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Windermere to Receive Federal Funding for Safe Routes to School Project

The Town of Windermere is about to become more bike/walk-friendly. The Town’s website and a press release from Congresswoman Val Demings announced an expected $760,000 in federal funding this fall towards a Safe Routes to School Project. The Safe Routes to School Phase One is part of a larger project, […]

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Shingle Creek Trail Progress Continues to Roll Through Orange, Osceola Counties, Orlando and Kissimmee

Section by section, the Shingle Creek Trail is coming together. When fully constructed, the multi-use trail will span 32 miles through one of Florida’s most traveled urbanized areas. The completed trail will be a key north-south connector in a larger regional trail network that includes the West Orange Trail, South […]

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Beth Perell – Public Affairs Perspectives – Talks Biking & Walking Safety with Emily Hanna

Emily Hanna, Bike/Walk Central Florida’s executive director overseeing the Best Foot Forward for pedestrian safety program, spoke at length with Beth Perrell on her “Public Affairs Perspectives” Show, airing on five COX Radio stations. The two women discussed: The Best Foot Forward for pedestrian safety program; Smart Growth America’s Dangerous […]

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Seminole Trails within Power Corridors Feasibility Study

The Seminole County Public Works Engineering Division is seeking public input on the Feasibility Study of a trail alignment from Lake Emma Road to Ronald Reagan Boulevard, via Greenway Boulevard, the Duke Energy Powerline Corridor and Bay Meadow Road. This trail is identified as a proposed major trail in the […]