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Victor Dover at Rollins College

Victor Dover, Past Chair of the Congress for New Urbanism, and principal-in-harge at Dover, Kohl & Partners, spoke at Rollins College recently and asked the audience – how they would identify a successful streetscape?  Answers ranged from width of the street to cleanliness to the number of connections made by […]

Coast to Coast Connector Map as of January 2014
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Coast to Coast Connector Map as of January 2014

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Green Works Orlando Calls for Cycling Enthusiasts’ Feedback

Do you cycle to work or a recreational rider? The City of Orlando wants to hear from you. Contribute your ideas for new bike projects and become a part of the Orlando Bicycle Trail Plan Study.  The City has contracted with HDR to perform a yearlong study exploring local and […]

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Seminole County Seeks 1-cent Sales Tax for TRAILS…

It looks like Seminole County will be asking voters in a special election on May 20 to increase sales tax one penny to fund roads, trails and schools.  Today the sales tax is 6 cents, the lowest in the region. Elected officials say the dollars will be used to maintain […]

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Update on the Coast to Coast Connector

Florida bicyclists’ may see their wishes coming true this year- a safe, continuous bike trail connecting Central Florida’s coastlines. The Coast-to-Coast Connector is back on the legislative agenda to fill in the gaps between existing bike trails across the state.   Despite getting vetoed by the governor last year, Sen. Andy […]