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On foot, at risk: PED deaths up 46%, according to report
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On foot, at risk: PED deaths up 46%, according to report

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) just released its latest status report – On foot, at risk – and, spoiler alert: it’s not good news. The number of people killed while walking has increased 46% since 2009, a staggering jump that is not all too shocking to anyone who […]

Bike 5 Cities, with support from sponsors, rolls through second year
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Bike 5 Cities, with support from sponsors, rolls through second year

Bicycling enthusiasts and many beginners to the sport rolled out of Mead Botanical Garden Saturday morning for Bike/Walk Central Florida’s second annual Bike 5 Cities ride, presented by FDOT’s Alert Today Alive Tomorrow. The ride was envisioned to show people where they can comfortably ride through the heart of five […]

Orange County invites bids to help slow down drivers
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Orange County invites bids to help slow down drivers

The invite has been sent, but Orange County isn’t hosting a typical party. Their goal? Slowing down drivers. Orange County recently issued an Invitation for Bids for construction firms to take the lead in the installation of new traffic calming devices. Now you’re probably thinking: calming traffic? Doesn’t Orlando traffic […]

Job Alert: Join the BWCF team as a Community Outreach & Presentation Specialist
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Job Alert: Join the BWCF team as a Community Outreach & Presentation Specialist

Are you passionate about biking and walking in Central Florida? Do you have strong communication skills that allow you to connect with diverse audiences? Are you eager to use those skills to support a healthy community environment? Then BWCF wants to hear from you. We currently have two positions available […]

All about Bike 5 Cities – what you need to know
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All about Bike 5 Cities – what you need to know

The Bike/Walk Central Florida’s Bike 5 Cities 28-mile ride, presented by FDOT’s Alert Today Alive Tomorrow, is at capacity, but you can still participate in any of the shorter City rides near you. The 300-person ride is taking place this Saturday, May 5, and we’re looking forward to seeing you for […]