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People On Bikes

Where Would You Like to See Future Trails in Orlando?

If you missed the news, Orlando City Council approved a feasibility study known as Primary Bicycle Route Plan, which would evaluate the current bike trail network, costs for improvements, and identify segments that lack connectivity , with the ultimate goal to promote and encourage bicycling as a safe transportation option […]

Staff Blog: Womaning the BWCF table at Highwoods Transportation Fair
Community Events

Staff Blog: Womaning the BWCF table at Highwoods Transportation Fair

The transportation fair today was not quite what I expected.  I have never been to Eola Park Center before, and I was pleased to arrive to a moderately sized office building on the edge of Lake Eola.  I arrived early around 10:10, wanting plenty of time to put the table […]

Community Events / Newsletter

City of Orlando: One Less Car One More Park

The City of Orlando hosted the 2nd Annual One Less Car, One More Park event downtown near Lake Eola to showcase the activation of public spaces and green transportation initiatives. Twelve local businesses gathered along Central Blvd to each transform one parallel parking space into miniature parks and exhibits to encourage […]

News To Use / Newsletter

If You Build it Peds Will Come

Dr. Phillips Center for the Performer Arts, the Aloft Hotel, RIDA’s mixed-use development(adjacent to Lynx Central Station and Orange Avenue), Amway Center, Creative Village, and the list goes on.  These are just a few of the projects in downtown Orlando that will usher in a wave of peds in 2014 […]

Newsletter / Social Ride

College Park Turned to Artist for Bike Racks

Biking to Orange Cycle or David’s World Cycle this week?  Well, now you can tie your bike up to a piece of art that also serves as a bike rack.  The College Park Partnership spearheaded the initiative and sought funding through one of Mayor Buddy Dyer’s matching grants to fund […]