Public Information Office
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Through publications, like reference guides, maps, and project literature, the DOT reaches many Floridians and visitors, informing them about a broad range of transportation issues. Tailored to the needs of each audience, these publications explain how we are organized, who to contact, key responsibilities, transportation financing, and the design and construction process.
Response to Inquiries
Providing timely responses to inquiries from the press, government officials, and the public is a crucial function of the public information office.
The central and district public information offices take an active role in the public involvement process and explore ways to be of assistance. The PIOs also coordinate the planning of special events and ceremonies.
DOT Internet Web Site
DOT's Internet Web site contains a wealth of information available to virtually anyone in the world. The various areas include Traveler Information, Doing Business with FDOT, Maps and Publications, Safety Programs, Public Involvement, and More about FDOT. There are also sections on Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), and Links.