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Beth Perell – Public Affairs Perspectives – Talks Biking & Walking Safety with Emily Hanna

Emily Hanna, Bike/Walk Central Florida’s executive director overseeing the Best Foot Forward for pedestrian safety program, spoke at length with Beth Perrell on her “Public Affairs Perspectives” Show, airing on five COX Radio stations. The two women discussed: The Best Foot Forward for pedestrian safety program; Smart Growth America’s Dangerous […]

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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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Friends of the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County hold Goldsboro Trail clean-up and ribbon-cutting

On Sunday, January 24, the Friends of the Florida Department of Health in Seminole County held their first cleanup on the Goldsboro Trail located in the downtown area of the Historic Goldsboro.  The cleanup was part of the City of Sanford’s Adopt-A-Park Program. The 1.2 mile Goldsboro Trail runs north […]

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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 […]

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Want More and Improved Trails? Here’s Your Chance to Say So

Bikers and walkers vote with their feet every day, but sometimes getting in a word or two is just as important.  Orange County Parks and Recreation is updating its Trails Master Plan, and your input matters. Now through September 10, you can step into a virtual workshop to learn more […]