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UPDATE: BWCF Helps Cut Ribbon on Orlando’s Colonial Ped Bridge

At a recent meeting of the Orlando Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, we learned the only things left to install are some cabling and some handrails. Once open, the quarter-mile bridge will connect downtown to the Orlando Urban Trail and Gertrude’s Walk, allowing bicyclists and pedestrians to safely enter or […]


Raising Bicycle Awareness for People in Their “Prime”

Earlier this year, Bike/Walk Central Florida welcomed thousands of seniors and gave away hundreds of free bike helmets at the “Orlando Sentinel Media Group Prime Expo.” The event was all about helping people over age 50 (in the “prime” of their lives) to live their best life. The event was […]

People On Bikes

Downtown Connector Trail – a new addition to the Orlando Urban Trail Network

What’s more enticing than a connected network of trails, offering a safe haven for people on two wheels or two feet? The City of Orlando has not only executed planning and constructing a network of bicycle trails for its residents, it is also paving the way for a cultural shift. […]

Community Events

DTO wants to hear about your vision for the North Quarter

Want to be a part of transforming an area of downtown Orlando? The city wants to hear from you. Learn and share your thoughts during their upcoming workshops and studios. Help develop the transportation vision for the North Quarter Join the city in developing a Transportation Vision for the North […]

Community Events

3 ways to share your thoughts on Robinson St.

The City of Orlando and the Florida Department of Transportation are working hard to make sure Robinson St. meets the needs of the community. They are currently working on a study to identify and objectively evaluate a full range of possible improvements to address multimodal safety and mobility along the […]