Mission: To enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors by providing essential services for the safe and efficient movement of both vehicle and pedestrian traffic throughout Volusia County. This is accomplished through the planning, design, implementation, operation and maintenance of traffic control devices (such as traffic signals, school zone flashers, curve warning flashers) and studies that recommend roadway signing or pavement markings in accordance with standard engineering practices. The Traffic Engineering Division assists the Florida DOT and numerous municipalities in accomplishing this same mission.
Florida 511 is real-time information collected by Intelligent Transportation Systems to travelers and commuters to help with trip decisions.
Field Maintenance and Operations Reviews
Critical/Near Critical State and County Roadway Map (updated July 25, 2019)
Traffic in the LPGA Corridor Aerial Map [PDF]
Traffic in the LPGA Corridor Aerial with Surrounding Developments Map [PDF]
Traffic in the LPGA Corridor Level of Service Map [PDF]
Presented February 25, 2019
Adjusting Speed Limits slide presentation (click to advance, right click for further options, esc to close) [PPT]
Presented July 7, 2016
Five-Year Road Program for 2016-17 to 2020-21 (presented Aug 4, 2016)
FDOT Guide to Modern Roundabouts (pdf brochure download)
Westchester Drive Residential Traffic Control Plan
Helpful tips for getting Driveway Use Permits and Traffic Impact Analyses (TIA) approved by Volusia County Traffic Engineering:
Handicap Parking Requirements
Please refer to the requirements under the Florida Statutes, Volusia County Land Development Code and FDOT Standard indexes 17346 and 17355.
NOTE: The Volusia County Land Development Code takes precedence where the requirements are greater.
Related links of interest
Florida Department of Transportation
AutoCAD (computer-aided design and drafting)
AutoCAD standards manual [PDF]
AutoCAD layer template files (zip file)