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Victor Dover at Rollins College

Victor Dover, Past Chair of the Congress for New Urbanism, and principal-in-harge at Dover, Kohl & Partners, spoke at Rollins College recently and asked the audience – how they would identify a successful streetscape?  Answers ranged from width of the street to cleanliness to the number of connections made by […]

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Avoid Track Tragedies

SunRail is coming in a matter of weeks and local law enforcement is ramping up their efforts to remind drivers, bikers and walkers about being safe around the rails.  The SunRail team hosted a law enforcement forum in March where they talked about how they will be warning and citing […]

Staff Blog: Womaning the BWCF table at Highwoods Transportation Fair
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Staff Blog: Womaning the BWCF table at Highwoods Transportation Fair

The transportation fair today was not quite what I expected.  I have never been to Eola Park Center before, and I was pleased to arrive to a moderately sized office building on the edge of Lake Eola.  I arrived early around 10:10, wanting plenty of time to put the table […]

Three Orange County Students Winners in Statewide Pedestrian Safety Poster Contest
People On Foot

Three Orange County Students Winners in Statewide Pedestrian Safety Poster Contest

ORLANDO, Fla—(March 5, 2014)—Three young students will be honored for their commitment to pedestrian safety as part of UM-WalkSafe’s annual statewide poster contest at the March 11, 2014, Orange County school board meeting. Nine elementary schools participated in this year’s poster contest and Lake George Elementary third grader, Kaitlyn Sheehan, […]

Coast to Coast Connector Map as of January 2014
People On Bikes / Trails

Coast to Coast Connector Map as of January 2014