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BWCF’s Sean Parks talks Lake County public transit

BWCF Board Member and Lake County Commissioner Sean Parks recently wrote a piece for the Daily Commercial regarding reducing the costs of public transit in Lake County. Commissioner Parks understands the impact that growth has on Lake County and their public transportation. That’s why he suggests looking at “cutting edge […]

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No way around it – roundabouts safer than signals, signs

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) continues to make a case for roundabouts. And recent studies show them to be safer alternatives to stoplights and signals. Read the full story from The Daytona Beach News-Journal below. Florida studies show roundabouts safer than signals, signs The Daytona Beach News-Journal By Mark […]

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League of American Bicyclists recognizes Winter Park as a Bicycle Friendly Community

Another Central Florida city is now a BFC –  a Bicycle Friendly Community. The League of American Bicyclists awarded the City of Winter Park the Bronze Level BFC designation in early November.  Winter Park now shares this honor with three other Central Florida communities – the City of Orlando, South Lake County and The […]

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Celebration of Cycling summit addresses bike safety, Coast-to-Coast Connector, road diets and more

Bicycle advocates from across the state met in Clermont this past weekend to talk all things bikes. Hosted by Bike Florida, the City of Clermont and Orlando Health, the Nov. 13 gathering kicked off the 2015 Celebration of Cycling weekend. Bicyclist safety, the Coast-to-Coast Connector (C2C), and more were on the […]

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71% of Lake County voters approve infrastructure sales tax

A whopping 71 percent of Lake County voters approved an infrastructure sales tax on Nov. 3 to help fund sidewalks, trails, and roadway improvements among other capital projects throughout the county.  The landslide yes vote extends the existing penny sales tax another 15 years. First approved in 1988, Lake County residents […]