The Downtown Loop will provide residents with a car-free option to access shopping, dining, entertainment, parks, offices and services throughout the greater downtown Orlando area.
Comprised of 8.5 miles of continuous and 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 four gap projects currently in design or under construction to complete the Downtown Loop. The entire project is estimated to be completed by 2024.
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 Gap Project – completes the segment from Gertrude’s Walk to Anderson Street via Pine Street, Eola Drive, South Street and Summerlin Avenue
Downtown Connector Trail – completes the segment from Summerlin Avenue to the Lake Underhill Path, on the south side of Anderson Street