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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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A vision for a walkable, bikeable downtown Orlando

Does this intersection look familiar? It is Robinson Street – in 2025, thanks to a new vision plan created by Project DTO Advancing Downtown Orlando. You may be asking, what does 2025 look like? Picture Robinson Street as a two-lane street instead of four, with bike lanes, larger sidewalks and more landscaping. Then […]

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2014 State of Downtown Address On Dec. 3

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer will deliver his 2014 State of Downtown Address on Wednesday, December 3 at Church Street Exchange.  Expect updates about the City’s comprehensive visioning process for the continued revitalization of Downtown Orlando, led by the citizen taskforce, Project DTO— Advancing Downtown.BWCF looks forward to hearing the Mayor […]

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Project DTO: People Priority

Bike and pedestrian accessibility top the priority list to advance Downtown Orlando, according to Project DTO’s Access Committee.  Think the Orlando Urban Trail becoming the connecting “spine” for a network of bikeways. A pedestrian bridge over Colonial Drive. And, a linear park underneath I-4 with recreation options – skate parks, art exhibits, or […]

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What Matters to Orlandoans?

                      Shaping Orlando’s future has become even simpler! A new online survey allows any interested stakeholders to have their say in future development of Downtown Orlando. Orlandoans are being asked to give their opinions about what really matters to them. […]