Our video gallery offers several ways to learn about transportation planning and also lets us capture voices and images of Central Floridians as they share their transportation stories. Take a look at these examples. For more transportation videos, visit our YouTube page.
2021 Regional Transportation Survey
Transportation is essential to Central Floridians seeking jobs, medical care, community services and education. The 2021 Regional Transportation Survey is your chance to speak out on a number of topics, including transportation challenges, technology, and safety. It will help us learn more about the region’s needs, so we can determine how to best accommodate everyone and plan into the future.
2045 Plan Safety Video
Safety is a priority for MetroPlan Orlando’s year 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan. This video discusses how the 2045 Plan approaches safety for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and drivers.
Healthy Mobility and Planning
Healthy mobility and planning go hand in hand. Communities that are designed to promote active transportation can improve community health.
Transportation Youth Activity Books
Our transportation youth activity books, which are geared toward younger kids, have proved popular. If you would like some for your children or to share with a group, we will provide them free of charge.
Please contact us at MTP@MetroPlanOrlando.org .
We Need Your Help #2045
From community presentations to local events, we have been busy doing outreach into our tri-county region asking residents what types of transportation they would like to see in the year 2045. This snapshot highlights our outreach from November 2019 - January 2020. The video shows our engagement with some of the groups we have visited and showcases some of the products we have produced like our 2045 MTP brochures and youth activity books.
2045 MTP – Outreach Has Begun!
Community outreach for the 2045 Plan has begun! We recap some of the first events we attended and presentations we gave as we begin our outreach in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties to engage with the public and see how they want transportation to be in the future.
Bike To Work Day with City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer
What a turnout it was at the Bike To Work Day event with City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. Several organizations strapped on their helmets, put on their team shirts and hopped on a bike to join in on the bike ride that started at Loch Haven Park and ended at Orlando City Hall. An impressive 215 bike riders participated today, as the City of Orlando celebrated it's 20th year hosting this community bike ride through Downtown Orlando.
National Blind Americans Equality Day
Navigating your environment without being able to see is something people with normal vision are not used to. We celebrated National Blind Americans Equality Day with other local Central Florida organizations at an annual event and resource fair in an effort to raise awareness of the White Cane Safety Law and for basic pedestrian rights of those who are visually impaired. Blind-folded and assisted by guides across a busy intersection in Downtown Orlando, provided some of the attendees a glimpse into a life without sight.
Tools visually impaired people use to navigate the world without sight
National Blind Americans Equality Day is a holiday that celebrates people who are blind or visually impaired, and the many contributions they have enriched our communities with. This holiday was originally known as White Cane Safety Day, specifically created to build awareness for the white cane as a symbol of independence and support for basic pedestrian safety.
Marilyn and Karolyn share some insight into their everyday travels and the tools that help them navigate their environments. They also explain some of the common misconceptions people with full vision have about the blind community.
Seminole County Best Foot Forward Launch
Engineering, education and enforcement. The “Triple E” approach is now being implemented in Seminole County, as we seek to reduce the number of driver-versus-pedestrian crashes. Safety is always the top priority.