The Transportation and Expressway Authority Membership of Florida (TEAMFL) was formed in 1997 to facilitate the exchange of information among toll agencies and the transportation industry.
The membership is made up of board members and executive staff of eight statewide expressway and four transit authorities, the Florida Transportation Commission and over 250 private sector transportation partners.
The public sector group represents members of toll authorities, expressway authorities and bridge authorities, which are created under Chapters 348 or 349 of the Florida Statutes.
The private sector group is comprised of business organizations involved in furnishing goods or professional services to the development, ownership, operation, financing or planning of limited access expressways, toll roads or bridges.
TEAMFL membership includes free attendance at all quarterly events with the ability to bring multipleemployees and access to programs eligible for engineering continuing education credits, at no additional cost. Ambassadors will help you connect to your peers and introduce you to the “who’s who” of the industry. Beyond the outstanding networking opportunities. presentations, focus sessions and panel discussions keep our members informed of toll and transportation industry updates.
TEAMFL is committed to making its websites accessible to the widest possible audience, including individuals with disabilities. In keeping with its mission, TEAMFL complies by implementing the regulations of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
If you need assistance accessing any information on the TEAMFL website, please contact TEAMFL via email at Teamfl.org or call 407-896-0035.
Toll 101 is a series of seven introductory videos designed to educate a variety of audiences to the unique characteristics and value of tolling as part of the approach to finance, build and operate viable transportation solutions in North America.
It isn’t unusual for toll agencies and surface transportation providers to do the impossible and make it look easy. But once in a while, the community gets to celebrate a win that might look simple enough on the surface, but was only possible after years or (in this case) decades of slow, steady progress.
The best infrastructure projects solve multiple pressing problems at once, without creating new issues that send planners and communities back to the drawing boards. That’s why it’s so important that Florida’s Multi-use Corridors of Regional Economic Significance (M-CORES) program is working with environmental groups and paying close attention to species and habitat conservation as it begins planning the future of the state’s three new highway connectors.
It's one of the central challenges of living in Florida today: The tension between keeping our state's rural communities rural, and planning ahead to accommodate the approximately 900-1000 new residents who move here each day.
Provide a public-private forum to share the latest transportation advances and industry best practices and to encourage industry cooperation to sustain a financially viable, user-fee based alternative to help meet Florida’s transportation needs.
A transportation system that ensures an financially-sound, safe, reliable, and seamless customer experience for Florida residents and visitors.