March Operations Remind Drivers to Stop for Pedestrians While Reports Emphasize the Dangers in Region for People Walking
As two major reports in March again named Central Florida the most dangerous region in…
The City of Orlando is installing pedestrian and bike counters throughout town as part of its initiative to track pedestrian and cyclists’ habits. The city first tracked the Lake Eola Path and Urban Trail in June-July – which counted a total of 90,051 people – and this time around tracked Lake Baldwin and Cady Way Trail.
So why’s this so important – well, it sets a baseline. The data gathered from the program will be used to understand existing transportation corridors, trails, parks and provides a more comprehensive look at the city’s transportation model.