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

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

Community Events / Newsletter

City of Orlando: One Less Car One More Park

The City of Orlando hosted the 2nd Annual One Less Car, One More Park event downtown near Lake Eola to showcase the activation of public spaces and green transportation initiatives. Twelve local businesses gathered along Central Blvd to each transform one parallel parking space into miniature parks and exhibits to encourage […]

Newsletter / People On Foot

Counting Peds & Cyclists

MetroPlan Orlando recruited volunteers for the first ever bicycle and pedestrian count in Central Florida.  Planning students, cycling enthusiasts, and pedestrian safety advocates monitored key locations, including future SunRail stations and areas that have proved hazardous for peds and cyclists.   The results shall contribute to a nation wide effort to […]