Tradeshow Boulevard

Roadway Conceptual Analysis

Description

Tradeshow Boulevard, from Destination Parkway to Universal Boulevard, will have four general use lanes, and two transit lanes. The project will also include shared-use paths on both sides, roadway lighting, and median landscaping.

Purpose

In 2019, Orange County initiated the International Drive (I-Drive) Transit Feasibility and Alternative Technology Assessment (TFATA) to analyze the potential of implementing a premium transit service within the I-Drive District. Included as part of the TFATA is an evaluation of the potential to implement improvements to Tradeshow Boulevard, to include the addition of vehicular travel lanes and transit lanes between Destination Parkway and Universal Boulevard. Kirkman Road is being extended south of Sand Lake Road and ends at the intersection of Tradeshow Boulevard and Universal Boulevard. The road was designed as a six-lane general use roadway with two dedicated transit lanes. The existing two-lane Tradeshow Boulevard will be over capacity once the Kirkman Road improvements are completed.

Status

The project will be starting design in summer 2022.

Contact Us

Roberto Ng, P.E., Senior Engineer
Orange County Public Works
4200 S. John Young Parkway
Orlando FL 32839
Phone: 407-836-8067
Fax: (407) 836-8024
Email: Roberto.Ng@ocfl.net


En Español:


Aneysha M. Serrano Santos, Project Engineer
4200 S. John Young Parkway
Orlando, FL 32839
Phone: 407-836-8008
Fax: 407-836-8024
Email: Aneysha.SerranoSantos@ocfl.net


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