The high-speed Brightline train could be stopping at Disney Springs sooner than expected.
The I-4 Ultimate Project is moving closer to completion. While commuters may still see those orange barrels along the roadway, the Florida Department of Transporation (FDOT) said that, after five years of construction, the bulk of work is now finished.
The coronavirus pandemic helped to accelerate construction on the I-4 Ultimate Project. The Florida Department of Transportation has announced the non-tolled lanes of the work are in their permanent configuration.
A busy road in Volusia County could be getting a facelift. Traffic can get hectic along State Road A1A in Ormond Beach, so the Florida Department of Transportation wants to add raised medians.
A past plan was to build a light rail system from the Orlando International Airport to International Drive but it would have been mostly taxpayer-funded and the support was not there.
The president of Brightline, the highspeed train connecting South Florida to Central Florida, says there are no planned stops for Universal Orlando or the Orange County Convention Center.
Brightline is said to be building train tunnels from South Florida to the Orlando International Airport, aiming to open in late 2022.
Brightline wants to open a train station at Disney Springs. The high speed train company is planning a two-story station with a lobby on the ground level and passenger facilities on the upper level.
The Florida Department of Transportation is changing the configuration of South Street under Interstate 4 (I-4) to a one-way street.
Reports sent Thursday to state lawmakers about three controversial toll-road projects point to a need for a deeper dive into the future traffic needs of the state.
Flying taxis are coming to Orlando. A German aviation company is planning a transportation hub in Lake Nona. The port is scheduled to be completed by 2025.
The idea of flying above traffic jams may soon become a reality in one Orlando community.
Lilium, a German aviation upstart, plans to bring an air taxi service to the Lake Nona community.
The Florida Department of Transportation is installing new technology to detect wrong-way drivers.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is opening a new entrance ramp to Interstate 4 (I-4) at the Kirkman Road interchange as soon as the morning of Wednesday, September 30.
It's part of a bipartisan bill that calls for a temperature check pilot program at airports.
The SunRail elaborated on the situation, stating that passengers are being taken by bus after a train stopped between two stations.
The coronavirus pandemic is pushing thousands of people to move to Florida. That means more traffic along Interstate 4, but there is concern the population boom could put a strain on Central Florida's major roadway
Brightline is using cutting-edge technology to build tunnels near Orlando International Airport for the high-speed trains. A technique called "box-jacking" cuts the time to build a tunnel from 12 months to 12 days.
The Florida Department of Transportation’s I-4 Ultimate project is reopening the eastbound State Road 408 exit to Orange Avenue.