A Regional Approach to Transportation Planning
The Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) was established in 2014 with an expanded mandate to build and maintain a regional transportation network that connects Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. CFX’s role in developing a world-class regional mobility network has taken on new meaning with enabling legislation which allows CFX to incorporate multimodal corridors and intermodal facilities within its right-of-way.
The Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) is an independent agency of the state that owns, operates and maintains a regional network of expressways for 3.3 million residents and more than 72 million visitors in Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties. CFX’s 125-mile user-funded system includes 865 lane miles, 73 interchanges, 14 mainline toll plazas, 5 mainline gantries, 74 ramp toll plazas and 343 bridges and eight named expressways.
On average, more than one million toll transactions are recorded every day, and more than 80% occur electronically. Introduced in 1994, the E-PASS transponder was the first electronic toll-collection device in Florida. Today, over a half-million transponders are in circulation in Central Florida.
CFX’s System Includes:
CFX – Going the Extra Mile
The Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) is committed to building and maintaining a mobility network that meets and exceeds the transportation needs of our customers, stakeholders, partners and the region. With this goal in mind, CFX adopted the following mission and vision statements:
CFX Organizational Chart
CFX operates in Central Florida with a staff committed to excellence, innovation, service and teamwork. The agency is headed by Executive Director Michelle Maikisch.