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BWCF Chair Billy Hattaway Talks Pedestrian Safety in Governing
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BWCF Chair Billy Hattaway Talks Pedestrian Safety in Governing

In case you missed the latest issue of Governing magazine, Billy Hattaway, who serves as the Chair for BWCF in addition to his day job as the District One Secretary for the FDOT, was featured talking about efforts to improve safety for pedestrians in Florida. Poorer neighborhoods face much higher pedestrian […]

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Pro PEDS in Englewood With Commissioner Ortiz

Dedicated neighbors made it through the torrential downpour to make it to the Englewood Neighborhood Association meeting this month near Azalea Park, where BFF ran into Commissioner Tony Ortiz and Orlando Police Department Officer Eddie Rosado. BFF had the pleasure of opening the pedestrian safety conversation with concerned citizens and […]

New Flashing Signs at Rosen College Crosswalk
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New Flashing Signs at Rosen College Crosswalk

Next time you find yourself crossing between UCF’s Rosen College campus and Lake Cay Commons shopping plaza, take note of the new flashing signs installed along the crosswalk, in coordination with the Orange County School Safety Coordinator and Rosen Hotels & Resorts. As the Rosen area continues to grow, busy […]

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Orange County: Fast Feedback

Drivers – get ready for some feedback. It’s more like electronic feedback.  Residents have voiced their concerns about traffic speeds in and around schools. They say, “kids are on foot or cruising on two wheels while one ton of metal on four wheels just whizzes by. It’s just not safe.” Orange […]

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Prioritization of Bike/Ped Projects

Keeping with the 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan theme.  MetroPlan Orlando’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) is responsible for prioritizing bike/ped projects based on set criteria and a defined process — data collection, systems analysis, and cost estimates. Check out  page 14 of the 2040 LRTP report for details. The resulting […]