Tag: complete streets

The City of Orlando gets Complete – Streets, that is

To become a world-class city, the City of Orlando is working to become more “complete” – with an addition of a Complete Streets policy that will help ensure that roads that are repainted and redesigned are done so with bicyclists, pedestrians, drivers, and transit users in mind. In September, the City of Orlando reviewed a […]

Complete Streets policy adopted in City of Longwood

As part of its commitment to provide safe transportation options for all users, the City of Longwood adopted a Complete Streets policy last month. It joins more than 720 agencies nationwide in the effort to integrate people and place into planning and designing of transportation networks and comes after the […]

Cape Coral adopts Complete Streets policy

Cape Coral residents are getting more walkable and bike-friendly streets, now that the Cape Coral City Council adopted a Complete Streets policy on Aug. 17 – joining the 720 cities around the country and 48 communities in Florida who are supporting the Complete Streets approach. In that area alone, Lee MPO, […]

Complete Streets’ demonstration project for Corrine Drive

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer delivered great news this week. The city applied for a $30,000 grant to create a Complete Streets demonstration project along the Corrine Drive (and Virginia Drive and Forrest Avenue) corridor. This corridor has been talked about for years, most recently by the Corrine Calming Coalition (C3) and […]

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 the state’s […]