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Current Transportation Projects, Programs, and Events
Welcome to! Visit this page often to find out about current transportation projects, programs, and events in the City of Casselberry, including roadways, sidewalks, trails, other bicycle/pedestrian improvements, and transit. Check out the links below to find out more information on specific projects, programs, and events:

  • Carriage Hill to Casselberry Greenway Trail Connection Open -  This small trail connection is completed and open. It provides a direct link from Carriage Hill Drive to the Casselberry Greenway Trail. It also features the City's first raised crosswalk installation. Landscape and irrigation improvements to the property will be completed later this year as part of a separate project.
  • Sunset Drive Livable Street Improvements – This project is slated to received federal funding for design later in 2018. It will include complete-street oriented improvements such as wider sidewalks and narrower travel lanes. Feel free to send questions or comments to the City Engineer, Kelly Brock, at or (407) 262-7725 ext 1235. Please send comments no later than January 31, 2018, so that they can be considered in the final design scope for the project.
  • Complete Streets Policy and Design Guidelines – The City of Casselberry adopted a Complete Streets Policy and Design Guidelines in 2016 to encourage roads to be designed and built to accommodate all users of all ages and abilities. Please click here  to view the full Policy.
  • North Oxford Road Complete Street Improvements – Construction of this project is completed.  Click here for a poster highlighting the project's features. 
  • Queens Mirror, Quail Pond, & Southcot Projects Design Update - A City Commission workshop to discuss these three transportation projects was held on August 14, 2017. Design of the projects is continuing, incorporating guidance from the City Commission. Click here to view the presentation from the June 20, 2017 public workshop for these projects.
  • Casselberry Greenway Trail Map Click the link for an updated map of the completed Casselberry Greenway Trail and existing nearby bike-friendly streets.
  • Bike 5 Cities – Want to ride the 28 mile route featured in the 2017 Bike 5 Cities event? Click here for maps of this and other local routes! 
  • Connecting Casselberry: The Casselberry Multimodal Transportation Master Plan -The City of Casselberry has adopted a Master Plan to shape the next 10 years of local transportation projects, including roads, sidewalks, and trails in the City. The Plan also addresses Complete Streets Policy and Sustainability Policy. Click here.

  • Let us know where you’re bicycling! Help Casselberry and Metroplan Orlando gather more statistical information on cycling in central Florida. Please download the free STRAVA app and use it anytime you bike. Click here for more information.

  • Shared Lane Marking Installation – Various Areas – The City has been installing “sharrows” on various roads in the City as a bicycling improvement - click here for important details.

  • COMING SOON! Casselton Drive Improvements – The City of Casselberry is proposing significant improvements to Casselton Drive (located near the southern border of the City off of SR 436). This project will increase greenspace, reduce on-street parking, reduce asphalt area, and improve sidewalks, pedestrian safety features, drainage, and utilities. It is anticipated design of the project will be completed in early 2018. Construction is anticipated to begin in mid 2018. Please direct any questions to the City Engineer, Kelly Brock, at or (407) 262-7725 ext. 1235. Click here for a copy of the public workshop presentation from September 2015. Check back at for future project updates.

  • Concord Drive Improvements – The City is designing road, drainage, utility, and sidewalk improvements for Concord Drive, including outfall improvements to Lake Lotus to help reduce flood potential. It is anticipated design will be completed by mid 2018. Construction is anticipated to begin sometime in 2018. Check back for updates.

  • LYNX SR 436 Study – Help us improve SR 436! LYNX, along with several City and County partners, is conducting a study on SR 436 to improve transit, bicycle, and pedestrian features. Visit to find out more.
  • SR 436 (17-92 to Wilshire) Concept Development This FDOT study is building on the previous planning efforts of the SR 436 Corridor Planning Study, which identified a range of roadway improvements. The study limits are for the section of SR 436 from US 17-92 to Wilshire Drive, a distance of approximately one mile. This next phase, the Concept Development Study, is further refining the roadway improvements and detailing the impacts. Find out more at the project website:

  • I-4 Ultimate Improvement Project Underway – This is a large scale, multiyear FDOT project that will reconstruct 21 miles of I-4, from southwest of Kirkman Rd to northeast of SR 434. It will have a regional impact on traffic. Visit for information and updates.  

  •  Casselberry Named One of the Nation's Best Workplaces for Commuters – Click here to find out more information on this and other sustainability awards the City has received.

  • Non-discrimination Policy - The City of Casselberry does not tolerate discrimination in any of its programs, services or activities. Click here for a copy of the the City's Non-discrimination Policy.

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Please contact the City Engineer at (407) 262-7725 ext. 1235 or should you have any project questions not addressed above.


  • Queens Mirror Circle To Be Closed at bridge on February 14, 2018 -  Queens Mirror Circle will be completely closed at the bridge next to 507, 509, 520 and 522 Queens Mirror Circle from 7AM to 7PM on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. It is anticipated the road will reopen by 7PM. No residential driveways will be impacted, but some residents may need to alter how they travel to/from their homes. Detour signage will be placed directing vehicles around the closure via S Winter Park Dr. Click here for a detour map.

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