About Florida's Turnpike

Florida's Turnpike System

Florida’s Turnpike System includes the Mainline from Miami to Central Florida, as well as the Homestead Extension (HEFT), Sawgrass Expressway, Seminole Expressway, Beachline Expressway, Southern Connector Extension of the Central Florida GreeneWay, Veterans Expressway, Suncoast Parkway, Polk Parkway, Western Beltway and the I-4 Connector.
Florida's Turnpike Map
Mainline
Turnpike Mainline SR 91
HEFT
Homestead Extension of Florida's Turnpike (HEFT) SR 821
Sawgrass Expressway
Sawgrass Expressway SR 869
Polk Parkway
Polk Parkway SR 570
I-4 Connector
I-4 Connector
Veterans Expressway
Veterans Expressway SR 589
Southern Connector Extension
Southern Connector Extension SR 417
Daniel Webster Western Beltway, Part C
Daniel Webster Western Beltway, Part C SR 429
Beachline East Expressway
Beachline East Expressway SR 528
Beachline West Expressway
Beachline West Expressway SR 528
Seminole Expressway
Seminole Expressway SR 417
Suncoast Parkway
Suncoast Parkway SR 529
Suncoast 2 Parkway
Suncoast 2 Parkway SR 589
First Coast Expressway
First Coast Expressway SR 23

Providing Transportation Alternatives for 60 Years

Construction on Florida’s Turnpike began in the mid-1950s, and the first 110-mile stretch was completed in 1957. Prior to Florida’s Turnpike, most motorists traveling through Central Florida used U.S. 27. Now Florida’s Turnpike handles the bulk of traffic from Orlando to Florida’s major east coast cities and is driven on by approximately 2 million motorists each day.
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Highway Safety Memorial Markers

In order to increase public awareness of highway safety, it is the Florida Department of Transportation’s policy to allow placement of memorial markers within the Florida’s Turnpike Right of Way. The purpose of these markers is to memorialize people who have died as a result of a vehicle related crash and to remind motorists to protect human life by driving safely. The cost for the construction, installation, maintenance and removal of the memorial marker will be covered by the Florida Department of Transportation. The markers will be allowed to remain in place for a minimum of one year.

Requests for memorial markers may be made by immediate family members or friends of deceased car crash victims. These requests should be submitted in writing to the address below:

Stephanie Shinabery
Permits Coordinator, Florida's Turnpike Enterprise

USPS, regular mail only
P.O. Box 9828
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33310

Phone: (954) 934 1219

UPS, FedEx or other courier
Turnpike Operations Center
Turnpike Mile Post 65
Pompano Beach, FL 33069

Email: Stephanie.Shinabery@dot.state.fl.us

News and Events

Construction completed on Veterans Expressway between Independence Parkway and Gunn Highway
Posted on Dec 06, 2017

Beginning the morning of Friday, December 8, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is scheduled to reconfigure the southbound SR 874/Don Shula Expressway exit ramp to serve eastbound and westbound traffic on both Coral Reef Drive/SW 152nd Street and SW 117th Avenue.


SunPass Passes 15 million Transponder Mark
Posted on Oct 13, 2017

SunPass, the state of Florida’s largest and most successful prepaid electronic toll program recently crossed another milestone when its 15 millionth transponder was put into circulation.


Tropical Storm Nate - Garcon Point Bridge Cash Tolls to be Managed by Toll-By-Plate
Posted on Oct 06, 2017
Effective at 5 a.m. Saturday, October 7, cash toll collection operations on the Garcon Point Bridge will be managed using Toll-By-Plate. All customers that currently use electronic toll payment methods such as SunPass or other interoperable transponders are not affected.

Mid-Bay Bridge to Suspend Cash Tolls in Preparation for Tropical Storm Nate
Posted on Oct 06, 2017
Effective at 5 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 7, cash toll collection operations on the Mid-Bay Bridge will be managed using Toll-By-Plate. All customers that currently use electronic toll payment methods such as SunPass or other interoperable transponders are not affected.

Final Turnpike Tolls Return Sunday Night
Posted on Oct 06, 2017
Toll collection will resume on the southernmost 17 miles of the Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike effective midnight Sunday, October 8th, transportation officials announced today. Tolls elsewhere on the Turnpike system were reinstated on September 20, but those south of the interchange with SR 874 (Mile Post 0-17) had remained suspended to assist Monroe County residents with recovery efforts

Pinellas Bayway Toll Plaza to Resume Cash Collection Services on 10/7/17
Posted on Oct 05, 2017
The Pinellas Bayway toll system will resume cash collection services on Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 6 a.m., one day later than originally anticipated. The Bayway Customer Service Walk-Up Center will remain closed until further notice.

Tolls Return Thursday Morning effective 12:01 a.m. on Thursday 9/21/17
Posted on Sept 19, 2017

Tolls on a vast majority of Florida’s Turnpike system, all Florida Department of Transportation roads and bridges, and all regional toll facilities throughout the State will be reinstated this Thursday, September 21st at 12:01 a.m. Tolls were suspended on Tuesday, September 5th to help facilitate Hurricane Irma evacuation and relief activities.

FDOT and DHSMV have called off the possible closure of I-75 due to flooding
Posted on Sept 14, 2017

Today, the Florida Department of Transportation announced that I-75 will remain open, as flood waters have been receding on the Santa Fe River

FDOT and GEICO Remind Motorists to use "Safe Phone Zones"
Posted on September 01, 2017
As Floridians prepare for travel during Labor Day weekend, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and GEICO remind motorists to avoid driving distracted.

SunPass Cash Reload program is now available at 7-Eleven convenience stores throughout Florida
Posted on August 29, 2017

Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (FTE) customers now have even more opportunities to conveniently add cash to their SunPass accounts. Through a partnership with 7-Eleven, FTE has expanded the SunPass Cash Reload program to nearly 6,500 replenishment locations.

Florida’s Turnpike Widening - Design Public Information Meeting Announcement
Posted on August 15, 2017

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (FTE), will conduct a Design Public Information Meeting for the proposed improvements to Florida’s Turnpike (SR 91) from US 192/US 441 to North of Osceola Parkway in Osceola County, Florida.

Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise Opens New Minneola Interchange
Posted on June 10, 2017

The City of Minneola, Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise and Lake County officials celebrated the Grand Opening of the Florida’s Turnpike Minneola Interchange on June 10, 2017.

Reports from Florida's Turnpike

Click on the links below to open a PDF document for financial and other reports from Florida's Turnpike.

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012


Traffic Engineer's Annual Report

2016

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
MAPS

Overview

GROWTH INDICATORS

MAINLINE

EXPANSION

SUNPASS

CONCESSION REVENUE

FORECAST SUMMARY

APPENDICES


2015

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
MAPS

Overview

GROWTH INDICATORS

MAINLINE

EXPANSION

SUNPASS

CONCESSION REVENUE

FORECAST SUMMARY

APPENDICES


2014

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
MAPS

Overview

GROWTH INDICATORS

MAINLINE

EXPANSION

SUNPASS

CONCESSION REVENUE

FORECAST SUMMARY

APPENDICES


2013

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
MAPS

Overview

GROWTH INDICATORS

MAINLINE

EXPANSION

SUNPASS

CONCESSION REVENUE

FORECAST SUMMARY

APPENDICES

2012

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
MAPS

OVERVIEW

GROWTH INDICATORS

MAINLINE

EXPANSION

SUNPASS

CONCESSION REVENUE

FORECAST SUMMARY

APPENDICIES

Turnpike Annual Report

Toll Operations Annual Report

For information on Alligator Alley (Everglades Parkway), Pinellas Bayway System, Sunshine Skyway Bridge, Beachline East Expressway (2012-2014 only), 95 and 595 Express (2012-2015 only), Wekiva Parkway, Garcon Point Bridge and Mid-Bay Bridge Authority System --see the Traffic Engineers Annual Report below for 2016.

2016
2015
2014
2013
2012

Other Reports

Florida's Turnpike Enterprise Executive Staff

Florida's Turnpike Org Chart

Investor Relations

Florida's Turnpike System is part of the Florida Department of Transportation, an agency of the State of Florida. The Turnpike manages 461 miles of separate toll road facilities. The revenues collected on the System are pledged for the repayment of revenue bonds.

The mission of the Turnpike is to help meet the State's growing transportation needs, ensuring value to customers, protecting investors and managing the Turnpike System in a business-like manner.


Annual Reports

Monthly Reports

Latest Bond Rating Statements and Reports

Bond Official Statements

Additional Information

Frequently Asked Questions

When was Florida’s Turnpike built?
Construction on Florida's Turnpike began in the mid-1950s. The original 110-mile stretch of roadway was completed in 1957, when the Sunshine State's landscape was mainly rural, and drivers needed to cover long distances. Now the Turnpike System is used daily by an average of more than 2 million motorists.


Does the Turnpike go by any other name?
Florida's Turnpike was originally known as the Sunshine State Parkway and has since been designated as the Ronald Reagan Turnpike. The Turnpike is comprised of two sections. The Mainline, which also goes by the name State Road 91, extends from the Golden Glades interchange north of Miami to Wildwood. The Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike (HEFT), which connects to the Mainline north of the Golden Glades interchange and ends near Homestead, is also known as State Road 821.


How long is Florida’s Turnpike?
The Florida Turnpike Mainline runs 312 miles through 11 counties in the state’s peninsula. The Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike, or HEFT, is 47 miles long. Florida’s Turnpike System includes those two roadways along with the Sawgrass Expressway, the Seminole Expressway, the Beachline Expressway, the Southern Connector Extension of the Central Florida GreeneWay, the Veterans Expressway, the Suncoast Parkway, the Polk Parkway, the Western Beltway and the I-4 Connector. With the addition of future Turnpike facilities currently under construction or in planning, the Turnpike System will make up more than 500 miles of roadway.


What major roads or interstates connect with Florida’s Turnpike?
Florida's Turnpike is a north–south toll road that provides fast, convenient routes to many interstates, including I-4, I-75 and I-95. Turnpike exits are positioned to provide easy access to major state roadways. You can obtain a list of highway connections by referring to the Turnpike System map found here.


Who manages the Turnpike?
The Turnpike System is operated by Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (FTE), which acts as a separate business unit of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). FTE is responsible for all operations on every FDOT-owned and operated toll road and bridge. The FTE five-year work program (2016-2020) contains more than $3.7 billion in capital improvements, which include widening the mainline roadway, new interchanges, safety improvements, resurfacing improvements and maintenance.


How is Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (FTE) different from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)?
The Florida Department of Transportation is an executive agency that reports directly to the Governor. FDOT’s primary responsibility is to coordinate the planning and development of a safe, viable, and balanced statewide transportation system. Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise is a separate business unit of FDOT that was formed in April 2002. FTE’s mission is to pursue innovation and best private-sector business practices, improve cost-effectiveness and timeliness in project delivery, increase revenues, and improve quality of service to its customers.


Why are tolls needed when I already contribute a gas tax to fund transportation projects?
Tolls are user fees, not taxes, meaning only those who use the Turnpike pay the tolls. Motorists who use the Turnpike are charged based on the numbers of axles on the vehicles they drive and the distances they travel. The tolls collected generate the revenue to build, operate and maintain the roadways. Since toll roads are primarily self-financed and are not funded with taxes, the customer is not paying twice to use the facility.


What is done with the tolls collected from the Turnpike System?
Highway infrastructure requires routine maintenance, updating and sometimes replacement. Tolls enable projects to be planned and built years before enough tax dollars could be collected to keep up with demand. All revenue from Florida's Turnpike is reinvested into projects like building new highways or making improvements to existing highways on a statewide basis.

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How do I pay tolls on the Turnpike?
Toll rates are established on a per-mile and per-axle basis. Every vehicle pays a toll that is generally based on the distance of the trip and the number of axles on the vehicle. Customers have a choice to pay their tolls using either cash, SunPass or TOLL-BY-PLATE.

  • SunPass is the state’s prepaid electronic toll program and is the preferred method to pay tolls. SunPass offers the lowest toll rate to its customers, and most toll plazas on Florida's Turnpike contain special lanes marked SunPass Only. SunPass customers have interoperable transponders that can be used on most toll roads and toll bridges in Florida as well as toll roads in North Carolina and Georgia. A list of participating SunPass agencies can be found here
  • Customers can pay their toll with cash (U.S. currency) on most Turnpike facilities. Some locations have unstaffed plazas and only accept exact change, so it is recommended that travelers have change available
  • TOLL-BY-PLATE is a toll payment option on all-electronic toll roads for customers who do not have SunPass transponders. A photo is taken of a vehicle’s license plate as it travels under the tolling equipment, and a bill is mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle for the tolls incurred over a 30-day period, plus a $2.50 administrative charge. Currently, TOLL-BY-PLATE is only available on the southern 47 miles of the Turnpike in Miami-Dade, on the Sawgrass Expressway in Broward County, on the I-4 Connector in Tampa, and on the Veterans Expressway in the Tampa Bay area


What is the SunPass prepaid toll program?
SunPass is an innovative statewide prepaid toll system implemented by the FDOT on most of Florida's toll roads. SunPass saves commuters time and money, creating more efficient, less congested roadways. A small electronic device (transponder) is attached just below the rearview mirror inside your windshield and communicates with special toll plaza antennas. As your vehicle passes through the toll plaza (in SunPass Only or mixed-use lanes), the plaza equipment electronically deducts the toll charge from your prepaid toll account. Find out how you can save time and money on SunPass.com and become a SunPass customer today!


How can I purchase a SunPass?
Becoming a SunPass customer is easier than ever. Whether you are a Florida resident, visiting from out-of-state or renting a car, SunPass is the preferred tolling option. The SunPass Mini transponder and Portable transponder are available at more than 5,000 retail locations throughout the state, including some Florida Welcome Centers, Publix, Walgreens and CVS. Transponders are available at all Turnpike service plazas, Turnpike gas stations and SunPass Service Centers. You can also purchase a SunPass online.


What is the difference between SunPass Only lanes and SunPass Express lanes?
SunPass Only lanes have been installed exclusively for SunPass customers and therefore are not equipped with toll attendants or coin-operated toll baskets. As a SunPass user, you have the ability to drive straight through these lanes at speeds up to 25 mph. SunPass Express lanes, also called open road tolling (ORT), collect tolls electronically without the use of toll booths. The major advantage to ORT is that users are able to drive through the toll plaza at highway speeds without having to slow down to pay the toll. In some locations, ORT may also reduce congestion at the plazas by allowing more vehicles per hour/per lane.


What if I do not have exact change for an unstaffed toll booth?
Not all exit and entrance ramp toll plazas are staffed, so motorists should be prepared to have exact change at these interchanges, especially after 7 p.m. or on weekends. Toll collection baskets do not make change, and drivers should not attempt to insert paper currency in the machinery. Toll plazas along the Mainline feature at least one lane staffed by an attendant 24 hours per day. If you require change, receipts or even directions, look for an overhead green sign. If you have exact change, proceed toward the lanes featuring overhead blue signs.
SunPass users never have to worry about carrying exact change, since tolls are collected automatically from their prepaid accounts.


Can I find out in advance how much I would pay to use the Turnpike?
You can use the FDOT Toll Calculator to determine your tolls based on your selected trip. The Florida Department of Transportation has also developed a corresponding Mobile App for iOS and Android devices. Please use caution and do not use the app while driving. Phase 2 of the Mobile App is currently under development and will provide you with estimated toll rates on express lanes for your selected trip.


I’ve heard there will be express lanes on parts of the Turnpike. What are express lanes?
Express lanes are optional travel lanes, located on an interstate or toll road, that customers can choose to use when they want to bypass congestion. Customers in the express lanes pay a dynamically priced toll which will increase as more traffic enters the express lanes. The use of a dynamic toll allows traffic in the express lanes to remain free flowing. Express lanes provide additional travel lanes and are designed with a limited number of entrance and exit points to help serve longer, more regional trips by helping move traffic around congested urban areas. Construction of a regional interconnected network of express lanes is ongoing throughout Florida. To learn more about specific projects, visit FloridaExpressLanes.com.


Will I know how much it costs to use the express lanes on the Turnpike before entering?
Yes, toll amounts will be posted on the toll rate signs well in advance of the express lane entrances to give drivers plenty of time to choose whether or not to use the express lanes.

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Where are the service plazas located?
There are eight service plazas on the Turnpike Mainline, located approximately every 45 miles. All plazas are open 24 hours a day and are located in the center median of the Turnpike for easy access from both directions. For a list of service plazas and the amenities offered at each location, visit floridasturnpike.com/travelerinfo/plaza.html


Can I leave my vehicle at a service plaza or toll plaza interchange?
No, motorists cannot leave their vehicles overnight due to security reasons and limited parking availability at the interchanges and service plazas. Free parking is available at all service plazas, and there are several Park & Ride lots along the Turnpike for the purpose of daily commuting only and not for parking longer than 24 hours. Park & Ride lots are the only designated areas to park a vehicle long-term without receiving a citation from the Florida Highway Patrol. If a vehicle appears to have been abandoned, it will be reported and towed.


Whom can I contact if I need assistance or have an emergency?
The Turnpike System is continuously monitored for incidents by the Traffic Management Center, who can dispatch roadside assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week. However, if you need immediate assistance, you can do any of the following:

  • On the road, call the Florida Highway Patrol Communication Center at *347. Depending on your needs, a Road Ranger or Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) Officer will be dispatched to help you. If you request a tow or need car repair and no FHP Officer or Road Ranger is available, a tow company can be dispatched. Charges may apply.
  • At a service plaza or toll plaza, ask a gas station attendant or cashier for help.
  • Call 1-800-222-4357 for AAA-certified repair shops, locksmith and other services. You do not need to be an AAA member to call. Charges may apply.


Can I find out if there is traffic congestion or an incident on the Turnpike System?
Florida's Turnpike has strategically placed electronic message signs in locations where you may experience traffic congestion and incidents. The signs provide real-time information about traffic delays, incidents, emergency operations and construction, allowing you to make better informed travel decisions. During major incidents, the first priority of the Turnpike's Traffic Management Center is to provide you with accurate information as quickly as possible. You can hear messages broadcast by the Traffic Management Center on the radio at 1640 AM. Real-time traffic updates are also available at My Florida 511.


Will I have to pay tolls to use the Turnpike if there is an emergency evacuation?
The roads that are part of Florida’s Turnpike System are primary routes for emergency evacuations, so it is possible tolls may be suspended in the case of a state or national emergency such as a hurricane watch or warning. The state's emergency operations center and county governments will together to make the necessary decisions to move the population quickly and safely. During toll suspensions, it is still a good idea to have cash available. Even if tolls are suspended on one segment of the Turnpike System, it does not mean they are suspended on every road or bridge.


I see signs for the Move Over Law. What is that?
The Move Over Act was instituted in the State of Florida in July 2002 to protect law enforcement officers and other emergency workers stopped alongside our highways. Motorists are required to approach cautiously when an emergency vehicle is stopped ahead with its lights flashing. Motorists must change lanes away from the emergency vehicle if they are on a multi-lane highway and can do so safely. If drivers can't change lanes safely, or they are on a two-lane highway, they must slow down while maintaining a safe speed so as not to impede other traffic.


Can I tow a camper, trailer or boat while traveling on the Turnpike?
Yes, the tolling equipment in is designed to identify the number of axles on your vehicle, including any campers, trailers or boats you may be towing, and you will be charged accordingly.


Will my transaction records be shared with other agencies or a third party?
SunPass does not share its customer list with outside marketers. SunPass account information is exempt from disclosure under Florida's public records law, pursuant to Section 338.155(6), Florida Statutes, and accordingly, information concerning a SunPass account is provided only when required to comply with a subpoena or court order.

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What is the speed limit on the Turnpike?
The speed limit for all vehicles traveling on Florida’s Turnpike is typically 70 mph, except in construction zones or in other areas where reduced speed limits may be posted.


Can I get a speeding ticket for driving too fast through a tolling point?
Yes, it is illegal to speed through tolling points. Please note that the speed limit for driving through SunPass Only lanes or any lane with a toll booth is 25 mph. Driving on the open road tolling SunPass Express lanes allows you to maintain your highway speed and not slow down for a toll booth, but always observe the posted speed limits.


Is there anywhere to make a U-turn on the Turnpike?
Please be advised that U-Turns on Florida's Turnpike are only permitted at service plazas. Motorists who make a legal U-Turn at a service plaza, then exit the Turnpike at the same place where they entered will be charged a special U-Turn rate. Motorists who attempt to make U-Turns at emergency vehicle turnarounds could be subject to traffic citations.


How are tolls enforced on the Turnpike?
Failure to pay your toll is a moving violation and may result in the assessment of a $100 or more civil penalty, assessment of court costs, and suspension of your vehicle registration and/or suspension of your driver's license. A motorist who enters a SunPass Only lane without a SunPass may be subject to a toll violation warning or a uniform traffic citation. Special cameras are placed at each tolling point to capture an image of a vehicle’s license plate if an active transponder is not detected or if a toll is not paid. A violation notice is then mailed to the registered owner of the vehicle that includes all toll charges, plus a $2.50 administrative fee. If the owner does not pay all charges after the second notice, a vehicle license plate registration hold will be established.


How do I pay for a toll violation?
SunPass account holders:

  • Pay online through your SunPass account. Simply login to your account and let the Pay Documents feature guide you through the process.
  • Pay using cash at an authorized merchant. Visit sunpass.com for a location near you.
  • Pay with a credit/debit card by phone by calling 1-888-824-8655 to speak with a SunPass Specialist.
For those without a SunPass account:
Make checks or money orders payable to FDOT Turnpike Enterprise and include the following information: your name, license plate number, vehicle plate information, date & time of occurrence and plaza name or mile marker. (DO NOT SEND CASH.)
You need to mail the toll amount within 10 days to:
Florida's Turnpike Enterprise
P.O. Box 310
Ocoee, FL, 34761

If you are driving a rental car and missed a toll:
Most major rental car companies now offer their customers the option of including tolls with the credit card used to rent the vehicle. These rental car customers can use Florida's toll roads and not worry about carrying cash or stopping to pay for tolls. Please contact your rental cr agency directly for their policies regarding missed tolls.


I put my money in the collection basket, but the light did not turn green. Will I receive a violation?
As long as you have deposited the correct number of coins, even if the light stays red, you can continue through the lane. You will not receive a violation in the mail. It is possible a foreign coin or other object may have jammed the equipment. Please DO NOT put additional coins or deposit less than the required toll. Customers are never expected to pay more than the posted amount.


I received a toll violation notice, but I have a SunPass account. What should I do?
There are several reasons you may have received a notice as a SunPass account holder. Check your transponder to see if it is mounted properly and does not need a new battery. Also make sure that your vehicle and personal information listed on your SunPass account is current and that your account has available funds. If you believe you have received an unpaid toll document in error, please contact SunPass violations via email or at the phone number listed on the document you received.


Why did I receive a Florida Express Lane violation?
Florida Express Lanes can only be used by active SunPass customers. If you received a violation notice or invoice, you used an express lane without a prepaid SunPass account and are being charged for both the toll amounts, administrative fees and a daily $25.00 violation charge. The daily violation charge is applied every day you use the express lane(s) without a valid SunPass account and transponder. To avoid the daily violation charge and any other additional fees, you can purchase a transponder and open a SunPass account.

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Contact Us

Florida Turnpike Enterprises

Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise
Physical Address:
Milepost 263, Turkey Lake Service Plaza, Building 5315
Ocoee, FL 34761
407-532-3999

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 613069
Ocoee, FL 34761

Florida’s Turnpike Operations Center
Physical Address:
Milepost 65, Pompano Beach Service Plaza
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
954-975-4855

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 9828
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33310-9828

Toll Operation
SunPass and Toll Operations
Got in a SunPass lane by accident or received a notice in the mail: 1-888-824-8655
Missed a toll payment or have a question regarding the SunPass Program: 1-888-865-5352
Construction
Construction Information
The Office of Construction is committed to providing safe and efficient facilities for the traveling public.

Central and West Central Florida
Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Polk, Hillsborough, Pasco, Hernando Counties
Christine Girardin, Public Information Officer
Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise
Phone: 407-264-3069


South Florida
Miami- Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River Counties Fiorella Teodista, Construction Communications Coordinator
Phone: 954-934-1130

Public Information Office
Florida’s Turnpike Public Information Offices
The Public Information Office keeps the public informed about DOT-related issues which are paramount to maintaining a positive relationship with the residents of the state of Florida.

Toll Free: 800-749-7453
Email: turnpike.pio@dot.state.fl.us
The public information office is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Phone: 954-975-4855
FAX: 954-934-1358
Toll Free: 1-800-749-7453

Chad Huff, Public Information Manager
Florida’s Turnpike Operations Center
Phone: 954-934-1289

Central and West Central Florida
Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Polk, Hillsborough, Pasco, Hernando Counties

Kelda Senior, Public Information Officer
Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise
Phone: 407-264-3492


South Florida
Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River Counties

Juliette Valencia, Public Information Specialist
(Spanish Language)
Florida’s Turnpike Operations Center
Phone: 954-934-1276


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