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Orlando Off-Peak Freight Delivery Pilot Project
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In 2013, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Office of Freight Management and Operations, in partnership with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), established a Cooperative Agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District Five, to commence a freight logistics pilot project in Orlando, Florida that measures the impacts and outcomes of implementing goods movement and delivery programs in the off-hour time of day in an urban area with growing congestion problems. The Orlando Off-Hours Freight Delivery Pilot Project examines the local and regional benefits of capitalizing on available capacity during off-peak hours of the day for a major healthcare facility, Orlando Health. The nature of the project, moving trucks to outside normal business hours, is a form of traffic demand management that provides a low cost solution that can reduce congestion, improve freight flows, and have positive impacts on air quality, sustainability and livability of an urban area.

 

Please take a look at the materials and information in the Document Library from the Off-Hours Freight Delivery Pilot Project Peer Exchange, held June 21st and June 22nd at the FDOT Urban Office!

 

This portal will serve as a repository for important project information including maps, brochures, and the final report. If you have any questions, please contact the FDOT D5 Project Manager, John Zielinski at john.zielinski@dot.state.fl.us.

 

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