Monday December 27, 2010Florida 511 Provides Time-Saving Traffic Information For Outback Bowl Travel
For fans attending the Outback Bowl between the Gators and Penn State on January 1 at Raymond James Stadium, donít get tackled by traffic! Before hitting the road on game day, call the Florida Department of Transportationís (FDOT) 511 Traveler Information System or visit the 511 Web site at www.FL511.com.
The free, bilingual Florida 511 Traveler Information System provides traffic information for the whole state through one phone and Internet system. The system is updated with information, including commuter travel times, congestion, lane closures, severe weather, construction and emergency evacuation information on all interstate highways, toll roads, including Floridaís Turnpike, and many other metropolitan roadways. 511 is available in English and Spanish on the phone by dialing 511, or on the Web at FL511.com.
With My Florida 511 personalized services at FL511.com, travelers can register their custom routes to hear travel information on their routes first when calling 511. Additionally, users can register to receive traffic alerts on these routes via a phone call, e-mail and/or text message.† Travelers can customize their alerts by choosing the time of day, day of week and type or severity of incidents.†
The 511 system is available from cell phones and landlines; however, standard cell phone minutes may apply.
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