Download the free mobile app, visit FL511.com or follow #FL511 on Twitter
With tens of thousands of soccer fans expected to attend International Champions Cup (ICC) matches in Miami and Orlando, the Florida Department of Transportation encourages residents and visitors to check roadway conditions using the Florida 511 Traveler Information System for a safe arrival with fewer delays.
Three ICC matches will be played in Florida this year. Paris Saint-Germain will take on Tottenham Hotspur at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on Saturday, July 22. Paris Saint-Germain will play Juventus at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Wednesday July 26. Real Madrid C.F. will face FC Barcelona in the 2017 El Clásico Miami at Hard Rock Stadium on Saturday, July 29.
Before leaving for a game, soccer fans can check the statewide interactive road map on FL511.com for real-time local traffic information in English or Spanish, including current traffic speeds, congestion, incidents, closures, construction and more. Drivers also can view traffic cameras showing current driving conditions on I-4, I-95 and Florida’s Turnpike.
After the game, motorists should check the free Florida 511 mobile app, available on Google Play or the Apple App Store, for current conditions on their planned route. Drivers also can select an alternate route if necessary.
Travelers can register on the website or mobile app for a free My Florida 511 personalized services account to create door-to-door routes to the stadiums, hotels, restaurants and other favorite destinations. Registered users can learn about travel times and traffic incidents on their routes via custom email and text alerts.
Additional ways to receive traffic information from Florida 511 include calling 511 toll-free from any phone in the state, and following one or more of the statewide, regional, roadway-specific or Spanish-language Twitter feeds (#FL511), including @FL511_Central, @FL_511_I4, @FL511_Turnpike, @FL511_I95, @FL511_Southeast, @FL511_95Express and @FL511_Estatal.
FDOT encourages all drivers to visit the Florida 511 website before leaving or have a passenger check the mobile app to avoid using a phone while driving.