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Feds to hold state DOTs accountable on bike/ped safety
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Feds to hold state DOTs accountable on bike/ped safety

This news may come as a shock to you. Up until yesterday – state transportation agencies weren’t required by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to set goals for reducing bike and ped fatalities.  They also didn’t have to track their progress either. This all changes now with a recent announcement from FHWA.  State Department of […]

It’s Florida Bike Month – 5 fun ways to celebrate
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It’s Florida Bike Month – 5 fun ways to celebrate

Did you know that March is Florida Bike Month? There is even an official proclamation from Governor Rick Scott. You might be asking…but isn’t Bike Month in May? Yes – it is.  May is actually National Bike Month (organized by the National League of American Bicyclists). Which means we get […]

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 – […]

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Bike Lanes or No Bike Lanes? From BWCF Board Member Eliza Harris Juliano

Lane control vs. bike lanes is an on-going debate in the bicycle world. But BWCF board member Eliza Harris Juliano says it doesn’t need to be.  There is no one-size-fits all solution to making Central Florida a more bicycle-friendly region. It’s not an “Us vs. Them”…”Either Or” deal.  More like “We”…”Both And.” It’s […]

City of Orlando reveals early plans for bike/ped-friendly ‘bridge district’ under I-4
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City of Orlando reveals early plans for bike/ped-friendly ‘bridge district’ under I-4

Did you see the plans for the City of Orlando’s proposed “bridge district” under I-4? Looks promising for people who love to walk or bike. BFF Program Director Amanda Day got to chat with the Sentinel about the “bridge district” proposal. She said she was “wowed” by both the renderings and the plans to include some […]