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FOX 35: Orlando putting money into Project DTO

One of the main goals for Project DTO is to create a more walkable and bikeable Downtown Orlando. A road diet on Robinson would add a bike lane, some crosswalks, and reduce the speed limit, making it a safer place for people to walk and bike. Read about some of […]

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What’s your bike/ped vision for Robinson Street? – Workshop on Nov. 4 seeks community input

Want to have a say in the bike-friendly future of Downtown Orlando? Seize your chance at the Robinson Street Corridor Planning Study Workshop on Nov. 4. Plans to make Robinson Street a haven for bicyclists and pedestrians are well underway, and the Florida Department of Transportation wants your input. The […]

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Walkability is pushing businesses downtown

There’s a trend happening – more businesses are moving to downtowns across the country. Smart Growth America recently released a report titled Core Values: Why American Companies are Moving Downtown that discusses why these businesses are moving downtown. One huge factor? Walkability. Businesses are moving to downtowns that are walkable. […]

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Project DTO: Asking for Your Ideas of What Makes a Great City

Orlando residents and downtown workers flocked to Wall Street Plaza in June to share their vision for the future of downtown Orlando. Divided into nine key topics ranged from transportation, open spaces, sustainability to arts & culture and the city’s identity – everything was on the table. Hundreds showed up […]