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Downtown parking lots under I-4 about to close

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Parking lots nine and ten will be closed for an undisclosed amount of time, starting some time in mid-June.

The City leases the land for the lots from the Florida Department of Transportation (Website), which is required to give 30 days notice to the City in case of a lot closure. They informed the City of Orlando of the upcoming project on May 4, which means June 4 they could conceivably begin work. The FDOT offices have yet to release a timeline to the public.

The construction project, which apparently involves raising the interstate overpass as part of I-4 Ultimate, will affect a total of 900 spaces. FDOT will allow 25% of the spaces to remain open throughout the process.

According to the Public Information office, the City of Orlando has been working with regular/monthly lot users to relocate them to alternate parking spaces during the construction and the DDB will launching a public awareness campaign in the next few days.

 

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28 COMMENTS

  1. Those are the best (and cheapest) parking spaces downtown — and with Sunrail not running late, this will create a real problem.

  2. What is that thing that carries 50x the number of people as one more artery-clogging vehicle, oh Lynx. Is that no longer an option?

  3. aww man! that’s nostalgia at it’s finest parking, you’re so close to bailing a buddy out too LOL! will be missed, and the walk to I bar ( not really missed ) lol!

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CLOSED

Parking lots nine and ten will be closed for an undisclosed amount of time, starting some time in mid-June.

The City leases the land for the lots from the Florida Department of Transportation (Website), which is required to give 30 days notice to the City in case of a lot closure. They informed the City of Orlando of the upcoming project on May 4, which means June 4 they could conceivably begin work. The FDOT offices have yet to release a timeline to the public.

The construction project, which apparently involves raising the interstate overpass as part of I-4 Ultimate, will affect a total of 900 spaces. FDOT will allow 25% of the spaces to remain open throughout the process.

According to the Public Information office, the City of Orlando has been working with regular/monthly lot users to relocate them to alternate parking spaces during the construction and the DDB will launching a public awareness campaign in the next few days.