Gov. Rick Scott appoints Andria Herr of Lake Mary to Central Florida Expressway Authority

Andra Herr of Lake Mary appointed to Central Fla Expressway by Gov. R Scott / Headline Surfer® Photo for Headline Surfer® /
Andria Herr is president of Hylant Orlando.
 

LAKE MARY, Fla. -- Gov. Rick Scott announced the appointment Friday of Andria Herr of Lake Mary to the Central Florida Expressway Authority.

Herr, 53, is the president of Hylant Orlando. She currently serves as a member of the Seminole County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and the Seminole State College Foundation Board of Directors. Herr received her bachelor's degree from Stetson University in DeLand.

She succeeds Walter Ketcham and is appointed for a term beginning Sept. 4, and ending June 20, 2018.

FAST FACTS: CFX

The Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) is an expressway authority responsible for construction, maintenance and operation of toll roads in four counties of Greater Orlando (Lake, Orange, Osceola & Seminole counties). It was created in 2014 to replace the Orlando–Orange County Expressway Authority, which only had authority in Orange County, and as of 2014 no roads outside that county have been added to the system. Other toll roads in the area are operated by Florida's Turnpike Enterprise (successor to the Seminole County Expressway Authority) and the Osceola County Expressway Authority; the latter may merge into CFX some time after 2018.
CFX operates an electronic toll collection system known as E-Pass, one of the first systems of its kind in the United States. Use of the state's SunPass system is also available on CFX roads.
 

Did You Know?

The Wekiva Parkway, the final piece of a beltway around Orlando, is planned for completion through Lake and Orange Counties by 2021.
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