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Learn About Packing District Enhancement Plans for Orange Blossom Trail and Princeton at Meeting

Representatives from the City of Orlando and the Florida Department of Transportation will share plans for the roadway improvements along segments of Princeton Street and Orange Blossom Trail at a public meeting Wednesday February 26th starting at 5:30pm at the Northwest Neighborhood Center, 3955 W D Judge Drive (MAP).


Princeton and Orange Blossom Trail are the two higher capacity streets that connect through The Packing District to the wider community.

During the meeting, project team members will discuss the proposed enhancements and share how the redesign will incorporate 'Complete Streets' improvements which are aimed at promoting accessibility and improving safety for users including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, and transit riders of all ages and abilities.


These improvements include the installation of on-street parking, six-foot-wide sidewalks and separated bicycle lanes, right-sized vehicular lanes, corner bulb-outs, wide ground-floor active areas, and multi-use paths.



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  2. Packing District's Orlando Tennis Center Plans Goes Before City's MPB

  3. The Cannery at The Packing District Breaks Ground



Note: The images below are conceptual and subject to proper planning and permitting review and to the conditions of approval within the Packing District Municipal Planning Board report.






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