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Orange County Mayor reminds students to keep their Eyes Up & Ears Open

Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs has safety on her mind as students head back to school following summer break. This comes as no surprise, as Mayor Jacobs has always been passionate about keeping walkers and bikers safe along county roadways. Her commitment is reflected through Orange County’s Walk-Ride-Thrive pedestrian safety initiative […]

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Orlando Sentinel: County, UCF deal should mean students cross safer roads

The University Blvd./Alafaya Trail area beside the University of Central Florida (UCF) is challenging for people on foot and bikes. With its high speed limits and wide roadway, several people have been killed and more than 200 injured since 2006. After an extensive pedestrian study that began in 2014, the […]

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Light up the streets on Dec. 2

Join Alert Today Alive Tomorrow and the University of Central Florida for a bicycle ride to promote bicyclist safety and visibility. Jazz up your bike with lights and you may even win the prize for best, bright bike! The ride is taking place on December 2, 2016 and the CFE […]

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UCF needs more crosswalks, better lighting, study says

Roads around the University of Central Florida need a major makeover, according to a UCF Area Pedestrian Safety Study from the Orange County Transportation Planning Division. UCF area more walking and biking friendly for the 61,000 include the standard – more crosswalks, lightening, shrubbery, and making turn lanes sharper – […]

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May is National Bike Month – 5 more ways to celebrate

Wait. Didn’t we just celebrate Bike Month? Yes and no.  March is Florida Bike Month.  But now it’s time to celebrate all across the U.S. with National Bike Month – hosted by the League of American Bicyclists. Established in 1956, this monthly celebration has been a thing for 60 years! You […]