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Office of Work Program and Budget   Lisa Saliba - Director

Five Year Work Program
Downloadable Files


Adobe Acrobat (.PDF) Report
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2014 (.ZIP - Size: 1,534KB)

Previous Years Adobe Acrobat .PDF Reports
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2013 (.ZIP - Size: 988KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2012 (.ZIP - Size: 6,273KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2011 (.ZIP - Size: 8,045KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2010 (.ZIP - Size: 1,674KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2009 (.ZIP - Size: 1,601KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2008 (.ZIP - Size: 1,605KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2007 (.ZIP - Size: 1,941KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2006 (.ZIP - Size: 1,282KB)



Excel File (.XLS)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2014 (.ZIP - Size: 921KB)

Previous Years Microsoft Excel .XLS Reports
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2013 (.ZIP - Size: 1,545KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2012 (.ZIP - Size: 861KB)



Comma Delimited Data File (.TXT)
(Note: This format has been discontinued since the 7/1/2012 Adopted Work Program was published.
Please reference the Excel file above for the format to be provided thus forward. )

Adopted Work Program 07/01/2011 (.ZIP - Size: 374KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2010 (.ZIP - Size: 391KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2009 (.ZIP - Size: 417KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2008 (.ZIP - Size: 410KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2007 (.ZIP - Size: 367KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2006 (.ZIP - Size: 391KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2005 (.ZIP - Size: 371KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2004 (.ZIP - Size: 338KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2003 (.ZIP - Size: 343KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2002 (.ZIP - Size: 332KB)
Adopted Work Program 07/01/2001 (.ZIP - Size: 340KB)


NOTICE: Once you have downloaded the .ZIP File above, You can download a ZIP Reader from PKWARE at the following address: PKWare.

And a Adobe Acrobat Reader from the following location. Adobe Acrobat (The previous link opens a new instance of the browser)




The accompanying file contains the records the Department uses to report on its Work Program of road, bridge, freight logistics and passenger operations, maintenance, planning, research, and other transportation related projects. The Department strives to maintain the stability of the Work Program; however, updated cost estimates, revised schedules, and other events outside the Department's control, such as changes in revenue estimates, all necessitate modifications to the Work Program during the course of the year. Users of the data contained in the accompanying file should bear this in mind and may wish to consider confirming project specific information with the Department's District Offices (Or at our Work Program Application site) for changes that may have occurred since the last posting.

This file contains delimited text, suitable for importing into most database programs, but not all spreadsheet programs. Because each row of text in this file represents a record, the total number of records may exceed the maximum number of rows accommodated by some spreadsheet programs. Also be aware that the data can contain quotes ("",'), which can affect converting it. Each project in the work program is assigned an ITEM NUMBER containing one or more PHASE segments. Each phase contains one or more FISCAL YEAR segments. Each line of this text file represents a record. The records are in order by geographic district, item number, phase and year. Within each record, a comma delimiter separates fields.

The following instructions list the steps for downloading and using the accompanying comma-delimited file for Windows compatible computers utilizing Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Excel. There may be some differences with your environment due to software version differences.

  • Right-Mouse click on the hyperlink above (Text Delimited File).
  • Choose 'Save Target As...'
  • Take note of the default, or choose a specific download location on your computer.
  • Also take note of the default, or choose a file name you wish to dowload the file as.
  • Click 'OK' to save file.
  • Using your file explorer, find the file you saved. If you are using Windows XP or later version, you should be able to right mouse click on the file, and choose "Extract All..." (Follow instuctions, and copy the file to your desired location). Otherwise you may need to download a .ZIP extractor to extract the file contained in the downloaded file.
  • Open Microsoft Excel
  • Select File/Open (or [ctrl+O])
  • A dialog box will display, in the bottom of the dialog box, there is a drop-down selection titled 'Files of Type:'. Choose 'All Files (*.*)'
  • In the Drop-down box at the top of the dialog box titled 'Look In' and in the explorer panel, find the location where you saved the file. Note: you can quickly go there, by typing the entire path in the 'file name:' textbox, and hitting the enter key.
  • You should see a list of files in the explorer panel. Select the file you extracted from the ZIP file earlier.  Click Open
  • A new dialog box will display titled 'Text Import Wizard - Step 1 of 3'
  • Choose the radio button 'delimited' and click on the 'Next' button.
  • The screen will change to 'Text Import Wizard - Step 2 of 3'
  • Select the checkbox in the Delimiters area titled: 'Comma' and click on the 'Next' button.
  • Click on the 'Finish' button.
Fields are listed within each record in the following order, having the following attributes:
Order   Field Name Field Type Width
1 * Geographic District Character 2
2 * Item Number Character 6
3 * Item Segment Character 1
4 * County Character 2
5 Local Name Character 20
6 Limits From Character 25
7 Beginning Mile Point Numeric 7
8 Limits To Character 25
9 Ending Mile Point Numeric 7
10 Length Numeric 7
11 Type of Work Character 30
12 Phase Abbreviation Character 3
13 Fiscal Year Numeric 4
14 Amount Numeric 9
15 Box Type Character 30
16 County Name Character 30

* = These fields are stored in our system as Alpha/Numeric format. However, at present it contains numeric data, and Excel will import it as numeric. Please note that leading zeros will be removed by ExCel. Our reference to these fields contain the leading zeros.

Note: The AMOUNT is stored as the full amount as opposed to the abbreviated value (x 1000) displayed on many DOT reports.

The following tables describe each of these fields:


FIELD NO. 1 - GEOGRAPHIC DISTRICT:

This field indicates the District where the project is located.
Value Counties
01 Charlotte, Collier, De Soto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Lee, Manatee, Okeechobee, Polk, Sarasota
02 Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Duval, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy, Madison, Nassau, Putnam, St. Johns, Suwannee, Taylor, Union
03 Bay, Calhoun, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Wakulla, Walton, Washington
04 Broward, Indian River, Martin, Palm Beach, St. Lucie
05 Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Marion, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Sumter, Volusia
06 Dade, Monroe
07 Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas
00 Department's Central Office
99 Statewide Projects

FIELD NO. 2 - ITEM NUMBER:

This field is the identifying sequential number assigned to each work program item. This number is assigned by the system. This is a six digit field in character format, with numeric data.

FIELD NO. 3 - ITEM SEGMENT:

The Item segment may be used to segment a project for scheduling or funding reasons. Item segments may be used when the boundaries of construction projects are different from the PE and/or ROW phase of a 'Project', or it is desirable to use the same item number to track projects along a corridor. For example, the department may want or need to let different segments at different times. Item segments may not cross county lines, except for district wide items.

FIELD NO. 4 - COUNTY CODE:

Value Counties
01 Charlotte
02 Citrus
03 Collier
04 De Soto
05 Glades
06 Hardee
07 Hendry
08 Hernando
09 Highlands
10 Hillsborough
11 Lake
12 Lee
13 Manatee
14 Pasco
15 Pinellas
16 Polk
17 Sarasota
18 Sumter
26 Alachua
27 Baker
28 Bradford
29 Columbia
30 Dixie
31 Gilchrist
32 Hamilton
33 Lafayette
34 Levy
35 Madison
36 Marion
37 Suwannee
38 Taylor
39 Union
46 Bay
47 Calhoun
48 Escambia
49 Franklin
50 Gadsden
51 Gulf
52 Holmes
53 Jackson
54 Jefferson
55 Leon
56 Liberty
57 Okaloosa
58 Santa Rosa
59 Wakulla
60 Walton
61 Washington
70 Brevard
71 Clay
72 Duval
73 Flagler
74 Nassau
75 Orange
76 Putnam
77 Seminole
78 St. Johns
79 Volusia
86 Broward
87 Dade
88 Indian River
89 Martin
90 Monroe
91 Okeechobee
92 Osceola
93 Palm Beach
94 St. Lucie
97 Turnpike
99 In District 99 or 00 - Statewide
99 In any other district - Districtwide

FIELD NO. 5 - LOCAL NAME:

This represents the Local Name of the roadway or other.

FIELD NO. 6 - LIMITS FROM:

This represents the beginning milepost descriptive information.

FIELD NO. 7 - BEGINNING MILE POINT:

This represents the beginning milepost to 3 decimal places.

FIELD NO. 8 - LIMITS TO:

This represents the ending milepost descriptive information.

FIELD NO. 9 - ENDING MILE POINT:

This represents the ending milepost to 3 decimal places.

FIELD NO. 10 - LENGTH:

This field describes the length of the project to 3 decimal places.

FIELD NO. 11 - Type of Work:

Value Description
0008 ACCESS IMPROVEMENT
0548 ADD AUXILIARY LANE(S)
0213 ADD LANES & RECONSTRUCT
0218 ADD LANES & REHABILITATE PVMNT
0549 ADD LEFT TURN LANE(S)
0550 ADD RIGHT TURN LANE(S)
0234 ADD SPECIAL USE LANE
0547 ADD THRU LANE(S)
0551 ADD TURN LANE(S)
0754 ADV TRAVELER INFORMATION SYSTM
8837 AIRPORT ACCESS ROAD
0761 ATMS - ARTERIAL TRAFFIC MGMT
8207 AVIATION CAPACITY PROJECT
8209 AVIATION ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT
8205 AVIATION PRESERVATION PROJECT
8211 AVIATION REVENUE/OPERATIONAL
8201 AVIATION SAFETY PROJECT
8203 AVIATION SECURITY PROJECT
0107 BIKE LANE/SIDEWALK
0106 BIKE PATH/TRAIL
0116 BOAT RAMP
0925 BRIDGE - PAINTING
0032 BRIDGE DEMOLITION
7093 BRIDGE OPERATIONS
0429 BRIDGE REHABILITATION
0022 BRIDGE REPLACEMENT
0025 BRIDGE-REHAB AND ADD LANES
0024 BRIDGE-REPAIR/REHABILITATION
0023 BRIDGE-REPLACE AND ADD LANES
7092 BRIDGE-ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
8823 BUILDING REPAIR/EXPANSION
0033 BUILDING REPAIR/REHABILITATION
8858 BUILDINGS
8170 CAPITAL FOR FIXED ROUTE
0758 COMMERCIAL VEH INFO SYST/NETWK
8125 COMMUTER TRANS. ASSISTANCE
8299 COMPUTER SYSTEMS
8859 COMPUTER SYSTEMS
0321 CONST. BRIDGE - LOW LEVEL
0323 CONSTRUCT BRIDGE - HIGH LEVEL
0327 CONSTRUCT BRIDGE CULVERT
0330 CONSTRUCT CULVERT
0310 CONSTRUCT SPECIAL STRUCTURE
9919 CONSTRUCT/RECONSTRUCT MEDIAN
9983 CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENT
8615 CORRIDOR/SUBAREA PLANNING
1061 CRITICAL HABITAT RESTORATION
6075 D.O.C. CONTRACT
9006 DBE SUPPORTIVE SERVICES
9915 DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS
8824 DRAINAGE/RETENTION
6050 DRAWBRIDGE OPERATIONS CONTRACT
9916 DREDGE
0760 DYNAMIC MESSAGE SIGN
8857 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNING
0061 EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
8525 ENV/DEMOGRAPHICS DATA COLLECT
8825 ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT/DRI
8852 ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION
1039 ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITS ACQ
0046 ENVIRONMENTAL TEST/MITIGATE
8805 EQUIPMENT
9990 ETDM SCREENING
8841 FEASIBILITY STUDY
8806 FENCING
0315 FENDER WORK
0037 FERRY BOAT/WATER TAXI
9925 FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
8145 FIXED GUIDEWAY IMPROVEMENTS
0005 FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT RECONSTRUCT.
0041 FUNDING ACTION
8800 GEOGRAPHIC INFO. SYSTEMS
0541 GUARDRAIL
0014 HWY-ENHANCEMENT
9005 INFORMATION SYSTEMS
9001 IN-HOUSE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
9003 IN-HOUSE SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
0920 INSPECT CONSTRUCTION PROJS.
0236 INTERCHANGE - ADD LANES
0103 INTERCHANGE (MAJOR)
0104 INTERCHANGE (MINOR)
0230 INTERCHANGE (NEW)
0231 INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENT
0630 INTERCHANGE JUSTIFICA/MODIFICA
0228 INTERCHANGE RAMP (MODIFY)
0229 INTERCHANGE RAMP (NEW)
8420 INTERMODAL HUB CAPACITY
0118 INTERSECTION (MAJOR)
0119 INTERSECTION (MINOR)
0232 INTERSECTION (NEW)
0233 INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENT
0750 ITS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
0756 ITS FREEWAY MANAGEMENT
0752 ITS SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
8843 LAND ACQUISTION
1070 LANDSCAPING
0777 LIGHTING
0060 MAINTENANCE ACTION
0226 MAINTENANCE RESURFACING (FLEX)
8828 MASTER DRAINAGE PLAN
0921 MATERIAL TESTING/GEOTECHNICAL
0111 MCCO WEIGH STATION STATIC ONLY
0112 MCCO WEIGH STATION STATIC/WIM
0224 MILL AND RESURFACE
9924 MISCELLANEOUS CONSTRUCTION
0029 MISCELLANEOUS STRUCTURE
8705 MODAL SYSTEMS PLANNING
0027 NEW BRIDGE - NO ADDED CAPACITY
0020 NEW BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION
0002 NEW ROAD CONSTRUCTION
8854 NOISE MITIGATION
8171 OPERATING FOR FIXED ROUTE
8110 OPERATING/ADMIN. ASSISTANCE
0751 OTHER ITS
7084 OUTDOOR ADVERTISING MITIGATION
0775 OVERHEAD SIGNING
8140 PARK AND RIDE LOTS
0206 PARKING FACILITY
0543 PAVE SHOULDERS
8831 PAVEMENT TEST & EVALUATION
9999 PD&E/EMO STUDY
9956 PEDESTRIAN SAFETY IMPROVEMENT
0328 PEDESTRIAN/WILDLIFE OVERPASS
0329 PEDESTRIAN/WILDLIFE UNDERPASS
7087 PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
9998 PLANNING MODELS/DATA UPDATE
9982 PRELIM ENG FOR FUTURE CAPACITY
9980 PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING
9004 PROGRAM PRODUCT MAINTENANCE
8165 PTO STUDIES
0084 PTO-RAIL IMPROVEMENT
9951 PUBLIC INFORMATION/EDUCATION
8099 PUBLIC TRANS IN-HOUSE SUPPORT
8051 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SHELTER
8100 PURCHASE VEHICLES/EQUIPMENT
8350 RAIL CAPACITY PROJECT
8355 RAIL ENVIRONMENT PROJECT
8345 RAIL PRESERVATION PROJECT
8360 RAIL REVENUE/OPERATIONA IMPR
8335 RAIL SAFETY PROJECT
8340 RAIL SECURITY PROJECT
0768 RAILROAD CROSSING
0767 RAILROAD SIGNAL
0333 REPLACE BRIDGE WITH CULVERT
0423 REPLACE HIGH LEVEL BRIDGE
0421 REPLACE LOW LEVEL BRIDGE
0422 REPLACE MEDIUM LEVEL BRIDGE
0424 REPLACE MOVABLE SPAN BRIDGE
0427 REPLACE OR WIDEN BR CULVERT
0425 REPLACE RAILROAD BRIDGE
9928 RESEARCH
0109 REST AREA
6040 REST AREA MAINT CONTRACT
6041 REST AREA MAINT SECURITY CONTR
0012 RESURFACING
0015 RESURFACING - RIDE ONLY
2000 RIGHT OF WAY - FUTURE CAPACITY
2001 RIGHT OF WAY ACQUISITION
0050 RIGHT OF WAY ACTIVITIES
0217 RIGID PAVEMENT RECONSTRUCTION
0227 RIGID PAVEMENT REHABILITATION
8821 ROAD RECONST/REPAIR/OVERLAY
0102 ROAD RECONSTRUCTION - 2 LANE
0553 ROAD/SLOPE PROTECTION
0235 ROUNDABOUT
6060 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
7086 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
9917 SAFETY PROJECT
8401 SEAPORT CAPACITY PROJECT
8400 SEAPORT IMPROVEMENT
8404 SEAPORT PRESERVATION PROJECT
8407 SEAPORT REVENUE/OPERAT PROJECT
8402 SEAPORT SAFETY PROJECT
8408 SEAPRT INTERMODAL LOGISTIC CTR
0062 SERVICE PATROL/FHP
0205 SIDEWALK
0774 SIGNING/PAVEMENT MARKINGS
0216 SKID HAZARD OVERLAY
8883 SPACEPORT CAPACITY PROJECT
9981 SPECIAL SURVEYS
8172 TD COMMISSION - CAPITAL
8173 TD COMMISSION - OPERATING
8115 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
0757 TMC SOFTWARE & SYSTEM INTEGRAT
0125 TOLL COLLECTION
0126 TOLL DATA CENTER
0123 TOLL PLAZA
0717 TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES/SYSTEM
0715 TRAFFIC ENGINEERING STUDY
0753 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CENTERS
0010 TRAFFIC OPS IMPROVEMENT
0714 TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPDATE
0716 TRAFFIC SIGNALS
9950 TRAINING
8000 TRANSIT FACILITY SECURITY
8064 TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT
8105 TRANSIT SERVICE DEMONSTRATION
0040 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
8530 TRANSPORTATION STATISTICS
9927 UNKNOWN
8150 URBAN CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS
0640 URBAN CORRIDOR PLANNING
0780 UTILITY CONTRACTS
1071 VEG MITIGATION/CLEAR AND TRIM
8101 VEHICLE PREVENTATIVE MAINT
0115 WAYSIDE PARK
0122 WELCOME STATION
1053 WETLAND MITIGATION/RESTORATION
0221 WIDEN/RESURFACE EXIST LANES

FIELD NO. 12 - PHASE ABBREVIATION:

A distinct portion o a project (or objective) based on the nature of the work, such as construction.
Value Description
L Administration
H Bridge/Roadway/Contract Maintenance
K Capital
F Construction
G Contract Incentives
N Design Build
I Environmental
Y Local Advance Reimbursement
Z Miscellaneous
J Operations
B PD & E
A Planning
C Preliminary Engineering
E Railroad & Utilities
p Repayment
M Research
D Right of Way

FIELD NO. 13 - FISCAL YEAR:

The year range of the record (Department's Fiscal Year Range is July through June.  Example: Fiscal Year 2015 = 7/1/2014 - 6/30/2015)

FIELD NO. 14 - AMOUNT:

The dollar amount (to the nearest dollar) of the record.

FIELD NO. 15 - Box Type:

Further Description of the Project.

FIELD NO. 16 - County Name:

County Name.