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Orange County to Begin Next Phase of Shingle Creek Trail

Construction is about to begin on Orange County’s next section of Shingle Creek Trail! Orange County Parks and Recreation shared the following information about the next phase in its news bulletin.  Shingle Creek Trail – Phase 2 will be 2.844 miles in length, along the west side of John Young Parkway, south from […]

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Meet BWCF’s Roni Wood: A Survivor Turns Her Trauma into Education and Encouragement

Today marks three years since the day Roni Braithwaite-Wood’s life was turned upside down. She and her son JT stepped into the crosswalk at Curry Ford and Conway Roads with a clear walking indicator on the pedestrian signal. She looked left and waved at a driver as they started to […]

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Fines and Suspensions Doubled for Passing Stopped School Buses

There’s no excuse for carelessly putting children in danger, and now illegally passing a school bus could cost violators as much as $400. Florida H.B. 37, also known as the School Bus Safety Act, increased the fines on January 1, 2021, for failure to stop for a school bus. Here […]

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USDOT Releases Pedestrian Safety Action Plan

The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) recently released Pedestrian Safety Action Plan to address the reduction of pedestrian injuries and fatalities on America’s roads. “People may have preferences when it comes to transportation, but at some point, everyone is a pedestrian,” the plan’s introduction begins. “Whether it is walking to […]

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Seminole Trails within Power Corridors Feasibility Study

The Seminole County Public Works Engineering Division is seeking public input on the Feasibility Study of a trail alignment from Lake Emma Road to Ronald Reagan Boulevard, via Greenway Boulevard, the Duke Energy Powerline Corridor and Bay Meadow Road. This trail is identified as a proposed major trail in the […]