In District Travel
When traveling out of district for short day trips, and not away from the official headquarters overnight, this is considered "class C" travel. No meal allowance is allowed for that day. Only mileage, parking and tolls are reimbursable.
When traveling "in district" ( Orange and Osceola Counties), lodging and meals are not reimbursable. The Mileage Reimbursement Form should be maintained and submitted on a monthly basis. Travel on this form should only include mileage that is within Orange and Osceola Counties, tolls and parking.
The college does not reimburse employees for commuting mileage from/to home to their official headquarters. However, when an employee travels to a location other than their official headquarters, they will be reimbursed any additional mileage that is incurred above the normal commute from home to work.
The immediate supervisor of the employee shall approve the in district mileage request before it is sent to Accounts Payable. The employee's home address must be included on the form when travel includes to or from "home."Also, a map printout (such as MapQuest) for locations not listed on the In-District Mileage Chart should be attached to the Mileage Reimbursement Form.NOTE: The State's current mileage reimbursement rate is 44.5 cents per mile.
- 2010 Florida Statutes
- Current Travel Warnings
- Expressway Authority: Toll Calculator
- FDOT Official Highway Mileage
- Florida's Turnpike
- Florida's Turnpike: Toll costs & rate calculator
- Foreign Currency Web Site
- Foreign Per Diem Web Site
- Map Mileage Web Site
- Meal Allowances for International Travel
- U.S. Department of State