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Fire departments are adopting Vision Zero, so why shouldn’t you?

It’s no secret that narrowing a road can make it safer for people walking and biking, but that smaller road can be problematic when you add large, quick-moving fire trucks to the mix. That’s why fire officials are typically some of the first to push back on narrowing car lanes […]

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City of Orlando building pedestrian overpass across SR 50

The City of Orlando is working toward becoming a safer, more connected place for pedestrians and bicyclists. Part of that work starts this month, as construction gets underway on a pedestrian overpass. Read more about this project on the City of Orlando’s website.

People On Bikes

A (biking) tale of two cities

Guest writer Dan Tracy shares his experiences and observations of biking in London and Copenhagen after visiting Europe.  Europe is drenched in history, relatives, friends and bikes, at least from my humble perspective. My wife Judy and I spent two weeks in Europe recently, primarily in England, Scotland and Denmark. […]

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BWCF board supports City of Winter Park moving forward with Denning Drive “right-sizing”

Denning Drive is still on track to get a much-needed makeover in the City of Winter Park. We’re talking real change that will make this street more than just a thoroughfare for cars. The City envisions a Denning Drive that is a place for people – people of all ages […]

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Orlando Bike Coalition: Q&A with Aaron Powell

Aaron Powell, 42, is the founder of the Orlando Bike Coalition, a Facebook page dedicated to improving conditions for people who bike and walk. Powell intends to turn the coalition into a nonprofit 501(c) (3). Bike/Walk Central Florida talked recently with Powell, who teaches English as a second language and Spanish […]