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News To Use Orlando Sentinel: County, UCF deal should mean students cross safer roads

Orlando Sentinel: County, UCF deal should mean students cross safer roads

Beth Kassab, an Orlando Sentinel columnist, has been pushing for safer streets around UCF for years. Recently, the Orange County Commission and UCF reached a final plan to invest $9 million in improvements such as new mid-block crosswalks, brighter lighting and wider sidewalks. This is a huge deal, but more […]

Community Events Robinson Street swaps cars for people biking, walking

Robinson Street swaps cars for people biking, walking

BWCF joined the fun at Orlando’s Ciclovia on December 4th, where people crowded Robinson Street in Downtown Orlando for a celebration of all things biking. Instead of cars, the street was filled with vendors, people biking, and games. The Orlando Sentinel’s Ryan Gillespie connected with BWCF at the event, where we […]

People On Foot Orange County boosts walkability on Americana Boulevard

Orange County boosts walkability on Americana Boulevard

Huge thank you to Orange County for installing pedestrian safety enhancements on Americana Boulevard. Road design is a huge part of pedestrian safety – the Engineering in our Triple E approach. Now, let’s work together to educate walkers and drivers about the importance of following crosswalk laws. Check out details […]

People On Bikes Should bus lanes be shared with people biking in Orlando?

Should bus lanes be shared with people biking in Orlando?

Orlando has come a long way in accommodating cycling, adding bike lanes and paths throughout the city and providing public property for a growing bike-share program. Now, an editorial in the Orlando Sentinel is calling for bus-only lanes in downtown to share space with cyclists.  Lynx, which operates buses in […]

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Smart Growth America releases Dangerous by Design 2016

Smart Growth America has released Dangerous by Design 2016, the fourth edition of a ranking of the most dangerous U.S. metro areas for pedestrians. While the report showed pedestrian fatalities remain an alarming epidemic, it offered some good news for Americans who travel on foot.  “More than 1,200 Complete Streets […]

Orange County boosts walkability on Americana Boulevard
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Orange County boosts walkability on Americana Boulevard

Huge thank you to Orange County for installing pedestrian safety enhancements on Americana Boulevard. Road design is a huge part of pedestrian safety – the Engineering in our Triple E approach. Now, let’s work together to educate walkers and drivers about the importance of following crosswalk laws. Check out details […]

Orlando Sentinel: County, UCF deal should mean students cross safer roads
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Orlando Sentinel: County, UCF deal should mean students cross safer roads

Beth Kassab, an Orlando Sentinel columnist, has been pushing for safer streets around UCF for years. Recently, the Orange County Commission and UCF reached a final plan to invest $9 million in improvements such as new mid-block crosswalks, brighter lighting and wider sidewalks. This is a huge deal, but more […]

Robinson Street swaps cars for people biking, walking
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Robinson Street swaps cars for people biking, walking

BWCF joined the fun at Orlando’s Ciclovia on December 4th, where people crowded Robinson Street in Downtown Orlando for a celebration of all things biking. Instead of cars, the street was filled with vendors, people biking, and games. The Orlando Sentinel’s Ryan Gillespie connected with BWCF at the event, where we […]

Should bus lanes be shared with people biking in Orlando?
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Should bus lanes be shared with people biking in Orlando?

Orlando has come a long way in accommodating cycling, adding bike lanes and paths throughout the city and providing public property for a growing bike-share program. Now, an editorial in the Orlando Sentinel is calling for bus-only lanes in downtown to share space with cyclists.  Lynx, which operates buses in […]