Join the Best Foot Forward movement. Its success depends on every resident, neighborhood group and community coming together and working toward one common purpose— people before cars.
That’s why BFF seeks your ideas to make walking a “normal” activity by identifying problematic areas and hammering out solutions that match realities in your neighborhood. We can’t do it alone. BFF relies on the support of community partners and neighbors across the region to achieve progress.
Here are just a few ways you can get involved and help foster an understanding that it is within our power to make every street safe, walkable and friendly.
- As a driver, watch and stop for people crossing the street
- Use special care when turning at intersections, watching for pedestrians–especially during right-on-red turns
- Be alert for children
- As a pedestrian, always use a crosswalk
- Be aware and courteous of other road users
Your donation of $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, or $500, can go a long way. In the BFF program, we know how to stretch a buck. But we’ve got a lot of real estate to cover. There are 21 incorporated cities and towns in the greater Orlando metro, an equal number of engineering and police departments, three school districts, three sheriff’s offices, and countless neighborhood associations and faith-based groups. It’s a big job, and we are grateful for every dollar you can spare to help us save lives and create a healthier, more civil community.
Is there a particularly dangerous crosswalk in your life? Maybe it’s right outside your neighborhood. Maybe you drive past it on your way to work. Maybe you have to use it in order to go to the grocery store or the gas station.
BFF is always interested in taking suggestions for future crosswalks to monitor. Contact us and tell us the exact location, and what makes it so dangerous.
No one knows the streets like the people who live in the community.
The Best Foot Forward Community Outreach team is always looking for new opportunities to spread the message of pedestrian safety and Florida’s driver yield law. Invite BFF to your community event, or ask us to give a presentation to your local neighborhood or homeowners’ group. BFF also offers speakers and safety presentations for schools, both public and private.
Contact BFF today to set up your event.
Are you passionate about pedestrian safety? Do you love talking to people and helping them? If so, you should consider becoming part of the BFF Community Outreach team. You’ll be the program’s representative at community events and give presentations on the driver yield law to neighborhood and homeowners’ groups. Contact us if you’re interested in learning more about a possible position.