The Florida Department of Transportation District Two and their partner agencies are working hard to improve freight and goods movement in the region. No matter your role in the supply chain, the Northeast Florida Freight Movement Study is your opportunity to have voice in the future freight infrastructure planning process.
The study is being conducted by the Florida Department of Transportation District Two with the overall goal of enhancing and expanding the freight program for the 18-county Northeast Florida region.
The Northeast Florida region is a major freight gateway with the convergence of intermodal transportation facilities, supportive warehousing and distribution centers, and a highly skilled workforce.
Presentations from the January 2017 Forums can be found in the Resources section.
Use our interactive map to show us exactly what and where your concerns are.
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We want to hear from as many people as possible to determine the best ways to improve freight movement in Northeast Florida. Submit your comment here and subscribe for future updates.
District Freight Coordinator FDOT District Two 904-360-5693 firstname.lastname@example.org
Doreen Joyner-Howard, AICP
District Modal Development Manager FDOT District Two
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