The Maitland Transportation Engineer is responsible for transportation related movements in the City with regard to automobiles, pedestrians, bicycles/bike paths, rail systems and bus routes. The objective is to coordinate these facilities into an integrated system that best serves the citizens of Maitland. In coordinating this broad spectrum of responsibility, the Transportation Engineer also has City specific responsibilities. Including liaison with Transportation Advisory Board; liaison with MetroPlan Orlando for transportation planning issues; Central Florida Commuter Rail Technical Advisory Committee liaison; liaison with design consultants for Maitland Quality Neighborhood Programs; coordination with Florida Department of Transportation; coordination with Orange and Seminole Counties on common transportation issues; coordination with adjacent cities of Altamonte Springs, Eatonville, and Winter Park on common transportation issues; administer the Neighborhood Sidewalk Program; administer Right-of-Way Utilization permit process; review building and development permit applications; conduct traffic analyses; and coordinates with the citizens.
Sybelia Parkway Development Aerial Model [PDF Format]
Existing Bike Trail Map [PDF Format]
Proposed Bike Trail Map [PDF Format]
Petition for Right-of-Way/Utility Easement Abandonment [PDF Format]
Right-of-Way Utilization Permit [PDF Format]
Application for Sign or Traffic Calming Device Review [PDF Format]
The City Engineer handles all project management for City Capital Projects through plan review and field engineering. Along with support for streets, drainage, and other Public Works projects and programs ensuring technical competence with all current codes and criteria.