Orlando installs new crosswalk on Corrine Drive to help with pedestrian, cyclist safety

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Orlando city workers and contractors have finished the latest project to keep people safe on local roads.

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Crews installed a new crosswalk on Corrine Drive on Friday.

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The crosswalk is designed to help keep pedestrians and cyclists safe.

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This also will help the city achieve its goal of zero traffic fatalities and injuries by 2040.

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When asked about pedestrian safety, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyre said “people not j-walking, not walking into traffic,” are key factors in reducing the number of deaths.

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The project is also part of the Complete Streets Vision developed in 2019.

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