The I-4 Ultimate project is making gains throughout downtown Orlando as new bridges are being constructed and old bridges are being demolished.
If your Thanksgiving holiday plans are keeping you Florida, you still want to keep an eye on the road. The Florida Highway Patrol says they will be stepping up their presence this weekend to deal with heavy traffic and possible drunk drivers.
Passenger train service from Miami to Orlando is coming soon, but first, crews need to build the tracks. When the $4 billion project is complete, over 175 miles of track will connect the two cities for a roughly three-hour train trip, traveling upwards of 125 miles per hour.
Authorities have made an arrest in the fire that destroyed the Beefy King restaurant. John Huff, 36, was taken into custody less than 24 hours after the iconic Orlando restaurant was set on fire, according to the Orlando Fire Department.
The Florida Department of Transportation has made a change to an exit ramp at Interstate 4 and Maitland Blvd. and that prompted backups on Wednesday.
Downtown Orlando could soon get rental scooters. Hundreds of electric scooters could be popping up around downtown after the City Council approved an ordinance to regulate the devices.
Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings is proposing a one-cent sales tax that is expected to generate more than $596 million dollars annually. The tax revenue will go into a transportation fund for future road projects and the development of a mass transit system, over time, expanding the Lynx and SunRail lines.
The State of Florida is finalizing plans for three new toll roads, which will represent the largest highway expansion project in decades. Assuming there are no environmental issues, proposed routes will be presented next year.
A $28 million interchange along Brevard County is drawing scrutiny. The City of Palm Bay is being criticized for not upholding their part of a road network connecting to the interchange. However, the city says the project has been delayed due to weather and other environmental concerns.
Attention travelers: One year from now, you’re going to need an updated license to get on a plane.
Beep! It’s the new autonomous electric shuttle that is going to provide free services in Lake Nona.