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Fortune-Lakeshore Trail Improvement Map
News To Use / Trails

New Osceola Trail Includes Ped Safety Upgrades

The Fortune-Lakeshore Multi-Use Trail Project in Osceola County, Florida, is currently underway! The new 10-foot-wide trail will run along Fortune Rd. and East Lakeshore Blvd. and connect U.S. Highway 192 to an existing St. Cloud trailhead. Spanning approximately seven miles, the Fortune-Lakeshore Trail will ensure the safety of multiple users […]

Seminole Wekiva Trail Crossing
News To Use / Newsletter / People On Foot

11 Law Enforcement Agencies Team Up to Protect Trail Users

As summer approaches, largest ‘crosswalk crackdown’ to date focuses on trail crossings Trail use soared during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, and recent counts indicate that the trend in trail popularity continues. As the school year winds down and summer vacations commence, drivers need to be extra cautious and should expect […]

News To Use / People On Foot

Operations Remind Drivers to Stop for Pedestrians While Reports Emphasize Dangers in Region for People Walking

As two major reports in March again named Central Florida the most dangerous region in the nation for pedestrians, Best Foot Forward coalition partners continued working hard to change that trend. Six law enforcement agencies across three counties took part in Operation Best Foot Forward, a high-visibility enforcement operation aimed […]

People On Foot

Spring Forward: Wake-up Call to Drivers Not Stopping for Pedestrians in Marked Crosswalks

On a warm, sunny day in March, people driving through the heart of downtown Kissimmee came upon an unusual sight—business owners, downtown residents, even elementary children lined the streets. They were shouting positive messages and holding signs that said things like, “Slow down to see Kissimmee… speed up to see […]

People On Foot

Media Alert: Springing into Daylight Saving Time Brings Increased Driver and Pedestrian Danger

A new study shows traffic crashes spike during the first six days following the switch to Daylight Saving Time, pinning the causes on adjusting to darker morning commutes to work or school and sleep deprivation. That’s why Orange and Osceola County officers and deputies from five agencies will conduct a […]