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Looking back on Bike 5 Cities

  Among the close to 400 riders out on the streets for Bike 5 Cities was NASCAR driver and FDOT Alert Today Florida Bike Safety Advocate Scott Lagasse. He was the first to stop his bike and personally assist riders with flat tires proving just how committed he is to […]

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Trails alert: What’s new in trails?

Piece by piece, Florida trails are coming together to bridge the gaps in our trail system and give commuters and recreational cyclists miles of local, regional and statewide paths to comfortably ride on.  The City of Orlando’s long-awaited completion of the Orlando Urban Trail into the downtown core via Gertrude’s Walk […]

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Fire departments are adopting Vision Zero, so why shouldn’t you?

It’s no secret that narrowing a road can make it safer for people walking and biking, but that smaller road can be problematic when you add large, quick-moving fire trucks to the mix. That’s why fire officials are typically some of the first to push back on narrowing car lanes […]

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‘Bike 5 Cities’ – Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions Cost/Registration Q: What does it cost to participate? A: It’s free, but please consider making a tax-deductible donation to Bike/Walk Central Florida, a 501 (c)(3) organization. Your donation will help BWCF advocate for more bike-friendly routes, provide bicycling and pedestrian safety education and work toward making bicycling […]

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MetroPlan Orlando calling for feedback on Corrine Dr. designs

Last year, MetroPlan Orlando launched the Corrine Drive Complete Streets Study to explore how to make Corrine Drive safer and better for all road users. Now, early design concepts of Corrine Drive have been released, and MetroPlan Orlando wants to know your thoughts on the six ideas that could each […]