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Roundabouts: Not just for Europeans
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Roundabouts: Not just for Europeans

When you picture a roundabout, you might also picture Big Ben or the Eiffel Tower in the distance behind it. Thanks to recent reports, though, we’re starting to see more roundabouts stateside. Research points to these road circles as safer and more efficient than the sharp-angled intersection, and transportation agencies across the United […]

BWCF board supports City of Winter Park moving forward with Denning Drive “right-sizing”
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BWCF board supports City of Winter Park moving forward with Denning Drive “right-sizing”

Denning Drive is still on track to get a much-needed makeover in the City of Winter Park. We’re talking real change that will make this street more than just a thoroughfare for cars. The City envisions a Denning Drive that is a place for people – people of all ages […]

BWCF nerds out over bikes at Orlando Bike Nite
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BWCF nerds out over bikes at Orlando Bike Nite

If you are reading this, it’s likely you are a bike nerd. And you would have fit right in at the Orlando Bike Nite event this past Friday.  Local bike lovers converged upon Downtown CREDO on Feb. 25 to hear Orlando Bikeography co-founder Leslie Wolcott and two of BWCF’s very own – […]

Study shows Robinson Street is a vital, multi-modal corridor
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Study shows Robinson Street is a vital, multi-modal corridor

There is no doubt that Robinson Street is an important lifeline to the City of Orlando.  It runs through the heart of the city serving a diverse range of people including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, motorists and freight/trucks.  Robinson Street also borders Lake Eola Park – a major downtown destination.  Thousands […]

Interactive map visualizes 10 years of U.S. traffic fatalities – 58% involved alcohol, distracted driving or speeding
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Interactive map visualizes 10 years of U.S. traffic fatalities – 58% involved alcohol, distracted driving or speeding

NYC-based data scientist Max Galka has mapped out ten years worth of traffic fatality data (2004-2013) from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS). The map contains 373,377 points each representing a person who was killed in a traffic crash over the past decade. To view your […]