2018 was a great year for Jacksonville’s logistic industry

Jacksonville logistics companies and city transportation agencies boasted record metrics in 2018. The First Coast saw more air passengers, cruise passengers and cargo containers than any year in its history, while local logistics behemoths accrued record-busting earnings. But a year of operational overhauls, tariff pressures, disaster recovery, tax benefits and more offered tailwinds the industry … Continue reading 2018 was a great year for Jacksonville’s logistic industry

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Career Spotlight: FAA Air Traffic Controllers

If you're looking for an exciting, challenging and rewarding aviation career, become an FAA Air Traffic Controller. Every day of the year, and especially on holidays, more than 15,000 federal controllers at 315 FAA air traffic facilities are on the job, guiding more than 87,000 flights every day across our national airspace system. Do you … Continue reading Career Spotlight: FAA Air Traffic Controllers

New details revealed on Jacksonville’s innovation corridor

City agencies are refining their vision to transform Bay Street into an "innovation corridor." Members of the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization and consulting companies laid out their plans for the corridor at a Jax Tech gathering Nov. 16. The plan for the 3.2-mile corridor was first revealed in an application … Continue reading New details revealed on Jacksonville’s innovation corridor

One of world’s largest ocean carriers adds Jacksonville service

Zim Integrated Shipping Services, the 11th largest ocean carrier in the world, is adding service to Jacksonville. The Israel-based company will come to Jacksonville as the vessel operator for 2M, one of the four largest vessel-sharing alliances in the world. The new service will bring more containers from North Asia through Jaxport, which has placed … Continue reading One of world’s largest ocean carriers adds Jacksonville service

A $63 million ‘innovation corridor’ could be coming downtown Jacksonville

The Jacksonville Transportation Authority unveiled its latest autonomous vehicle, the second lease, on the designated test track from Intuition Ale Works to Daily's Place Amphitheater. The EasyMile Gen-2 is the latest model produced by Transdev, and it offers twice the battery power and engine power of Transdev's first model, which JTA leased previously. The new vehicle also … Continue reading A $63 million ‘innovation corridor’ could be coming downtown Jacksonville