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Newsletter / Safe Routes to School

Feet Not Fuel

When is the last time your child walked or biked to school?  The Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) from Brevard County has rolled out the Feet Not Fuel Program, using technology to promote Safe Routes to Schools. The website gives students 24/7 access to pedestrian safety tips, carbon footprint […]

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Be Outspoken!

Have you thought of biking to catch your next flight out of town? The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) wants your help to create a comprehensive bike access plan for the Orlando International Airport (OIA).   That’s right.  But, biking to a flight is not that unusual.  Airports like Baltimore–Washington International […]

Four Florida Cities in the Top Five For Most Dangerous for Peds

Four Florida Cities in the Top Five For Most Dangerous for Peds

Smart Growth America released a report,Dangerous by Design 2014,  ranking how safe it is to walk in the major metropolitan areas. It looked at the number of residents who walk to work and the pedestrians killed over 2003-2012 – called the Pedestrian Danger Index (PDI). News flash — A high PDI […]


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 […]