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.
CFX is responsible for the construction, maintenance and operation of a limited-access expressway system that serves a region with more than 3 million residents and over 68 million annual visitors. The CFX system includes 118 centerline miles (including the new Wekiva Parkway), 815 lane miles (including ramps), 69 interchanges, 335 bridges and 14 mainline toll plazas. The entire system is supported by tolls; no taxes of any kind fund CFX operations.
On average, more than 1 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 – 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 of approximately 65 professionals who are committed to excellence, innovation, service and teamwork. The agency is headed by Executive Director Laura Kelley.