MetroPlan Orlando, in partnership with the City of Orlando, Orange County and the City of Winter Park, have launched a Complete Streets Study on the Corrine Drive corridor.
Corrine Drive is an important economic and cultural focal point in Orlando’s nearby neighborhoods and the Audubon Park Garden District Main Street. This roadway was originally configured based on the need to move heavy equipment from the Naval Training Center to US 17-92. That need has long been gone but the road remains relatively unchanged.
This comprehensive study will explore opportunities to transition this corridor from a thoroughfare into a true Complete Street designed for people, pedestrians, bicyclists and not just cars.
The study will involve data collection, analysis and public involvement and outreach opportunities to get input and involve the stakeholders in and around the corridor including nearby business, residents, neighborhoods and Main Street organizations.
This study is a part of the City of Orlando’s continued efforts to ensure that as our City grows our neighborhoods and Main Streets continue to be great places to call home and start businesses. Ensuring that our roadways are designed for today’s use is key to that strategic growth
For more information on the study and ways you can be a part of shaping the future vision for Corrine Drive, visit corrinedrivestudy.org.