Local NJ Bike/Ped News Feed October 17th – October 30th, 2015

By Ganlin Huang

NJ Bike/Ped Headlines

The making of a cross-Hudson pedestrian bridge proposal
CapitalNewYork.com – October 28th

‘Bike Ride and Bands’ festival planned to oppose Liberty State Park development
NJ.com – October 28th

Trail steward orientation to be held Oct. 31 at Trailside
Union News Daily – October 27th

Ocean City honored for Complete Streets policies
ShoreNewsToday.com – October 27th

PRINCETON: Town to use grant for bike-sharing program and stations
CentralJersey.com – October 27th

More than 19K trips taken on Citi Bike Jersey City, mayor says
NJ.com – October 27th

7th Annual Walk for Education a Success
Patch.com – October 23rd

Bergenfield police introducing new traffic safety campaign
NorthJersey.com – October 22nd

Westfield Rotary Club Holding Used Bicycle Drive
Patch.com – October 21st

New Brunswick Bike Exchange turns trash into treasure
The Daily Targum – October 21st

DEP commissioner: Agency starting with ‘blank slate’ in review of Wharton forest trails
Burlington County Times – October 20th

Sidewalk Installation on Edgehill Street in Princeton This Week
Patch.com – October 18th

Crash Report

Pedestrian hit in Jersey City dies
New Jersey Herald – October 28th

Trenton woman charged in Morrisville crash that injured pedestrian
Bucks County Courier Times – October 26th

Fatal accident closes Route 18 in Marlboro
New Jersey 101.5 – October 26th

Bicyclist killed in hit-and-run crash in Rockaway, mayor says
NJ.com – October 23rd

Pedestrian killed in Howell crash
App.com – October 22nd

Man convicted in hit-and-run that killed pedestrian
New Jersey Herald – October 21st

Teen suffers head, internal injuries after being hit by car
NJ.com – October 20th

Woman hit by car in Manchester in critical condition, police say
NJ.com – October 18th

Perth Amboy man injured by train
myCentralJersey.com – October 18th

Pedestrian killed on AC Expressway
CourierPostOnline.com – October 17th

Opinion

When a Fence Becomes a Bike Rack
The New York Times – October 24th

People don’t have to die on our roads
Delaware Online – October 19th

National

Chicago beats bike lane goal, plans to build more
Chicago Sun-Times – October 29th

Bronx River Greenway Gets a $10 Million Boost From TIGER
Streetsblog.org – October 28th

Some of the Most Dangerous Intersections in America
CityLab.com – October 27th

Moving Beyond “Drive-to Urbanism”
Streetsblog.com – October 27th

Citi Bike might have to let city know if it’s making any money
New York Post – October 27th

Crosstown Bike Lanes Get a Look
NYPress.com – October 27th

The Long-Term Impact of a Month Without Cars
CityLab.com – October 26th

The Inside Story of How Chicago Built the Dearborn Street Bike Lane
Streetsblog.org – October 26th

Eyes on the Street: The First Avenue Bike Lane Gap Is Shrinking
Streetsblog.org – October 23rd

Can the Least-Loved Bike Infrastructure Be Improved?
CityLab.com – October 23rd

Cornell Tech to Study “Bike Helix” for Roosevelt Island Campus Access
Streetsblog.org – October 22nd

Residents Call for Better Crosstown Bike Routes on the Upper East Side
Streetsblog.org – October 22nd

Cross-country Citi Biker punched in the face by angry driver
Streetsblog.org – October 22nd

When Opaque Bikeway Planning Leads to Missed Opportunities
Streetsblog.org – October 22nd

Seattle Is Improving Its Bike Trails With a Garage-Built ‘Frankenbike’
CityLab.com – October 21st

Confirmed: CicLAvia Means Better Air Quality for Angelenos
CityLab.com – October 20th

6 Big European Cities With Plans to Go Car-Free
CityLab.com – October 20th

What Would a ‘Cycling Utopia’ Look Like?
CityLab.com – October 19th

Video

What Passing Cyclists and Peeing in Urinals Have in Common
CityLab.com – October 29th

A PSA About Biking to Work That Needs No Translation
Streetsblog.org – October 27th

Streetfilms Shorties: Fix the Dysfunctional Chrystie Street Bike Lane
Streetsblog.org – October 26th

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