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Public Meeting Alert: Redesign proposed for Princeton Street and Orange Blossom Trail

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The Florida Department of Transportation, in partnership with the City of Orlando and Dr. Phillips, Inc., will hold a public hearing regarding planned roadway improvements on segments of Princeton Street and Orange Blossom Trail in the planned Packing District corridor.

The recommended improvements on Princeton would extend from east of John Young Parkway to east of OBT and include a four-lane divided roadway with on-street parking, six-foot-wide sidewalks, and a 10-foot separated bike lane.

Improvements on OBT would run from south of Industrial Way to north of Traylor Boulevard and include a four-lane divided, on-street parking, six-foot-wide sidewalks, and a 10-foot separated bike lane.

The hearing will be held 5:30-7 p.m. February 26 at the Northwest Neighborhood Center, 3955 W. D. Judge Drive. A formal presentation will be given at 6 p.m. following an open house, ending with a public comment period.

PROPOSED DESIGN OF ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL
PROPOSED DESIGN OF PRINCETON STREET

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The Florida Department of Transportation, in partnership with the City of Orlando and Dr. Phillips, Inc., will hold a public hearing regarding planned roadway improvements on segments of Princeton Street and Orange Blossom Trail in the planned Packing District corridor.

The recommended improvements on Princeton would extend from east of John Young Parkway to east of OBT and include a four-lane divided roadway with on-street parking, six-foot-wide sidewalks, and a 10-foot separated bike lane.

Improvements on OBT would run from south of Industrial Way to north of Traylor Boulevard and include a four-lane divided, on-street parking, six-foot-wide sidewalks, and a 10-foot separated bike lane.

The hearing will be held 5:30-7 p.m. February 26 at the Northwest Neighborhood Center, 3955 W. D. Judge Drive. A formal presentation will be given at 6 p.m. following an open house, ending with a public comment period.

PROPOSED DESIGN OF ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL
PROPOSED DESIGN OF PRINCETON STREET