The first Continuous Flow Intersection is coming to Florida, to be built in the Fort Myers area. Like many growing metro areas, Fort Myers is in need of many intersection improvements.
If you’re going on a long roadtrip, you may want to decide what you’re going to listen to while you’re checking off the miles.
On December 1st, atmospheric conditions became perfect for the creation of sea fog over parts of west central Florida. The menacing collections of moisture were cutting down visibility to near zero.
On Tampa’s Fowler Avenue, it appears to be just strip malls, pawn shops, gas stations, more strip malls, chain fast food joint, and a lot of traffic. Then there’s University Mall. And, of course there’s the main entrance to the University of South Florida. Then, the Museum of Science and Industry. A few good roadside attractions.
You’ve probably heard about this type of interchange in some US states. It’s coming to Florida and will be at select intersections.
Currently, one is being constructed in Sarasota at the intersection of Interstate 75 and University Parkway.
Highway A1A is a Florida Highway that links many of Florida’s east coast beaches from Miami to Fernandina Beach north of Jacksonville.
A vast majority of the highway is within a half-mile of the Atlantic Ocean, and some of it is just feet from the ocean’s waves.
The Interstate Highway system has become a big part of our every day lives, our travel plans. We take it to work and to play.
It’s the fastest way to travel between point A and point B. This, of course, does depend on how much of your route is interstate and how much consists of secondary or “surface level” roads.
Taking a road trip and exploring the highways and byways should be a fun experience. You should be able to see sights and gather memories that last decades. One of those memories should not involve getting caught in a pesky speed trap.