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Stay on course during Spring Break with Florida 511

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Want to spend more of your Spring Break soaking up the sun rather than stuck in traffic? Well, there’s an app for that - and a website, even a dozen Twitter feeds and a good old-fashioned toll-free number.

The Florida Department of Transportation’s 511 Traveler Information System, Florida 511, can help you spend more time at your destination and less time getting there.

Florida 511 offers a free app for iPhone and Android, as well as 12 Twitter feeds that provide traffic updates from across the state. You’ll find information about crashes, travel times, congestion, construction and more on Florida’s interstates, toll roads and other major metropolitan roadways.

Up-to-date, 24/7 traffic reports also are available by calling 511 toll-free from any landline or mobile phone, or by visiting FL511.com.  If you are flying or taking a cruise during Spring Break, you also can receive free phone transfers to Florida’s airports and seaports. And if heading out of state, you can transfer to neighboring 511 systems in Georgia and Louisiana to find out if traffic backups lie ahead.

Let today’s technology help you get to your destination. On behalf of the entire Daytona State College community, have a safe and relaxing Spring Break.

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{Feb. 26, 2014}

 

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Last updated: 2014-08-04T21:15:42.288Z