Orlando, FL could see driverless buses, more gardens in green future

elf-driving electric buses, expanded urban gardens and low-cost car-sharing programs could all be on the horizon in Orlando.

These are just several of dozens of green-focused ideas city officials are seeking feedback on in a survey sent out last week.

Orlando is updating its Community Action Plan, which acts as a road map in outlining its strategies for “sustainability,” defined as ways to carry out environmentally friendly policies and programs.

“Some are practical … some are rather visionary,” said task force co-chair Linda Ferrone, a vice president at the Orlando Utilities Commission. “We want to get an idea of how visionary the citizens of Orlando want us to be.