District Five Freight Hub

District Five is one of the fastest growing areas of the state

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4.3M People
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2.1M Jobs
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9000 Sq. Mi.
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9 Counties
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75M Tourists
27.18 M

Tons Exports

58.2 M

Tons Imports

21 M

Tons within District

87%

Freight Moved by Truck

FREIGHT PROFILE

Click on the icons below to explore our major industries and our import/export capabilities.

By 2018 Tonnage

Nonmetallic Minnerals: 7,844,135
Clay, Concrete, Glass Stone: 5,808,604
Warehouse, Distribution Center and Drayage Movements: 3,592,314
Waste or Scrap Materials: 3,331,254
Food or Kindred Products: 1,652,242
EXPORTS
By 2018 Tonnage

Nonmetallic Minnerals: 19,031,604
Warehouse, Distribution Center and Drayage Movements: 7,986,715
Petroleum or Coal Products: 7,324,879
Clay, Concrete, Glass Stone: 5,574,121
Food or Kindred Products: 3,885,967
IMPORTS

Central Florida is a Growing Hub for Warehouse and Distribution Centers

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2135 State
Highway Miles
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160 Airports
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4 Freight
Rail Lines
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1 Passenger
Rail Line
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2
Spaceports
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1 Deep Water
Seaport

DISTRICT FREIGHT PLANNING DOCUMENTS

FREIGHT DATA RESOURCES

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The Freight Mobility and Trade Plan Data Warehouse is a collection of freight datasets and interactive applications.

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This portal will provide updated information on availability of truck parking locations throughout the state.

Contact

Sarah Van Gundy, CPM
D5 Freight, Seaport & Spaceport Coordinator
FDOT District 5
719 S. Woodland Blvd.
DeLand, Fl 32720
Allison D. McCuddy
Freight and Logistics Manager
FDOT District 5
719 S. Woodland Blvd.
DeLand, Fl 32720