The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is conducting a Concept Development Study on the Robinson Street Corridor between Hughey Avenue and Maguire Boulevard in the City of Orlando. This study is being undertaken by the FDOT in partnership with the City of Orlando.
In the Spring of 2017, FDOT completed a planning study for the Robinson corridor, with broad input from corridor stakeholders and the public. The planning study identified and evaluated a full range of strategies to address multimodal safety and mobility along Robinson Street. The preferred alternatives identified in the planning study address the varying needs of each of the four character districts along the corridor; these are the Central Business District (CBD), Lake Eola, Neighborhood, and Milk district. [The corridor planning study final report and executive summary can be found in the list of documents below.]
This concept development study will include further engineering analysis of the potential alternatives previously identified and will determine the best solution that may be advanced for design and construction. [Design and construction phases for Robinson Street are currently not funded.]
Project Schedule – The concept development study kicked off in the summer of 2017 and will continue through the fall of 2018. A public workshop to further solicit input on the conceptual alternatives will be conducted in late Fall of 2017. [The project schedule can be found in the list of documents below.]
Project Visioning Team (PVT) - The Robinson Street Corridor Study PVT will continue to provide input and review the study’s key deliverables. The PVT is made up of representatives from the City of Orlando, LYNX, MetroPlan Orlando, and FDOT.
Community Liaison Group (CLG) - In addition to the PVT, the Robinson Street Corridor Study will continue to work with a Community Liaison Group (CLG). The purpose of this group is to provide communication channel between the project study team and the broader stakeholder community. The CLG includes representatives from major employers, institutions, neighborhood associations, and community groups.