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Roadway Design

Manual of Uniform Minimum Standards for Design, Construction and Maintenance for Streets and Highways
(commonly referred to as the "Florida Greenbook")
(Topic # 625-000-015)

Current Florida GreenbookNew Updated Version

Effective September 7, 2015

Archived Florida Greenbook

2011 1994
2007 1989
2005 1986
2002 1984
2001 1981
1994-Revision 1976

Proposed Florida Greenbook


Committee Meetings


Thursday, March 26, 2015, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday, March 27, 2015, 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM


FL Highway Patrol-Troop C Headquarters Auditorium
11305 N. McKinley Drive, Tampa, FL 33612

Minutes and Meeting Packages

March 2014

March 2013 March 2008
March 2012 March 2007
March 2011 March 2006
April 2010 March 2005
March 2010 March 2004
March 2009  

Committee Information

Committee Members

Subcommittee Meetings


Subcommittee Meetings are posted on the Florida DOT Public Notice website


Subcommittee Information

Subcommittee Business

(Meetings, Members, and Draft Changes)

History of Local Agency - Program (LAP) Specifications
Archived Specifications for Local Agency Use


Traditional Neighborhood Development Handbook


Authority for this "Florida Greenbook" manual is given under Sections 20.23(3)(a), 334.044(10)(a), 334.048(3) and 336.045, Florida Statutes, and Rule 14-15.002, Florida Administrative Code.  This manual is intended for use on all public roads that are not part of the State Highway System.


This site contains all available electronic files (in *.PDF format) for the Florida Greenbook.  This includes meeting information, Committee and Subcommittee membership, and the complete manual.


Hardcopies of the complete Florida Greenbook are no longer available.


It is recommended that new Florida Greenbook owners immediately register their manuals in order to receive e-mail notification of future updates.


All Florida Greenbook users (and other Roadway Design manual users) must register their e-mail addresses in this contact database in order to receive future update notices or other important information concerning the Department's design manuals used.  Users can register at the following link:


If you should have any questions, comments or suggestions regarding the Florida Greenbook, you can contact any of the following individuals:
 MaryAnne Koos Phone:(850) 414-4321