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Bike Equity: Rethinking How We Serve the Overlooked Cyclists in our Community

Serving the needs of everyone in our community. It’s a concept we all can get behind. If you asked 100 people on the street, they’d probably all agree it’s something we should do. If you asked city planners, they’d say the same thing. But at least one group has noticed […]

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Where do you bike? Map your ride with Strava

What if there was a way to share your cycle route with transportation planners in the area? With the Strava app, you can! MetroPlan Orlando and FDOT use the Strava app to learn more about the wants and needs of local cyclists who are riding in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole […]

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Operation Best Foot Forward: It only takes one ticket

Operation Best Foot Forward is about changing behaviors of both drivers and walkers. Look no further than the story that ran on WKMG about Orlando Police Department (OPD) and Orange County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) June’s “crosswalk crackdown.” Here was a man who received a $164 citation for failing to yield at […]

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Bungalower: New bike share stations have popped up in College Park

By Brendan O’Conner Bungalower Orlando Bike Share will be installing new bike stations throughout the month as they expand their services to include 200 more bikes in their fleet. The two pictured in this post are at Downtown Credo and the College Park  Publix. Bike Share users can take a […]

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StreetsBlog: The Critical Difference Between 30 MPH and 20 MPH

StreetsBlog Network shared an article about reducing vehicle speed the discusses why decrease of just 10 miles an hour can save lives: It might seem like a small thing: reducing motor vehicle speeds 10 miles per hour. But that 10 mph can make an enormous difference for the safety of […]