prfsc

New text

prfsclogo
2021jpeg

PRFSC  Making Poinciana A Better Place to Live

Poinciana sign
extra

Judge us not by what we say but what we do. Measure us by our accomplichments

Metroplan

Metroplan Orlando is the agency responsible for the long term transportation planning to meet the needs of Poinciana and the Central Florida area.

In 2021 they conducted a survey to learn more about what the public thinks about the future transportation needs of the area. You may view that survey by clicking on the link below

Poinciana Parkway Picture

Poinciana is featured on Orlando TV local news featuring some of the worst traffic problems in the area and what is being done about it

Beginning as soon as February 2021 the Central Florida Expressway Authority (CFX) will be widening SR 538/Poinciana Parkway from Ronald Reagan Parkway to County Road 580/Cypress Parkway.

 

Poinciana Toll Road Projects Continue in spite of the COVID-19 virus

imag005

Between the Central Florida Expressway Authority and two counties in spite of the Pandemic road projects to help the Poinciana traffic situation continue to make progress. These include the following projects:

Poinciana Parkway Expansion

Poinciana Parkway Extension

Southport Connector

CR 532 and I4 Intersection improvements

Many more

Based on the information provided by CFX at their June 16 meeting described below Keith Laytham has put together a draft recommendation for the location of on/off slip ramps for Poinciana local traffic to gain access the the toll express lanes on the Cypress Parkway portion of the project.

The recommendation shows the potential for a significant improvement for the Poinciana local traffic situation if this project is approved to move forward.  The draft recommendation may be viewed by clicking below.

Feedback on this draft proposal may be directed to [email protected]

Poinciana Roads Meeting Presented by CFX was held June 16, 2021

Meeting Flyer

On the evening of June 16,2021 representatives of the Central Florida Expressway Authority were the guests of PRFSC to present the status of CFX toll road projects to the community. The session was hosted on Zoom and the public was invited to attend. There was plenty of room within the Zoom license restriction to accommodate everyone from the public who wished to attend.

The two hour session was presented in two parts. The first portion lasting about 40 minutes presented the status of the Southport Connector, Poinciana Parkway Widening, Poinciana Parkway Extension and Osceola CR 532 expansion projects. The YouTube video of the presentations may be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gziveLJYRqU 

The second part of the presentation lasting about an hour and 20 minutes consisted of the CFX team answering the questions. The first set of questions was those submitted before the meeting. The second set of questions was those asked by the audience attending the meeting. All the questions that were asked were answered by CFX the best that they could at this stage of the project. The YouTube Video of the question and answer session may be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yKhdwkW5z0

 

PRFSC would like to thank all members of the CFX team who attended and presented at the meeting. We would also like to thank everyone who took time out of their schedule to attend the meeting.

Each of these projects is in different stages of completion. The Southport Connector project in particular has raised a lot of questions from the community. CFX did the best they could at this time to answer the questions. As the study proceeds they hope to be able to provide better answers to those questions that have been asked and to accept input and additional questions from the community.

prfsc-trademark

Website Last Updated  July 20, 2021

logo

Polk's Citrus Connection public transit announces its largest expansion in nearly 20 years including link to Poinciana SunRail Station

IMG_0164
osner park Sunrail

Polk County Citrus Connection takes of Polk Poinciana Bus routes operations

Polk County Citrus Connection  (http://ridecitrus.com/ ) takes over Polk Poinciana Bus Routes.  The neighborhood 603 pick-up buses that used to be run by Lynx now provide the same service using the smaller Citrus Connection 603 buses.

The Haines City Bus route is now called 16X.

More can be learned by checking their web site or by contacting them at 855-765-5287 to check schedules or schedule a bus pickup.

Poinciana Great American Cleanup

PRFSC wants to thank all the kids and volunteers who gave up their Saturday morning March 6,2021 to serve the Poinciana Community

Group Picture2