June 22, 2017 - In This Issue:
The first phase of our study was a time to gather data on conditions along Corrine Drive and listen to the people who are affected by changes there. Now, we're hosting a public workshop on July 27 from 6-8 p.m. at Leu Gardens to share some of what we've learned and hear what's on your mind at this point.

We have enjoyed our community interactions and hope you'll continue connecting with us as we enter Phase 2 -- and that you'll keep using #CorrineWishList on social media posts.


Please join us July 27 in the Camellia Room at Leu Gardens from 6-8 p.m., for a public workshop to discuss results of our traffic data collection and public opinion research. It will be an open house format where you can come and go at your convenience. Please plan on spending about 30-45 minutes with us to participate fully. We hope to see you there!

Hundreds ask questions, offer feedback.

When we began our study outreach, we promised everyone a chance to express their opinions. Since then, we have held 10 events in the corridor, received more than 1,700 survey responses, and talked with dozens of people who live, work and play along Corrine Drive. We've learned a lot, but we aren't done yet. There will be plenty more public engagement to come.

Here is a review of the community events we have attended. Were you there?

Audubon Park Community Market -- March 27 -- Shoppers were able ask our team about the study and to take our just-rolled-out opinion survey on iPads at the market.
Neighborhood Meeting -- March 28 -- We visited with a small group of neighbors on Oak and Palm to get their thoughts about the study and what they would like to see on Corrine.
Baldwin Park First Friday -- April 7 -- At the monthly street party, we set up a booth to answer questions and get more survey responses.
Baldwin Park Traffic Committee -- April 11 -- Residents came to the traffic committee's meeting to hear more about the study and share their thoughts.
Audubon Park Community Market -- April 17 -- Back to the market for more discussion and surveys.
AARP Greater Orlando Volunteers -- April 24 -- A Corrine neighborhood resident connected us with a group of local AARP member,s who shared their hopes and concerns for Corrine Drive.
Leu Gardens Free Day -- May 1 -- We set up a table at the gardens on "free day" to talk with visitors.
East End Market Meeting -- May 3 -- Business folks met at East End Market and gave their perspectives on the study.
Audubon Park Community Market -- May 22 -- This time, our video team accompanied us to the market to capture attendees' questions and thoughts.
Colonialtown North Neighborhood Association -- June 8 -- We attended this meeting of neighbors at a city recreational center.

Our analysis of conditions on Corrine Drive, along with community survey results, will help guide the next phase of the study. By understanding what's currently happening along Corrine Drive, MetroPlan Orlando can come up with street designs that match the community's needs and wants. In the next phase of the study, we'll develop some potential designs, show you how they could function, and get your input on what you like best. Thanks for staying in touch with the Corrine Drive Complete Streets Study. 
Remember: There will be more chances to tell us about your #CorrineWishList 


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Elizabeth Whitton
Project Manager

Cynthia Lambert 
Public Information Manager