May 25, 2017 - In This Issue:
WE'RE BRINGING IN THE NUMBERS!
We have collected data on traffic, health, utilities, environment, and more along the corridor. We are still completing and analyzing all this technical data, which we plan to share -- along with a summary of opinion survey feedback -- at a public meeting this summer.

We have been delighted to see the community interest, and we hope you'll continue to help us identify situations and opportunities on Corrine Drive. In this update, we fill you in on a health-related aspect of our study  and continue asking for your support in taking and sharing our survey. Please keep connecting with us at local events and using #CorrineWishList in social media conversations.

PUTTING HEALTH FACTORS IN THE MIX ON CORRINE
Air quality monitoring is part of the analysis.

Transportation studies typically don't consider health impacts. MetroPlan Orlando is teaming up with the Florida Department of Health in Orange County to find out if there is a difference in air quality readings right next to Corrine Drive versus a few feet away. This can help determine if it's healthier to place a sidewalk or bicycle lane in a certain place to help pedestrians or cyclists breathe better. We will share the health analysis, including the air quality data, at this summer's public workshop. For more on all our data collection efforts, see the "Data Collection in the Corridor" section of the study page at:
CorrineDriveStudy.org

COUNTDOWN TO MAY 30
Share the survey link with friends, neighbors.

More than 1,700 people have taken our survey to tell us about their #CorrineWishList. We hope you have already answered the questions, but what about your neighbors? Or friends from other parts of the area who visit Corrine Drive? The survey closes May 30. We appreciate your help in sharing the link!

WHAT'S NEXT FOR THE STUDY

We're coming into the part of Phase 1 where we need to start analyzing all the data we've captured in the corridor and examining the opinion survey results, to prepare for our public workshop on existing conditions. We plan to have another email update out to you in June, which will announce the details of our big public meeting where we'll share results. Thanks for staying in touch with the Corrine Drive Complete Streets Study. 
Remember: #CorrineWishList 

SEE YOURSELF TAKING PART

If you've spoken with us at a meeting or event, you might find your photo on our Facebook page. Check out these albums:

Audubon Park Community Market -- March 27
Neighborhood Meeting -- March 28
Baldwin Park First Friday -- April 7
Baldwin Park Traffic Committee -- April 11
Audubon Park Community Market -- April 17
AARP Greater Orlando Volunteers -- April 24
Leu Gardens Free Day -- May 1
East End Market Meeting -- May 3
Audubon Park Community Market -- May 22
QUESTIONS ON THE STUDY?

Check out the website: 

Or contact our staff:
Elizabeth Whitton
Project Manager
ewhitton@MetroPlanOrlando.org

Cynthia Lambert 
Public Information Manager