Tiny Road

Roadway Conceptual Analysis


Orange County Government is conducting a Roadway Conceptual Analysis (RCA) Study for a segment of Tiny Road. The segment to be studied is from Tilden Road to the Bridgewater Middle School southern property line, a length of approximately two miles.


The purpose of the study is to assess and recommend roadway improvements anticipated to improve traffic flow and safety in the area. The study considers the social and environmental impacts of adding travel lanes and other features such as, but not limited to, drainage, a multi-use path and sidewalk, raised medians, lighting and intersection improvements.


The study is anticipated to begin in Fall 2020 and is expected to be complete within 2021.

Public Involvement

The County will hold two community meetings, a local planning agency (LPA) hearing, and a Board of County Commissioners (BCC) hearing for the study. Additionally, the County may hold informational meetings for small groups if requested. The meetings and hearings will be conducted via the World Wide Web or, as appropriate, in person, in-line with County policy and the informational, health and safety needs of the community.

The first community meeting is tentatively scheduled for Spring 2021. At this meeting, the County will present and receive comments on a range of mobility and improvement options that could be applied to the corridor. The second community meeting is tentatively scheduled for fall 2021. The purpose of the second meeting is to present the study recommendation of the preferred improvement alternative to the public for review and comment prior to the presentation to the local planning agency and Board of County Commissioners.

The local planning agency and the BCC hearings are anticipated to be conducted shortly after the second community meeting. At these hearings, the County staff will present the study’s final recommendations for consideration and approval by the County.

Each community meeting and hearing will be advertised at least two (2) weeks before each date through the study newsletter (mailings and emails), newspaper advertisements (Orlando Sentinel and El Sentinel), study website and County press releases.

Contact Us

Gregory A. Scott, PMP, AICP, Project Manager
Transportation Planning Division
Orange County Community, Environmental and Development Services Department
4200 S. John Young Parkway
Orlando FL 32802-1393

Phone: 407-341-3061
Email: Gregory.Scott@ocfl.net

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