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AUGUST 2019 | ISSUE 57
The E-PASS Mobile App for iPhone and Android is here! Save time, manage payments and monitor your E-PASS account activity from wherever you are. Simply download the E-PASS Mobile App from the App Store or Google Play Store for free, and take advantage of easy-to-use features like tracking toll discounts, adding funds to your account or resolving transaction alerts in real time.
Now is also the perfect time to check your account information and make any needed updates. Simply log in to the app or your online E-PASS account and verify the following:
  • Account contact name and address
  • Current account balance and payment information
  • Make, model and license plates of all the vehicles listed
  • Check and clear any active alerts 

Need help logging in or downloading the app? We’ve got you covered. Contact an E-PASS customer service specialist at 1-800-353-7277 from Monday-Friday, anytime between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. 
It’s that time of year again! Getting your family to school and activities can make you miss summer break, but the E-PASS Back To School Toll Giveaway is here to make it easier for eight lucky winners. From the first day of school (Aug. 12) through Labor Day (Sept. 2), busy E-PASS drivers can enter to win $50 in tolls. Simply complete this form for a chance to win.  

Do you have friends and family who aren't E-PASS customers? Tell them to get E-PASS now to automatically be entered to win. Click here to learn more.
Question: Does E-PASS work on tolled express lanes?

Answer: Yes. Whether you have the E-PASS Sticker, Portable or CollegePass, your E-PASS works everywhere SunPass does. This includes the newly-opened FDOT express lanes on SR 528, and all toll roads throughout Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. Plus, if you have E-PASS Xtra, you have even more travel freedom – E-PASS Xtra works on toll roads and bridges in 18 states.  
Gator fans: Going to the Gator Nation Headquarters pregame tailgate and pep rally on Aug. 24? The event starts at 10 a.m. at the Seneff Arts Plaza at the Dr. Phillips Center in downtown Orlando. Look for the CFX tent to purchase your own GatorPass toll sticker and show your team spirit from your windshield before the UF/Miami game.

Knights and Seminoles fans, we've got you covered. Make sure your fellow fans and rivals see you coming with your own KnightPass or NolePass.

Drive with pride in time for football season by ordering online or visit one of the campus bookstores at UCF, UF and FSU. Also available in the stadiums during home games - click your team to view its football schedule: Knights, Gators, Seminoles
If you have friends and family flying into Orlando International Airport for a visit, make sure to tell them about Visitor Toll Pass! This innovative program allows rental car customers to pay tolls electronically at a lower rate than cash and avoid hefty rental car toll program fees. Travelers can reserve a Visitor Toll Pass online before they arrive, or pick one up on the rental car level of the airport.
CFX is honored to be the recipient of the following awards in the fields of construction, financial reporting, and innovative customer service solutions: 
  • 2019 Toll Excellence Award for Social Responsibility, The International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) – Wekiva Parkway, in partnership with Florida Dept. of Transportation (FDOT).

  • Certificate of Merit, IBTTA – CFX Reload Lanes.

  • 2019 Best in Construction Award, Florida Transportation Builders Association (FTBA) – Wekiva Parkway Systems Interchange at SR 429 and SR 453. Southland Construction was the prime contractor.

  • 2019 Grand Engineering Excellence Award, American Council of Engineering Companies of Florida (ACEC-FL) – Wekiva Parkway Systems Interchange, designed by Atkins North America, Inc. 

  • Certificate for Achievement in Excellence in Financial Reporting, Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) – CFX’s Fiscal Year 2018 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
CFX reached several construction milestones in July with the opening of three ramps:
First, SR 417/SR 408 interchange crews opened the new westbound SR 408 ramp to southbound SR 417 and opened the realigned eastbound SR 408 ramp to southbound SR 417. Two more ramps are expected to open by the end of the year as part of this project, including the new northbound SR 417 ramp to westbound SR 408. Click here to view the fact sheet.

The new westbound SR 408 ramp to Rouse Road also opened as part of the SR 408 widening from east of SR 417 to east of Alafaya Trail. Completion of this widening project is expected this fall. View the fact sheet here.
The FDOT I-4 Ultimate Project is making great gains at the I-4/SR 408 interchange. As progress continues, the following closures are scheduled to take place in the month of August:
  • Eastbound SR 408 to Orange Ave. closes 11 p.m.-5 a.m., nightly on Aug. 17-22 and Aug. 19-25. (Tolls will be suspended to accommodate the detour).

  • The SR 408 ramps from I-4 will close from 11 p.m.-5 a.m., nightly on Aug. 17-23.

See detour routes for these closures here.
CFX invites the public to learn about the Poinciana Parkway Extension Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study on Thursday, Aug. 29 at Poinciana High School, 5:30-8 p.m. CFX invites community members to learn about the project and talk with knowledgeable study team members who will be on hand to answer your questions. There will also be opportunities for public input and comments. Learn more about the study by clicking here.
A public meeting for the Lake/Orange County Connector Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study was held July 29 at the Clermont Arts & Recreation Center. Nearly 100 people attended to see displays of the preferred alternative, ask questions, view a presentation, and voice their thoughts on the potential expressway between US 27 in Lake County and SR 429 in Orange County. 

Over the course of the study, which began in March 2018, CFX engaged the public and elicited input through six advisory group meetings, three public meetings and numerous stakeholder meetings. The study team is scheduled to present the study to the CFX Governing Board later this year. 
Glenn Pressimone, CFX Chief of Infrastructure and Ralph Bove of Volkert, Inc., presented on the Concept, Feasibility and Mobility Study of the Northeast Connector Expressway Extension at CFX's August Board meeting. CFX began the study in February 2018, with the purpose of addressing future transportation demand and mobility in eastern Orange and Osceola counties. The study identified 12 potential corridor alignment alternatives for an extension running north-south between SR 50 in Orange County and US 192 in Osceola County. The Board accepted the study findings and will revisit them periodically as the area changes. Read more about the study here .
Thank you to everyone who stopped by CFX’s booth at the Seminole Towne Center’s Back to School event on August 3. While the young attendees received construction hard hats, pens, rulers and wildlife coloring pages, their parents learned about the Wekiva Parkway and the E-PASS family of products.

If we missed you and you have a question, please e-mail info@cfxway.com

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