BWCF Supports Cycle Tracks on Cady Way By Brookshire Elementary BWCF Supports Cycle Tracks on Cady Way By Brookshire Elementary
Amanda Day: Orlando roads need to be more bike, walker friendly Amanda Day: Orlando roads need to be more bike, walker friendly
Orlando Sentinel’s Scott Maxwell: 15 People Worth Watching in 2015…The Sequel Orlando Sentinel’s Scott Maxwell:  15 People Worth Watching in 2015…The Sequel
Why I Walk: Free Event on Jan. 14, 2015 Why I Walk: Free Event on Jan. 14, 2015
Chapter News MetroPlan Orlando Releases Top Intersections in Central Florida for Crashes

MetroPlan Orlando Releases Top Intersections in Central Florida for Crashes

Top 15 Intersections for Bicycle Crashes in Orange County Intersection City Bicyclist Injuries UNIVERSITY BLVD & FORSYTH RD Unincorporated 13 SR436 & CURRY FORD RD Orlando 10 ORANGE BLOSSOM TRL & AMERICANA BLVD Unincorporated 7 CONWAY RD S & CURRY FORD RD Orlando 7 GOLDENROD RD & PERSHING AVE Unincorporated […]

Community Events Why I Walk: Free Event on Jan. 14, 2015

Why I Walk: Free Event on Jan. 14, 2015

We all see them – those people biking and walking to work, the store, the bank, and everywhere in-between. They’re not doing it because they have to, they do it because they want to! Curious about living the healthier lifestyle of a car-free commute? Head over to Canvs for this […]

Pedestrian Program Orlando Sentinel’s Scott Maxwell:  15 People Worth Watching in 2015…The Sequel

Orlando Sentinel’s Scott Maxwell: 15 People Worth Watching in 2015…The Sequel

People Worth Watching in 2015? Try PEDS.  Why? Because drivers colliding with PEDS or PEDS darting in front of cars has become second nature in Central Florida.  Orlando Sentinel‘s Scott Maxwell agrees and calls on leaders – and you and me – to take a stand for safe streets 2015. See […]

Future Destinations CNU Florida Summit: Registration Now Open!

CNU Florida Summit: Registration Now Open!

The urbanites are coming!  The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) will host their first-ever Summit on February 19-20 in Orlando.  Eliza Harris, CNU Florida Orlando Representative and Bike/Walk Central Florida Board Member, said  “Part of the program will highlight Downtown Orlando over the last decade, and we will also have experts […]

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Orlando Sentinel – Letters: New Trails Good News For Healthier Residents
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Orlando Sentinel – Letters: New Trails Good News For Healthier Residents

One Orlando resident gets it – the local trails are useful in so many ways, but one of those ways is as an outlet for community members to get outdoors in a safe environment for some exercise! Family bike rides, romantic weekend strolls – the possibilities are endless. Check out […]

JCC Encourages Cycling with New Bike Racks
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JCC Encourages Cycling with New Bike Racks

Shout out to David Wayne, Executive Director at the JCC, and Robby Etzkin, Assistant Director, for installing new bike racks at the Jewish Community Center in Maitland.  They know the importance of bikes to community health and fitness, which is also a central part of the JCC’s mission.  Purposely installed […]

Multi-Modal is A MUST For The Orange Avenue Corridor
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Multi-Modal is A MUST For The Orange Avenue Corridor

A sizeable crowd gathered in late October at the Comfort Inn on Sand Lake Road to hear from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and Orange County about the plans to improve multi-modal travel along the Orange Avenue corridor – from Sand Lake Road to Hoffner Road, touching parts of […]

Winter Park High is on a Roll
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Winter Park High is on a Roll

Students at Winter Park High School are going above and beyond by implementing a bike share program that reminds everyone that biking is great exercise. Meg Pietkiewicz, a teacher at WPHS, believed that having a bike share program would benefit students that needed a ride home or to get some exercise.  […]

Town of Eatonville: Three Times the Sole
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Town of Eatonville: Three Times the Sole

Which community has the most sole? Winter Park, Maitland, or Eatonville? The three mayors asked and received their answer at Healthy Central Florida’s Third Annual Mayors’ Sole Challenge.  The winner? Eatonville!  They took the top spot because they had the highest percentage of people (based on population) in attendance. The prize – […]