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Edgewater becoming more ADA accessible


The City of Orlando will be increasing the ADA accessibility of four intersections on Edgewater Drive, as part of an ongoing improvement process for Edgewater Drive.

The Edgewater intersections to be worked on include Yale Street, Princeton Street, Smith Street, and Vassar Street.

Construction was expected to begin on January 22 with each intersection expected to take 3-4 weeks as the City reconstructs the concrete curb ramps, pedestrian signal detectors with audible type detectors as well, brick-style crosswalks, pedestrian railings at Yale and Princeton, resurfaced asphalt and new pavement markings.

The reworked timeline was pushed to March-April with construction expected to cause the closure of one sidewalk corner each day and associated lane closures as well.

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Brendan O'Connorhttps://www.brendanoconnor.me/
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