Operation Best Foot Forward – citations, special guests and more Operation Best Foot Forward – citations, special guests and more
Operation BFF kicks off Wednesday Operation BFF kicks off Wednesday
New cycle tracks near Brookshire Elementary a hit New cycle tracks near Brookshire Elementary a hit
It’s all about Back-to-School tips It’s all about Back-to-School tips
News To Use Momentum Magazine: Federal Highway Administration Wants Us to Build Bike Lanes

Momentum Magazine: Federal Highway Administration Wants Us to Build Bike Lanes

The United States Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration not only supports bicycle and pedestrian funding and infrastructure but is also clearing up any misconceptions there may be about design and funding. For the report, release Aug. 20, 2015, click here. And check out the story below from Momentum Magazine […]

Community Events Begin easing into fall with the Camp Boggy Creek Challenge Ride

Begin easing into fall with the Camp Boggy Creek Challenge Ride

Cooler weather, football season, and pumpkin everything – it’s almost time. The fall equinox doesn’t happen until September 23rd, but you can start easing into the season with the Camp Boggy Creek Challenge Ride in Lake County on September 12, 2015. The ride features routes of 40 and 60 miles, […]

People On Foot Operation Best Foot Forward: TV, media values = $112,188

Operation Best Foot Forward: TV, media values = $112,188

The media was out in full force for Operation Best Foot Forward on Aug. 26 with Back to School safety tips (check out WESH’s segment), and coverage from TV stations and print/digital media, WESH, WKMG, WFTV, Fox35, News13, Orlando Sentinel, HobNob Orlando, Magic 1077 and Mayor Dyer’s blog. All that […]

People On Bikes Florida ranks highest in bicycle deaths

Florida ranks highest in bicycle deaths

Florida is ranked No. 1 – and this ranking, the state with the highest rate of bicycle deaths, is not a ranking the state should be proud of. A report released in August by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that Florida has the highest rate of bicycling […]

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Operation Best Foot Forward gets social
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Operation Best Foot Forward gets social

Best Foot Forward is making impressions – one person at a time on its social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter. BFF earned 208,626 impressions – the number of people on social media who viewed August’s Operation Best Foot Forward coverage. And we had a few favorite social media posts and […]

A new perspective on ped’s safety
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A new perspective on ped’s safety

By Kellie Woods, BWCF/BFF intern Having lived in Orlando for close to three years now, I have always just assumed that defensive driving was the rule of the road. Now, after witnessing Operation Best Foot Forward with Best Foot Forward, I have a whole new perspective on pedestrians’ safety and […]

The City of Orlando gets Complete – Streets, that is
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The City of Orlando gets Complete – Streets, that is

To become a world-class city, the City of Orlando is working to become more “complete” – with an addition of a Complete Streets policy that will help ensure that roads that are repainted and redesigned are done so with bicyclists, pedestrians, drivers, and transit users in mind. Next month, the City of Orlando will review […]

Reflective crosswalks on Washington Street
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Reflective crosswalks on Washington Street

When you’re driving down E. Washington Street near Thornton Park, you may notice the crosswalk at N. Summerlin Avenue, or you should! The City of Orlando recently placed reflective pavement markers at the approaches to the crosswalk. The reflective markers, which are visible during inclement weather and at night, are common […]

Orlando Sentinel: Florida’s bike paths to get $25 million annually
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Orlando Sentinel: Florida’s bike paths to get $25 million annually

Gov. Rick Scott was in a cutting mood after the state Legislature passed a $78 billion budget earlier this year, but one $25 million line item escaped his veto. Senate President Andy Gardiner inserted a change into how vehicle-registration fees are spent and siphoned off $25 million annually for what […]