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Four-wheel bias on roads, in words

Have you ever caught yourself referring to a female law enforcement officer as a “policeman?” Or used an airplane seat’s call button, expecting help from a “stewardess,” only to be met with a male flight attendant? Gender biases that slip into our language can be hard to shake. And it turns out, similar […]

People On Foot

Orlando Sentinel Editorial: Jacobs’ focus on the future is welcome

Two very different visions of leadership were on display in Tallahassee and Orange County this past month. It boils down to the difference between focusing on the next election and the next generation. A special session of the Florida Legislature belatedly produced a $78 billion state budget that featured a […]


Edgewater Drive Highlighted as National Model for Complete Streets

Orlando’s own Edgewater Drive is a national model for Complete Streets, according to a new report released by Smart Growth America’s National Complete Streets Coalition. A Complete Street accommodates people of all ages and abilities traveling on foot, on bicycle, in transit, and in cars. Complete Streets legislation and policies […]


Orlando Sentinel: ‘Complete streets,’ ‘road diets’ in Metro Orlando’s future

Take a look at the article below from the Orlando Sentinel about creating Complete Streets on Orlando roads. There are some great quotes from Bike/Walk Central Florida Chairman and FDOT District 1 Secretary Billy Hattaway, BWCF Board Member Eliza Harris, as well as BWCF Executive Director Amanda Day. By Dan Tracy Central Florida […]

Multimodal Planning training opportunities coming to Orlando
Newsletter / People On Bikes

Multimodal Planning training opportunities coming to Orlando

Two new training opportunities will be offered in Orlando this spring on how to improve mobility in your area. Multimodal Transportation Planning and Effective FDOT/Local Government Coordination on Mobility Planning is scheduled for April 30 and May 1. Anyone interested in improving mobility through coordinated transportation and land use planning […]