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Media Alert November 7: Crosswalk Enforcement scheduled in Orange and Osceola Counties
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Media Alert November 7: Crosswalk Enforcement scheduled in Orange and Osceola Counties

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, Kissimmee Police Department and the St. Cloud Police Department are combining resources to conduct the first multi-jurisdictional crosswalk enforcement operation at 11 specific locations starting at 7 am on Wednesday, November 7, the week clocks switch to standard time.

Clocks “fall back” this weekend – let’s stay alert on roads
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Clocks “fall back” this weekend – let’s stay alert on roads

It’s hard to believe, but it’s already that time of year again – the end of Daylight Saving Time. Unfortunately, the time adjustment results in more than just an extra hour of sleep. Less daylight makes the end of the day (especially rush hour) an even more dangerous time for […]

Trick or Treat: Look out for little peds walking down the street
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Trick or Treat: Look out for little peds walking down the street

Halloween is fast approaching. By the time most children are ready to hit the streets, it will be quite dark. Although kids are dead set to head out the door and collect candy, parents need to take a few minutes to first discuss safety tips with their trick-or-treaters. The National […]

BFF heads to Kissimmee for National Night Out
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BFF heads to Kissimmee for National Night Out

Best Foot Forward “backed The Blue” at The Oaks neighborhood’s National Night Out with the Kissimmee Police Department and the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office. Community members came out to meet neighbors and spend some quality time with family, enjoy the fresh air and have some fun. Police officers were joined […]

It’s all about the people – MetroPlan Orlando releases 2018 community report
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It’s all about the people – MetroPlan Orlando releases 2018 community report

When you read the 2018 MetroPlan Orlando Annual report, you’ll quickly learn that the organization is powered by its passionate people. Between the staff, collaborative board, committee members, transportation partners and community, there is no shortage of talent working together to build a strong and diverse regional transportation system. Central […]