4.3 8.5 4.1 -. 6.5 4.3 -10 4.2 0 9 8 .5 4.2 7 4.6 7.5 4 3 8.5 4.1 4 8.5 '4.2 -10 4.2 5 5 .1 8 10 3.8 10 4.1 10 4.0 -59.3 49. 4 53 53.1 Sourt!!: Florlda Towtsm lnd""'V Mll....,ng COI()OI'aUon, l9961'1Md4 SlWY(1997). 1992 ... 15.1 6.8 4.8 4.4 4.5 0 4.2 5.2 4.3 0 49. 3 ___ JL __ 199

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----------Flonda Trllllsporr:>.rion Alman "": c \ -------Tabl e 4-8 T OP TEN DESTINAnONS OF AUTO VISnO RS S U RVEY ED 1096 1995 1994 1093 1992 OHttrurtlons r ------.... .. ..... .. .... .. .. .... .. Orlal\d'o Area I 24.3 I 2.l. S I 2 1 4 I 20.8 1 21.2 .. ... eay 2.5 14.1 2 1 4 0 2 1 3 8 2 12.8 2 1 3.6 -VO!uSia 2.5 !4.1 J U.2 3 12.0 J 11.6 J 13. 4 .. ---ouval 7 5 s 6.9 5 6 8 8.5 5.5 1 6 0 Brev.lrd 5 6 7 6 6.4 4 7.1 6 6 0 5 5 6 1 M-. c--Ol.IG
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-------------Florida Tr.wsportsdonAlmS1.11c,. Table4-10 TOP TEN ACTIVITlES EN!IOYED IN FLORIDA BY AUTO VISITORS SURVEYED Rank 1 2 3 4 s 6 7 8 8 10 Adlvlty 1996(%) 1995(%) Sllopp!tlg/'Rest:aurants 19.9 18.5 Rest/Relixadon 17.6 17.6 ... ell .. 14 .3 14 1 Olmate 12.3 11 4 Altracttons (and oav cruses) 8. 5 8.9 POOIMMVes 6 4 6 1 H lstorlcal Sites 3 5 3.6 Flshtng 3.1 2.11 Golf 3 1 3.0 Doncll>g/Hight ure 2.2 2.2 Table4-11 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE PATTERNS OF AUTO VISITORS SURVEYED PER PARTY PER DAY category 1996($) 1995($) TrillSI)OC'tation 0 .56 0.69 Gae 4 .71 4. 44 Food (Grocery) 6 .70 6.29 FOOd 13.17 11.43 L.odglng 22.116 18.76 Ente-t 8.30 7.51 Gills 4 .15 4 1 0 Other 3.78 3.35 Yotal 64.23 56 58 Olanl'cr SM/y 1994(%) 11<5 17.2 14.6 12.5 8.6 6.0 3.5 3.1 3.1 2.4 ___ JL __ 201

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------------Florida TIQDsportadonAlman-:c \ ----------Table4-12 AIR VISITOR E5nMATES BY MONTH --1095 ....... ( .... ) January 2,155,081 2,.130,415 1 2 -2,257,97 .. 2,135,068 s.e """' 2,752, 740 2.518,235 9 3 Qu.rterl 7,tiS,7tS 1,783,711 5.6 .... 2.363,529 2.285,258 3 4 ""' 1,9$2, 157 1,612,955 21.0 Junt 1,766,742 1,467,789 20 4 qua-n .......... f----U.4 July 1,751,997 1 ,499,574 16.8 August 1 ,903,62 1 1, 745,787 9.0 -1,253,024 1,238,624 1.2 QuartiWm 4,"'64:Z ......... ... O TotalforY .. 23.S10.lS7 .......... 9.3 Sowte: -Tounsmlnd""'Y-.....,..Siz.W(l997). 202

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P/orids Transportation Table4-13 AIR VISITOR IESTlMATES BY AIRPORT Airport LOcation ltl6 1!195 O.ytona Beach 163,331 156, 640 4.3 Fort Lauderdale 2,178,605 2,076,1 0 7 4 9 Fort lo\\<1$ l,.l46,31S 1,229 71$ 9 5 lacksonvllle 756,653 630 751 20.0 Helbolll\e 150 254 129, 704 15.8 M ... 7,.273,431 6,5 1 6,386 11. 6 Orlancfo ?,015,401 6,264,530 12.0 Panamaaty 91,390 95,458 ... 3 Pensacda 248,675 213 ,488 1 6 5 Sarasot;J/Btadenton 373,011 395,723 5 7 'hllahassee S3,67S 100,540 4.6 Tampa 2 654,806 2,502,946 6.1 West Palm Beach 1,204,610 1 206)) 7 5 .0.1 Tota l For Year 23,510,3.57 21,5U,CIS6 9.3 Source : Aolfda Tour1sm Industry Marioottng Cbrporatk)n, 1996 Fladda lo15mr SluoY(199 7 ). 203

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-----------Flodds 1i'an$pcrtsrion Alman-:c' ----------Table4-14 AtiTO VISITOR ESTIMATES BY MONTH --lOIS Chongo( .. ) January 1,144,648 1,321,239 .9 --FebNaoy 1,284,263 1 ,458,237 .9 f....... 2,3Nl,OOJ 2,478,086 -s.z Quarter I 4,777,914 S.,257,N2 -9.1 Apnl 2,392,696 -6 6 "'Y 1,556,972 1,535,3S7 -1.8 lllne 1.810,612 1 ,760,2S7 2.9 QuarterD 5,901,563 .5 July 1,992,117 2,240,941 11.1 August 1,747,460 1,762,519 .o.g september 1,208,274 1,200.339 0.7 Qulrterm 4,947,851 5,2031791 ..... Octcller 1,117,633 1,090,.510 2.5 -November 1,241,351 1,158,496 Oe
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Table 4-15 F LORIDA AIR AND AUTO HISTORICA L VISITOR ESTIMAT E S ERIE S (1980-1996) 1980 Ai r AIIOD ,._ Q u arter 1 3,121.,917 2,7SOJ284 5,872,20 1 QtJartern 2 535,580 tm,674 5 313 254 Quarterm 1..880,%0 2,852 197 4 ,732,657 Quarter IV 1,825,370 2,302,193 4,127,563 Total 9,363,3%7 20,045,675 1981 Air -Total Quartarl 3 ,313,939 2,693 204 6.(l07,143 Quarter 11 2t726,304 5,797,852 Qttarte r Ill 2,137,732 2,89 1 ,476 S,Ol9,l08 Qua rte r rv 2,19415!M 2,193,904 4.388 498 Total 21,222,7 0 1 1M2 A k AlltO Total giJ:Irter J 3,53 1 ,664 2,.634,667 6 1 66,331 Quarter I I 2 944 587 3,230,612 6,175 199 Quarb!r JU 2.209,89 2 3, 2 73,843 5,483,735 Q uarter IV 2,337,414 2,818,066 5 155,490 Total ll,OU,557 11,957,188 22,980,745 1983 Ai r -Total Quarter I M87,400 3 1 28 638 6, 616,038 Quartern 2 733,622 3,442 ,785 6,176tt 0 7 Querter fil 1/J $5,371 3,$1 2 ,900 5,798,277 Quarterrt 2,1 68,752 2,922,894 5,091.646 Total 10, 375,151 13,307,217 23,682t38 8 .... Air ..... Total Quarter I 4,109 812 3,600,457 7,710,269 Quarter II 3 28 1 ,158 4 ,109 895 7 ,39 1,053 Ill 2,591,344. 3,711, 156 6 ,302,500 Ql.lllrtc r tV 2,.683,420 3,24 2,.264 5 ,925,684 Total 1.2,165,734 14,663, 772 2 7,319,50 6 .... Air AIIOD -Quarter 1 -1---4,045,011 3,704,341 7,749,352 Quarte r II 3,519, 187 1,327 212 7 ,646 999 Quarter m 4631,758 4,212,206 6,8 4 3,964 Quert.er IV 3 557 454 6,410 109 Total 13,049,211 15,801,213 28,850,424 Source: A ortda T ourtsm lrdJSby Martedng Corporall0!\1 1996 Florfd3 Stvo)r ( l997). 205

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-------------Florida TrsnsporradonAlm...;;:c' -----------. Table 4 (continued) Ft.ORJDA AIR AND AUTO HISTORICAL VISITOR ESTlMATE SERJES {1980) 1992 Air ...... Toal Quarter I 5,895,902 5,333,751 11,229,659 Quarter U 4,609,263 5,299,421 9,908,681 QuarterDI 4;454,383 5,360,938: 9,815,321 Quarter IV 4,490,853 5,091.677 9,582,530 Tota l 1!1,450,401 2.1,085,793 1993 Air Total Quarter I S,959,AS6 5,730,703 11,690 159 Quarter II 5 ,185,283 5,347,114 10,532,397 Quarter JU 5,629,779 9 499,226 Quarter IV 4,724,304 4,586,474 9,3IO,n4 Total 19,738!490 21,204,A)70 41,032,560 1994 Air Auto Total Quarter I 6,t30,ns 5,056,269 11,186,984 Quarter II 5,466,554 4,671,588 10,138,1 42 Quarter Ill 4,829,042 5.-141,200 9,973,242 Quarter lV 4.-935,183 3,649,926 Total 21,361,494 18,521.983 ... )83,477 1lltS Air ...... Total Quarter I 6,783,718 5,257,562. 12,041,280 QuarterU 5,366,0U 5,908,563 11,274,574 Quarternt 4,483,9a5 5,203,799 9,687,784 QuarterN 4,884,382 3,394,294 8,278,676 Total 22,S18,A)96 11,764,2.11 41,282_,314 1996 Air ...... Tolal Quarter! 7,165,.795 4,n7,9t4 11,943,709 Quarter II 6,082,A28 5;760,280 11,842,708 Quarter Ill 4,908,642 4,947.sst 9,856,493 Quamr lV 5,353, 192 4,005,538 9,3Sll,830 -1 23,510,157 19,492,583 so...ce: Ronda Tourism Industry Marl
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F/orids Transportation Atmsn'1c' Table4-16 FLORIDA VISITORS BY REGION (1989) ..... Region Visitors .... -k "'"'"""' 7,39 9,580 19 1 4 """" .. 4 ,905,54 1 12.7 6 central east 17.1 5 Cel'lb'al 11,614,149 30.0 2 ceMtal west 7,j!08,215 20.2 3 Southw
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Florida Tr:ansportadon Table 4-16 (continued) FLORIDA VISITORS BY REGION (1989-1996) .... Region -.... ...... -?,224,4SS 18. 3 3 -... 4,127,814 10.4 6 central EISl 6,570,550 16.6 s .,..,.., 10,SS4,1S2 26.7 2 c.ntro!West 6,713,120 17.0 --2,590,723 6.6 7 -13, 386 ,130 33. 8 I ................ .......... ............... 1HZ -.... -7,163,915 17.7 4 .......... 3,892,369 9.6 6 Ctt'ltrJI fiSl 6,668,524 16 5 5 antral 10,965,.3:30 27 1 2 Cb'ltra l West 7,459,848 18.4 J -2 903,170 7.2 -13,560,302 33.5 1 ................. ......... ......... 40,53f,lM 1 The percentages w11 eaect 100 petC8'It Since some -Asltors spend tme In men than one region. Sout
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Florida Transportation Table 4 (continued) FLORIDA VISITORS BY REGION (1989) '"' Region .......... ... """"""" 7,079,467 17.3 Northeast 4,212,934 10.3 6 Central East 6,519,393 15.9 5 Ceooal 10,713,397 26.1 2 central West 7,384;146 18.0 3 SoothW
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Florida Tn.nsponadon Alman-;;'c Table 4 (continued) FLORIDA VISITORS BY RfGION (1989-1996) 199< Region -,.. ..nk .......... 6 ,976,711 16.9 ........ 3,$80,$38 9.4 6 Central East 6,1 S1,06S 14.9 s centTal 10,444 ,425 25.3 2 Central Wtst 7.306,970 11.1 3 SOUthweSt 2,889,762 7.0 7 SOUI!leost 13 ,747,011 33.3 I Regions ........... State Estimate 4l,ua,314 1 .... ion ,.. .. .. .......... 6,905,797 16 1 .......... 4,445,4 1 8 10. 3 6 Central E86t 6 ,552,168 JS. 2 5 Central 11, 213,905 26.1 2 Cenbal Wesl. 7,642,175 17.8 3 .......... 3,032,859 7. 1 7 --Southeast 13,525,860 31.5 I sum of lltegjou 53,3U,U1 Stlte htfmate 43,001,740 1be Will exceed 100 percent since some \'lsibn spend tme In more than one region. SOUe: FIQo1do T ourism I ndustry Haricellng CorporaiiOn, 1996 Rotitl'ls.t!>' .sltdy( 1997). --.. ___ JL __ 212

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------------Florida Transportadon Alman-::c' :rable4-17 FLORIDA VISITOR FORECAST (1997) {in millions) Quarter/Year l9t7 ChaAge ltH-1997 (Ofo) Quarter I U .397 3.8 Quarter n 11.157 5.8 Quarter m 10.456 6.1 QuorterJV 9.711 3.8 Total1997 43.721 1-7 1998 Cllang e 1997 (%) Quarter I 12. 921 4.2 Quarter 11 11.635 4.3 -C)JartcriU 10.865 3.9 QUarter rv 10.073 3.7 Totat1998 45At4 4.1 1999 C""oge1tt8-1999 (%) Qwrtetl 13-386 3.6 12.036 3.5 Quarter III 11.232 3.4 QU!Ijtet IV 10.417 3.4 Totll1999 47.074 ... ___ JIL __ Z/3

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. Table4-18 HOTEL/MOTEL OCCUPANCY RATES AND AVERAGE DAILY ROOM RATES TWELVE MONTHS ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1996 ........ OCCUpancy o.Mty ltoom Rate 1996($) lHS($) Aladtua,IM&tiOn COuntieS 72.6 7U 57.95 ss.s s Brevard/ I ndian RMr/Martln CountSes 60.5 59.8 67.91 65.$9 8tuwrd COUnty &4.2: .... 82 .03 80.1)4 Collier COunty 83.3 1'.1.8 78 80 7$.25 Dade County 73.5 70. 8 uz.oz 106.33 Duval County 76 4 7S. 4 69.09 63.11 _,_eou_ 67. 1 65.9 n .11 73.93 Lee COunty 66 7 64. 5 136.38 134.67 l eon County 70.4 73 1 SO.ll 47.72 Monroe County 71. 1 68.9 133.46 129. 36 0<> ... C<>on!les 81. 4 75.7 65.15 60.31 Palm CQunty 71.5 69.2 1 47.39 1<10.63 Panhandle 66.5 69.0 81(). 28 75 99 v....,eo..>ty 55. 6 56. 0 66.66 62.6 1 """'""""' 71.4 72.2 100.79 96. 25 -7:1.0 70.4 12.75 ..... 214

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Flo.tids Transportsdon Table-19 FLORIDA AS THE INTENDED FIRST ADDRESS IN THE UNITED STATES (for selected origin countries, revised 1994-1995) Total to Florida Total to United Staties eo. ..., 1994 1995 a.ange(%) 1994 1995 Chaoge (%) T otal Overseas w/ Me)lfco 4,099,384 4,161r526 LS 20,107,799 21,709,735 8.0 Wettem Europe 1,757,799 :1,866,169 ... 7,864,892 8,492,347 8.0 Ftance 101,.588 US,OJ4 13.2 8231192 921,630 12.0 Germany 300,698 357,393 18.9 1,622,835 1,847,973 13.9 !lilly 71,510 71,567 0.1 526,537 524,892 .0.3 Netherlands 801743 75,591 .1 370,803 408,153 10.1 NOM>y 16,388 17,270 5.4 101,(194 103,096 2.0 Spain 57,514 59,991 4.3 274,597 302,083 10.0 Sweden 32,867 35,148 6.9 204,293 21 9,283 7.0 55,910 66,<)48 18.2 349,237 396,801 13.6 Un:ted Kingdom $94,917 924,106 3.3 2,772,345 2,888,195 4.2 South America 1,U8,3l8 1,225,101 8.6 2,U1,985 2,449,181 16.0 Argentina 181,126 161.685 .7 388,291 381,904 1.6 Brazil 405,683 21.9 652,412 838,365 28.5 01110 56 438 <',168 15.5 123 ,334 152,018 23.3 COlombia ...... .993 125,133 -3.0 225,555 233,012 I 3.3 EOJadOr 54;191 48,787 .0 96#663 9'1,770 1.2 Peru 75,025 10,712 .7 118.,388 126,ns 7.1 Venezuela 259,41? 305,502 17.4 415.610 511,327 23.0 -Central America 1281635 206,139 .8 S13,0S4 508,695 -o.g Other Countries/Regions -.... 138,951 160,680 15.6 5,550,847 6,616,203 19.2 lapan 100,310 118,4&4 18. 1 3,804,551 4,S98,3S4 20.9 /wstralla 16,109 15, 769 2.1 406, 996 423,631 4 .1 caribbean 499,858 -466,408 1,030,855 1,043,719 1.3 Nexico 235,416 118,677 -49.6 1,649,853 1 ,070,7 69 .1 Note: TNs Is the otl'iclal deta base used by the Aorfda Tourism Industry CCI'J)Oratlon for esttnates d lntemattonel travelers to FlM:fa. Figures do not 100\sde Canadian data. Finally, due to computer at the Immlgratton and Naturalll.atlon SeMce (INS), the 1996 '"IntencJed Address .. data were not available at the mne of publication of the 1996 Flolfd8 was J)lii'Ud *" Jtme 1997. SOurrkM ,_, 5!1ldy(1997). ___ JL __ 215

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Table4-20 STATEWIDE TOTAL AND TOURISM/RECREATION" TAXABLE SALES PERCENT CHANGE: 1996/95 (In $ billions) Total noble TourislftJRecJ'eat:jon --Month/QUirtw 1006 ""'-1006 O.Onge Stab&Mde ...... T our./Rec. ..... T-1995 ('II>) ..... 1tt5 ('II>) January 14.36 11 3.08 8 .2 15.30 12.1 3 .48 72_ _ -Mardi 16.5< 8.5 3.11 6 .5 ----Quarter I 46.20 10.7 10.2:7 7.3 April ---15.43 u.s 3.28 6.1 May 14.98 5 0 3 .02 us ,..,. 14.74 4.9 3.02 2.S ll 45.15 7.1 9.32 7.4 -,., 141. 82 8.5 3.14 August 14.99 11.0 2.82 3 9 14.11 4.2 2.75 7 1 ------QUirte:r ID 43.92 7.9 1.71 O
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HSA fort Lauderdale fo.M,.,. Fort Pierce Fort WaltOn Jaci
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Florida Tr:.nsportation Table4-22 TOURIST DEVELOPMENT T AX COLLEC'nONS (1995) County Tax 1096($) .... ($) I 011"!10(%) Alactlua 3 997;'U6 9$2,803 1.5 Boy 2 2 541,326 2,633,607 3 5 2 --42,252 38.4 Brevard 3 3 $33,702 3,'161,601 10.7 B>Walocoa 2 1 ,67'9,840 1,764,097 .... Ok>
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------------Florida TrsnsportstionAJman-:'c\ ----Table 4-22 (continued) TOURIST DEVELOPMENT TAX COLLEcnONS (1995) Cauaty T a x Rato (%) 19K($) 1995($) CfJange santa Rosa 2 80,711 76,184 5 9 sarasota 2 3M11.251 2.935 297 5.3 seminole 3 1,251,725 1,068 755 17.1 2 Ja,563 34,415 12.1 VOliSia 2 4,-471,912 3,633,606 23.1 WelllfOmla 43.982 3.6 12.9 -2 florida ZI.OSO L& 3 T"'as 21.157 4.4 6.2 4 New York 20.713 3.9 6.1 5 lllnols 1 4 .883 6.7 4.4 6 Nevada 14.485 12. 5 4.3 7 Newlersev 11.187 4.5 3.3 8 PennsYivanta 10. 589 4.0 3.1 9 Georgia 9 795 6.8 2.9 10 VIrgini a 9.479 5 8 2.8 Note: These flgures renect: tourism a ctMty by both resklents and vlSiors. Data ror 1995 and 1996 were not avallaM! when stulty bo low was pi'Opan!'IS. source: Florida Tourism Industry Corporation, 1996 FkNfda Y.lsitor 5rztd)t(1997). 219

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Florida Transpo.ttation Alman Section V: TRANSPORTATION FINANCING __________ JL ________ __ 221

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PJorids Transportation SECTION HIGHUGHTS In 1996, 71.7 percent of Florida's revenues used for its State-administered highways came from State sources such as motor fuel taxes, road and aossirig tolls, and bond refunds, among others. Also, 25.9 percent of the revenues used for these highways came from federal sources, With the remaining 2.4 percent coming from local sources. State sources (e.g., motor fuel taxes, motor carrier taxes, etc.) accounted for 95.5 percent of the revenues used for local road and streets in Florida in 1996. The remaining 4.5 percent carne from local sources. The primary source of revenues used by local governments In Rorida for highways was local In nature (75 2 percent), speclflcaUy motor fuel and vehicle taxes, original bond Issues, appropriations from general funds, property taxes and special assessments, and other local sources in 1995. State sources accounted for 24.6 percent of the revenues used by local governments and federal sources aooounted for less than 1 percent. In 1995, the sources of funding for transit operations in Aorida break down as follows: 8.8 percent federal funds, 10.1 percent State funds, 44. 6 percent local funds, and 36.5 percent system revenue. The sources of transit capital funding for Florida in 1995 is as follows: 61.1 percent federal funds, 25.2 percent State funds, 13.6 percent local funds, and less than 1 percent from system revenue. The motor fuel tax rate for gasoline In Florida as of December 31, 1996, was 12.5; this represents a 28.9 percent increase over the motor fuel tax rate of 9 .7 in 1985. The automobile registration fee In Florida for 1998 Is $31.25. 223

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Ta bl e 51 FLORID A S TRAN SPOR TATION TAX SO U RCES (1998) I 1 t:stimated Prooeecll: tt; In mUUonsl Fund/TaxScM.Iree Description Ra ... (CY1998) ( au-uses ...,_ federa l High way AdmlnistraHon Federal highway fuel taxes Ol:tlet I Gasoline .... 1 5.454/ga l I exCISe and hea\ly veNde use a nd sa1es Gasoi>OI 6 954/0al 838 Highway TNst Fund (Highway ACCOunt) taxes d varvlna 'amounts. o,..., .... None Federal tax:es on I\OI"'CQmmen:kl a'Jtatlon A'-'91$ . . 19.34/Qal Fede ra l A\iatlon Admlnlstradon fuel, alrtlne tiCkets, waybill$. and let FUel 21.84/gal None 58 AII'J)Oit & Nrwat Trvst Fui'ICI I Ttcket tax 9% + $1.. 00 lnten'\.MiOnal deeartures. wa""" we . .... 6,25% TtanSit AdmlnlStrttiOn Highway Trust Fund (Mass Federa l highway fuel taxes. ,.. tutls . . . 2 ..$5(/gat None 1 9S T...,.. ""'-> n/a General Fl.lncl ons Federa l Rail AdmitiiSb'at!On Genera l Fond .... nla None u State for state Use FY IM7 AI M! l ........ 9.01 /0 al GtR sel'\lfee cNrge . . . . . s3 Fuel Talc H IQhWay a n d Off-highway fuels {not Ad"*l. Olarge ... .. .. 2 (F S. 206.4 1 ( 1 )(g)) inducfong attematr.oe" fuels, such as LPG tJ1(1r$fetS 10 (F. S. 20U7(1 )(e)) and CHG). MISCellaneouS ae JJ

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Tab l e 5 (conti n u ed ) FLORID A'S TRAN SPORT AnON TAX SOURCES (1998) Fund/Tax Source I Description State For State Use lQ)ntinued Fuel use Tax & Fee Identification decal s & taxes on fuels consumed by e ( F.S. 207.003, 207. 0 04) vehlel Use Tax) (F.s. 206 41(1!(a),(b),(c)) (F.S. 206.87(1 (>),207.003) Local N inth-cent Gas Tax I A l l Ngllway ruets. LO
    .s. 2(16. 87 1 c ,336.025) An highway rue1s. Revenue estimates are subject to change throughOut ttte fiscal year. ** Less th a n $05 mil. source: Aorfda t)e90rtment o1 Tl"atlsportaUon, 1998). atimated Proceeds rs in mi lfionsu Ro ... (CY19H) other Uses nansoortatlon Decals . . $4/y>" F uel$ Prevallklg riles FY 1997 01Sb1butlons I GIR seMce d!a rge .. .. .. .. 1 Admlntsll'ative charge 2 10 Total .. .... 3 Based on V611de wtiOhC Edt.ICitJon capital expenditures 101 359' G/R seMce charge 6 one-arne . .. . . . $100 General Fund 34 74 Total .. ..o Each ........... .. .... $21 Gflt service dmge . 6 78 G/R sel'lllce charge 10 Mmi'llstraave Cllarge . General Fund .. .. 7 $2 00/day Tourtsm Promottonal Trust 100 Fund .................... 2 1 Int Tra(Se Promotion Ttust Fund 6 Total 11 GJR service chargo .. 12 Collection fees .. , .... 3 All fuels .. .. .. .. .. 'lt/901 R.ef\mds (farmers&. trshe:man localgcwemment entnres) 1 AdmlnlstraUve . 10 306 TOI:al ........ . ........ 26 Diesel ............. 1 a l Admin. Chuge .. .. .. .. . ......... . . 1 51 G/R. seMce Charge .. .. .. .. 42 Admin. Charge .. .. .. .. .. 2 Gasoli ne ..... tH 14/gal COieCUOO rees .. .. .. s Refunds (fanners & fisherman, 531 Oles
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    Table 5 HOW FLORIDA AUOCATES VEHICLf RELATED TAXES (In millions, based on torec:asted revenues for ftscal year 1998) -Tox ,.,......,tatloft < > ....... ........... ($) .._ue(fl fl.lel T a 657 0 ss.o IS O _,.. 359 0 101.0 -.... 7 4 0 40.0 --51.0 <.0 --COr IOQ.Q 17 0 ----71. 0 6.0 -.,..,... ........... -61.0 --r ... 1 319.0 2 467.4 101.0 15.0 Note: This dl.wt dotS not lnc h .idt lot:llgas taxes. sc.Jroe: Flotfda Department dTi'anspotUt!On, 1 998). Other($) 10.0 -11.0 2S.O ----.... o folalo(f) 7l7. 0 4iO.O II ... .... &4Jl 61.0 ... 3 951.4 i g. JJ

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    Florid a Transponsdon Atm;w""':c' T a bl e 5 QUICK R EFERENC TO 1997 HIGHWAY FUEL TAXES Wtel Tax Amount use Fedx GaS/Gasohot Net receiptS must be spent In d lsb1ct where genelated. 1 4 a1 State (Oistr1buted to Local Constitutional-Ga s l1x All fue ls AoQul s l tkln, construction ancs Govemments) 2tfga l maintenance of roads. COutltv Gas nx All llle l s IWi l egitimate munty It/ga l transportation pJtpOSe. M.U niCipal Gas Tax All fuel s le/ga l My m unicipal lranspartotlo n _.. Lacal tenth-cent Gas Tax GOal Any tegldmate COLIIty or 04 transportatiOn Diesel purpose. tCJ aa l LOcill Optk)n Gas llx GO
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    -----------Florid ------Table 5 4 LOCALLY I MPOSED FUEL TAXES* (tax rates as of February 1 1997) -rf uels_1GuoUnoandGuolloll Net 1 cent revetiUe H.-: 1{= Total Est. Dlst. COunty ,_ (l) -l.'!!!!! (tl 11t1te1 (cents/gal) IACal '"" TLocal '"" ..-'"" T-1 IDeal I .... (OOO}(J) .l!!S!\\!0 0.06 0 0 1 0.07 867 928 0 .06 0.01 0 .07 7J 79 6,590 __ .. .., 0.06 0 0 1 O.Q7 114 122 0 .06 O.ot 0.07 1 9 2 1 932 Bav 0 .06 0.06 716 766 0.06 0.01 0 .07 69 7S <11142 Bt' I ncludes fOr 6t-* COitc:ttOn llow.tnoe (for motor fudS 1 .1 % If rate less than 6t and no deduction If tale Is 6t or greater, 1. 1 % for speda l fuels ) refunds (0.3% for alfuels), and service cNrge (7.3% for all fuels), whi le net 1 cent rewnue toe Ninth-cent Gas Tax (for all fue ls) lndudes deduc:uon ontv few dealer cdled:lon allowance (1 .1%). SOurce: FIOI'Ida d Ttanspoctai:Sol\ Ol'ftce d Hanagement and Budget. Flodd.J's Tax Soumes A 1997) 228 -

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    ------------FJodds Transpo,stionAim..::c' ---------County Htmanc!<> Htohlands HIIISbofOUQb Homes Indian IUver lad!SS 4158 0.06 0.01 0.07 711 769 o.os 0.05 82 89 0.01 O.Q7 23 25 0.06 0.06 452 484 0 .06 0.01 0.07 102 111 0.0< 0.01 0,06 281 31)4_ 0.06 0 ,01 0 .07 137 148 0.06 0.01 0.07 88 .. 0.06 0.01 0.07 70 76 0.06 0.06 2 1 0.06 _Q,OI 0 01 4 4 0.06 O.ot 0.07 774 828 0.06 0.01 0.07 88 .. 0 .11 O.ot 0 .12 1736 1857 0.06 0.01 0.0 7 227 24< 0.06 0.06 1.010 1.081 0.06 0 .01 0. 0 7 91 99 0.06 0.06 171 83 O.&L_. _0.01 0.07_ 27 30 .I 0.06 0.01 0-07 __!1 34 0.06 0.01 0.0 7 16 18 0.06 0.06 9 3 100 0.06 0,-0 1 0.07 136 150 0 .06 001 0.07 _ji2 1.008 0,06 0 .0 1 0 .07 m 135 0.06 0 .01 0.07 1189 1.1.72 0 .06 0.01 0 .07 302 326 008 0.08 s:n sro .... 0.01 0.07 so 54 _0.06 0.06 483 <11 006 .... .., '4 0 .06 0.01 0.07 238 2SS 0.06 0 .0 1 007 79 85 o.os o_.os 821 888 0.06 0.01 0.07 53 57 0 .06 O.ot 0.07 206 221 0 .06 0.01 0 .0 7 48 52 0.06 0.06 3813 4081 0.06 0.01 0.07 669 724 Total Est. !);st. IOOOll$1 3539 4.007 32.2A9 573 3A07 2.678 1.113 152 6039 22 440_ 6611 1209 337 1538 7<76 10A61 3.088 2.099 4479 1.787 27366 based on fuel consumption estimates procllced byttle Oepirtment of Re\tenue for local governnent FY 1996-97. Net 1 cent reveooe ror Local Option Fool Tal( 1nc1ue1es dedU
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    -------------Florida --------to.nty Qsceola T a ble 5 (continued) LOCALLY IMPO SED FUEL TAXES* (tax rates as of Febnlary 1 1997) Motor Fuels ...... .. tu(conts/ ... ) /::;, '7::" .. .. 1 ) Local .... T ... l Loca l "" .._ "" TOO. I 0 .06 0.01 0 .01 808 864 0.06 0.01 0.07 r I Total rst. .. Dlst. ---,_ .... (000\(Sl 100 0.11 0.01 0.12 3945 4 222 0 .06 0.01 0.01 316 1"!-1-:,363 __ 406 1"""'1. 0.06 0.06 I ISS 1 .236 0 .06 0.01 0 0 7 125 llS 7 7 4 2 .. finellas 0.06 0.06 3.112 3437 0.06 0 .01 0-01 216 233 20 585 ...... -0 .06 0 .01 0 .07 2036 2179 O.G6 0.01 0 .07 582 630 18 384 0.06 0.06 .... 0 .06 0 .01 0.07 .. 41 2 liS St)Ohns 0.06 0 .06 534 572 0.06 0 .07 175 189 St O.Gl O.o1 889 951 0.06 0 .01 0 0 1 135 146 _.,_U8S 0.06 0 .06 471 504 0.06 0 .01 O&Z_ 61 ) 231 0.06 0.01 0.07 1190 1.274 0 .06 O.ot 0 .07 103 11l 9069 Seminolt 0.06 0 .01 0.07 1284 1 374 0 .06 0.01 0-01 1 2 0 130 9, 839 _ Sumter 0.0< 0.0 ] 0.05 312 348 0.06 0.01 0.07 320 346 3901 _ Suwanee 0.06 0 .06 m 1 8 7 0 .06 0.01 0.01 54 S8 1418 Tavfo< 0 0< 0 .0< 118 128 0.06 0.01 0 .07 39 4 3 750 Union 0.05 0.01 0.06 31 40 0.06 0.01 0 .07 27 30 417 VduSia 0 .06 0 .01 0.07 t 747 I 869 0.06 0 .0 1 0.07 117 159 13276 Wak.l.lll a 0.06 0.01 0.07 n 82 0.06 0. 01 0.07 11 12 615 Walton 0 .05 0.05 216 233 0 .06 0.01 0-07 26 28 tJgL_ Washmton 0.06 0 .01 0.01 94 101 0.06 O.GI 0 .07 8 9 119 Total s -I 9,32 7 lOOt% 545,423 Revenue based on fuel ccnsumptton estfmate:s produced by the Department d RevetMJt tor local goo.oemmtnt FY 199& 97 Net 1 cent rtYen u e for Local Optjon Fuel' T ax fndude:s deductkns for dNier collectkln atow.nce (tor mttor tuets 1 .1% If re less tha n 64 and no deduction If rate I s 6 ( or greater, spedaltuefs), refurwfs(O. )I)b for al fuels). .-.:1 oeneta l ft!Ye'lue service cNrve(7.3% for all fuels) wh ile net 1 cent rt"Vefkke tor N i nth-cent Gas Tax (tor all fuels) lndudes decklctlon onty tor dealer collection a l lowancr (1. 1%). Source: Rorid r:1 OfiiC:e d ancf BuiSOet, 7" Soun::t:s A Pl'itnet'(Fel)ruafY 1997).

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    Table 5 5 SOURCES OF REVENUES USED FOR STATE-ADMINISTERED HIGHWAYS IN SELECTED STATES, 1996 (Ofo) -......... lroh 4 3.94 17.62 0.01 Q.28 11.90 3.90 0.00 0.00 2L25 0.37 o.65 b .oo a.& S:oo o :i6 .0:13 s. tarollr\a -44.69 11.79 2.57 :59 0 03 35.95 Tenne$$ee 39.31 1 s.oa 0.01 4.81 2.85 0 .99 0.00 0.00 lMS 0.24 2.36 ..L T""" 39.28 15.48 1.24 0.00 0.56 1.92 9.15 28.9l 0 .41 uo u.s. Totol 27.70 15 05 5.94 3 .05 2.70 1 80 7.42 2.n 29.17 0.59 1.$ Soun:e: U.S, of 'frons-Fodorol HII.JhW>Y Mmi-. 19! HI!J/>Wi'Y $lo!i$tia(1997)

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    Table 5-6 SOURCES OF REVENUES USED FOR LOCAL ROADS AND STREETS IN SELECTED STATES 1996 (Ofo) -........ SOate Motof Yth. Apt> ..... Other MotorFIMI -=--na fn>m -Olloc. ........ ...... """'' Tax. eo.-..... -r .... To lls ... -10.14 9.96 .... o.oo 0.00 0.30 0.00 0.00 0.00 N.abama 91.87 7 93 o.oo 0.00 o .oo o.oo 0.00 0 .00 0.10 Atacna 6 1. 97 31.15 0 .00 0.00 0.00 0.45 0.00 4 S l 0 .22 QIIII'Orfll l 90.16 U4 1.70 0.00 o.oo o.oo 0.00 0 .00 1.29 Gect<)la 42..97 1 4 .49 o.oo 0 .00 0 .00 0.00 o.oo o .oo 42.5<4 -70-99 2 8 .96 0 00 0.00 0.00 0 .00 0.00 0.00 o o s S3.9S 22.42 o .oo o .oo 9 45 0 01 o .oo 11.1 4 1.48 N carolina 91.32 8.68 0 .00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 .00 0 00 0.00 s. tarollr.a 94 10 5.19 o .oo o.oo o.oo o .oo 0.00 0 .00 0.71 Teonessee 93.10 2. 4 7 0 00 0 .00 4.39 0 .00 0.00 0.00 0.04 Texas 2.1 3 97.47 o.oo o.oo o.oo 0 00 o.oo 0 00 0.41 U.S. Total 61.3) 25.SS 0. 3 1 0 .1 4 1.80 0 26 3.SO n 1.31 ----SOurce: u .s. Department d T ransportation Federal Highway Administration, 1 996 Highway StatistiG(t997) Local I.Ocll ........ .... o.oo 1.69 0.00 o .oo 0 00 1 55 0 00 0.00 0 00 0.00 1.04 a g. .JJ

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    Table 5 SOURCES OF REVENUES USED BY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR HIGHWAYS IN SELECTED STATES, 1995 (%) Local State _.,. State Motor Fuel& RA>oda ..,.,., ...... Oli.u Bond Bond High-Pn>m nxes: &. otlter Other Vehkle Crossing a....,., Special Local Misc. Orig. Refund User -AIWA -... Taxes ToUs Funds Imposts Issues Issues Imposts Aorida 20.U 0 .7P 7.93 .... 8A8 7.63 22.04 0.49 14.58 .... 0.00 0.22 Alabama 0 .00 0.00 13.54 18.02 1.14 14.98 8.40 0 00 42.21 0.93 o.oo 0 77 0.19 o.oo 3.65 2.09 23.28 10 .68 3.51 0.00 53.47 2.21 0.00 0.03 Cal-0.00 0.40 14.87 2.22 L 23 2o.63 29.09 1.20 25.66 3.79 0.00 0 .91 GeoI 1 23 0.00 26.46 22.57 5 12 1.71 18.04 o.oo 20.77 1 43 o.oo 2.67 N car JJ

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    ------------Florida Transportation A/manic'-----------Tables-a SOURCES OF TRANSIT OPERATING FUNDING, 1995 (%) -1.-1 ._ .. -...... -....... l6A6 ..... 10.11 44.59 ......... 26.Sl 0.11 49.09 Al1ZOna 28.33 7.39 14 73 49 .5 5 Calfomla 34.36 7 .11 53.26 -+4.5 1 7.21 o.oo 4$.29 "'""""' 22.57 11.60 1.43 64.40 Ml-25 07 39.110 0 .00 35.14 N CII'OIInl 3M3 16.76 9.31 4 3.09 s. caro11na 74.20 17.19 3.79 4.82 Ten...,... 36.91 14 .67 12.29 36.14 Texas I 26.69 <.05 0.57 68.69 U.S. T0 U.65 ......... 0 .85 80.56 o.oo 18.59 ..,..,.,. o.oo 81.0 1 1.66 17.33 Callfcm .. 18.88 30.28 24.45 26.38 Geolgla 36.35 4S.63 0.25 11. n -0.00 1'9.42: 10.88 9.70 HISsl2 37 110.00 o.oo 17.63 N Qwcllna o.oo n.s1 8.32 14.11 s. C3n:lllna 12.34 4 3.04 41.3S 3 .28 Ten...,.. 0.89 81.03 9.4$ 8.60 T..., 27.110 3328 0.22 38.70 U.S. Total 21.68 47.28 14 .11 16.93

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    Plorid a -----------Table 5 10 STATE MOTOR FUEL TAX RATES FOR GASOUNE, 1985 1996 1 ( % ) STATE 1985 .._ 1N7 11U 1 919 1 99 0 Alabama 13 13 13 13 13 1 3 Alaska 8 8 8 8 8 8 "'""' 13 1 6 1 6 17 17 18 Arkansas 10 5 13 5 13.S 13.5 13.7 13.7 cattfotrda 9 9 9 9 9 9 Colorado 12 18 18 18 20 20 CoiWICctlcut 16 17 19 "' 20 22 Delaware 11 13 16 16 16 16 Olst. of Col. 1 5.5 1 5. 5 15.5 15.5 1 8 18 f k)fki8 9 .7 u 9.7 t.7 t.7 1 0.9 GeorQta 7 5 7 S 7.5 7.5 7.5 7.5 Hawal 11 11 II II II 11 Idaho 1 4 .5 14.5 14.5 1 8 18 18 Ilhnol s 1 3 13 13 13 16 19 Indtana 1 4 14 14 IS 15 15 lawa IS 16 16 18 20 20 Kons:$ 11 11 11 II IS 16 Kentuckv 10 15 15 15 15 15.4 16 16 1 6 16 1 6 20 Maine 14 1 4 14 16 17 17 MaryiMd 1 3.5 13.5 18.5 1 8 .5 18. 5 18.5 MassachUS4ltts II 11 11 II II 17 Michiga n I S 15 IS IS 1 5 15 Minnesota 17 17 17 "' 20 20 Mls:sl$$11) 1)1 9 9 15 17 17 18. 2 """""" 7 7 11.03 11.03 11.03 11.03 Montana 1 5 17 20 20 20 2 0 17.4 1 7.1 17.9 18. 3 2:2.3 21. 7 Nevada 13 1 3 16 18 18 18 New Hampstlt re 14 1 4 14 14 14 16.6 Newletsev 8 8 8 1 0.5 10.5 10. 5 Now 1-1ex100 11 11 14 14 16 17 Now Y ork 8 8 8 8 8 11.3 7 5 N .Oroltna 1 2 15.5 15.5 15.7 20 9 21 5 N. Dakoto 13 13 13 17 17 17 OhiO 12 12 14.7 14.8 18 20 Oklat'Klma 10 10 16 16 17 17 Oregon 10 11 12 1 4 1 6 18 PennS\vanla 12 12 12 12 1 2 18.2 Rllode )sland 13 15 IS IS 18 20 S. carolin a 13 13 15 I S 16 1 6 S.Dokota 13 13 1 3 1 8 18 18 T ennes:see 13 17 '17 1720 Te>lla 1 5 .35 15.35 15.35 15.35 20.35 2 0 .35 W isconsin 16.5 17.5 20 2D.9 20. 8 21.5 8 8 8 8 9 9 State AV
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    Florida Transport:uion ---------Table 5 STATE MOT O R FUEL TAX RATES FOR DIESE L, 1985' (OJo) STAt lOtS ltH 1987 .... lth 1900 1991 Alllbama 14 1 4 14 14 1 4 14 14 Alaslle stlows the tax rates tor ln((t)r fuel as d Oeoemtler 31 for eactl year. Weighted averaoe based on net gallons taxed 1992 ltt3 19 1 9 8 8 18 18 18. 7 18. 7 16 17 10. 5 20.5 18 -18 19 19_ 20 20 18.7 -21 7.5 7.5 16 16 -21 .1.L 2 l S 2 1.5 1 6 16 -22.5 22. 5 2 0 2 0 12.<1 12. 4 20 20 20 20 19.25 24.25 21 2 1 15 15 20 20 1 8.2 18.4 13 13 2 1. 4 24 24 .. 8 24 27 27 1 8 6 18 7 13. 5 13. 5 17 19 24 .84 24 .84 2 1.9 22 17 18 21 22 14 1 4 22 24 22.35 22.3S 26 28 16 16 18 18 17 17 20 20 19 1 9 17 17 16 16 23 23 20.35 25.35 22.2 23.2 9 9 18.32 18..62 So
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    Plonds Trsnspo.rtstion TableS-1 2 A UTOMOBILE REGISTRA n ON FEE BY STATE, 1998 State fee ... Alabama $23.00 Montan a Based on ve!llde weight Alaska Nebraska $20 00 .., ..... $8 .00 Neva da $33.00 A rkans!IS Based on unladen or veNdi! New Hamps hire Base d on vehicle wdght Q'.ltomla $18 00 New )CI'$C'Y easoo on 'o'tfllde model CO)Orado Based on weight and vehlcie New Mextco Based on vehlde we}gtlt and model year model year Connecticut $74.00 NewYMc Based on \oehl cle weight a!ld englne type Delaware $10 00 North $20.00 -Dlst. elf Col Based on vehkle weight N ortttoota Based on weJght and vehi c l e model yei/1 F lorida $3LlS ONo $20 00 pluS additional fees Georgia $20.00
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    Florida Transport adM ---------T able S-1 3 COST P E R C ENTERUN E MILE STATE RURAL ROA D S (1996/97) (:Z. 4, &, and II la n es) eon--.,_ No.ofLinet -Coot (High) (S) new ConstructSon with s Paved Shouldets 2 1,363,500 -_MIRing a ..... _-s-......., Shou,_ 2 289 soo Roudne Mai ntenance f Annuat'l 2 20,000 -. -eonstrucuon (T-l-10' ..,.., -.- 2 765.300 ttew wiCh 10' PaYtd ShoUidets w/12' Aux. 1.r1 2.140,300 -eonstrucuon 'OMded'-10' ...,.., Sl>ouldeouldets w/12' Aux. ln 474,100 HIDing a Resurfedng (JtQrStaCe\ wttl'llO' PIV!Id Sf'loulders 519,900 ...., 2Lanes ITO E>ou,_ 6 -2,600,900 MIU!nJI a-t ...... all-5" P-Shoulders >ifl2 Aux. ln 6 620,500 -MIUino& ..... ....,.j_.....,....)-10' Pmd6 n7200 ....,2l.anesfTo 4ln\-5 -Shou,_ 6 1.290.200 .., 2 Lanes (ln,_...ln..,.l-10'...,.., Sl>ou,_ 6 1,801.,<400 Routlnt MalrUnanee 1 Mnuan 6 55,900 NewConstrucllcln (_,...,)-10' Pmd8 3 732 400 New ConstrucUon IUndMded) wntllD' Paved ShOUlder? W/12' AUx. Ln 8 3,392,000 NewConstrucllcln IOMded)-10' -8 3 517 100 Hilling & Resurfadng (Aiterial) wtl;h 10' Paved Shoulelets W/l'l' AI#.. Ln 8 .,., 300 --M llll!!9: & (Jnterstlte) with 10' Pwed Shoulders 8 843 600 Add 2 Lanes {To ed5!bq 6 Ln) With S' PJVed Sl'loiAcler$ 8 1387.ll00 --Add 2 ...... 11-lnslcle\ -10' ..... Shoulders --8 1,863,700 Routine {Annual) 8 n;a Note : Figures are fOt" 1996/97 (l;l"'$b'\\(:t costs lor one oenterllne mile d roadway lndlldfng sovctures up to 20 feet In length; they may not be grom Evaluation, 1996-97 r,.,__.ll>sls(Feb
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    -----------PJotich Table5 COST PER CENTERUNE MILE STATE URBAN ROADS (1996/97) (2, 4,-6, and &lanes) Construction TJpe No. otLanes Estimated Cost($) Now Constn.ICtkln with 5 Skfewa!k, CUrb Gutter &. 12' twx. Ln 2 2A52.600 Mllllr.g & Rcstrllldng Curb to Curb 2 283 soo Routine Maintenance (Annwl) 2 24300 New ConstJuctlon (lntemate) with 10' l'ilved Shoulders 4 3 550900 New Const. lUndMded) with 5' Slde-o'lat, Ctlrb Gitter a 12' AIJIC'. Ln 4 2.781.900 New Con!!-(DI\Oided! \\til 5' Sldew1b 10 a.lb 436 30() Mlklg & R...,rfaclng (lnterstole) wm 10' Pivod Sh"'*ler 6 740,900 Add 2 llls (To Exlsttnq 4 Lll) with S' Sidewalk. ClJ'b Gutter & 12' /WX. Ln 6 2 136 100 Add 2 Lanes with 10' Paved Shoulders 6 2 016,100 Rout:t\e Maintenance (Annual) 6 105800 New Construction (Interstate) with ur Paved Sfloulder5 8 4,646,700 NH ClmSt. (UndMded) With S' Sidewalk, OJib, GUtter &.12' AUX. Ln 8 3 987,900 New Const. fDMdecf) with 5' Slklewalk, Cllt) Gutter &.10' Rerooo Ln 8 4,4$9,900 Mllll!:!2 & Resurt'ac1n9. Oub tD Onb 8 687800 0\llllng & Resulfodng (Interstate) with 10' PaYed Shoulder 8 764,600 Add 2Lns (To emtina 6 Ln) wlh 5' Sidewall<. Gutttr &.. !4:' Altll.. Ln 8 Mel 2 !Jiles (Jntllrmten slde l with 10' Pavod Slloulders 8 2.125,300 Routine MM'!tenence (Annual} 8 119 100 Note; FIOures are fer !996/97 construc:IJOn COS1$ ror one cerur11ne mile of roartw'ltf 11\dlng structure$ up to 20 feet In length; they may not be comparable to prior year figures rn all cases. COSts of lntersectlons/lnterchanges,fstructutesCNer 20 reet, pmlmlnary englneerfng, rtght-ofway, and coMtnld:IOn engineering Inspection are not Included. lhe maJntenarM:e ftgures are oocflanged from the previous year. The cost"'J)tr"'Centerlloo mile ngures are based on general, averages. Tl\ey ere nee to be used for Work Program esttmlOlg boeause they re not job speclllc. SOUroe.: florltill Department of Transportation., Otl'lr::e of Polcy Planning Pelley Analysts and Program EvaluaUon, 1996 Co$1S(l'e!lMI)' ___ L __ 2.19

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    -------------Florids Tnnspotts don A/m..;;:;'c \ ----------Table 5-15 NAnONAL AVERAGE COST PER CENTERUNE MilE (1996/97) (:Z, 4 and 6 lanes)" A C4tt($) lmprollemetlt ZLaneo ....... ........ Urban ArteN I New Coootruellon -2,409,000 4,694 000 7,561,000 Resurfacing 516,000 738,001) 1,029,000 Add 2 Lanes 1 948,000 2.646.000 3 342,000 RoUtine Mal ntet!Jnce 13,000 27,000 41,000 -Urban Freeway Improvements 8,306,000 14,433,000 Upgo-... f>l I>/ a 3, 0)0 N ote: 1996/97 Cost d oes ncx lndtJde eiedJ1cal power. SOUrce: Rorl d a Depatttnent d Ttatlspor1atiOn d Pdk:v Pbnt'lltlg Pdicy Atlatysi$ Prog r atn Evaluation, 1996-97 Co:sts(february 1998). 241)

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    ------------PJorida ----------. TableS-17 NEW BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION (1996/97) (cost per square foot) Brldgel'/pe Low($) t.ow L.evtl, Fhoed S(lqln, OYer WIU.r, MStfTO Beams 3'J Medium Level, Fixed Span, Over Water, MSKTO BNms 35 High LeYd. Fixed Span, ().ler Water, MSHTO Beams so Fl>:ed Span, MSHTO Beams 40 flyoverS. Axed Span, AASHTO Beams 40 Pedestrian o.er.ass Flx,. (Per so. Ft. of Illidge Dod<) 200 low Level, OYer Water, r-tcwable Span zso High($) 40 45 60 so 60 $300 350 Note: Agur()!s are b' 1996/97 oosts per sqWnc root Of ded< illf't.&, l ntiuding allOwance ror handrans; they m&y not be comparable to prior year tsgures In all cases. 111e ngl.l'eS are ttom tt1e preoAous year. Costs of preliminary engineering, rtlht of-way, con:stnJcUon rnspedlon are not These cost-per-sQuare foot tlgures are based on general, statewide mrages. They are not to be ustd for Work Program estimating beCause they are not job specllc. SOuroe: Department of Tllllsportatlon, Offlce ot Polley Planning Polley Analysis and Program Evaluation, 1996 Ttii!SpottOtJon llms(fe"""'rt 1998). Table 5 BRIDGE PRESERVATION (1996/97) (cost per square foot) Nalntenenoe (AI'lnual.flx2d Btkfge) Maintenance (Annual-Movable Bridge) -Vlfdenlng (Coostructlon Only) low($) High($) 0 .01 O.o2 2.33 2.79 40.00 60.00 Note: F I!)I.U't$ are for 1996/97 oonstrucUon costs per square foot cA deck area, lncluclng allcmance for handrails; they may n ot te comparable to prior year figures In all casos. The ftgures are unchanged from the previous year. Costs of preliminary englneertng, r1ght-Cf-way, &nd ccnst:ructiOn engln.eerlng lnspe
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    Florid ----------Table 5 AIRPORT COSTS (1996/97) <-Typo Cost($) 3,100 Foot Main R.unway ,_ Coostrvctlon 3,1 00,000 Resurfacing 515,000 Struct\n 103/sq tt. 1 ,030,000 Galen FUEl Fadllty 206,000 S ,OOO Foot Main -"""'""""' 12.364,000 -1 ,236,000 Tetm l nal Struct\lre 129/sq. tt. 5, 1Sl,OOO 200,000 Gallon FUEl Fadllty )61,000 13,000 Foot Haln Ru1way 61, 818,000 -ng 5,152,000 T erminal Strucblt'e 180/!q. tt. 41,2 12.000 500,000 Gallon Fuel Ftdllty 824,000 Table 5-20 AIRPORT INVENTORY (1996/97) s.rncaa.ewea eun.nt ... Adrdtdou by Y .. r 2000 Primary Commerdal 19 0 Comm""" I 2 Reliever 24 2 General A\1\M:Jon 59 I I ___ L __ 242

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    -----------FloddJJ 'l'rsnsportstion Table5-21 FINANCIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MASS TRANSIT IN URBANIZED AREAS (1996/9n Mode Attribute Florida($) United Slates($) Rail COSt per CW Vehicle HOil' J<6.9Z 318.44 COSt per car Vehlde Mile 8 39 9.5'3 Heavy Rail Cost per Hour 16o.90 131.74 Cbst per car Vchkte Mite 7.61 6.78 Automated GUideway Cost per Car Vehlde Hour 162.13 171.16 COSt p er car Vchk:le 1-fte 14.80 16.96 Ug,..Rall COSt por car Vehkle Hour nJ 159.11 cost per Car Vehlde Mile nJ 11.25 lhban Motor Bus cost oer a.r Vehldc Hol.W' 51.87 67.11 Cost per car Vehlde Mile 3.64 5.o7 Note: The last tq)Ortlng year was t994S. lheso nl.rl'lberSwer6 updated to 1996-97 dollarS with u.s. Qepartment d Commerce Moe Indices. SOW'Ce: Ao11da Depertmmt Of TransportatiOrl, omce
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    -------------Florida Transportadon A/manic\ Table 5-23 GUIDEWAY STRUCTURES (1996/97) TYPO co.-.ea.t ..... ($) & sway 2 ttt, at grade 2,.&43,683 Light raw 2 b1dt, It grl6e 6,371,499 Heavy rail, 2 tradt, It gi'Me 12,741,967 H eavy fall, 2 tradt. elevated 23,890,030 eomm ... ra1, tnd
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    . Plodds Transpo.ttstion Alm..;;c TableS-24 UNIT COSTS FOR BICYCLE AN D PED E STRIAN F ACJU11ES (199 6/97} Fadlitles I Unltc..t($) Blcyde h c l lltles-B l cyde (5ta>1dard) ISO B l cyde (Handlcawed) 1,5 0 0 Bike P.ath Per Mile (10ft. Wldttl) R &. R COnvtl'$1 on 128,000 B ike Lilne Per Mile ( 4ft. Wkktl-2 Sides) Pavement EXtensiOn 189,000 V/Jde OJrb La:ne Per M i le (Add 2 Sides) Paveme nt Elltensfon IOtOOO P.!lvtd>) ?0 Tv,o Come rs (Fou r d Each Unit 1,000 four Comel5 (Eight of Eadl Unlt.AboYe 3,700 Rai sed Island/Refuge Islan d (Podchop) Type "l:t' CUrb (Per Unear Foot) 7.50 1-tlch Stfewalk. tRJ (Per Square Yard) IS Handicap CWb Riamp O:.nstNctlon) 0 Note-: ll'lose f19tl"t$ are undlanged from the previous year. Source: f lorida D e partment of Transportation, Office of Pdlcy Planrtng Analysis a n d PlQgram Evaluation, 1996). ___ JL _ 245

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    -------------Florida Transporudon ----------T ABLE5 2 5 FLORIDA D E PA RTMENT OF TRAN S PORTATION L O N G TERM CONSTRUcnON COST INFLATION FO RECAST ( December 1997 ) JPOtorStdla -,_ AMUIIIIItt'latloA Local hbllc fOOT Year ... ( .. ) --Con-... ..... ........... Sbonl( .. ) ( .. G ........ ) ( .. G..-) l9'l l 101.4 2 7 2.6 .0 16.3 1992 97 4 3 9 0 1 1 4 6 19.3 -1993 90.0 3.S 1.7 ... o 16.<1 --1990 95. 7 1.8 2.7 27. 4 17.1 -1995 90.4 4 4.1 -4 6 14.1 1996 96.3 u 3.9 -1.3 IS.S --1997 90 5 1 8 3.0 5.2 16.6 1998 96.7 2 3 2 7 .() 3 23. 9 1999 100.3 3 7 1.9 4.5 17. 0 2000 103.9 3 6 2 .1 4. 5 13.2 -200 1 I 107.3 3 3 2 2 4 0 11. 6 -2002 110.8 3 3 2 3 3 1 11. 9 ---2003 114.5 3 3 2 3 2 9 9.7 ---2004 118..3 3.3 2.3 2 7 9 2 --.. 2005 122.2 3 3 M 2.6 I 9.6 ----2006 126.2 3.3 2.5 2.6 9.2 2007 130. 4 3.3 2.5 2 5 8 8 Source: Florid a Department ofTransport.atlon, Offtce of Policy Planning Porcy Anafrsls and Pft9ram Evaluation. J996TIMSpOft4tion Costs (Februa
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    Table 5-26 SOURCES OF FUNOXNG FOR STATE WORK PROGRAM COMPONENTS (Ofo) {budgeted only) 1ederal ..... Cqmpooent 101m 100"" Sla .. .. 1 OFA. l,IM' HH IOnd TOll T um pike SOite Hlgl\Woy-0.839 35.697 0.004 0.290 43.711 10.155 6.295 0..02 0.439 Off SID--0.195 71.2<6 0.000 0.000 3.)35 21).095 0.000 0.000 0.000 ---0. 411 1.289 25.652 36.&56 ums V .1)'1; .. ,.. 0.000 0.536 ---0.000 0 153 0.000 0.000 OA25 G.043 ...... 0.000 96.565 De\ dopmil!rlt ll.lt7 U6< 0,000 0.000 76.424 2 726 0.000 o.ooo 0. 000 Tro-aon o .ooo 0 000 O .QOO 0.000 0.000 o .ooo 0.000 0.000 0.000 Railroad Oewlopment 4.4l3 4.087 J.1.., 0 000 86 634 1.707 0.000 O.QOO o.ooo Aviation Development O.:tl8 0.000 0.000 0.000 99.m 0.000 0.000 o.ooo 0 000 seaportS 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 99.7!12 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 OFA = OCher federal Aid; t,IM Intersta te, Inte11L1t:e Maintenance; NH = National System, Soulte: FOOT, W.rt Ptt>g/fm, July 1997. LoQI 5Y61r LoQI Toal :!.157 100 N, 4.529 100 :!.095 100 ,_,., 100 0.000 100 r -t g. lj 100.000 100 0.000 100 0.000 100 0.218 100

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    ----------Flodds SECTION HIGHUGHTS Ten universities and oolleges in Florida have transportation and related programs. Bachelor's degrees In these programs are offered at aU 10 universities a n d colleges. Master's degrees i n these programs are offered at 7 of the 10 uniVersities and colleges. A Ph.D. program is offered at 3 of tile 10 universities and colleges. There a r e four transportation research centers in Florida. 251

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    Florida Transportation Education in Florida Embry Riddle Aeronautical Unlvenlty 600 s. Oyde Monts 8/vrl., Daytona Beach, Fl. 31114 (904) 226-6175, FAX (904) 126-6158 Lisa Ledewftz, Director EmbryRiddle Aeronautical University has developed a farutty and research staff combining the best of industry, agency, and academic experience. Research for projects at the University have achieved worldwide recognition for its collective expertise in a i r traffic management, aviation human factors, and aviation safety and serurity Grants and contracts to research these areas have been rea!ived from diverse organizations, l ndudlng the FAA, Lockheed Martin, McDonnell Douglas and NASA. The University provides a genuinely unique research platfonn. Many of its researchers are experienced pilots, maintenance technicians, and air traffic controllers. Both undergraduate and graduate have a recognized commitment to aviation. Moreover, the University owns, maintains and operates a fleet or more than 100 aircraft In addition, there is a variety of simulators and PC-based trainers which can be used to analyze many different research questions. Additional research areas of interest at Embry R iddte include decision-supportl>lsks, aviation software development:. meteorology, and air traffic contrcl. The University is also widely recognized for Its activities i n aviation training aerospace engineering, aircraft design, noise-reduction research, ozone-related research, software engineerlng, and related fields. EmbryRiddle Aeronautical University offers more than two dozen AS, BS, and MS degree programs, all with an aviation emphasis. Those programs indude such areas as Aerospace Engineering, Aviation Maintenance, Engineering Physics, Aviation lkJsiness Administration, Coml)llter science, software engineering and engineering physics. Florida A & M University (FAMU) Rorido State Univenity (FSU) Ovil engineering Oe/)IJrtment FAMUFSU College of engineering, 1515 Pottsdamer Street Tallahassee, Fl. 31310-6046 (850} 487-6136, FAX {805) 487-6141 Or. Jerry Wekezer {Chiiirpt!fSOIJ) The FAMU/FSU College or Ehgineering is a joint program of the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University ( FAMU) and the Florida State University (FSU). The Department offers a Ba<:helor of Science Degree and a Master of Science Degree i n Ovil Engineering with an emphasis in Transportation Engineering. A new Ph.D. program in Civil Engineering will be implemented In fall semester (1998). Graduate courses offered include Theory of Traffic Flow, Transportation Systems Analysis, Environmental Analysis or Transportation Systems, and Airport Planning and Design. Undergraduate courses offered indude Transportation Engineering, Traffic Engineering, and Traffoc Operations. The Department conducts research projects in several transportation a reas and expands over $2 million per year. Research assistantships in transportation are available to qualified graduate students. florida Institute of Technology (FIT) School of Aeronautics 150 W. University 8/vrl., Melboume, F-6975 {407) 674-7369, FAX {407} 725 6974 Dr. N ThomiJs 5rephens, Dean; Or. Balmrrf M. Barker, AssocMte Dean Florida Institute or Technology's School of AeronautiCS offers five B.S. degree programs i n Aeronautical Science and Aviation Management (each with or without FAA Commercial Pilot flight options), and in Aviation Computer Science. Each requires between 126 and 129 semester credits in an appropriate suite of courses. Some transportation courses indude aeronautics, meteorology, aerodynamics, commercial aviation fiscal management, aviation law, airport design, aviation planning, advanced computer planning techniques, multimodal transportation, airline operations, air transportation management, and airport management. Florida Tech also offers three unique Masters degree programs: Airport Management and Development, Aviation Science, and Cognitive Human Factors. Each graduate degree requires 34 36 semester c r edit hours. Example courses I n the graduate indude advanced aviation planning, airport development, airport operations, aviation economics and fiscal management:. accident Investigation, aviation meteorology theory and practk:e, and impact of aviation on human physiology. The school also hoots two specialized centers dealing i n transportation related The Center for Airport Management and Development focuses on research, studies, consultation, and technology transfer on a !
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    Florida Tranaporration Atman""':c' Floridlnternatlon;ll University (flU) Depattment of CMI and Environmental Engineering University Pork CiJmpus, Bldg. 815; Room 3678, Mii1mi R. 33199 (305) 348 -3055, FAX (305) 348-4057 oavid Shen, Ph.D. P.E. Director, Lehtndn Center frJr TrafiS{JOitalion Research Florida International University, located In Miami, offers coursework leading to a Master of Science degree and a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering with a specialization In transportation. In O' oompleting the phase as inslructors, Jacksonville University graduates are guaranteed a job interview with COMAIR Airlines. J U students also enjoy opportunities to get a head start In their careers and develop leadership, communications, and team work skills through specialized programs that emphasize hands-on learning. Students can part:idpate I n aviation internships, airline familiarization programs, aviation career workshops, and aviation student organizations. University of Central Florida (UCF) Department of Ovil and Environmental Engineering PO Box 16245o_ Otlando, R. 32816-2450 {407) 823-2841, FAX (407) 823-3315 Dr. Essam Radwan, P.E., Chairperson The University of Central Rortda, located in Orlando, offers a Master of Science in Civil Engineering degree with a sub discipline In Transportation. In O
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    ----------Floricla ----------University of North Florida (UNF) Department of Tran$pOftDtlon ancl Loglstfcs 4567 St. John's Bluff 1?4 S. .l8ckscnville R. 3Z216 (904) 646-2780 CJouglas Lambelt The University of North Flonda in Jacksonville currently offers a Bacl>elor's degree in Transportation and Logistics. To obtain the degree, students must oompiE!J! 60 semester hours of coursework. Courses offered include Transportation Economics, Logistics System Analysis, Applied carrier Management, Introduction to Management Science, introduction to Management Information Systems, Purdlaslng Management, Labor Relations, and Seminar in Purchasing and Materials Management. University of Miami (UM) Depaftment of Archirectural a Environmental Engineering PO Box 248294, McArthur Engineering Building, Coral Gables, FL 33124-(}6]0 (305) 284-3391 David Shen, ChiJirperson Department of Management -5dlool of Business Administration 414 Jenkins 8/dg, OJral Gables, FL 33126 (305) 284-5846 Dr. LincliJ Neider, ChiJirperson The University of Miami lOcated In Coral Gables, offers an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering witt> concentration in TranSj)Ortation Engineering. To Obtain the degree, students must complete 129 semester units where electives are chosen in the area of Transportation Engineering. Courses offered indude TranSj)Ortation Engine6ing I, which covers the Planning, Design, and Operations of Airports, Water Port Facil ities, Rail Systems, and Basic Highway Design; Traffoc Engineering; Geometric Design; Advanced Highway Design; and TranSj)Ortation Systems Planning and Demand Modeling. The Department of Management offers an undefg:raduate degree with specialization in Transportation and logistics. Courses offered include Prtndples of Transportation and logistics and Marine Transportation. The Law School offers electives in Aviation Law, which concentrate on the legal aspects of domestic and international aviation. University of South Florida (USF) Civil Engineering Program Gri!dUiJie Interdisciplinary Tran$pOftDtion Program 4202 Fowler ENS 118, Tampa, R. 3362Q-5J75 Dr Ram PetldyaliJ, (813) 974, ext. 1084 Dr F. Ron Jones, (813) 974-3120 At USf, located In Tampa, the CMI and Environmental Engineering Department offers graduate programs at both the Master's and Ph.D. levels. Areas of study indude Engineering Mechanics, Environmental Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Materials Engineering and Science, 51ructural Engineering, Transportation Engineering and PlaAning, and Water Resources Engineering, witt> an extensive undergraduate program in Civil Engineering. The University also offers a Graduate Interdisciplinary Transpo the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) providing research oversight and administration. To accomplish its research goals CAAR utilizes a team approach, involving full-time researdlers, faculty, and students. The Center is the home of intendisdplinary research activities invoMng aviation and aerospace flelds. The primary thrust ol CMR's work is to enhance aviation/aerospace safety and to Improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the National Airspace System through the development of airway system safety technology, improvements to air traffic oontrol, innovative flight technology, cockpit resource management, and related human factors gains. EmbryRiddle faculty and staff researchers perfonns ___ ln_ __ 254

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    ------------Florida interdisciplinary research In human factors, advanced technology, and systems management for av!ation{aerospaoe applications. The University support these research elforts with a variety of laboratories, specialized equipment, and simulation and modeling capabilities. Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) University of South Florida (USF) .. College of Engineering, 4202 E. Fowler, QJT 100, Tampa, Fl 33620.5375 (813) 974-3120, FAX (813) 974, 5unCom 574 Gary Brosch, Director CUTR was established in 1988 by the Rorida Legislature and the Florida Board of Regents to provide high quality, objective, and implementable solutions to Florida's transportatlon problems. Located at the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida, CUTR employs a staff of 80, induding -40 full-time researchers. CUTR's experts In t h e fields of engineering, finance, economics, planning, geography, public policy and the environment apply their real world" skills to a variety of transportation areas Including lntermodal and guideway research, transit development p laMing, intell igent highway systems, specialized transit, transit planning and operations, transportation demand management, access management, innovatiVe flnanclng, transportation economics, transportation safety and training, public policy analysis and evaluation, alternative fuels, GIS applications in transportation, growth management/livable communities, and demographics. The Center was designated by Congress as the National Urban Transit Institute In 1991. Since its inception, CUTR has conducted more than 250 research projects for a variety of sponsors throughout the state and nation at a value of more than $36 million. Lehman Centet" for Transportation Research (LCTR) F/orid8lnternationaf University QVI/and Engineering Oept, University Park Campus EAS 378S Mfamt Fl. 33199 {305) FAX (3QS) 3'18-4057 Dr. DaVid Shen, P.E., Ph.D., Director LCTR was established I n 1993 and named In honor of Rorida Congressman BID Lehman. Located at Florida International University In Miami, LCTR has five core faculty researchers, fiv e research assoclates, and twelve graduate and undergraduate students conducting its research. LCTR's staff of el
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    Florids TranspomdonAinw!1c' --------State of Florida Departments Lt. GovtNJtQf"/luddy NIICKBy ExeartiVB Office of the GoYemor The Tallahassee, R. 3239!Hl001 (850) 411Sn (GoYemor), (850) 411S-4711 (Lt Governor) Agriculture and consumer services Commissioner Bq/J Cl'awfotd PL-10 lllo C.pitol Tallahassee, R. 3239!HI610 (850) 48&-3022 Banking and Finance Comp/rOIIer Robert F. Milligan Pl .09 The C.pltDI Tallahassee, R. 32399-o350 (850) 48&-0370 Business and Professional Regulations Se<:ref.atyT. F!JneQ NOJIIlwood Centre, SUI!!! 60 1940 N. Slreet Tallahassee, FL 32399-0750 (850) SUnCom 27&-6079 Children and Family servloes Execu/ille Director Walrer Cook 2639 N. Monroe Slreel Tallahassee, Fl3239!1-0239 (850) 487-2800 Citrus ExecutiVe Director Ddnlel L santage/() Post Office Box 148 Lakeland, A. 33802 0148 (941) 49!1-2500 Health Secretary .li!mes T. Howelt M.D. 1317 Wlnewood 81vd. Tallahassee, FL 32399 (850) 413 Highway Safety and Motor Vehldos Execvttve Direcfor Fred o. Ofddllson, UI Klll
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    ------------Florida Transportation AJman-::'c' --------Labor and Employment Security Seoe/aly Doug JatnefSO>? Tourism 2012 capital Cirde, S.E. SUite 303, Hartman Bldg. Tallahassee, F L 32302 President Austin Moff fll VISIT FLORIDA, Inc P O. Box 1100 (850) 488-7880 Law Enforcement EXecutive Director .l.1mes T. Moore Po$1 Offici! Box 1489 Tallahassee, F L 32302 (850) 488 7880 Legal Affairs/Attorney General Atromey GenenJI ROI>ert A. ButreMOtth PL-01 The capitCI Tallaha sse e FL 32399 1050 (850 ) 487 1963 Revenue Execv/Ne Diff!Ctor LNry H. Fuchs SOl s calhoun, canton Bldg. Room 225 Tallahassee, FL 32399-0100 (850) 488 2635, ex!. 3897 Tallahassee, FL 32302 1100 (850) 488 Trade and Eamomk Development President John Andetscn Enterprise Aoricfa, Inc. 390 N Orange Ave. SUi te 1300 Oriando, fL 32801 (407) 316-4600 TroM!IOrtotion "Thom8s F. Bany 605 Suwanee Street Tallahassee, F L 32399 0450 (850) 1145 205 Veterans Affairs Exeadlve Director canos L Ralnwter Post Office Sox 3 10 0 3 St. Petersbur g, F L 33731 (813) 898-4443 Florida Senate Transportation Committee Room 30 Senate Office Building Tallah...,.., R. 32399-1100 (850) 487 5223 SunCcm 277 5223 Sen. James Hargrett, Jr. (Chair) s e n Tom Lee (Vice Chair) Sen. Daryl Jon es Sen. AMa P Cowin se n Charles W C lary III Sen Howard C. Forman Sen. lad< Latvala Sen. John 0$1a l ldewk7 Sen George Klrkpatrid< Florida House of Representatives Transportation Committee Room 418 House Office Buildin g Tallahassee R. 3230 1 Rep. lames F ul ler (Chair) Rep. Kelly R. Smith (Vioe Chair) Rep. Baine Bfoom Rep. o tee constantine 1\ep. Howan:t Fulth (850) 488-3483, SUnCcm 276-3483 Rep. Keith Arnol d Rep Joseph R. Mackey, J r Rep. Allen Trovilllon Rep. U$a Cartton Rep. Jamey Westbrook --John .1o1m-. Adm-A-t: Nlldd R-tt ___ JL __ 260

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    Florida Tnnaj)OJUtion Almsn -:: c u.s. Senate Committee on Commerce Science Ill Transportation 508 llirlora A. MlaJ!Icl, MD

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    -------------Florida Tn.nsportadon Alman";;'c' ---------U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations, SubCommittee on Transportation 2358 Roybum HOB Rep. Frank R.. Wolf, VA, 0\airman Rep. Tom Delay, TX Rep. Ralph Regula, OH Rep. Harold Ro9efS, KY Rep. Ron Packard, CA Rep. Sonny C.llallan, AI. Washington, D.C. 20515'-6027 Rep. Todd llalwt, KS Rep. AI. Rep. Martin Olav Sal>o, MN Rep. Esteban Edward TOrTI!$, CA Rep. Ed i>astor, Ium House Offloe Building 2163 Rayburn House Offloe Blildlng D.C. 20515 Washington, D.C. 20515 Telephone: MaJority (202) 225-9<146 Telephone: Majority (202) Rep Bud Shuster, PA, Clair Rep. Thomas Petri, WI, Vice-Olairman Rep. Don Young, AK Rep. Sherwood Bodllert. NY Rep. Howard Coble, NC Rep. John Duncan, J r., TN Rep Thomas Ewing, I L Rep. Wayne Gilc!Test, MD Rep. Jay Kim, CA Rep. Stephen Hom, CA Rep. Bob Franiwn, FL Rei). Jatnc!S Barela, MI Rep. Bob Fllner, CA Rep. Eddie &>nice Johnson, TX Rep. Frank Mascara, PA Rep. Gene Taylor, MS Rep. Juanita Millendef-Mdlonald, CA Rep. Jeny Moran, KS Rep. Bijah Cumlrings, MD Rep. Eal1 Blumenauer OR Rep. Max Sandlin TX Rep. Bien TMJSC!Ier, CA Rep. 811 Pascrell, Jr., Nl Rep. Jay Johnson, WI Rep. Leonard lA Rep .Nm M
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    ------------Florida TransportationAlman-:?c' Florida Department of Transportation .TIIDmiiS F. limy, 5eaetMy 605 SUwanee Street, MS '>7, Tallahassee, FL 323994150 (850) 41+5205, SunCom 994-5205 Executive Program Coordinator Greg leer, MS-57 (850) 414 5215 Comptroller Tom Boyd, Ms-42 (850) 9217100 ToU Operations Debbie Stem le MS-45 (850) 488-5687 Management Budget Annette Daoo, MS-57 (850) 414-5228 Administration Teresa Stewart, (850) 414-5230 Information Systems Nelson H ill, MS-57 (850) 414-5220 Transport:ation Polley Asslst
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    ------------Florida T1'1111sportation Alm1111-:-c' District Five Nancy Houston, Dlslrk:t Secretary 719 5. WOO
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    Florida Transportation Alm:111-:'c' Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged Don W edewer, Chair Representing Disabled Persons 3332 Piping Rock Tallahassee, FL32308 (550) 893 2004 Marylin Baldwin Otlz el15 Advocate (Urban) aty of Oriando !'laM i ng and Developmen t Dept. 400 s. Orange Avenue Orlando, FL32801 (407) 246 6 Ken Fischer F lorida Transit Association C{oVOTRAN 950 Big Tree Road Soulll Daytona, R. 32119 (904) ext. 126 PetetGianlno Chairperson of TDC Otizens Advocate (Rural) 217 E O
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    Florida Transponadon AJms:i'c \ F lorida's Regi o nal Planning Agencies P la M ing Retlonal P l anning Countlea 5erYed Executive Diredlonl Dlstrlloo&> Walton PO Box4S6 Washington Holmes Pensacola 32593-0486 Bay (850) 595-8910, SooCom 695 FAX (850) 59S.8967 2 Apal adlee C.lhoun Leon Challes o. Blume Frankli n Uberty 3 1 4 E. C..ntral Ave. Rm 119 Gadsden Wakul la Blountstown 32424 Jackson Gulf (850) 674"1574 Jefferson FAX (850) 674 4574 Tallahassee Office: (850) 41!8-1616, sun<:om 278 6211 3 North c..ntra l Ao riela Aladlua Union Ola rles F. Justice Bradford GilChrist 2009 NW 67m Place, Ste A Columbia lafayette Gainesville 32653 Hamilton (352) 955 2 00, sun<:om 625 22oo SUwamee Taylor FAX (352) 955 2209 Dixie Northeast Rorida -Nassau Brian D Teeple Qay Putnam 9143 Philips Hwy, Ste 350 Duval St. Johns Jadobee R. Dougl as Leonard Hardee Pclk PO Drawer 2089 Higlllands Barlnw33831 (941) 534-7130 sun<:om 549-7130 FAX (941) 534-7138 8 Tampa Bay Hillsborough Jul4a Greene Manatee 9455 Koger Blvd., Ste 219 Pasa> St. Peter>burg 33702 Pinellas (813) 5n, sun<:om 586 7 FAX ( 8 13) 5 7()-5118 9 SOUthwest Rot1da Olarlolte Her>dry Wayne E Dallry Collie< l.te PO Box 3 4 55 G lades sarasota North Ft. Myer.; 339 1 8-3455 (941) 6S6 n 2o, s un<:om 749 7720 FAX (813) 656n24 10 Treasure Coast Indian RiVe< MIChael Busha Martin PO 8ox1529 Palm8eaell Palm Oty 34991 St. Lude (561) 221-4060, sun<:om 269-4060 FAX (561) 221-106 7 L 266

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    Flo rids TI'SU1sportstion Jacksonville UrtlanlzeciAreo MPO 128 E Forsyth St., Suite 700 Jacl
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    FloJids Trsnsportstion Florida Transportation Management Associations/Organizations and Commuter Assistance Programs Bay Area Commuter 5erviees, Inc. 5100 West Kennedy BlVd., Suite 265 Tampo, FL 33009 (813) 282-2467 Contact Jim Law Otrus, Hemando, Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas Commuter Services ol North Florida Florida State University College of Business 321 Tallahassee, FL 32306 (850) 644-2509 Conl>ct: Dwayne carver Leoo Civic Center TMO 1 400 NW 10 m Av., Suite 914 Miami, FL 33136 (800) 23+7433 (305) 243-2321 Cootaa: Anat Schwartzball'll 0\0c Center/Hospital ActMty Center Downtown St. Pete TMO P.O. Box 2387 Tampa, FL33001-23B7 (813) 22J.-3686 Contact Peb!r Lupla Downtown Sl-Peb!rsburg Downtown Tampa TMO 1 campus City Cenb!r, SUite 1n4 Tampa, F L 33602 (813) 221-3686 Contact: James aoar Dovmtown Tampa University North TMI University of South Roricla/ClJTll COllege of Engineering 4202 E. Fowler CUT lOll Tampa, FL 33620-5375 (813) 974-3120 Contact sara Hendlid
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    ------------PJorida Tl'II11Sportadon Alman"";;'c' -----------wPalm llud>TMA Oty Hall 200 2nd 51. West Palm Beach FL33401 (561) 659-8025 Cootact: J a n Lockwood (561) 833-8873 Westshon1 Alliance (Tampo) TMO 5100 West Lemon St., S
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    Florid Tnntponalion Alt.tuon-:'c' Florida s Major Alrpolts O.ytona-I--.,1 Airport 700 Oltalino Or., SIJite 300 Daytcna Be.1d1, R. 32114 (901)248-8069 Otl'l!Ctllr: Derris Mc:G!e n Lauderdole-Mollywood International 320 Tennlnol Or. ft Lauderdale, FL 33315 (954) 359-6100 Director: George Spofford Gainesville Regional Airport 3400 NE 39 Ave., Suite A Gainesville, R. 32609 373 0249 Director: Gene P. Clerkin Key w Jramollonol Airport 34915.-Key Fl33040 (305) 296-7223 Dlredllr: Alttr: Sandy Sand s M elbourne lnWIJiollonol Airport One Air Tennlna l Pkwy., SUite 220 Melboume, FL 32901-1888 (407) 723-6227 otreetor: James c. Johnson M loml Jn1:8mltional Airport CllncoCDia, Fl32504 (850) 435-1746 Olreetor: Frank M iller Slr-Brodenton Jntemotlonol Airport 6000 Airport Clrde SoriOOtll, Fl34243 (941) 359 Dlrec:tor: Fredonck Plocdo Southwest Florida International Airport 16000 Chamber1in Pkwy R. MyM, Fl33913 (94 1 ) 76 8-1000 DloedlOr: Robert H Bal TIIIIP" Intematlonal Airport PO !lax 22287 ,.._, Fl33622 (813) 871).7800 Dlrectot: LOlA$ E Miller Vero Bead! Munlcipol Airport 3400Cherol
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    Florida Transponation AJman"":c\ ---------Florida's Privately-Owned Airports Airport Manatee 10608 US41 N. Palmetto, F L 34221 (941) 722 9296 Ames Fiekl 17551 NW 60"' Ave. Trenton, FL32693 (352) 463 Bob Lee Right Strip 5000 Bob Lee .Airport Road DeLand, FL 32724 (904) 734-5291 Bob White Field 7011 Jones Ave. Zellwood FL 32798-o494 (407) 884-4809 Chalet Suzanne 3800 Ola&et Suzanne Dr. Wales, FL 33853 (941) 676 6011 Coastal Airport 600 1 W. N inemile Rd. Pensacola, FL 32526 (8 50) 944-1284 The Dfttln Airport 1001Ai
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    Florida Tmnsportlldon Florida's Community Airports Alrglades Airport U.S. Highway Route 2 7 North Clewiston, Fl33440 (941) 983 6151 Albert Whitted A irport 107 am Ave. SE St. Petersbonville, R. 32225 (904) 642-4001 Crystal River Airport 718 N Windberg a-,.sta1 River, FL 34423 (352) 79%868 Dade-Collier Trainlng{Transltfon Airport 28700 <;m 217 Ave. Homestead, F L 33030 (305) 247 -4883 Daytona Beach International Airport 700 Catalina Dr., Suite 300 Beach, FL 32114 (904) 248-8030 Dunnellon/Marion County Airport 15072 <;m 111"' St, Bldg. DAl Dunnellon, F L 34432 (352) 489-4919 EveJlllades Airport 650 Alrpari< Rd. Everglades Oly, Fl34139 (941) 695 Inverness Airport 3540 5oulh Airport Rd. Inverness, R. 34450 (352) 341 Kay Larkin Airport 4051 Rled St. Palatlol, R. 32177 (904) 32!1-0148 ___ L __ 27.1

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    ------------Florids Trsnsportstion -----------R. Lauderdale fxealllve Airport 1401 w commeroal Blvd. Stile 200 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 (954) 93$-4966 R. Laudenlale/HoUywood International 320 Terminal Dr. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 333 1 5 (954) 3 5 9-6100 Gainesville Revlonal Airport 3400 NE 39"' Ave. Stile A Gainesville, FL 32609 (352) 373-0249 Gilbert Fleld Munldpal Airport 3000 21" St. NW Winter Haven, F l 33881 (941) 293 2 5 01 Herlong Airport 6977 Herlong Rnd, Fl33611 (941) 648-3296 Learburg Munldpal Airport 32650 Echo Or. Leesburg, Fl 32650 (352) 7 8 7 ModiCOunty Airport PO Box 337, COunty R d 51 Mamsoo,Fl32340 (850) 973-2156 Marco-Executl\le Airport 2003 Mainsail Dr. Naples, Fl34114 (941) 394-3355 Marfanna Munldpilll Al.rpott PO Box 936 FL 3 2 44 7 (850) 482-4353 Polm Beach COunty Perk Airport 2 633 Lantana Road SUite 13 Lantana, FL33462 (561) 965-6400 Perry-Foley Airport PO Box 620 Peny, Fl32348 (850) 83$-3500 Peter O'Knlglrt Airport 825 severn Ave. Tanw, FL 33606 (813) 251-1752 -Prince Airport 5550 N. Airport R
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    Opa LOcka AJrport 14300 NW 41" Ave. Fl33054 (305) 869-1660 Opa Locka West Airport 14300 NW 41n Ave. Miami, Fl33054 (305) 869-1660 Orlando Executive Airport 400 Hemdon Ave. Orlando, FL32803 (407) 894-9831 Ormond Bead1 Munkipal Airport 22 South Beach St. Ormond Beach, Fl32174 (904) 676-3267 Page Field SO 1 Danley Drive Fl Myers, FL 33907 (941) 936-1443 Palm Beach County Glades AiTport 3800 State Road 715 Pahokee, FL33 476 (S61) 924-5696 Florida Trsnsponstion Plant City Airport 4007 Airport Rd. Plant 0\y, Fl3356H12S (813) 752-4710 Pompano Beach Ail'l)ark 1001 NE 10 St. Pompano Bead>, FL 33060 (954) 786-4135 Sebastian Regional Airport 1225 Mainstream Street Sebastian, Fl. 32958 (561) 58Hl111 Sebring Regional Airport 128 Authority Lane 5ebrlng, FL33870 (941) 6SH444 Space coast Regional Airport 355 Golden Knights Blvd. Tltusvllle, FL327BO (407) 267-8780 st. AugustlM Airport 4796 US 1 Nooth St. Augustine, FL3209S (904) 825 6862 St. Lucie COunty International Airport 2300 Virginia Ave. Vandenberv Airport 9334 Vandenberg Airport Rd. Tampa1 FL 33610 R. R. 34982 (561) 462-1732 Suwannee COUnty Airport 224 Pine Ave. Live Oak, Fl. 32060 (904) 364-3400 Tallahassee Regional Airport 3300 Cal)ltal Orela SW Tallahassee, Fl. 323 1 0 (850) 891-7800 Umatilla Municipal Airport 48 Skyline Dr. U maijlla, FL32784 (352) 669-3125 Valkaria Airport 2865 Greenbrooke Vall
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    Canaveral Port Authority 200 George King Blvd. Cope Conove
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    ------------FJodds Trsnsponsdon Aiman-:'c' Florida's Public Transportation Agenaes Bay County Coundl On Aging 1116 Frankfurt Avenue Panama Oty, FL 32401 (850) 769-3468 D;redor: Beth Coullletle Browatd County Ttan< (BCT) 3201 West Copans Rd. Pompano Beach, FL33069 (954) 357-8301 Director. Midlael Scanlon Central Fforida Regionill Transportation Authority (LYNX) 225 Ea.t Robinson S1reet, Sooe 300 Orlando, FL 32801 (4()7) 841 2279 DlrectO<: Leo Auger Escambla County Area Transit (ECAT) 1515 We.t Faitfiekl Dr. Pensaunty Area Transit (I'ICAT) 1108 26nt Av e East Bradenton, FL 34208 (941) 747-8621 OirectO<: Corl Galtes l'llamiDade Transit Agency (MDTA} Ill N.W. Rr.t St., SUite 910 Miami, FL 33128 (305) 375-5675 DireCtor: oanov Palm Beach County Transportation Authority (PalmTran) Bldg. s-144(), PBIA We.t Palm Bead!, Fl33406-1498 (56!) 233-1166 Director: Robert Rnke Pinellas Suncoast Tra nslt Authority (PST A) 14840 49m St., N. Oearwarer, FL 33762 (813) 530-9921 Director: Roger Sweeney Regional Transit S'jstem (RTS) 100 SE 10'" Ave. Gainesville Fl32602 (352) 334-2609 DlrectO<: Peny Maull Sarasota County Anta Transit (SCAT) 5303 Pinkney Ave. Sara-, FL 34233 (941 ) 316-1007 Dlrecb:l<: Jay Goodwill Spaoe Coast Area Transit (SCAT) 401 s. Varr Ave. Cocoa, R. 32922 (407) 633-1878 Dfrector: Jlm Uesenfelt Volusla County (VO'IRAN) 950 Big Tree Road SoUIIt Daytona, FL 32019 (904) 761-7700 Director: Ken Rsther ___ L _ 277

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    -------------Fiorids Trsnspottstion Almsn-:-c' ---------Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged .JoAnnHutdii-,EJtecutlveDI_. 60S SUwannee St, M$"19, Tallahassee, Fl32399 0450 {850) 488-6036 1 983-2435 {111 sta,.), H00-648-6048 ( TOD oniYJ Aorida's Local Community Transportation Coordinators (CTCs) Coordinated Transportadon System Marion Man: 2711 NW 6"' Street, Suite C GaineSVille, FL 32609 {352) 334-1600 Alachua, Levy Baker County Coundl on Aging Andrea Atran 101 E. Mac
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    Flag ler COunty CGundl on Aging steven Jones Florida Transportation UfeStream Bellovlaral Center Jim Van Pelt 1000 Belle Terre Boulevard Palm Coast, FL 32164 (904) 4 37 -7300 Suwannee River Economic Coundl Francis Teny PO Box70 Uve Oal(, FL 32064 ( 352) 493-6709 Big Bend Transit, lnt:. Ted Waters POBox 172 1 Tallah asse e, F L 32302 (850) Gadsden, Jefferson, Leo!\ Madison, Taylor GoodWheels, Itte. Oee Sheridan 10075 Bavaria Rood SE Ft. Myers, A. 33913 (941) 768-6184 Glades, H endry Gulf COunty Association for RetaRied Otizens,Inc. Diana Harrison 303 Perer.; St Port st. Joe, F L 32456 (850) 22H327 COMSIS WUJiam Herndon 2371 u.s. 27 South Sebring, FL 38870 Hardee, Highlands, Okeechobee Indian River COunty COwtdl on Aging Arlen e Retdler PO Box 2102, Vero Beach, FL (561) 569-0760 Okaloosa COorclnated Transportation Barry Peterson 207 Hospitlll DI1'A! R. Walton Beach, A. 32548 (850) 833-9168 LYNX Transit Rob Gregg 225 East Roblnsoo St., Suite 300 Oflando, FL 3 2 801 (407) 841-2279 Orange, OSIa, Seminole Palm Beach Ce
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    ------------F1orids Transporuuion Aiman-:'c\ ----------PHCO County DIY. Edward KnJte 8620 Galen Wilson Blvd. Port Richey, A. 34668 (813) 831 Pinellas COunty MPO David McDonald 14 5 Fort Hamson Avenue Oearwater, FL 33756 Polk County To:Msportallon Sy-.. Donna Wulfl' 1290 Golfvlew Avenue, SUite 116 Bartow, FL 33830 (941) 534 5360 ARC Transit, Inc. Boyd lllompson 310 Sooll110"' St. Palatb, FL32177 (904) 352 Milam Sumter County Board of County Comm. James Spal1ee, FL 32302 (850) 224-3148 John Manning, President Florida Transportation BullderJ Asloclation PO Box 1208 Tallahas>ee, FL 32302 (850) 942-1404 Robert President Florida Truddng Assoclallon, Inc. 350 East COllege Avenue Tallahassee FL 32301 (850) 222 Thomas 8 Webb, Jr. President Federal lfl9hway Admlnl-on Rorida Division Oftice 227 N. Bronough St., Room 2015 Tallahassee, RL 32301 (850) 942 9579 J .R. Skinner, Division Administrator Floridians for letter Transportallon PO Box 26 St. Pttersburg, FL 33731 0026 (813) 578 Don 0.0., President Institute of Tran-rtallon Engineers UniVersitY of Ronda Me TtallS Center 512 Weil Halt Gainesvlle, FL 32611 (352) 392.0378 William M. SamJ)SIOO, P.E. President Authority 525 5. MagnOlia Ave. Orlando, FL 32801 (407) 425-8606 Wayne Rich, Olalnnan Precast conaete Sbuctwes Assoclallon, Inc. PO Box08669 FL Myers, FL 33908 (941) 4Shner, Executi,... Director 280

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    -----------Florida Tranaporudon Transportation Acronyms AAA AADT AALPS AAMVA AAPA AAR AASHTO AAWDT ABA ASS ACTS ADA ADT AFC AFV AFZ AGT AHS AMA AMPO APC APM APTA APTS ARTS ARZ ASCE ASE ATS AVI AVL AVM BAC BTS CAAA CBD CDL CFC CFF CFR CFV CH30H CH4 CMSA co C02 CPI CTPP CUTA CUTR cvo CWR DAB DAR DGPS DOD DOE DOL DOT DPM American Automobile Association Avsage Annual Daily Traffic Automated Air Load Planning System American AssodaUon of Motor Vehicle Administrators Amencan Association of Port Authorities AssodaUon of Amerlcan Railroads Amencan Association of State Highway and TtansportaUon Offldals Annual Awrage Weekday Trallic Amei1Can Bus Associatton American Bureau of Shipping American COalition for Traffic Safety Americans With DisabiHtv Act Average Daily Traffic Automatic Fare COllection AltErnative-Fuel Vehicles Auto.free Zone Automated Guideway Transit Automated Highway SystEms Ame rican Motorcydlst AssoclatJon Average Miles Driven Per Day Automatic Passeng8' counter Automated People Mover Amerlcan Public Transit Association Advanced Public Ttansportatioo System AdVanced Rural Transportation Systems Aoto-restrtcted Zone Amertcan Society of OVII Engineers Automated Speed Enforcement American Travel SUrvey Automated Vehicle Identlflcation Automatle Vehicle locatlen Automatic Vehicle MOnitoring Blood Alcohol COnoen!ration Bureau ofTransportatlen Statistics Oean Air Act Amendments of 1990 central Business District commercial driver's fioense 011orofluorocarbon Oean Fuel Fleet code of Federal Rf9Uiatioos Clean Flee! Vehicle Methane COnsolidated Metropolitan Statistical Area carbon MonOXIde carbon Dioxide' ConS\Jmer Price Index Census Transportatioo Planning Package canadian Urban TranSit Association Cenl:l!r for Urban Transportation Research COmmercial Vehicle Operations COntinuOIJS Welded Rail DlaiABus DiaiARide Differential Global Positioning System Department of Defense Department of Energy Department ol Labor Department of Transportation Downtown Peopte Mover DUI DVMT DWJ EAP EDI ElS EPA EMU ETA ETC ETMS ETTM EV FAA FARS FOOT FEMA FHWA FMS FMC FMVSS FOIA FRA FrA FY GAO GDP GIS GNP GOV GPS GVW HA2MAT tiC HCM HM HOV HP HQ HRIS HSGT HSI IEEE ISTEA ITE ITS IVHS lT-W KM K-R LEN UM LOS LPG LRRT LRT LRS LRV LSM LTPP MCMIS MPG Driving under the Influence Dally Vehicle Miles ol Travel Driving while Intoxicated EJ11ployee Assistance Program Bectroni<: data interchange Environmental Impact assessment Envlroomentat Protection Agency Electric Multiple-tlnlt car Estimated nme of An!val Electronic Toll COI!ecUon Enhanced Trafftc Management system Electronic Toll and Traffic Management Elecbic Vehicle Federal Aviation Admlnlslration Fatal Aoddent Reporting System Florida Department of Transportation Federal Emergency Management Agency Federal Highway Administration Fleet Management System Federal Maritime COmmission .Federal Motor Vehide Safety Standa
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    -------------FJorids ------------MPO MSA MV N20 NASS NCHRP NCSA NCTRP NOR NEPA NETSIM NHI NHS NHSTA NIMBY NM NOX NPTS NRC NTD NTP NTS NTSB 03 OHS OMB OPC OSHA PAX PCE POPS PHS PMSA PMT PMT POV PPI PRT PSU PUMS RFP RGR ROW RPM RRJS RRT RSPA Metropolitan Planning Organization Metropol i tan Statistical Area Motor Veh;de Nitrous OxSde National Accident Sampling S'/al T ransporta tion Safety Board Ozone Office of Highway Safety Office of Management and Budget OrganizatiOn of Petroleum Exporting Countries OocupaUonal Safety & Health Administration Passenger Passenger car Problem Driver Pointer System Pavement Management system Primary Meb"opofitan Statistical Area Passenger Miles Trawled Person Miles of Travel Privately Owned Vehicle Producers Price Index Personal Rapid TranSit Primary Sampling P\Jblic-use Miaodata Sample Request for Proposal Regional Rail Right otway Revenue Passenger M ile RaW road Research Information Seovlce R a W Rapid Transit Research and Spedal Programs RT RTAP RV SHRP SM SMPG SMSA 502 SOY SOX STP TACV TAZ TAZ TCP/IP TCRP TCU TDM TDP TDP TIC TIGR TIP TMA TMA TMA TQM TRANSCAD TRB m UA U80A UITP UMTA UMTRJS UTMS UTPS UZA VHT YIN VMT VOR WTS www uv Rail Transit Rural Technical Assistance Program Reaeational Vehicle Strategic Highway Research Program Statute Mile seat Miles Per Gallon Standard Metropolitan Statistica l Area Sulfur OiOXide Single Oocupancy Vehlde S1Afur Oxicle SI.Vfa<:e TransportaUon Program Tracked />Jr Cushion Vehld e Trafllc Analysis Z<>ne Transportation Analysis Zone Transmission Control ProtocoVInt emet Protocol Transit Cooperative ResearCh Program Transportation control Unit Transportation Demand Managtme n t TranSit Development f>ro9ram Transit Development Plan Trawler Information Center Topological Integrated Geographk: Encoding & Referencing T r ansportation Improvement Program Traffic M a nagement Advisor Trafllc Management Agency Transportation Management Association Total Quality Management Transportation Computer Assisted Oesign Transportation Research Board Texas Trarl$1Xlrtation InsliMe Urbanized Anea United 8us Owners of America International Union of PubUc Transport Urban Mass TranSJ)OI'tation Administration (Now federal Transit Administration) Urban Mass Transportation Research lnfonmation Seovlce Urban Transportation Modeling SySiem Ul"bWW Transportation Planning System Urbanized Anea Vehide Hours Traveled Velllde ldenUflcation Number Vehide Mile(s) Traveled Veh;de Oocupancy Rate Women's Transportation Seminar World Wide Web Zero EmiOSIOn Vehicle ____________ Jb __________

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    Florida Tnnsportation AJmanic' 51* (MODDIN METRIC) CONVERSION FACTORS APPROXIMATE CONVERSIONS TO 51 UNITS Symbol When You Know Multiply by To Find Symbol LENGtH ,, inclles 25.4 mlll'meters mm .... 0.305 meters m yd yards 0.914 mete" m mi miles 1 61 ldlometets '" ..... .. square 11\Ch!s ..... square m 111meters -n square feet 0.093 square meters m .,.. square yards 0.836 square meters m ac ""' 0.40$ '""'"' ha mr square miles 2.59 squ:we kllomettiS .... VOLUME "" tiUkl OI.I'IW tnillllters mL gal """" 3 .7as '"" L ft' Qlblcr..t 0.028 aiblcmetm m' .,., 0.76S 01bie mteers m' NOTE: VOlumes greater ltlan 1000 1 shall be shown In rrl. MASS oz ounces 28.35 lb "'"'"' (l.4S4 klbgr.ams kg T $110ft ton; (2000 lb) 0.907 megagrams Mg T!MPlRA1\IRf (exad:) Fahrent.elt temperature S(l'-32)19 C.isiO$ c 'F or (F-32)11.8 -""""' JLWMINAnON ,, l()ot-candlt$ 10,,. '"" "' n root-L
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    Florid a Transportation 51 ( MODERN M ETRIC) CCliiVRSIOH FACTOR S APPR OXIMATE CONV!RS IONS FROM 5I UNITS Symbol When Y ou Know Multiply by T o Find Symbol ........ mm tnilli'fttUI's 0439 ,..,... I n m ........ 3 .28 '"' m ........ ,,., """ "' ""' 0 .621 m iles ml .... mm' squaremlln'letfls 0 .001 6 inc:he$ ... m' S(IWII'tmet.ti"S 10.'164 ..... .. m' Slqtlalf'tmtttrs 1.195 ........ ,.. ... yd .. """"' 2.4 7 aaes ac ""' 0 .386 ...,...mJts ml VOLUMf mL m lilit:M; 0.034 tl"' ...... Mg -1 103 """""' (2000 ,.) T TEMPfRATUU (uact) c """"" 1.8C + 32 Fahrenheit ILLUMXHAnON '"' 0.0929 .. fe Cll/m' .. ...,., ... 0 .2919 tooH.ambMs R.Cf M PUS1UU or S'ft!SS N -o.us -'"' kllopa$(:a!S 0. 14 5 l bf/in l Inch Slls the symbCIII'or the l ntematiOna l d lkllt:S. tOtM'ICftl9 ShoiAcl bt,.... Wh Sta!ot'l" or ASTM E300. ___ JL __ 286

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    Flodda Transportstion Alman""':i'c' INDEX ACRONYMS .... .. Z83-Z84 Age Distribution, Fl/US . . 19 by A a Coooty ................ 2D--28 F la/US 13 Trends, US/FL .... 17, 18 Airports, FL ... ..... , ...... ... ,, 116,271-275 costs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 242 InVentory . . . . . . . 2 4 2 Air Traffic Hubs, statistics, Fla ...... ............ 117 ones served, F l a . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Automobi le RegiSt"ation Fee by State , . . 237 AVJA710N ............. ................ 113 Aviation S\'SWms, Fla ........... ...... , ...... 119 Bicycle/Pedestrian Fadlity Cost ... ............ 245 Bridges Construction Cost., .................. ...... 241 Deficiencies, Aa . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Jurisdiction, Fla . . . . . . . . 101 PreservatiOn Cost ........... ..... , .. . .. 2 4 1 CENSIJSJOURNEYTO lli:lRKm4VEL ........ 41 Mode, Aa/US ... ...... .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. 4S CTCs, Ra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 278 Operating Stal:lstic:s summary, Ra . . . . . . . 139 Summaoy by Type, Aa , .... ..... 140 Commute< Assistance Programs .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 269 COnstruction Cost lnnatlon Forecast, FOOT . . . 246 Container Tra ffic, US/Fia ....... ............. , 166 Cruise Embarkments and Disembarkments, Fla . . . . 169 1-28 Characteristics, Oisl!ibution, Fla/US ...... 19 Characteristics, by Aa County 20 28 CharacteristlCS1 Ra/US . . . . . . . 17, 18 Departure lime to Wor1< by F la County ........ .......... ......... Ra}US ...... ............. o 46 'll'ends, US/Aa ... ..... ............... 48 -51 DIRECTORY , . . . o , 257-280 E
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    -------------Florida ---------ConsumptiOn, Fla . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 use, u s ........ . .. .. .. ............... 92-94 Motor Vehide Registrations, Aa/US .... ........ 95 97 NP'TS HouseholcVTravel Ola r a ctelislics . . . 34 ParatranSit Tl1ps, F l a ... . ......... . .... . 140 PERSONAL mo!Vl: L ....................... ... 31-40 P erson s per Househol d Aa/US .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15, 16 Trip s Miles, Trip Length . . . . . . . . . . 37 Trtp Length .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 9 Trip Travel lime ........ . . . . . . . . 40 Place o/ Wori< by Fla cou n ty ............................ S 21i0 Trends, US/A a ....... . ...... ... .... .... 48 5 1 Popul ati Ten .. .. .. .. .. .. 219 R!g i ons I n F l a (map) ....................... 208 T axable sales, Ra .................. .... 2 1 617 Trade Partners, A a .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 6 5 Aa . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 Traflic Signal s Cost, U S AVII .. . .... .. .. .. .. . 240 T ransit capital Cosls, Rolling Stod< .. .. . . 243 cap i ta l FUnding SOuroes, Selected States . . . . 234 DemandResponse 5ysb!m Performance Indicators . ....................... . 134-138 Operaung 11Jndin g SOurces, Selected States . . . 234 Financial Olaracteristics .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 243 FixedRoute System Performance Indicators 128-13 2 Operators, Demand-Response, A a . . . . . 133 O perators, Fixed-Route, A a .. .. 1 26 127, 277 Transportation Commission, Ra . . . . . . . . . 264 Transportation COmmittees, A a/ U S .. . 260 2 6 2 mANSPORT A Tl ON OEHAND MANAGEME NT .... 1 71-174 TransportaUon Dlsadvanlll90d COmmiSSion, Ra .. .. . .. . .. . . .. . 265 TRANSPORTATIONEIHXATIONAN D RESEAROI ........ ............. . 249-2545 Education Progr'ams i n Aa ... . ... ......... 2 5 2 254 Resean:h ce n ters i n Aa .................. 254255 TRANSI'OilTATION FrNANCING ... .... . 221248 Transportation Management Associa tions R a 173, 269-270 J'liiAWL BEHAVIOR CHARACTEIUSTICS . 29 Travel Demand Management in Aorlda . 1 7 4 by Income ca!OgOf)' .. . . . .. .. .. . . 38 Trav8 Time to Worl< by A a COUnty ............................ 5 2-6 0 RajUS ............... .... ............... 46 Trends, US/A a ........ .................. 48-SI Tumplk e5ummaf)', R a .. ... 98 100, 109111 Vehldes per capita, AaJUS . .. .. .. .. . .. . .. . 9, 1 5 16 per Household, Aa/US .. . .. .. 7 I S 16 Tt1ps, Miles, and T ri p Length .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. 36 Visitors to A a. 1996 .. . .. . .. .. .. . 1 96 By RegiOn ............. ... ............ 209212 288

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    . Florida Transpo.rtadon Florida Transportation Almanac 1998 CUTR Project Team: Michael R. Baltes and Joel R. Rey Project ManagetS Patrida Henderson Daniela Issa Steve Westenzwefg Center for Urban Transportation Research COllege of Engineering, Unlwm;lty of South flo
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    -------------Florida TraMp OrtRtion ----------- . 213 ViSiiCII$ to A o by Ni Ac::ti'fitles . . 6 198 and AUto, _., ... ... 205 207 Olstfnitions ..... .... 0 0 19? Exoendil\JteS . . . . . . . . . 199 Number, by Ai!llCrt . . . . . 200 Number, by Month . . .. . . . .... , . . 202 Trip P\JrpCOe .. . 198 Orio'ns . . . . . . . . . 19 7 to F l a by AVID ActJvlties ..................... 201 and Alr1 History ................... 205 207 Des\1nallons ........... . . . . . . . . 200 . . . .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. . . 201 Number, by Moolll ......... .. .. .. .. . . 204 Trip P\JrpCOe .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 200 OriginS . . . . . . . . . 199 WOI1< Olsobill ty OiS:CrbJikln. RalliS . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.9 by AI CoLnty ............................ 20.28 T -FiliUS .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17, 18 WUters by 1ld, Fla/US .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. 7, IS, 16 Number of, AaJUS ...... 289


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