News feed for December 15, 2011 – January 15, 2012

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New Analysis Identifies Most Dangerous Roads for Bicyclists in Southern New Jersey Counties

Mobilizing the Region • December 30, 2011

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Study: Route 9 Most Dangerous Road for Bicyclists

Toms River Patch • December 1, 2011

Image Source: Reena Rose Sibayan - The Jersey Journal

Jersey City School Children in Greenville Learn About Pedestrian Safety

The Jersey Journal • December 8, 2011

Image Source:Joey Kulkin - The Trentonian

Woman Crossing Route 129 Struck, Killed by Trenton Fire Chief on His Way to Work

Mercer Regional News • December 10, 2011

Image Source:Dave Bergeland - The Record

Driver Who Struck Bicyclists in Saddle River to have Dec. 6 Court Appearance

North Jersey.com • December 1, 2011

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Making Jersey sustainable: Progress erodes while program makes gains

Asbury Park Press • December 29, 2011

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NJ Bike/Ped News

Study: Route 9 Most Dangerous Road for Bicyclists

Toms River Patch • December 1, 2011

Jersey City School Children in Greenville Learn About Pedestrian Safety

The Jersey Journal • December 8, 2011

Township Cancels Grant for Palermo Bike Path

Shore News Today • December 6, 2011

Study: Men, Child Pedestrians More Likely to be Struck

North Jersey.com • December 13, 2011

Arterial Roads Most Dangerous to Southern NJ Bicyclists

Transportation Nation • November 30, 2011

Mount Holly’s Mount to Get Spruced Up

Phillyburbs.com • December 1, 2011

Tri-county Bicyclists Safest in S. Jersey

CourierPostOnline • December 1, 2011

Wally: Marlboro’s Bike Guy

Malboro Patch • December 1, 2011

Union Activates Red-Light Safety Camera Program

Suburban News • December 1, 2011

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Pedestrian Safety in New Jersey

Mobilizing the Region • December 2, 2011

Number of Bicyclists Keeps Climbing, City Says

New York Times • December 8, 2011

Study Finds Cape May County to be Dangerous for Bike Riders

NBC 40 News • December 4, 2011

Galloway Township Receives $1,000 Sustainability Grant

Galloway Patch • December 6, 2011

Safe Foot Travel a Priority This Holiday Season

Morristown Patch • December 6, 2011

What’s in a Name? $250.

Mobilizing the Region • December 7, 2011

NJ Transit Delivers Train Safety Message to Students

North Jersey.com • December 7, 2011

Borough Awarded for Streetscape Redevelopment

Chatham Patch • December 9, 2011

Options Limited When it Comes to Making Route 9 Safer, Say Officials

Barnegat-Ocean Acres Patch • December 10, 2011

Newest Bike Lanes Installed in Hoboken

The Jersey Journal • December 10, 2011

Male Pedestrians More Likely to be Fatally Struck than Females along N.J. Roads

The Associated Press • December 13, 2011

River Vale Applies for ‘Safe Routes to School’ Grant

North Jersey.com • December 13, 2011

Kings Rd. Safety Projects Move Forward

Chatham Patch • December 13, 2011

Eroded Delaware Township Roads Popular with Cyclists, Pedestrians Prompt Speed Limit Worries

Hunterdon Democrat • December 13, 2011

Hoboken encourages cycling community with new self-service repair station at Hoboken Terminal

The Jersey Journal • December 19, 2011

Regional Trail Program Awards $5.2 Million to 18 Trail Projects

Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia • December 20, 2011

State-funded study to improve safety for bicyclists, pedestrians is under way in Pleasantville

Press of Atlantic City • December 21, 2011

Statistics show pedestrians at risk during holiday season

Asbury Park Press • December 21, 2011

Federal Grants Awarded For 49 New Jersey Trails Projects

NJ Today.net • December 21, 2011

Traffic study sought for busy downtown Linden intersection

My Central Jersey.com • December 23, 2011

Car turning into driveway strikes Newton pedestrian

New Jersey Herald • December 23, 2011

New Jersey State Police Seeking To Reduce Fatalities This Holiday Season

Toms River Patch • December 26, 2011

Traffic light impedes pedestrians from using refurbished sidewalk ramp in Hoboken

The Jersey Journal • December 26, 2011

Ocean Twp. adopts pedestrian, bicycle plan

Atlanticville • December 29, 2011

Be mindful of walkers

The Sparta Independent • December 29, 2011

2011 a lethal year on New Jersey’s roadways, as 635 lose their lives

NJ.com • January 1, 2012

Woodbine Makes Application for Safe Routes to School Program

Cape May County Herald • January 3, 2012

Snow removal requirement increased after ordinance passed in Hoboken

The Jersey Journal • January 4, 2012

Year-round cyclists know 9W

North Jersey.com • January 4, 2012

Change order wraps up bikeway section in West Milford

North Jersey.com • January 4, 2012

West Windsor receives state transit village designation

The Star-Ledger • January 4, 2012

S. Irving Bus Stop to be Relocated for Better Pedestrian Safety

Ridgewood – Glenn Rock Patch • January 5, 2012

Girl Scout encourages young students with Walk to School Day

Neighbor News – Boonton • January 5, 2012

South Jersey beach towns use slow winter months to shore up their boardwalks

Press of Atlantic City • January 6, 2012

Assemblyman probes usefulness of red light traffic cameras following YouTube video

The Star-Ledger • January 6, 2012

Gov. Christie signs bill to help development in urban transit hubs, including Jersey City

The Jersey Journal • January 7, 2012

New App Created for New Jersey Beaches, Forests and Parks

Collingswood Patch • January 8, 2012

News & Notes: Princeton area trails receive federal grant

The Daily Princetonian • January 9, 2012

NJ Crash Report

Driver Who Struck Bicyclists in Saddle River to have Dec. 6 Court Appearance

North Jersey.com • December 1, 2011

Bedminster Bicyclist Killed After Crash with Truck in Far Hills

The Star Ledger • December 1, 2011

Pedestrian Struck at Exit 15W Tolls in Kearny

The Jersey Journal • December 5, 2011

Car Slides, Runs Over Pedestrian’s Foot

WFMZ News • December 7, 2011

Woman Crossing Route 129 Struck, Killed by Trenton Fire Battalion Chief on His Way to Work

Mercer Regional News • December 10, 2011

Jersey City Woman, 58, Hospitalized After Being Hit Crossing Kennedy Boulevard in Bayonne

The Jersey Journal • December 13, 2011

Hillsdale Police Continue to Investigate Pedestrian Accident

North Jersey.com • December 13, 2011

Short Hills woman dies from injuries after being struck by car in Summit

Independent Press • December 22, 2011

27-year-old Rosenhayn man fatally struck by vehicle on Landis Avenue in Deerfield Twp.

The News of Cumberland County • December 27, 2011

Pedestrian hit by car and killed in Mount Laurel

phillyBurbs.com • December 28, 2011

Wayne man, 83, struck by car at Newark Airport

Cliffview Pilot • January 3, 2012

Pedestrian struck on Route 130 dies

phillyBurbs.com • January 6, 2012

Man accidentally walks into side of moving train

The Jersey Journal • January 7, 2012

NJ Bike/Ped Opinion Articles

Are Urban Bicyclists Just Elite Snobs?

Salon.com • December 4, 2011

Walkable Neighborhoods Gaining Popularity — Even in the Suburbs

The Huffington Post • December 6, 2011

Crosswalk Law is Still Confusing, But a Start

North Jersey.com • December 7, 2011

Actually, We Do Need More Bike Lanes: Two-Wheeled Commuters Doubled Since 2007

The New York Observer • December 8, 2011

Making Jersey sustainable: Progress erodes while program makes gains

Asbury Park Press • December 29, 2011

National Bike/Ped News

All of the Lights: San Francisco Illuminates Night Biking with Free Lights

Good.is • December 9, 2011

Bike Lane-less Dallas Inches Forward

Streetsblog.org • December 13, 2011

101 Things We Love About Cycling

Bicycling.com

Bike/Ped Videos

Giant Bicycles (Australia Division)• 2011

Streetsblog.org • December 12, 2011

Dangerous Intersections: Canal and Lafayette from Streetfilms on Vimeo.

Streetsblog.org • December 9, 2011

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