Progress Report: Borough of Bay Head Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan

Things are moving along for bicyclists and pedestrians in the Borough of Bay Head, New Jersey. In December of 2015, the Ocean County municipality and popular shore destination adopted a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan under the guidance of Complete Streets visioning.  Seven months later, in July of 2016, Bay Head Momentum, a local non-profit … Continue reading Progress Report: Borough of Bay Head Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan

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NJ Bike/Ped News Feed October 14 – November 11, 2016

Our biweekly News Feed provides you with convenient links on the latest news in the bicycle and pedestrian world. NJ Bike/Ped Headlines Hoboken PD to launch ‘Walk Safe’ pedestrian campaign October 17, 2016 – Patch.com Opinion: Boy’s death a call to action (again) against jitney bus drivers October 18, 2016 – NJ.com Speeding targeted on … Continue reading NJ Bike/Ped News Feed October 14 – November 11, 2016

NJ Bike/Ped News Feed October 1 – October 13, 2016

Our biweekly News Feed provides you with convenient links on the latest news in the bicycle and pedestrian world. NJ Bike/Ped Headlines Princeton intends to be a ‘Street Smart’ town September 29, 2016 – CentralJersey.com Put the Brakes on Fatalities day to be part of Traffic Safety Awareness Month October 1, 2016 – NewJerseyHills.com Bringing … Continue reading NJ Bike/Ped News Feed October 1 – October 13, 2016

NJ Bike/Ped News Feed September 1 – September 30, 2016

Our biweekly News Feed provides you with convenient links on the latest news in the bicycle and pedestrian world. NJ Bike/Ped Headlines All 523 fatal crashes in N.J. last year on a single map September 13, 2016 – NJ.com Road Warrior: Why are road deaths becoming more commonplace? September 15, 2016, NorthJersey.com 4 questions about … Continue reading NJ Bike/Ped News Feed September 1 – September 30, 2016

ITE Journal Publishes “Fear: A Silent Barrier to Bicycling Black and Hispanic Communities”

Mr. Brown looks at why Black and Hispanic individuals cited personal safety as their number two barrier to bicycling, second only to a fear of traffic collisions.