The City of Kissimmee is joining the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and other organizations in bringing community awareness and celebrating the statewide Mobility Week which will take place from October 30 through November 6, 2020.
The City of Kissimmee’s elected officials and staff came together and developed a strategic plan focused on creating an effective transportation system in the city making it possible for residents and visitors to safely walk, ride their bike, take the train, or take a bus ride to their destination. By incorporating different ways to travel around Kissimmee, the City has become one of the few Central Florida locations to access different transportation modes directly and simply.
FDOT has also debuted the Mobility Week Virtual Conference Center to increase availability to more people throughout the state. By visiting the Mobility Week Virtual Conference Center, people can learn about innovative programs and projects by exploring a series of virtual rooms representing different regions. Learn more about the Virtual Conference Center at virtual.mobilityweekfl.com.
Mobility Week also features a statewide bicycle challenge known as the Love to Ride Florida challenge, and the City of Kissimmee has registered. The competition kicks off on October 30 and lasts through November 30, 2020. For more information and to register, go to www.lovetoride.net/florida.
Positively Osceola would like to thank the City of Kissimmee for its commitment to improving transportation in and around Kissimmee!