Orange County has initiated a traffic operational study in east Orange County. The study area is bounded by Colonial Drive (SR 50) to the south, Seminole County Line to the north, Alafaya Trail (SR 434) to the west and Chuluota Road to the east. The study will include:

  • Vehicular, Pedestrian and Bicycle data collection
  • Identifying origin/destination travel patterns
  • Existing conditions analysis
  • Transportation modelling
  • Future year traffic forecasts
  • Future year 2040 transportation needs plan
  • Environmental analysis
  • Public Involvement Plan
  • Coordination Meetings


East Orange County will face significant transportation mobility challenges in the coming years. Demand for many of the area roadways are exceeding the capacity of the facilities. The main objective of this study is to identify and analyze potential transportation projects that would improve network connectivity and provide relief to constrained corridors. The study shall develop a prioritized list of regional roadway improvements as well as intersection improvements, transit, pedestrian, and bicycle enhancements.

The technical traffic analysis of the northeast region of the County will provide valuable information in the determination of transportation travel patterns and network deficiencies through the collection and model analysis of traffic data which will enhance the transportation mobility in East Orange County and UCF area

The study plan will serve in the short term as a guide for capital improvement expenditures and in the long term as a basis for coordination between future land use and the area’s transportation needs


Negotiation phase is taking place between Orange County and the Consultant in order to give an order to proceed

Public Involvement

Public Involvement Plan (PIP) will be prepared to inform and involve the citizens of the County, appropriate state and local agencies and responsible appointed and elected public officials in the project planning, review and approval process.

Contact Us

Hatem A. Abou-Senna, PhD., P.E.
Orange County Planning, Environmental and
Development Services (PEDS) Department
4200 S. John Young Parkway
Orlando FL 32839

Phone: 407-836-8023

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