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Newsletter / People On Bikes

CNU Florida Summit: Registration Now Open!

The urbanites are coming!  The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) will host their first-ever Summit on February 19-20 in Orlando.  Eliza Harris, CNU Florida Orlando Representative and Bike/Walk Central Florida Board Member, said  “Part of the program will highlight Downtown Orlando over the last decade, and we will also have experts […]

Newsletter / Safe Routes to School

BWCF Supports Cycle Tracks on Cady Way By Brookshire Elementary

Click here to review the report created by BWCF board member, Rick Geller, highlighting the details of this project. Winter Park balks at double bike lanes near school Winter Park attorney Rick Geller and a group of parents are pushing the city to build a double bike lane by Brookshire […]

Community Events / Newsletter

Join The ACCESS LYNX Conversation On Jan. 20

Give MetroPlan Orlando Your Opinion on Paratransit Services Public Hearing The Transportation Disadvantaged Local Coordinating Board is seeking public input about ACCESS LYNX service in Central Florida. Tuesday, January 20, 2015 10:00 a.m.   MetroPlan Orlando (click here for directions)  315 East Robinson Street, Suite 355, Orlando, FL 32801   Comments from […]

Community Events

1000 Friends of Florida Upcoming Webinar: December 10 with Dale Allen

Join Dale Allen, President of the Florida Greenways and Trails Foundation, and Assistant Bureau Chief for the Office of Greenways and Trails Doug Alderson on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 for a 1000 Friends of Florida webinar highlighting the ongoing planning process for Florida’s system of regional greenways connectors, including major progress on the […]


Multi-Modal is A MUST For The Orange Avenue Corridor

A sizeable crowd gathered in late October at the Comfort Inn on Sand Lake Road to hear from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and Orange County about the plans to improve multi-modal travel along the Orange Avenue corridor – from Sand Lake Road to Hoffner Road, touching parts of […]