The Downtown Loop is a multiuse trail project, that when finished, will create a 8.5 mile loop through the greater downtown Orlando area and will provide residents with a car-free option to access shopping, dining, entertainment, parks, offices and services. Made up of primarily off-street bikeways, the Downtown Loop will encompass more than a dozen neighborhoods and connect to the Orlando Urban Trail, Gertrude’s Walk, Lake Underhill Path, Bumby Path and Cady Way Trail.
There are three ongoing construction projects that will close most of the remaining gaps in the planned Downtown Loop. These projects will be completed by early 2023.
Orlando Urban Trail Gap Project – completes the segment between the Colonial Drive Overpass at Orange Avenue and Magnolia Avenue at Weber Street
Gertrude’s Walk Phase 4 Project – completes the segment along Gertrude’s Walk from Livingston Street to Jefferson Street
Downtown Connector Trail – completes the segment from Summerlin Avenue to the Lake Underhill Path, on the south side of Anderson Street
The last couple miles of the Downtown Loop are currently in design and will add a mix of sidewalk level and street level cycle tracks and wide sidewalks along portions of Washington Street, Magnolia Avenue, Pine Street, Eola Drive and Summerlin Avenue.
Public Meeting - March 10, 2022
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