The purpose of Florida’s commuter assistance program is to provide travel choices to ensure mobility, sustain the quality of the environment, preserve community values and reduce energy consumption. The goal of this site, funded by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), is to provide easy access to the FREE services offered by various commuter assistance programs in Florida. Some of these organizations are part of a transit agency or a non-profit corporation. For more information on how commuter assistance programs fit in Florida’s transportation future, review the 2060 Florida Transportation Plan.
Florida Department of Transportation Policies and Procedures
- Transportation Demand Management Policy (Sept 2001)
- Commuter Assistance Program Procedures (Sept 2002) This document establishes procedures and guidelines for the implementation of the Department’s Commuter Assistance Program, identifies effective employer-based transportation demand management (TDM) strategies, fosters development of public/private partnerships, and funds appropriate eligible recipients to carry out commuter assistance program projects.
- Telecommuting Program (January 1999)