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Ciclovia is Coming to Orlando
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Ciclovia is Coming to Orlando

Heads up, peds and cyclists! Robinson Street will be car-free from 10am – 3pm on September 21st  to host Ciclovia. This event – that has roots in South America – encourages people to get out and explore parts of their city in a new and different way. Come be a part […]

Orange County Engineering – 4 Student PEDS
Newsletter / People On Foot / Safe Routes to School

Orange County Engineering – 4 Student PEDS

To increase the safety of students crossing from UCF’s Rosen College of Hospitality Management to the Lake Cay Commons shopping plaza, the Orange County School Safety Coordinator, along with other parties like Rosen Hotels & Resorts, installed new flashing signs along the crosswalk. As the Rosen area continues to grow, […]

Skateboard Racks – The New Normal
Newsletter / Safe Routes to School

Skateboard Racks – The New Normal

Along with updated classrooms and crosswalks, Lake Silver Elementary School has added gated bike racks and even skateboard racks to their sparkling new campus. How cool is it to see schools embracing other forms of mobility for our little peds? Did you know that this is actually a requirement for new OCPS Elementary […]

BWCF Chair Billy Hattaway Talks Pedestrian Safety in Governing
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BWCF Chair Billy Hattaway Talks Pedestrian Safety in Governing

In case you missed the latest issue of Governing magazine, Billy Hattaway, who serves as the Chair for BWCF in addition to his day job as the District One Secretary for the FDOT, was featured talking about efforts to improve safety for pedestrians in Florida. Poorer neighborhoods face much higher pedestrian […]

School’s Back in Session. Crossing Guards Needed.
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School’s Back in Session. Crossing Guards Needed.

Do you want to be more active in the safety of your community? The City of Orlando is looking for you!  Join the Crossing Guard team where you will be the first line of defense in protecting our little walkers and bikers on their way to school.  Think about the […]