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11 Law Enforcement Agencies Team Up to Protect Trail Users

As summer approaches, largest ‘crosswalk crackdown’ to date focuses on trail crossings Trail use soared during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, and recent counts indicate that the trend in trail popularity continues. As the school year winds down and summer vacations commence, drivers need to be extra cautious and should expect […]

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Bike 5 Cities Grows into a Permanent Route for Safe Cycling

It started as a desire to feel safe on the road. It started as a way to inform people about Central Florida’s bike-friendly infrastructure. It started as a simple idea and is now a more than 400-person strong movement. Bike 5 Cities is a 28-mile regional bike-ride on trails and […]

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Media Alert: Seminole County Puts Its ‘Best Foot Forward’: 17 Partners Join Coalition

The message of pedestrian safety and Florida’s driver yield law is spreading. 17 new partners including Seminole County, six cities, their respective law enforcement, Seminole Public Schools, Seminole crossing guards, the local health department and more are joining Best Foot Forward. Seminole County’s 17 new partners will join 21 existing […]

People On Bikes

New, Wider Bike Lanes in Casselberry

Bicycling in Casselberry just got a little more comfortable. As part of their first “complete streets” project, city officials agreed to re-stripe North Oxford Road with buffered bike lanes. It’s the city’s first street with buffered bike lanes. You can see in the picture, the bike lanes on either side […]

Community Events

Bike 5 Cities was a Huge Success

  What happens when more than 460 bicyclists descend on the streets of Central Florida, navigating 28 miles through 5 cities? They have a blast! They also gain invaluable knowledge about where they can comfortably ride their bikes to connect to different places. Beginning cyclists learn how to safely navigate […]