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11 Law Enforcement Agencies Team Up to Protect Trail Users

As summer approaches, largest ‘crosswalk crackdown’ to date focuses on trail crossings Trail use soared during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, and recent counts indicate that the trend in trail popularity continues. As the school year winds down and summer vacations commence, drivers need to be extra cautious and should expect […]

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Oakland Installs Stop Signs for Vehicles Approaching Trail Crossings

The Town of Oakland Commission has adopted a resolution to approve installing stop signs for vehicles at busy trail crossings in town. That means that drivers approaching the West Orange Trail in Oakland must stop before the trail, giving right-of-way to people walking, jogging, bicycling, etc. along the trail. When […]

Bikes and Trains
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BWCF Supports Placing Orange County Transportation Sales Tax on The Ballot

UPDATED 4/26/22 9:06 PM – Following BOCC Vote Orange County has been working on a transportation initiative for some time and early this year the Transportation Sales Tax Referendum effort was relaunched. On April 26, following three Board of County Commissioner (BoCC) Work Sessions and numerous open houses, a public […]

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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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Orange County Parks Host Second Trails Master Plan Virtual Outreach

Orange County Parks and Recreation is hosting its second Trails Master Plan Virtual Outreach meeting May 10 – 26. The second interactive virtual public outreach will gather feedback on the trail master plan, existing and proposed future trail corridor evaluations, priorities, and proposed design guidelines. Please provide your input at […]