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GROW AMERICA Act May Add Special Bike & PED Funding

The GROW AMERICA Act is a $478 billion, six-year transportation reauthorization proposal that provides increased and stable funding for our nation’s highways, bridges, transit, and rail systems. This new proposal would require states to use at least 30% of some highway safety grant funds on pedestrian and bicycle safety if […]

Mayor Jacob’s Accepts the Challenge and the BCC Views the Pine Hills Improvement Plan: All in a Day’s Work
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Mayor Jacob’s Accepts the Challenge and the BCC Views the Pine Hills Improvement Plan: All in a Day’s Work

  Tuesday was a great day for peds in Orange County.  Mayor Jacob’s announced her participation in the USDOT Mayor’s Challenge for Safer Streets, Safer People. Click here to see the video footage. “Today I would like to announce that we are joining the USDOT’s Mayor’s Challenge for Safer People, Safer […]

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Thrilled the USDOT is coming out PRO-PED

In front of more than 1,000 attendees at the Pro Walk Pro Bike Pro Place conference, the U.S. Department of Transportation officially announced that they will commit themselves to providing safer streets for pedestrians and cyclists under their “Safer People, Safer Streets” Action Plan. As stated by U.S. Secretary of […]