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2045 Master Plan: Public Input Survey

About the Survey


The Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) is updating its regional long-range plan to help guide its transportation future. Known as the 2045 Master Plan, it will serve as a blueprint for how we will build, operate, and maintain a safe, reliable tolling system for residents, businesses, and visitors in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake and Brevard counties over the next 25 years.

We invite you to take this survey and share your ideas on a range of topics. Your input will allow us to produce a 2045 Master Plan that keeps pace with the regional demand for an integrated mobility network to serve Central Florida's expanding population and offer improved access for generations to come. 

The survey takes 7 to 10 minutes. 

Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX)
CFX is an independent agency of the state of Florida, established in 2014. CFX has the authority to build, improve, operate and maintain an expressway system within the geographic boundaries of Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake and Brevard counties. 

CFX is a 125-mile system that 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 1 million toll transactions are recorded every day, and more than 80% of these toll transactions are electronic. 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.