Monthly Archives: July 2014

Celebration Fountain


Great view down Market Street in Celebration, FL Posted from WordPress for Android Advertisements

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How Parking Spaces Are Eating Our Cities Alive – CityLab


Parking eating entire cities! In car-dominated communities the space for all those cars consumes a LOT more land than you might think! http://www.citylab.com/commute/2014/07/how-parking-spaces-are-eating-our-cities-alive/374413/ Posted from WordPress for Android

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Diamond Square Redevelopment Plan


The Diamond Square Redevelopment Plan was updated a couple of months ago. Check it out: http://www.cocoafl.org/DocumentCenter/Home/View/184 Some good planning work has been done here!  Walkable Brevard is working with community leaders to help with implementing their improvement program.  Contact us … Continue reading

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903 Mills Market


903 Mills Market – Great Neighborhood Store/Cafe. I love this great little place just east of downtown Orlando. It’s the kind of place people walk or bike to. Has great food and beer and a cool, homey feel. Here is … Continue reading

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Claim Your Piece of the Road!


  Well, that’s one way to get drivers to recognize bikes as a legitimate form of tranport! #bikesastransporation

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The New Florida Dept of Transportation


Times they are a-changin’ at #FDOT!  The old rules at the top vs. The new way of thinking at the bottom.  Let’s help them keep moving in this direction!  (Picture via @msaplanner on Twitter) #contextsensitivestreets Posted from WordPress for Android

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Bikes Are Surprisingly Efficient


Cool article and series of maps showing which transportation mode is the quickest by length of trip in various cities – biking vs driving vs transit. Bikes are surprisingly efficient! http://m.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2014/07/07/why-cars-remain-so-appealing-even-in-cities-with-decent-public-transit/ Posted from WordPress for Android

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