This report includes visionary concepts produced by University of South Florida graduate students for future transportation corridors in Florida. The project was made possible by a grant from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The concepts are presented here for consideration by FDOT and interested stakeholders as part of the statewide Future Corridors initiative—an effort to proactively plan for the future of Florida’s major transportation corridors over the next 50 years.
The project engaged three multidisciplinary teams (Team A, B, and C) of engineering, planning, and architecture students with an interest in transportation and asked them to prepare visionary design concepts that answer the following question: “What would a future corridor look like and how might it operate?” Faculty advisors guided the student visioning process, and students were given full creative license throughout the project. In addition to this summary report, each student team prepared posters and presented their concepts to FDOT. The students wish to express their sincere appreciation to FDOT for the opportunity to help shape Florida’s future transportation system.
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For more information contact Kristine Williams, Director, Planning and Corridor Management Team at email@example.com