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State Environmental Management Office

Office Manager
Ken Morefield

605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee, FL 32399

Tel: 850-414-4447
Fax: 850-414-4443
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The role of the FDOT State Environmental Management Office (SEMO) is to develop and ensure the implementation of quality environmental policies, procedures and practices in the development of transportation improvements through each of the Department's core processes: plan, produce, deliver and maintain. Establish policy and procedures to ensure implementation of environmental programs and initiatives of the Department. Coordinate with federal and state environmental resource and regulatory agencies in the development and implementation of environmental processes and procedures consistent with environmental laws and regulations to assist the Department in achieving its mission.


Weekly Briefs, February 1, 2016
Commuting Trends in Florida - Impacts of International Freight Rail - Intercity Passenger Rail - TRB Special Recorded Session - Estimating Parking Utilization - Crashes, Injuries, and Deaths in Relation to Weather Conditions

Weekly Briefs, January 25, 2016
Benefits of Complete Streets - Commuting after Baby Boomers - FHWA Reports on Climate Change - Local Road Safety - Intercity Passenger Rail - Paved to Unpaved Roads

Weekly Briefs, January 18, 2016
Enhanced Mobility for Aging Population - 2015 Transportation Statistics Highlights - Evaluating TSM&O Benefits - Bus Rapid Transit Development Outcomes

I-75 Relief Task Force Meeting - January 25, 2016 in Crystal River, FL.
A study area overview of the existing transportation system, opportunities and constraints related to corridor planning, and initial guiding principles for planning future transportation corridors.

TRB Conference - Evolution of Managed Lanes: What’s Next and How Do We Get There? - May 4-6 in Miami, FL.
Discuss all aspects related to managed lanes, roadway pricing and public transit that will impact the implementation and operation of freeways and tollways in Florida and across the U.S.