OUR VISION: Recreating safer places for cyclists and pedestrians in SWFL.

Streets Alive of SWFL

Streets Alive of SWFL was formerly known as Streets Alive Lee, a project born in 2011 with the Healthy Lee Coalition and the support of the Florida Department of Health in Lee County and completely run with the help of volunteers. Streets Alive Lee was thought to be an actualization of the global phenomenon known as “Ciclovía.” The concept of Ciclovía (translation from Spanish is “bike path”), began in the city of Bogotá, Colombia in 1976. More Info >>

What areas in SWFL are problems for people on bikes and walking?

Click on the map below to see crashes around Southwest Florida. Data is updated through 2017.


Bike Riding Safety


Walking Safety

"3 Feet" Bumper Sticker Initiative

Kindness and respect for people riding their bicycles giving it a “thumbs up” Be part of the change you wish to see in this community!
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Special Events


Your contribution helps Streets Alive achieve our mission to educate, equip, and inspire others to positively influence our community for good. Together we can reduce cycling and pedestrian fatalities and save lives!

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Streets Alive SWFL
Streets Alive SWFL
CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS!!!

We are gearing up to giveaway (FREE) 500 helmets during ArtFest Fort Myers February 1st and 2nd and we are still in need for volunteers specially Sunday shifts.

Come enjoy the festival and be part of the change with us!

Follow the link below and sign up!!!

#volunteer #bethechange #wehopetoseeyouthere

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/87365180607
Streets Alive SWFL
Streets Alive SWFL
FREE!
Streets Alive of SWFL will be giving away 500 bicycle helmets for children in SWFL during ArtFest in downtown Fort Myers this coming weekend Feb. 1st and 2nd.
Come to the art yard, look for the Publix tent...
And pass this on!

Building community through art and safety @artfestfortmyers @streetsaliveswfl

#BeTheChange
#Bicyclesafety
#useyourhead
#wearahelmet

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