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HOT TOPICS, MAY 10, Mapping the Future of Central Florida Regional Mobility
Local transportation leaders guide us as we begin to "Put People First" and discuss all modes of transportation.
Details below:
11:30 Hot Topics: Planes, Trains, Automobiles & Buses, Mapping the Future - 5/10/2017

MAY 31st, Next Committee Meeting:
On May 31st we will hold our FIRST COMMITTEE WEBINAR (you can call in if it's easier)...presenting Billy Hattaway with the City of Orlando who is well respected as one of the most knowledgeable  and influential leaders on Transportation in our region.
His topic: DANGEROUS BY DESIGN: Orange County Pedestrian Death Rate Continues to be Worst in America in info to come...please put it on your calendar!

The Future of Transportation is Coming to Central Florida

The U.S. Department of Transportation announced  that Central Florida has been selected to provide a proving ground pilot site to test new automated vehicle technologies.  Click HERE for full Orlando Sentinel article.

COMPLETE STREETS...It's about more than bike lanes!

LYNX and LWVOC Meet to Discuss Options

ORLANDO -- Finding ways that LYNX can better serve Central Floridians as they travel between home and work was the focus of a meeting between the head of the transit service and members of the Orange County League of Women Voters.

The League’s Transportation Committee is evaluating how to seek community input in order to improve transportation options in Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties and ensure adequate funding.

“I do believe we can make this happen -- this has to happen,” Transportation Committee Chair Deirdre Macnab told LYNX leaders Monday (March 28) after a two-hour evening meeting at the agency’s downtown headquarters. “But first there is a lot of work to do. We need more fact finding to find out what the community wants.”

Read more about our Transportation Committee in action  HERE.  

What Does the Public Think of Funding Options? Charley Williams