August 2, 2017 - In This Issue:
SHARING WHAT WE'VE LEARNED
The first phase of the Corrine Drive Complete Streets study wrapped up with a robust public workshop at Leu Gardens on July 27. About 150 people came by to look at the data we collected and share their thoughts on how to improve transportation in the study area.

The data from Phase 1 has now all been added to our website, and we're eager to keep sharing it with you as we move into the next phase of the study. We'll also continue our community interactions as we enter Phase 2. We're always glad to talk with groups about the study.

WORKSHOP MATERIALS & MORE AVAILABLE ONLINE 

You can now access the data from the first phase of the study at its new home on the web.  Phase 1: Corrine Drive's Transportation Story is also easily accessible from our
 CorrineDriveStudy.org

Here's some of what you'll find there:

WHAT'S NEXT FOR THE STUDY

Our analysis of conditions on Corrine Drive, along with community survey results, will guide the next phase of the study. While last Thursday's public workshop completed Phase 1 of the study, we have much more ahead of us. In Phase 2, we will be developing four concepts for a street redesign. These will incorporate your concerns and wishes while evaluating each redesign as to how well it will perform in this particular situation. As always, thanks for staying in touch with the Corrine Drive Complete Streets Study. 
Remember: There will be more chances to tell us about your #CorrineWishList 

QUESTIONS ON THE STUDY?

Check out the website: 

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

Cynthia Lambert 
Public Information Manager