Weekend Traffic Alert - December 9 & 10

Expect increased traffic congestion at SE 17th St. and Eisenhower Blvd. on Saturday, December 9, and Sunday, December 10, due to a busy cruise weekend at Port Everglades and multiple events occurring at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center.

Cruise guests and port users should allow for additional travel time and use the port entrances located at Federal Hwy(US 1)/Spangler Blvd.(SR 84) and I-595/Eller Dr.

Port Everglades

Florida's Powerhouse Global Gateway

Port Everglades, located in South Florida, works creatively and competitively to expand the revenue positions of our trade, cruise and energy customers which in turn creates economic social and environmental value for our community.

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Port Parking

The port has on-site parking facilities for cruise guests with two parking garages and several lots.

Master/Vision Plan

Our roadmap for future growth to improve productivity for the port’s cargo, cruise and energy sectors.


Today, one-third of Florida's energy, including petroleum, are stored and distributed through Port Everglades.


Port Everglades is one of the leading container ports in Florida thanks to the Port's strategic location.

Port Everglades Quick Facts

Port Everglades generates more than $33 billion worth of business activity annually and supports over 9,500 direct local jobs and nearly 216,600 statewide jobs.

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  • 2,892,533 Cruise Passengers
  • 4,048 Ship Calls
  • 1,013,159 TEUs Total
  • 129,915,243 Petroleum Barrels
  • 114,825 Ferry Passengers
  • 243,189 Break Bulk Tons
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Port Everglades boasts more cruise lines, more sailings and more itineraries than any other port in the world. But it's the world-class service and facilities…

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