Smaller pieces of the study have been documented in various technical reports available through the links below. Market assessment (PDF, 700 KB) Transit operational analyses Operations planning technical memo (PDF, 1 MB)GTFS development (PDF, 113 KB)Memo on short-term alternatives (PDF, 272 KB) Funding program and next steps Funding program and next steps (PDF, 766 KB)
On July 17, 2018, LYNX presented to the City of Orlando District 2 community at the Prince of Peace church on SR 436 and Curry Ford Road. Click the link below to access the presentation. Prince of Peace Presentation (PDF, 7 MB)
On May 1, 2018, Kittelson & Associates, Inc. presented on behalf of LYNX at the Orlando Gateway's Connection Core Group recurring meeting. The presentation is available through the link below. Presentation (PDF, 2.2 MB)
This document summarizes a tiered process for screening potential alternatives. Identification of Alternatives (PDF, 2.9 MB) This document covers Level 1, Level 2, and the first half of Level 3 Screening (i.e., Level 3a).
This document summarizes the transit onboard survey data obtained by LYNX in July 2017. It describes the dataset used for the analysis, provides basic information about survey respondents, and describes transit travel patterns—including access, egress, and transfer activity. Onboard Survey Data Summary (PDF, 10 MB) Appendix A: Route Summaries (PDF, 2.9 MB) Appendix B: Origin-Destination Matrices (PDF, 1.4 MB)
The objective of the Traffic Impact/Access Study (TIAS) task is to document and quantify multimodal traffic conditions along SR 436—with and without the addition of proposed transit alternative(s) Traffic Impact/Access Study (PDF, 13 MB) (more…)
This briefing document summarizes the team's progress in the first six months of the study. It includes key points on the "what, why, and how" of selecting transit alternatives on SR 436. Briefing Document (11"x17" PDF, 1.4 MB) Briefing Document (8.5"x11" PDF, 1.1 MB)