Post Tagged with: "Seminole County"

Featured / People On Foot

Media Alert: Seminole County Puts Its ‘Best Foot Forward’: 17 Partners Join Coalition

The message of pedestrian safety and Florida’s driver yield law is spreading. 17 new partners including Seminole County, six cities, their respective law enforcement, Seminole Public Schools, Seminole crossing guards, the local health department and more are joining Best Foot Forward. Seminole County’s 17 new partners will join 21 existing […]

News To Use / Trails

It’s National Bike Month: Find Your Perfect Bike Route

National Bike Month is a great opportunity for all riders, new and experienced, to explore the expansive network of trails Central Florida has to offer. To find your perfect bike route, check out the resources below and get connected to maps and descriptions of trails. No matter what your riding style, there’s […]

BFF talks expansion into Seminole County
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BFF talks expansion into Seminole County

Amanda Day, Executive Director of Bike/Walk Central Florida, presented to the Seminole County board of commissioners to talk about metro Orlando’s problem – the one that has us consistently ranked as the most deadly place to walk in the country. The pedestrian safety initiative, Best Foot Forward (BFF), works to combat this […]

Featured / Newsletter

MetroPlan Orlando reports bike/ped injuries and fatalities still on the rise

MetroPlan Orlando has released its latest pedestrian and bicyclist crash trends report for the tri-county area (Orange County, Osceola County and Seminole County). The report reviewed injury and fatality crash data between 2007 and 2015. Some good news. MetroPlan Orlando reports bike/ped-related crashes are increasing less near Downtown Orlando. But […]

Community Events

Salute veterans at Seminole Cyclefest

Veterans’ Day is coming up Wednesday, Nov. 11, but the city of Sanford is planning an early celebration Nov. 8 for bicyclists: Seminole Cyclefest. The starting ceremony offers a military color-guard presentation, comments from veterans and the national anthem. Cyclists can choose between a 25-mile ride or a 62-mile ride beginning at […]