The Florida Highway Patrol says street racing is on the rise in Central Florida. That's adding to already dangerous conditions on many of the region's roadways.
State troopers are on the lookout for speeders. Florida, Georgia and three other states kicked off a speed enforcement campaign on Monday called Operation Southern Shield.
The speed limit on State Road 408 is about to go up to 60 miles an hour, and officials say raising the speed limit will actually keep drivers safer.
State Road 528 at U.S. Highway 1 in Brevard County is shutting down at 10 p.m. Tuesday night. It will reopen with one lane going in each direction as a major part of construction for the Brightline Railway project. To expedite the work, construction crews have called in a contractor out of Italy to do what’s called box jacking.
The Stay at the Scene campaign aims to reduce the number of hit-and-run crashes in Florida by educating drivers on their responsibilities if involved in a crash.
Raising the speed limit to make a road safer sounds contradictory but that’s what’s being done as drivers will soon be able to pick up the pace on State Road 408.
Drivers in Downtown Orlando will notice changes to South Street, which has shifted to a one-way roadway.
An Orlando man wants drivers to start paying attention and slow down after a neighborhood cat was killed.
The Florida Department of Transportation is installing new technology to detect wrong-way drivers.
The Orlando Police Department says it had to clear protesters off State Road 408 in Orange County early Saturday evening.
Since fewer cars are on the roads, significant progress has been made on I-4 Ultimate construction. Ramps connecting Interstate 4 to State Road 408 are being completed three months ahead of schedule.
Construction along Interstate 4 in Downtown Orlando will create congestion as westbound traffic is reduced to just one lane.
Major road work is now underway along westbound lanes of Interstate 4 through Downtown Orlando.
Travelers are encouraged to avoid Interstate 4 in Downtown Orlando. Westbound lanes will be reduced to a single lane on May 13-18.
Crews on the I-4 Ultimate Project will step up work this coming week with westbound lanes of I-4 limited to just one lane between May 13-18.
The Florida Department of Transportation has lowered the speed limit along a 9-mile stretch of State Road A1A in Brevard County. The move comes just months after a 12-year-old was struck by a motorist in December, dying days later.
Work on the I-4 Ultimate Project is accelerating during the stay-at-home order due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A driver's dashboard camera caught a car transport truck veering into oncoming traffic.
Working on the I-4 Ultimate Project can be a very dangerous job. FOX 35 News was given an opportunity to see the working conditions for construction crews at night.
The exit has shifted from the left to the ride hand side of Interstate 4.