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Federal Highway rescinds approval of RRFB
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Federal Highway rescinds approval of RRFB

On December 21, 2017, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) rescinded its interim approval of new installations of the Rapid Rectangular Flashing Beacon (RRFB) due to issued and pending patents by the inventor of the RRFB, Stop Experts.  Since FHWA issued the memo, agencies and pedestrian safety advocates have considered the […]

Share your thoughts on bike/PED safety in Mills 50 & Milk District
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Share your thoughts on bike/PED safety in Mills 50 & Milk District

If you travel through the Mills 50 and Milk Districts via two wheels or two feet, the City of Orlando wants to hear from you. They’re currently calling for all eyes on the street to share feedback on a comment map as part of the Milk and Mills 50 Main […]

Day & Life of Measuring Driver Yield Rates
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Day & Life of Measuring Driver Yield Rates

Best Foot Forward (BFF) data collector guru Tony Calabro demonstrates how the BFF data collection process works – step by step. Superstar BFF data collector Tony training new BFF team member Kelly on how we measure driver yield rates. #iY4peds pic.twitter.com/5pu55RQheH — Best Foot Forward (@BestFootOrlando) December 1, 2015 Before […]

Colonial Pedestrian Overpass is on the rise
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Colonial Pedestrian Overpass is on the rise

Have you ever had trouble walking or bicycling across Colonial Dr. near downtown Orlando? Get ready to literally rise above the chaotic traffic with a safer route. The City of Orlando’s Colonial Pedestrian Overpass is beginning to take shape and will eventually connect trails in an effort to get bikers and […]

Crosswalk crackdown results – OPD & OCSO – Media Interviews
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Crosswalk crackdown results – OPD & OCSO – Media Interviews

Local law enforcement joined Best Foot Forward on Wednesday, June 14 for another Operation BFF—and the results of monitoring six Orange County crosswalks provided a glimpse at how many Orlando drivers still fail to yield for people crossing the road. The Orlando Police Department (OPD) and Orange County Sheriff’s Office […]