Post Tagged with: "pedestrian safety"

Newsletter

It’s TIGER time

It’s that time of year again.  DOT Secretary Fox announced $600 million will be made available to fund transportation projects across the country by U.S. Department of Transportation’s highly successful Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) competitive grant program. This year’s TIGER grant focus is on projects that support reliable, […]

People On Foot

150 Citations & Warnings Given for Drivers Failing to Yield

Operation Best Foot Forward was out in full force the first week of February. If you missed the news, Orlando Police Department (OPD) and Orange County Sherriff’s Office (OCSO) conducted the sixth round of crosswalk enforcement since August 2012. The operation yielded over 150 citations and warnings to drivers failing […]

Community Events / Newsletter

Safe Kids Day 2014 Event on April 12

On Saturday, 4/12 from 9am-noon, the Children’s Safety Village will come alive with a race, obstacle course and safety adventure classes.   Join in and/or spread the word – the Children’s Safety Village is a place where kids can learn about all types of safety in a FUN environment – this […]

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, […]