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Making pedestrian deaths a thing of the past with Vision Zero
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Making pedestrian deaths a thing of the past with Vision Zero

It takes a village to make our streets more walkable – or in Vision Zero’s case, it takes a whole lot of villages. Vision Zero, a multi-national road traffic safety project that aims to achieve a roadway system with no fatalities or serious injuries, still has a long way to go, but […]

Your Corrine Drive Wish List: Take the Survey
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Your Corrine Drive Wish List: Take the Survey

MetroPlan Orlando – in coordination with Orange County, the City of Orlando and the City of Winter Park – launched a Complete Streets Study of Corrine Drive in East Orlando last month, kicking off the study’s first phase: Research and Public Listening. Study leaders are asking residents, business owners and […]

Keep up with the Corrine Drive Study
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Keep up with the Corrine Drive Study

Want to stay up to date with the Complete Streets study of Corrine Drive? MetroPlan Orlando, who is leading the study, is making it easy. CorrineDriveStudy.org brings you to a dedicated page to find all the news, and you can even sign up to receive email updates. The timeline on […]

Smart Growth America helping to bring ‘Complete Streets’ to Central Florida
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Smart Growth America helping to bring ‘Complete Streets’ to Central Florida

No one would argue that Metro Orlando roads will magically become safer for walkers and bicyclists. After all, two people are struck and killed each week while walking in Central Florida. Getting the region off the list of having one of the most dangerous road systems in the nation will […]

Custom street guidelines for Central Florida released
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Custom street guidelines for Central Florida released

Smart Growth America (SGA) has released a series of recommendations about how to make a region safer through changes to land use, transportation decision-making practices and culture. Which region specifically? Central Florida, the heart of the state infamous for having the highest rate of vehicle/pedestrian injuries and death. SGA’s Central […]