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Orlando Sentinel: Ticked Off!

Throughout the week, Central Floridians share their thoughts on things that make them mad in the Ticked Off! section of the Orlando Sentinel. Our safety-concerned friends share their experiences on transportation, biking, and walking – take a look at some of them below: I’m ticked off at the man who […]

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Orlando Sentinel: UCF says it will help county make streets safer

This football season UCF will debut a $1 million tiki bar in its stadium, complete with fruity adult beverages. A couple of years ago the university unveiled a student-housing project that featured spa-style amenities, including a resort-worthy pool, Finnish sauna, fitness center, 60-inch flat-screens in every unit — and (why […]

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Orlando Sentinel: Something’s afoot – Communities become more walkable

Beth Kassab with the Orlando Sentinel shares her personal experiences with walkable communities. Check out the original story here. A few nights ago I walked to dinner. The kids hopped on their bikes, and my husband and I followed on foot. The squeals of soaked toddlers darting in and out […]


Orlando Sentinel: ‘Complete streets,’ ‘road diets’ in Metro Orlando’s future

Take a look at the article below from the Orlando Sentinel about creating Complete Streets on Orlando roads. There are some great quotes from Bike/Walk Central Florida Chairman and FDOT District 1 Secretary Billy Hattaway, BWCF Board Member Eliza Harris, as well as BWCF Executive Director Amanda Day. By Dan Tracy Central Florida […]

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Orlando Sentinel’s Scott Maxwell: 15 People Worth Watching in 2015…The Sequel

People Worth Watching in 2015? Try PEDS.  Why? Because drivers colliding with PEDS or PEDS darting in front of cars has become second nature in Central Florida.  Orlando Sentinel‘s Scott Maxwell agrees and calls on leaders – and you and me – to take a stand for safe streets 2015. See […]