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How Many Pedestrian Deaths are Okay?

“Did you know in Florida, an average of 800 pedestrians and bicyclists are killed in car crashes every year? What do you think is a more acceptable number?” Congratulations to FDOT Alert Today Florida for producing an incredibly powerful commercial showing the impact of pedestrian fatalities and the importance of […]

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The 12 Days of BWCF

As 2019 comes to a close, we’re looking back on some of the great things BWCF has achieved this year – Christmas carol style! From helmet fittings to crosswalk enforcements, here are the 12 days of Bike/Walk Central Florida! 12 Ride Leaders and Ride Marshalls Trained During Mobility Week, BWCF […]

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UPDATE: Electric Scooters Coming to Orlando: What You Need to Know

Update 12/10: At their regular meeting, the Orlando City Commission unanimously passed a modified ordinance to launch the pilot program for electric scooters. The program allows companies to operate a fleet of 200 scooters, later up to 400. Vendors can now begin submitting applications for a permit. The pilot begins […]

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Osceola County is expanding trails for bikers and walkers

Going for a run or a bike ride is especially difficult when you run out of trail and are forced to turn around or suddenly navigate a busy road. Osceola County is working to improve current trails and close the gaps for a more enjoyable time outside. Osceola is one […]

Osceola County Sheriff’s Office and Kissimmee Police Write 116 Citations During Operation BFF
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Osceola County Sheriff’s Office and Kissimmee Police Write 116 Citations During Operation BFF

But it’s not about the tickets: it’s about community engagement On November 8, Osceola County deputies (OCSO) and Kissimmee police (KPD) hit the streets looking for drivers who refused to stop for pedestrians legally crossing the street in a crosswalk. They enforced six different crosswalks. In just three and a […]