The Orlando Bicycle Beltway is a proposed 8.5 mile loop trail that will serve the ever increasing population of Downtown Orlando and provide an alternative transportation network to accommodate cyclists of all ages.
The beltway project is an important infrastructure upgrade as the city has seen continual growth in active transportation needs of residents. On average, over 200,000 trips are taken each month along the city's trail network.
Winding through the Central Business District, the beltway will connect the existing Bumby Path, Cady Way Trail, Gertrude’s Walk, Orlando Urban Trail and Lake Underhill Path.
Currently, there are five gaps in the trail network and the beltway project will close each of those gaps. The bicycle beltway consists of the following five trail gap projects: