Orlando preparing for air taxis

Orlando is getting serious about air taxis. Private companies are already building new technology to move people through the air locally. Cities will need to develop vertiports, where these vehicles will take off and land and Orlando is laying the groundwork for such sites.

New tunnel building technique speeds up Brightline work

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.

Boosting speed limit on State Road 408

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.

FOX 35 INVESTIGATES: The Cost of SunRail

SunRail board members have approved a study to look at developing a rail service between the Orlando International Airport and SunRail's Meadowood Station, in partnership with Brightline. SunRail needs partnerships like these to prevent sinking deeper into debt, some analysts say.

I-4 Ultimate Project on schedule

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.

Lake Nona to be hub for air taxis

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.

I-4 Ultimate meets major milestone

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.