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3 ways to share your thoughts on Robinson St.

The City of Orlando and the Florida Department of Transportation are working hard to make sure Robinson St. meets the needs of the community. They are currently working on a study to identify and objectively evaluate a full range of possible improvements to address multimodal safety and mobility along the […]

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Denning Drive ‘right-sizing” workshop takes to the streets to make case for change

“Right-sizing” a street is no simple task, especially when it comes to including the community in the process.  And a road like Denning Drive in Winter Park has a lot of people concerned about its future for many, different reasons. The City of Winter Park rose to the challenge though hosting a hands-on, […]

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May is National Bike Month – 5 more ways to celebrate

Wait. Didn’t we just celebrate Bike Month? Yes and no.  March is Florida Bike Month.  But now it’s time to celebrate all across the U.S. with National Bike Month – hosted by the League of American Bicyclists. Established in 1956, this monthly celebration has been a thing for 60 years! You […]

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Study shows Robinson Street is a vital, multi-modal corridor

There is no doubt that Robinson Street is an important lifeline to the City of Orlando.  It runs through the heart of the city serving a diverse range of people including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, motorists and freight/trucks.  Robinson Street also borders Lake Eola Park – a major downtown destination.  Thousands […]