The 2015/2016 budget has more than 100 projects that are meant to improve Orlando’s public spaces and infrastructure. We wrote about it briefly, HERE when we looked into the new Eola washroom build-out. The City has since launched an online interactive map that breaks down all of the projects for us.

With upcoming project costs hovering near $50 million, the City will be investing in initiatives that will allow residents to travel safely, improve the stormwater system and renovate neighborhood amenities (like the Eola bathrooms).

The majority of the improvements are still in the planning phase and with no set dates for ground breaking or completion.

The map features tags that, once you click on them, reveal photographs, locations and brief outlines of each project.

To see and use the map, click HERE.


Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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