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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Brightline is using cutting-edge technology to build tunnels near Orlando International Airport for the high-speed trains. What would have taken a year to construct will now take just days.
Two workers were injured while working on a construction site for the Virgin Trains project near S.R 528.
The coronavirus is impacting airport security practices. Now, the Transportation Security Administration says it is making changes to the screening process.
The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority Board is looking at scaling back on the budget for the new terminal being built south of the other terminals.
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.
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.
The high-speed train from South Florida to Orlando is still on schedule despite setbacks in other sectors of the economy due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Completion is slated for December of 2022.
When the I-4 Ultimate Project is complete, a new expansion highway widening is on the horizon known as Beyond I-4 Ultimate Project.
An I-4 Ultimate worker slipped and fell near Lake Ivanhoe on Thursday, but luckily,a harness prevented serious injury.
Brand new scooters are speeding around Downtown Orlando now. The latest scooter, from the company Wheels, has a seat.