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Apopka’s New Trail Network: A Giant Step Towards a More Walkable and Bikeable City 

Apopka, Florida, plans to become a friendlier city to all who bike, walk, or roll with the unanimous approval from the Apopka City Council of a new proposed trail network. The network will connect downtown Apopka to essential destinations like healthcare services, grocery stores, parks, and restaurants, making it easier […]

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City of Orlando Publishes Quick Build Guide to Accelerate Better Walking and Biking Conditions 

The City of Orlando is taking a transformative approach to bicycling and pedestrian infrastructure with quick-build projects. Quick-builds are flexible, low-cost projects that promise to deliver transportation safety enhancements at an accelerated pace. The interventions, also known as “tactical urbanism,” demonstrate that simple traffic changes help communities show the positive […]

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Meet Bike 5’s Partner Municipalities!

Bike 5 would not be possible without Winter Park, Eatonville, Casselberry, Maitland and Orlando – the five municipalities that serve as hosts for the event. Each of these cities have made significant strides towards becoming pedestrian and cyclist friendly, and we are grateful for their partnership. Take a look at […]

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Coming Soon: Packing District Trail System – BWCF Collaborates with Landowners, Government, and Organizations for Regional Trail Project

The changes coming to the Packing District in Orlando may one day include multi-use trails and bike lanes that connect the historic area to other parts of the city and a state network. Bike/Walk Central Florida (BWCF) is contributing its experience and expertise to make that a reality. Dr. Phillips, […]