MetroPlan Orlando
MetroPlan Orlando leads transportation planning efforts in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties. We coordinate closely with elected officials, industry experts, and the community to shape a future system that offers travel options. As the metropolitan planning organization for Central Florida, we also set priorities and determine how federal and state transportation dollars are spent in the region. 
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Let’s make Corrine Drive safe and comfortable for everyone

The Corrine Drive Complete Streets Study, led by MetroPlan Orlando, seeks to improve transportation options on two miles of Corrine Drive between US 17/92 and Bennett Road. Please give us your feedback by March 16 on the proposed designs by tapping on the concepts below.

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This solution proposes to upgrade street lighting to LED and add pedestrian-scale lighting. The above image (courtesy of OUC) shows Semoran Blvd. before and after its conversion to LED lighting.

Addresses These Community Concerns:
- Safe street crossing for pedestrians and bicyclists
- Better visibility for drivers

How the Design Helps:
- A good lighting plan will illuminate both the...

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This design proposes building a short 125-foot road connection between the Leu Gardens driveway and N. Forest Ave., creating a signalized exit for Merritt Park residents.

Addresses These Community Concerns:
- Difficulty accessing Corrine Dr. from Merritt Park
- Safety concerns about potential for crashes with cars speeding around the curve

How the Design Helps:
- The connection would...

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This network of bicycle boulevards will provide low-stress routes through neighborhood streets, connecting to local trails. Clear signage and sharrows (share the road arrows) painted on the road will help cyclists find their way easily. The map marks proposed routes using red dashed lines.

Addresses These Community Concerns:
- Safety of bicyclists on Corrine Dr.
- Uncomfortable cycling...

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This proposed redesign of Nebraska Street would add a two-way cycle track from Mills Ave. to Altaloma Ave., and a 12-foot shared-use bicycle and pedestrian path from Altaloma Ave. to Forest Ave. The section next to the Leu Gardens property would have paved, angled parking next to the shared-use path to accommodate special event parking. To make space for these facilities on the current road...

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This solution proposes to retime traffic signals in the two-mile Corrine Drive corridor.

Addresses These Community Concerns:
- Poor traffic light timing along Corrine Dr.
- Safe street crossing for pedestrians
- Choppy traffic flow

How the Design Helps:
- Updated signal timings would provide smoother vehicle flow and ensure pedestrians have sufficient crossing time.
- Adjustments to...

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A mid-block pedestrian crossing with a signal near East End Market is proposed.

Addresses These Community Concerns:
- Safe street crossing for pedestrians
- Speeding vehicles

How the Design Helps:
- The crosswalk would come with either a push-activated traffic light (HAWK) or pedestrian signal, which would give vehicles a red light – similar to the one on Robinson Street in front of...

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This proposed design raises the entire Corrine Dr. / Winter Park Rd. intersection, elevating the road pavement to be even with sidewalks.

Addresses These Community Concerns:
- Speeding vehicles
- Pedestrian safety
- Safety of children walking or biking to new Audubon Park K-8 school

How the Design Helps:
- Reduces vehicle speeds.
- Draws attention to someone crossing the street and...

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This variation on the Hybrid Concept replaces sidewalks and landscaping on both sides of the road with shared-use paths for pedestrians and cyclists.

Like the original Hybrid Concept, this variation also offers 5 lanes on weekdays (Mon.-Fri.) and 3 lanes on weekends (Sat.-Sun.). The 2 outside travel lanes convert to parallel parking on weekends, when traffic is lighter. This is currently...

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This concept is a hybrid, because it offers 5 lanes on weekdays (Mon.-Fri.) and 3 lanes on weekends (Sat.-Sun.). The 2 outside travel lanes convert to parallel parking on weekends, when traffic is lighter. This is currently done in downtown Orlando on Orange Avenue and in the Milk District on Robinson Street. This concept also offers a sidewalk on each side of the road, with landscaping.

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This variation on the 3-lane Concept replaces the cycle track and sidewalk with shared-use paths for pedestrians and cyclists on both sides of the road.

The original 3-Lane Concept provides 2 travel lanes plus 1 center turn lane, with periodic landscaped medians. It offers a sidewalk, with trees, and a cycle track on each side of the road that is separated from moving vehicles by a barrier...

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