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Civic Hardware: Infrastructure projects drive growth across Florida

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Top left: The new Kirkman Road overpass, part of the I-4 ultimate project. Right: Port Panama City is expanding. Bottom left: Jacksonville Transportation Authority wants to replace the Skyway rail system with driverless cars.

Economic Yearbook 2017

Civic Hardware: Infrastructure projects drive growth across Florida

| 3/28/2017

Across Florida, infrastructure projects — from major work on I-4 in central Florida to pumps to protect Miami Beach from rising seas to bridge building in northwest Florida — are driving growth, as cities and counties invest to create more livable environments.

In this article, you'll find a map of counties with top demographics on Florida's population, median age, per capita income, unemployment rate and more. Also included in the Economic Yearbook is an in-depth analysis of the economy in each of Florida's regions. There are updates by county, people to watch, job statistics. The regions are: • Miami-Dade/MonroeSoutheastSouthwestCentralNortheastNorthwest

 

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