|Construction Cost:||$8.9 Million|
The purpose of this project is to transform Robinson Street (State Road (S.R.) 526) from Hughey Avenue to Mills Avenue in Orlando to create a safer roadway for all users. Developed from a Robinson Street Corridor Study, the project is changing the roadway to provide one travel lane in each direction and a two-way cycle track on the south side of the roadway from Hughey Avenue to Rosalind Avenue. From Rosalind Avenue to Hyer Avenue, the two travel lanes will be separated by a raised median with openings for left turns. Between Hyer Avenue and Mills Avenue, the two travel lanes will be separated by a two-way left turn lane with short, raised medians in some locations.
The intersection of Robinson Street and Broadway Avenue will also be raised to help encourage safer driving speeds.
These changes will improve connectivity for cyclists, create a safer environment for pedestrians with improved crossings and lower speeds that encourage safer driving practices, as well as help to transform Robinson Street into a neighborhood street that provides a safe space for all users.
|Design Project Manager|
Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI Southeast, Inc.)