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‘Bike 5 Cities’ – Frequently Asked Questions
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‘Bike 5 Cities’ – Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions Cost/Registration Q: What does it cost to participate? A: It’s free, but please consider making a tax-deductible donation to Bike/Walk Central Florida, a 501 (c)(3) organization. Your donation will help BWCF advocate for more bike-friendly routes, provide bicycling and pedestrian safety education and work toward making bicycling […]

MetroPlan Orlando calling for feedback on Corrine Dr. designs
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MetroPlan Orlando calling for feedback on Corrine Dr. designs

Last year, MetroPlan Orlando launched the Corrine Drive Complete Streets Study to explore how to make Corrine Drive safer and better for all road users. Now, early design concepts of Corrine Drive have been released, and MetroPlan Orlando wants to know your thoughts on the six ideas that could each […]

$1M+ dedicated to purchasing Shingle Creek Trail land
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$1M+ dedicated to purchasing Shingle Creek Trail land

Trail-lovers received a much-anticipated holiday gift from the State of Florida – over $1 million dollars allocated to purchase land to finish the Shingle Creek Trail. The Shingle Creek Trail will serve as a feeder for the much-anticipated Coast-to-Coast Trail, a 250-mile trail that will stretch from the Canaveral National […]

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 […]

Winter Park recognized as Bicycle Friendly Community
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Winter Park recognized as Bicycle Friendly Community

Winter Park is making great strides in becoming friendlier for those on two wheels. The city recently moved from bronze to silver status as part of the League of America Bicyclists “Bicycle Friendly Community” ranking. A “Bicycle Friendly Community” welcomes bicyclists by providing safe accommodations for bicycling and encouraging people […]