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Coast to Coast Summit Makes History

Trail history was made in October.  The Office of Greenways and Trails (OGT), the Florida Greenways and Trails Foundation (FGTF), and FDOT hosted more than 140 planners,  business owners, elected officials, and trail enthusiasts in Winter Garden where ideas were exchanged about making the Coast to Coast  Connector (C2C) American’s best […]

Newsletter / People On Bikes

I-4 Ultimate: Pedestrian Bridge in Maitland

Walkers and bikers will one day be sauntering or scurrying across this eye-catching, 80 foot tall, 12-feet wide and 700-feet long pedestrian bridge that starts at Wymore Road and will connect to a bike/ped trail in Maitland. Fred Gottenmoeller is the architect and said it’s so complex it will be built in […]


Roundabouts to the Rescue….

As any pedestrian or cyclists knows, crossing the streets in this car-obsessed state can be an adrenalin-pumping rush or an unplanned trip to the hospital. State and local transportation planners, traffic engineers, and bike/ped advocates took note and are questioning the 20th century roadway design doctrines and looking at alternatives that […]


The Interconnected City: Orlando Bike Study

A bikeable city is one where people ride bicycles because it is a convenient, fun, safe, and healthy choice.  As the City of Orlando wraps up it’s bike study, expect a blueprint for a high-quality bicycle network that connects to places people want to go and provides a time-competitive travel option […]

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BWCF Chair & FDOT District Secretary Billy Hattaway: GOVERNING’S Public Official of the Year

GOVERNING just announced their top nine Public Officials of the year.  Our very own BWCF Chairman and FDOT District 1 Secretary Billy Hattaway took top honors for his outstanding accomplishments and notable positive impacton leading a statewide effort to make pedestrian safety a priority in Florida.  Yes, a state notorious for […]