GETTING BACK FOR SLAVERY AND END QUOTE. SHE SAID HER ACCOUNT WAS HACKED YESTERDAY. NEW AT 5:00, THE NUMBER OF CARS PASSING THROUGH WINTER ROADS ARE EXPECTED TO DOUBLE OVER THE NEXT TWO DECADES. ORANGE COUNTY IS GETTING AHEAD OF THE GROWTH BETWEEN COLONIAL AND THE FLORIDA TURNPIKE. HOW IT COULD BENEFIT THE DRIVERS BUT FORCE SOME FOLKS OUT OF THEIR HOMES. THIS IS THE SLOWEST TIME OF THE DAY DOWN AVALON ROAD AND THE FLORIDA TURNPIKE. DRIVERS SAY IT IS JAM-PACKED IN THE MORNINGS AND THE AFTERNOONS. NOBODY WANTS TO LET YOU GO. EVERYBODY IS IN A HOURY JUST TO GET TO A JOB OR TO PICK UP THE KIDS. TO KEEP UP WITH THE CONTINUED GROWTH IN WINTER GARDEN AND MAKE A ROAD WITH 66 CRASHES IN 3 YEARS A LOT SAFER, ORANGE COUNTY IS EXPLORING A NEW LANDSCAPE. CHANGING THE 2-LANE ROAD TO 4 WITH A WIDE RAISED MEDIAN IN THE MIDDLE. A WIDE SIDEWALK IN THE EAST AND A BIKE FOR PEDESTRIANS ON THE WEST. I REALLY THINK IT WILL HELP ESPECIALLY THE PEDESTRIANS, THERE IS NO SIDEWALK ON THE OTHER SIDE. WE GET MORE SAFETY FOR THE KIDS. DRIVERS ALL AGREE SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONE HERE. THE PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN THIS AREA ARE CONCERNED. THEIR HOUSES ARE ONLY ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, SIX, SEVEN, EIGHT STEPS AWAY FROM THE ROAD. WE ARE ALL POOR, WE JUST LIVE ON SOCIAL SECURITY. Reporter: MARY SMITH AND CLOUD BUCKLEY BOTH LIVED HERE FOR 20 YEARS. I AM WORRIED ABOUT WHERE I AM GOING TO GO. Reporter: WIDENING TO THE EAST TAKING EVER THE AREA WHERE THEY LIVE AND OTHER WIDENING TO THE WEST LEAVING THEIR HOMES ALONE. IF YOU WOULD BE KIND ENOUGH TO GIVE US A LITTLE FINANCIAL INCENTIVE TO HELP US MOVE AND HELP US FIND A PLACE THAT WE CAN AFFORD. Reporter: IF THEY PET TO STAY THEY SAY THE CHANGES WOULD BENEFIT THEIR LIFESTYLE. THANK YOU. THANK YOU. GOOD-BYE. Reporter: IN ORANGE COUNTY, CHANNEL 9, EYEWITNESS NEWS. WE ASKED ORANGE COUNTY WHAT WOULD HAPPEN WITH THE HOMES IF THE PROJECT MOVES FORWARD.