Motor Fuels: (cents per gallon)
- Federal 18.4; Diesel 24.4
- State (all fuels) 12.1
Trust funded by user fees:
- $8.2 b in FY 2008-09
- $41.5 b in the 5-yr WP
- $4.3 b estimated lettings FY2009
- FDOT employees 7,426 statewide
- $1 invested in transportation = $5.60 in user benefits; $1 b spent = 28,000 jobs.
- SHS has 42,431 lane miles, 11,610 bridges (56% FDOT).
- 800+ aviation facilities: 127 public and 19 have scheduled service.
- 28 Local Transit Agencies
- 14 Seaports
- Of the 2,796 miles of rail lines in Florida, all but 81 miles are owned by 15 freight railroads and the entire track is controlled by the freight railroads.
- In 2007, Florida’s population was estimated to have grown to 18,680,367.
- Between 2000 and 2007, Florida’s population grew an average of 2.3% per year. The growth from 2000-2007 was nearly 11% of the total U.S. population growth.
- There were 84.5 million visitor trips to Florida in 2007, 0.8% more than in 2006. There were approximately 4.6 visitors to the state for every resident in 2007. About 52% of all visitors to Florida arrived by air. Taxable spending in tourism/recreation reached about $65.5 billion in 2007, up by approximately 1% from 2006.
- In 2007, the centerline miles of public roads remained about the same as in 2006. Lane miles on the Florida State Highway System (SHS) grew about 0.4% in 2007.
- Congestion is increasing in 7 largest counties faster than statewide; Metro-Orlando is ninth most congested in nation; Miami and Tampa-St.Petersburg rank 13th and 20th, respectively.
- Florida continues to have a higher than national rate of highway related fatalities, though its annual rate is decreasing.
- Additional information, go to: Annual Performance Report by Florida Transportation Commission
- Other Florida information sites
- Federal Economic Stimulus/Florida: