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Florida Politics: Bicyclists, Pedestrians Get Added Protection in Bill Favored by Senate Panel

Senate Bill 332, also known as the vulnerable user law, is one step closer to becoming a reality in Florida. If passed, this bill would increase fines for drivers who hit vulnerable users – pedestrians, bicyclists, people in wheelchairs and and scooters, horses and other smaller vehicles.  Read the Florida Politics […]

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Orlando Sentinel – Local governments should team up on roads: Where we stand

Being stuck in traffic is a harsh reality for many living and commuting in Central Florida everyday. Large construction projects and a growing population aren’t helping either. The good news is that Congress and the President recently passed a bill that will set aside hundreds of millions of dollars to help […]


Florida Today: Cape Canaveral finally gets lower speed limit

The Federal Department of Transportation is listening to concerned citizens in Cape Canaveral and lower speed limits in some areas are finally becoming a reality. This is a victory and a step in the right direction, but some feel that more change needs to happen for the safety of residents […]

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Central Florida Future: Orlando police focus efforts on pedestrian safety

Thanks to a $40,000 grant from the FDOT, the Orlando Police Department is making safety a priority for all road users in 2016. Through on-street education and enforcement operations, OPD is aiming to reduce the number of accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists.  Nine locations in Orlando with the highest rates […]


Orlando Sentinel: City, County must unite on Corrine

Owned by Orange County, but desired by the City of Orlando, Corrine Drive faces a conundrum. Many are in agreement that Corrine Drive needs improvements, but the direction and vision are unclear. The Orlando Sentinel editorial below sheds some light on the current situation of the popular roadway.  Corrine Drive is […]