Local NJ Bike/Ped News Feed For May 1 – May 15, 2012

 

 

 

Fort Lee, NJ Cracking Down on ‘Dangerous Walking’ by Handing Out Summonses

CBS New York • May 10, 2012

 

Can ‘Bike Lane to Nowhere’ Jumpstart Long-Stalled Visions for a Greener JC?

Hudson Reporter • May 6, 2012

 

Camden County to Launch Bike Share

Mobilizing the Region • May 9, 2012

 

Update: Bicyclist Hit by Car on Route 1 has Died

Princeton Patch • May 7, 2012

 

Pedestrian Struck by Young Holmdel Driver in Old Manor

Holmdel Patch • May 12, 2012

 

Why Johnny Can’t Ride to School: Safe Routes on the National Stage

League of American Bicyclists • May 3, 2012

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NJ Bike/Ped Headlines

Kinnelon Church Organizes Bike Ride to Feed Hungry

Suburban Trends • April 30, 2012

Essex County Passes Complete Streets Law

The Monclair Times • April 30, 2012

Hunterdon’s ‘Bike to Work’ Month is Underway – Despite the Rain

Hunterdon County Democrat • May 3, 2012

Come to Kinnelon and Cycle to Fight Hunger

Suburban Trends • May 3, 2012

NJ Bicyclists Celebrate National Bike Month at these (and many other) May Cycling Events

NJ.com • May 1, 2012

‘Bike Swap and Sale’ for All Ages May 20 at Central Ave. School in Madison

Madison Eagle • May 4, 2012

Tour de What?

Baristanet • May 4, 2012

City Adds Downtown Parking for Bikes

Ocean City Patch • May 5, 2012

East Windsor Kicks Off Bike Safety Month with Helmet Giveaways

East Windsor Patch • May 7, 2012

Event Aims at Saving Cyclists’ Lives

The Princeton Packet • May 7, 2012

Greenway Clear Gritty Hurdle

The Wall Street Journal • May 8, 2012

DCA Joins Wildwood Officials to Break Ground for New ADA Compliant Pedestrian Ramp

Cape May County Herald • May 9, 2012

NJ Transit Considers Allowing Bicycle Passengers at All Train Stations

The Record • May 9, 2012

Reception for Author of Bicycle Racing History Book to Coincide with Tour de Montclair Next Week

The Montclair Times • May 10, 2012

Mahwah Woman Rides Coast to Coast for Those Who Can’t

Mahwah Suburban News • May 10, 2012

Street Plan Promises Safety for Fort Lee Pedestrians

Fort Lee Suburbanite • May 11, 2012

Guided Bike Tour of the “Other” Cape

Cape May County Herald • May 11, 2012

Nearly 700 Bike Across Bridge for National Police Unity Tour

Gloucester County Times • May 11, 2012

Planet Montclair: It’s Only Walk and Roll (But I Like It)

The Montclair Times • May 11, 2012

Bergen County’s 9W is a World-Class Cycling Destination

The Record • May 12, 2012

Bike Advocates Seek Safer Conditions

The Record • May 12, 2012

Elizabeth’s Annual Bike Race is a Lesson in History

The Star-Ledger • May 13, 2012

Poor Pedestrians More Likely to be Struck by Cars

Transportation Nation • May 14, 2012

Council Continues Exploring Bike Route Safely

Tri-Boro Patch • May 14, 2012

Charity Bike Ride to Oregon in Support of Toms River Foundation

Toms River Patch • May 14, 2012

Woodbine Walking School Bus Event

Cape May County Herald • May 14, 2012

Crash Report

Authorities: NJ Transit Bus Hits, Kills Woman

The Associated Press • April 30, 2012

Pedestrian Struck in Atlantic County

ABC News • May 5, 2012

Prosecutor: Woman Faces Vehicular Homicide Charge after Allegedly Hitting, Killing, Pedestrian

The Republic • May 6, 2012

Pedestrians Struck by Out-Of-Control Car in Camden

CBS • May 7, 2012

Pedestrian Struck at Hooper and Walnut

Toms River Patch • May 8, 2012

Teen Struck by Car, Taken to Hospital

Fair Lawn Patch • May 8, 2012

Woman Struck by Car on River Road; Driver Flees Scene

New Milford Patch • May 9, 2012

Three Pedestrians Struck by Cars in Montclair, Livingston

Bloomfield Patch • May 10, 2012

Opinion

What’s Lost When Kids Don’t Ride Bikes to School

National Public Radio • May 2, 2012

Can Bikes Replace Trucks to Deliver Goods in Cities? European Entrepreneurs Believe So

Transportation Nation • May 4, 2012

Audio: Confessions of Bike Abandoners

Transportation Nation • May 7, 2012

Do Passing Laws Really Protect Cyclists?

The Atlantic Cities • May 7, 2012

At Least Nine Bicyclists of the Mid-Atlantic Died in Traffic This Past Year

TBD • May 8, 2012

Public Transportation Systems are Leaving People with Disabilities Behind

Good • May 10, 2012

Why so Few Walk or Bike to School

Transportation Nation • May 11, 2012

National

FHWA: Small Investments in Bike/Ped Infrastructure Can Pay Off in a Big Way

DC Streets Blog • May 1, 2012

Bike Sharing Comes to Houston

Transportation Nation • May 3, 2012

Breaking: Citibank is Sponsor of NYC Bike Share, “Citibike”

Transportation Nation • May 7, 2012

Kids Who Get Driven Everywhere Don’t Know Where They’re Going

The Atlantic Cities • May 7, 2012

Bike as Paintbrush, City as Canvas

The Atlantic Cities • May 7, 2012

Bike-Share is for Short Trips, Not Four-Hour Jaunts

Streetsblog • May 8, 2012

First-Ever National Bike to School Day Gets Kids on Two Wheels – Safely

Fastlane Blog • May 9, 2012

New Survey Shows Overwhelming Support for Federal Investment in Bike-Ped

Streetsblog • May 9, 2012

Chicago Wants to Zero Out Traffic Fatalities by 2022

Transportation Nation • May 11, 2012

Getting More Women on Bikes

The Atlantic Cities • May 11, 2012

The Bike-Share Map: It’s Real, It’s Big, and It’s Only Getting Bigger

Streetsblog • May 11, 2012

Walk Score Launches Bike Score

The Atlantic Cities • May 14, 2012

Videos


Streetsblog • May 7, 2012

League of American Bicyclists • May 14, 2012

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