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UPDATE: BWCF Helps Cut Ribbon on Orlando’s Colonial Ped Bridge

At a recent meeting of the Orlando Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, we learned the only things left to install are some cabling and some handrails. Once open, the quarter-mile bridge will connect downtown to the Orlando Urban Trail and Gertrude’s Walk, allowing bicyclists and pedestrians to safely enter or […]

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Orlando Connecting the Gaps in Its Trail Network

Remember when you were a kid and you did those “connect the dots” puzzles? They were great! You start with a big polka-dot mess, and when you’re finished—voila! A triceratops! The City of Orlando is working to connect the dots in a giant spoked wheel. The central hub will be […]

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Fun on a budget: CFL activities that won’t break the bank

Are you looking for fun things to do in Central Florida, but also trying to stay on budget? Look no further – check out the following outdoor options, which keep spending to a minimum, help you get active and give you the chance to enjoy some of Florida’s great weather. […]

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Trail lovers – a new segment of the Shingle Creek Regional Trail is now open

If you’re ready to enjoy the cooler weather, you’re in luck. Arrow Ridge, the newest segment of the popular Shingle Creek Regional Trail, is officially open. The 1,800-foot section includes a bike rack, two pavilions and two tables in addition to its’ beautiful recreational path for runners, cyclists and pedestrians. […]

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Pine Hills: The Future is walkable

Think safe, seamless biking and pedestrian paths that connect Pine Hills Road, a LYNX transfer station and the Pine Hills Trail. Imagine large, colorful gateways for pedestrians on street corners and wider medians filled with plants or converting the five-lane road into a four-lane divided roadway. These are a few […]