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People On Bikes

By the numbers: 84,582 peds strong

Tens of thousands of people are using Orlando’s ped and bike trails. From July 9 to August 9, 36,798 walkers and bikers were counted on Lake Baldwin and Cady Way trails in July and August. The City of Orlando is installing pedestrian and bike counters throughout town as part of its initiative to […]

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Orlando Sentinel: Dr. Phillips Center won’t stand alone

Dr. Phillips Center won’t stand alone: Hotel, office tower coming soon Orlando Sentinel By Jeff Weiner Seven months before the Dr. Phillips Center’s debut, officials presented a green vision for the city-block-sized space between Orange and Magnolia avenues, leading from City Hall directly to the gleaming new arts center’s front […]

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Keeping Up with Biking and Walking in Florida Legislation

This page will be updated weekly with media coverage. HB 0231 – Transportation     Revises provisions relating to the rights & safety of vulnerable users of public rights-of-way; prohibits assault of bicycle riders; revises provisions for careless driving; provides penalties for specified infractions contributing to bodily injury of vulnerable users; […]


MetroPlan puts trails as legislative priority

A big “thank you” to the MetroPlan Orlando Board for putting trails a priority this legislative session. Seated at number one on the list is funding for the Coast to Coast Trail. The trail ultimately will provide a safe and continuous multi-use route from the Gulf of Mexico to the […]