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Denning Drive ‘right-sizing” workshop takes to the streets to make case for change

“Right-sizing” a street is no simple task, especially when it comes to including the community in the process.  And a road like Denning Drive in Winter Park has a lot of people concerned about its future for many, different reasons. The City of Winter Park rose to the challenge though hosting a hands-on, […]

Featured / Newsletter

BWCF board supports City of Winter Park moving forward with Denning Drive “right-sizing”

Denning Drive is still on track to get a much-needed makeover in the City of Winter Park. We’re talking real change that will make this street more than just a thoroughfare for cars. The City envisions a Denning Drive that is a place for people – people of all ages […]

Community Events

BWCF & BFF out and about in March 2016

March was a busy time for BWCF with Florida Bike Month and our on-going Best Foot Forward community outreach initiative.  Below are some highlights. February 26 Orlando Bike Nite Hosted by Nerd Nite Orlando and the Orlando Bike Coalition BWCF board members Rick Geller and Eliza Harris Juliano both gave talks […]

People On Foot

Orlando Sentinel: Pedestrian crossings an accident waiting to happen – Letter to the Editor

Did you see the letter to the editor about pedestrian safety in the Tuesday, March 22 edition of the Orlando Sentinel? Patrick Kennedy from Apopka calls out drivers for not yielding to people walking in mid-block crossings on Orange Blossom Trail (mid-block crosswalks are unsignalized and typically located between intersections with […]


Feds to hold state DOTs accountable on bike/ped safety

This news may come as a shock to you. Up until yesterday – state transportation agencies weren’t required by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to set goals for reducing bike and ped fatalities.  They also didn’t have to track their progress either. This all changes now with a recent announcement from FHWA.  State Department of […]