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Make some moves during FDOT’s Mobility Week
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Make some moves during FDOT’s Mobility Week

What moves YOU? That’s the question driving Central Florida’s second annual Mobility Week campaign that runs from October 28 through November 3. Spearheaded by The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Mobility Week provides the perfect opportunity to promote and explore ways to reduce car-use, test new technologies or showcase how […]

Orlando Sentinel: Altamonte Springs looks for ways to ease traffic congestion
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Orlando Sentinel: Altamonte Springs looks for ways to ease traffic congestion

In addition to easing traffic congestion, Altamonte Springs is launching several transportation projects to make it easier for all road users, including pedestrians and cyclists, to get around the area. Some of these projects include adding bicycle lanes to Montgomery Road, a pedestrian tunnel under S.R. 436 to the Altamonte […]

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 […]