Local NJ Bike/Ped News Feed April 16th – May 2nd, 2016

By Lorena Guadiana

NJ Bike/Ped Headlines

Will new signs make Newton crosswalks safer?
New Jersey Herald – April 28, 2016

‘Caught You’ initiative promotes bike safety in Salem County
NJ.com – April 26, 2016

Tour de Franklin raises $78K for N.J. food bank
NJ.com – April 26, 2016

Westfield honors school crossing guards
NJ.com – April 22, 2016

Flemington Pedestrian Safety Campaign Wrapping Up; Feedback Wanted
TapInto.net – April 29, 2016

Morristown ordinance would ban bikes from downtown sidewalks
MorristonGreen.com – April 25, 2016

Crash Report

Jersey City man fatally struck by vehicle in Bayonne, police say
NJ.com – April 27, 2016

NJ biker dies in head-on crash at Delaware Water Gap
NJ.com – April 24, 2016

Crossing guard’s death prompts another call for Route 129 safety
Nj.com – April 21, 2016


Another Bike Safety Win from the Netherlands: Light Up Intersections
City Lab – April 27, 2016

Bicycles are Instantaneous Teleportation Devices, Says Science
People for Bikes – April 26, 2016

Phoenix’s Incredibly Gruesome Graphic Novels Emphasize Bike Safety
City Lab – April 26, 2016

Eyes on the Street: Pulaski Bridge Bikeway Looks Ready for a Ribbon-Cutting
StreetsBlog – April 25, 2016

Three Easy Ways Small Businesses Can Be Bike-Friendly
People for Bikes – April 20, 2016

Fifty Cities with the Greenest Commutes
Washington Top News – April 18, 2016

Identifying the Safest Intersection Designs for Cyclists
CityLab – April 18, 2016

Fixing the American Commute
Curbed – April 27, 2016

A New Blueprint for Streets That Put Transit Front and Center
StreetsBlog USA – April 15, 2016

New Blueprint Spreads the Gospel of Overnight Bike Lanes
Next City – April 18, 2016


Pedestrian risk on Springfield Avenue in Cranford | Letter
NJ.com – April 25, 2016

Our Infrastructure Fails Seniors Who Don’t Drive, And That’s A Problem For Everyone
Fast Co.Exist – April 19, 2016


The Bad Old Days of the Pulaski Bridge
Streetfilms –April 29, 2016


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