Transportation terms and acronyms can be confusing. The FDOT Office of Policy Planning has compiled a Transportation Glossary of terms and acronyms used in transportation planning. For the latest version of the Transportation Glossary, click here.
Strategic Intermodal System
Florida’s Strategic Intermodal System (SIS) comprises Florida’s statewide network of high priority transportation facilities, including the State’s largest and most significant airports, spaceports, deepwater seaports, freight rail terminals, interregional rail and bus terminals, rail corridors, urban fixed guideway transit corridors, waterways, and highways. SIS facilities are the primary means for moving people and freight between Florida’s diverse regions, as well as between Florida and other states and nations. The SIS is Florida’s highest statewide priority for transportation capacity improvements. Click here for more information on the SIS.
Florida Strategic Plan for Economic Development
The Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) developed the Florida Strategic Plan for Economic Development in partnership with the Executive Office of the Governor, Enterprise Florida, CareerSource Florida, and FDOT. The Florida Strategic Plan for Economic Development establishes the vision that “Florida will have the nation’s top performing economy and be recognized as the world’s best place to live, learn, play, work, and do business.” To view the Florida Strategic Plan for Economic Development, click here.
Freight Mobility and Trade Plan
Florida’s Freight Mobility and Trade Plan (FMTP) is an integrated and comprehensive plan developed by FDOT focused on objectives and strategies that benefit the movement of goods, commodities, and services. To view the FMTP, click here.
Florida has plans that focus on a specific mode of transportation. Click the links below to view Florida’s modal plans.
Related Planning Activities
Click the links below to view some of Florida's related planning activities.