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 the backbone that brings all the Florida Agencies together for Florida Interoperability and user group benefits.
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U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao visited Jacksonville City Hall last week, and she did not come empty-handed. Chao presented Mayor Lenny Curry a $25 million check representing a grant previously awarded in December.
Jacksonville plans to use the money to begin adding a fleet of autonomous vehicles to join existing public transportation with a multimodal transportation center. Another targeted program involves the removal of Hart Bridge ramps located next to Metropolitan Park and sports complex.
Both Jacksonville area representatives, Democrat Al Lawson and Republican Rutherford, celebrated the grant which they played a role, along with Rubio, in obtaining.
"We let them understand the importance of where Jacksonville can be a model, not only for surrounding counties but throughout the state and throughout the country,” Lawson said.
Jacksonville’s proposal, which it submitted last July, was selected as one of 91 out of 851 applications from all 50 states. Chao indicated there could be more to come in the future.
“We want to partner with you to help you achieve even more of your goals,” she said.
Rutherford described the grant as “a big win for Jacksonville and our entire Northeast Florida region.”