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Bike/Walk Central Florida Welcomes Three New Board Members

Bike/Walk Central Florida (BWCF) is proud to announce three additional members are joining the organization’s board of directors. Patrick Panza, an urban planner, GIS specialist, and assistant planning manager for GAI’s Community solutions group; John Paul (JP) Weesner, a landscape architect at Kittelson Associates; and Douglas Henley, the vice president of Owens Realty Services, are welcomed onto […]

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Flashing Crosswalk Bills Don’t Advance

The 2020 Florida Legislative session wrapped up on Thursday, March 19, 2020. One bill was ultimately left on the table. Perhaps it was the immediate and necessary attention to nationwide health concerns involving COVID-19 that kept certain bills from advancing during this session. Another reason could be organized opposition. While […]

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Congress One Step Closer to Investing in Complete Streets

Pedestrian safety advocates across the nation are celebrating, as a plan to create safer streets moves forward in Congress. Dubbed Moving Forward Framework, the House Majority released its new transportation policy prioritizing saving people’s lives on our roadways, fixing crumbling infrastructure, cutting emissions in the transportation sector and connecting people […]

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Your Favorite Stories from 2019

We brought the content; you brought the interest. Want to see if the article you liked best made the list? Miss a story the first time around? Check out our top five most-read articles from 2019. They’re all about active transportation in and around Orlando. Bike 5 Cities was a […]

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UPDATE: Electric Scooters have Arrived in Orlando: What You Need to Know

Update 1/1: Electric scooters have officially arrived on the streets of Orlando. They are part of the city’s year-long pilot program. Read more about the safety measures City officials put in place below. Update 12/10: At their regular meeting, the Orlando City Commission unanimously passed a modified ordinance to launch […]