AAA released a report on Friday showing gas prices continuing to drop across the state and the nation as Americans ready to kick off 2019.
With 5.3 million Floridians hitting the highways between now and New Years Day, residents of the Sunshine State are seeing the lowest prices at the pump they have seen since August 2017.
Finishing up his first term in Congress, U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, D-Fla., announced the funds would be headed to the PSTA on Wednesday.
One of the younger members of the House--he turns 30 in February--Trumbull sits on a number of key committees including the Appropriations, the Rules and the State Affairs Committees. He also sits on the Joint Legislative Budget Commission.
“I look forward to applying my passion for construction and transportation to Ballard Partners’ clients in this new endeavor and am grateful for the opportunity to continue strengthening transportation policy and overall economic growth in Florida.”
AAA sounded an optimistic note when it released the study on Monday, noting that prices at the pump could drop another 10 cents in the Sunshine State in the next two weeks.
According to AAA, 5.3 million Floridians will hit the highways.
With the longest nights of the year here, the AAA and the Auto Club Group are warning Floridians about old headlights. AAA issued a warning to residents of the Sunshine State on Tuesday morning. “New test results from AAA indicate that...
Last week, Florida Polytechnic University released research from their faculty and students as they focus on “detecting and preventing the growing problem of drowsy and distracted driving, one of the main causes of car accidents and fatalities on the roads.”
From his perch on the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., worked with Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry to steer the money to Northeast Florida.