JANUARY 2018 | ISSUE 41

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IN THE NEWS



GO KNIGHTS!

Congratulations to the undefeated UCF Knights on their well-deserved win over the Auburn Tigers in the Peach Bowl! 

Knights fans, you can drive with pride with  KnightPass , a UCF-branded E-PASS. It's available at the  UCF Bookstore  and online at GetKnightPass. com.



Fans of UF and FSU teams, you can get GatorPass and NolePass stickers for your windshields. GatorPass is available at the UF Bookstore and the Gator Sportshop at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. NolePass is sold at the FSU  Bookstore and the Seminole Sportshop at Doak Campbell Stadium.

Each sticker costs $18.50, plus tax. GatorPass, NolePass and KnightPass also are available online at CollegeEpass.com.
SAFETY TIP OF MONTH:
Move Over
From FLHSMV: Florida law requires you to Move Over a lane - when you can safely do so - for stopped law enforcement, emergency, sanitation, utility service vehicles and tow trucks or wreckers.
  • If you can't move over - or when on a two-lane road - slow to a speed that is 20 mph less than the posted speed limit.
  • Slow down to 5 mph when the posted speed limit is 20 mph or less.
Read more about the  Move Over  law.
PARTNER UPDATE:
I-4 Ultimate

EB I-4 off-ramp to NB Kirkman Road changed from left to right exit



A traffic shift that opened Dec. 22 on eastbound Interstate 4 between Sand Lake Road (S.R. 482) and Grand National Drive moved the exit onto northbound Kirkman Road (S.R. 435) from the left side of I-4 to the right. 

The traffic shift moves eastbound I-4 lanes between Sand Lake Road and Grand National Drive closer to westbound I-4. 

The most noticeable difference for motorists is the realignment of Exit 75B to northbound Kirkman Road. It's now on the right side of eastbound I-4.  Exit 75A to Universal Boulevard remains in the same location.

Click here  to view or download a map of the traffic shift. 

We hope your new year is off to a great start!

Interchange To Open In March

Construction is nearly complete on the State Road 528/ Innovation Way /  Sunbridge Parkway interchange.  CFX anticipates the opening of the  interchange in March.

Wekiva Parkway 5K
Here's your chance to run on an expressway before it opens to the public! 

The Wekiva Parkway 5K will be held on Saturday, March 31  to mark the  opening of CFX's Section 2 of the Wekiva Parkway. 

The parkway extension from Kelly Park Road to State Road 46 is scheduled to open to traffic the first week of April. 

Click  here to register for the 5K race.

Safety Campaign

In collaboration with the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP), CFX has launched a public awareness campaign aimed at drivers passing through work zones.

The campaign seeks to increase awareness of construction workers on our expressways and cautions drivers to slow down and be alert.

Part of the Safety Campaign will be working with FHP on educating drivers.
 
"Our goal is to get them to understand the dangers that they put these workers at risk and to reduce these types of crashes that we're seeing," said FHP spokesperson Sgt. Kim Montes.
 
What should a driver do if they're involved in a minor crash along the expressway?
 
"The law requires you to move the cars out of the roadway off onto the shoulder, if nobody is hurt and the cars are moveable," Montes said. "It does two things. It prevents a secondary crash and it helps with congestion."

Rear-end type crashes are the most common type of work zone crash.

To avoid a work zone crash:
  • Slow down
  • Be aware of driving conditions
  • Stay off smartphones and other electronic devices
  • Don't tailgate - follow the 2-4 second rule (stay at least two to four seconds behind any vehicle that is directly in front of your vehicle) to maintain a safe following distance.  
CFX will be sharing these safety messages with the community throughout the campaign. 

If you need emergency assistance, call 911 and report your problem and location.

If you need help with your vehicle, dial *347 (*FHP) and ask for a Road Ranger to be sent to your location.

Follow @DriveEpass for traffic and roadway alerts.

For more safety traveler tips  click here

Spam Email alert

The safety and integrity of our customers' personal information is important to us. 

In this age of SPAM, Viruses and Phishing attacks, we are asking customers to be extra vigilant when opening emails. If you encounter a suspicious email that claims to be from  E-PASS, please do not respond to it or click any links.


Remember, we will not ask you for confidential information such as your user name, password, personal identification number (PIN) or other account information in a text message or email, or over the phone unless you first contact us about an issue, such as something to do with your account. 

In that case, we'll ask you to verify your information so we know you're who you say you are. 

Also, all emails relating to account information or billing issues will be sent from CFX's customer service email at 
E-PASS@CFXway.com . If you have any questions or if you wish to report a suspicious email, please contact
E-PASS Customer Service at 407-823-7277 or
800-353-7277 or Email: 
E-PASS@CFXWay.com

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Q: I got a new credit card. How do I update my
E-PASS account? 

A:  To change the credit card information on your 
E-PASS account, click here to log into your account. Once logged in,  click Payment, then Payment Information and finally Edit. Or you can call 407-823-7277 or  800-353-7277  to speak with a customer service representative.

IN THE COMMUNITY: Light Up UCF 

Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate 10 years of Light Up UCF!  We had hundreds of people stop by the  E- PASS tent during the event. We enjoyed talking to you and answering your questions. We look forward to seeing you again!