FDOT is holding a public workshop as part of their Robinson Street Corridor Study on November 4.
Orlando residents are encouraged to attend and to take part in exploring strategies to make Robinson Street more safe and comfortable to use, for vehicles and pedestrians.
The study seeks to document existing and future travel needs as well as community visions and desires. The Study’s findings will be documented in the Corridor Alternatives and Strategies Report.
Residents can also share their ideas via the Robinson Street Corridor Study interactive map, which can be found HERE.
Current comments on the map include:
“There is no pedestrian crossing opportunity between Mills Ave. and Fern Creek Ave.”
“Pedestrian ramps are not ADA compliant.”
“There is no indication that Dickson Azalea Park exists (no entrance feature). The park needs an entrance feature and maybe a crosswalk in front.”
“Milk District has most potential for redevelopment”
The workshop run 5:30-8 p.m. November 4 at the First Unitarian Church [GMap].