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People On Bikes

City of Orlando installs free bike racks through program

Hey, Orlando business owners; do you want to provide bike parking for your customers? The City of Orlando has a free bike rack program – to install bike racks, in the public right-of-way, of course, for no charge. Secure bike parking has the potential to increase business. Cycling rates are increasing […]

Mayor Teresa Jacobs Joins the Nationwide Effort to Make Streets Safer
People On Foot

Mayor Teresa Jacobs Joins the Nationwide Effort to Make Streets Safer

Orange County, FL – Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs announces that she accepted U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx’s nationwide Mayors’ Challenge to help make roads more pedestrian and bike friendly. Mayor Jacobs is one of the 200 nationwide mayors – including the Mayors of Orlando, Casselberry, Kissimmee, Orange City and Longwood […]

Community Events / Newsletter

Cyclists and Pedestrians Rule Robinson

On September 21, FDOT, ReThink, BWCF, City of Orlando, and LYNX collaborated to organize Orlando’s first Ciclovia – an event that closed Robinson Street to automobiles and allow pedestrians and cyclists to walk, bike, and roll freely.  Hundreds of area residents and bike enthusiasts came out to have fun stretching to […]