Getting Amazon.com Inc. to build its second headquarters in Orlandowould be big boost for Central Florida’s technology industry. However, there’s a few things Orlando needs to improve on to really grab Amazon’s attention.
Amazon laid out its preferences, core preferences and space requirementson its eight-page request for proposals for states and cities to compete for the second headquarters. And while Orlando may shine in some categories, tech leaders said transit is one area that needs help — and that’s a big deal for Amazon. Access to mass transit such as rail, train, subway/metro and bus routes at site is one of the core preferences.