NJ Bike Ped News Feed for February 1 – February 15, 2012

New DOT Committee Presents Recommendations on Ways to Reduce Train-Related Deaths

The Star-Ledger • February 8, 2012

 
 

Taking Count of Cyclists, Walkers, Changes in Philly Region

Newsworks.org • February 6, 2012

 
 

Egg Harbor City Maps Out a Safer Commute for its Students

Press of Atlantic City • February 4, 2012

 
 

Update: Police Identify Pedestrian Killed on Route 47

Cape May Herald • February 1, 2012

 
 

Trenton Man Struck, Killed Crossing Rt. 129

The Times • February 1, 2012

 
 

Look, Dad! No Hands! The Travails of Teaching Kids to Bike in the City

Grist.org • February 6, 2012

 
 

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NJ Bike/Ped News

Campgaw Terrific for Bikes, Too

NorthJersey.com • February 1, 2012

New Brunswick Man Pleads Not Guilty in Hit-and-Run Accident that Killed Bicyclist

The Star-Ledger • February 1, 2012

Maplewood Looks to Adopt ‘Complete Streets’ Policy

Maplewood Patch • February 1, 2012

Road, Trail Repairs Progressing After Last Year’s Storms

Pocono Record • February 1, 2012

Bike Ramp Coming to Ben Franklin Bridge

Mobilizing the Region • February 1, 2012

Upgrades Eyed for Atlantic City in State Plan

Associated Press • February 1, 2012

Somerville to Learn Price of Makeover of Division Street as ‘Coolest Street in New Jersey’

Somerset Messenger-Gazette • February 2, 2012

Transportation Subcommittee Chair Says Bipartisan Senate Transit Bill will Deliver $63 Million More Per Year to NJ

The Paramus Post • February 2, 2012

Frenchtown Council Forms Street Safety Advisory Committee

Hunterdon County Democrat • February 2, 2012

Lawrence to Create ‘Green Map’ of Community

The Times • February 6, 2012

Menendez Pushes Senate Transportation Bill; Pascrell Says House Measure Would Harm Transit Funding

Northjersey.com • February 6, 2012

Deptford Woman Pleads Guilty in 2010 Drunk Driving Accident that Killed Bicyclist

Gloucester County Times • February 6, 2012

Halter’s Cycles in Monmouth Junction All About the Love of Riding

South Brunswick Patch • February 8, 2012

Towns to Receive Planning Assistance from EPA

Mobilizing the Region • February 8, 2012

Officials Announce New Jersey Transit Safety Measures

New Providence Patch • February 8, 2012

Morristown in the Middle: Leaders Envision Town’s Sustainable Future

The Daily Record • February 8, 2012

NJ Transit to Test New Rail Crossing Sign

Courier Post Online • February 9, 2012

Safety Improvements Planned for Franklin Lakes Grade Crossing

NorthJersey.com • February 9, 2012

Tewksbury Trail Association to Hold Annual Meeting on March 2

Hunterdon County Democrat • February 10, 2012

Cycling’s New Spin

The Hudson Reporter • February 12, 2012

Go The Distance For Autism Bike Event Raises Funds For Autism Education

Paramus Post • February 13, 2012

 

Crash Report

Turnpike Maintenance Worker Struck by Car near Exit 14

The Jersey Journal • February 1, 2012

Woman Struck by Train at Grove Street PATH Station

The Jersey Journal • February 2, 2012

Uninvolved Woman Fakes Injuries after Millville Car Crash, Witnesses Say

The News of Cumberland County • February 3, 2012

Pedestrian Struck, Killed In Burlington County

February 4, 2012 • February 4, 2012

Woman in Wheelchair Struck by Car

New Jersey Herald • February 8, 2012

Pedestrian Struck in Plainsboro Remains in Critical Condition

The Times • February 9, 2012

Bayonne Woman Struck in Hit-and-Run in Jersey City

The Jersey Journal • February 13, 2012

 

Opinion

Editorial: Safe, Accessible Bike and Pedestrian Paths in Raritan Township Benefit Everyone

Hunterdon County Democrat • February 4, 2012

Bad Federal Transportation Bill Even Worse for N.J.

The Star-Ledger • February 5, 2012

A Bill of Goods: With Their Latest Transportation Bill, GOP Sides with the Suburbs

Grist.org • February 6, 2012

Personal Health: Giving City Streets Built-In Safety Features

The New York Times • February 7, 2012

Advice From a 70-Year-Old Cyclist

The New York Times • February 13, 2012

LaHood Heaps More Criticism on “Lousy” House Transpo Bill

Transportation Nation • February 13, 2012

 

National Bike/Ped News

Might a better NYPD policy have saved confused pedestrian’s life?

Staten Island Advance • February 2, 2012

Amendment to Restore Bike/Ped Programs in House Transpo Bill Fails

Streetsblog.org • February 2, 2012

A Bay Area Experiment in Electric Bike Sharing

The New York Times • February 6, 2012

Bikes Belong to Help Six Cities Build Protected Bikeways

Streetsblog.org • February 8, 2012

European Cities Allowing Bikes to Run Red Lights

Transportation Nation • February 9, 2012

Denver Is Urged to Hit the Sidewalks

The New York Times • February 13, 2012

Cardin-Cochran Amendment Would Boost Local Control of Bike-Ped Funding

Streetsblog.org • February 14, 2012

 

Bike/Ped Videos


New Jersey Transit • February 2, 2012


Grist.org • February 2, 2012

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