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Last Day to Submit Ideas for the Miami Public Space Challenge is April 1st Visit http://ourmiami.org/get-engaged/our-programs/public-space-challenge/ to submit your idea and vote for others! Tomorrow is the deadline to submit ideas for The Miami Foundation’s Public Space Challenge. Let us fund your organization’s ideas to connect Miamians …Read more →
America Walks Free “Take Action” Webinar Series Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper – And Healthier Register Here. America Walks is excited to announce the next free webinar in its second series of 2015, “Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper – And Healthier.” This webinar is part of the “Take Action at the Local Level” webinar series that calls upon individuals …Read more →
State safety officials raise concerns about distracted walking Angel Streeter Sun Sentinel Original story at: http://www.southflorida.com/fl-distracted-walking-20150327-story.html Do you walk and text? You could be putting yourself at risk. Distracted drivers attached to their cell phones have been getting plenty of heat in recent years for making South Florida roads more dangerous. But pedestrians walking and …Read more →
Proposal would turn empty site into park By Don Crinklaw Forum Publishing Group The former site of Fort Lauderdale’s Building Department, now empty for roughly a decade, has aspirations to become a community park. That is, if local residents have anything to say about it. Residents of the city’s Flagler Village neighborhood have begun a …Read more →
North Lauderdale explores complete-streets concept Arun Sivasankaran firstname.lastname@example.org Original article: http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/north-lauderdale/fl-sf-nlstreets-0311-20150306-story.html The city organized a walking audit in October last year. North Lauderdale has joined a growing list of cities that have realized that a right of way should be designed for more than just vehicular traffic. At a recent workshop, city officials, staff …Read more →