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UPDATE: Crossing the Street Blindfolded Gives People New Perspective on Pedestrian Safety

Update: October 23, 2019 Would you feel safe crossing the street with your eyes closed? On Friday, October 18, dozens of people experienced what it’s like to cross the street while blind or visually impaired at an event in honor of National Blind Americans Equality Day. With assistance, attendees crossed […]

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BWCF Welcomes New Board Member Kelly Morphy

This month, Bike/Walk Central Florida will welcome a new addition to its Board of Directors. Kelly Morphy has decades of experience when it comes to working to establish better conditions for bikers and walkers. See her official bio below: Kelly Morphy Kelly helps neighborhoods and towns become healthier, better connected, […]

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UPDATE: A New Path for Bicyclists in Downtown Orlando

Update: August 5 Bike/Walk Central Florida staff and board members attended the most recent meeting of the City of Orlando’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee. The meeting was solely focused on the Downtown Gap Study. As previously stated, the city is working to find the best path to put a […]

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Bike/Ped Technology: Credible or Questionable?

Engineers are hard at work every day, innovating new ways to make roads safer for walkers and bikers. From protected bike lanes to zombie crosswalk lights, there have been countless attempts to protect all road users. But, not all of these imaginative solutions are created equal. So, we’re reviewing a […]

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The new meaning of “Stop” to Arkansas bikers

Imagine you’re biking on a hilly road in Arkansas. As you start to coast down a particularly steep incline, you spot a stop sign perched at the bottom of the ascent, marking an intersection. You can clearly see there are no drivers approaching from any direction, but as your speed […]