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
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
A comprehensive guide to buying a used bicycle.
Somerset County has adopted a Complete Streets Policy after passing a resolution on October 11, 2016.
Lisa Cintron joins the BPRC team as a Research Project Coordinator!
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
The Downtown Trenton Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan has been published!
On October 2 multiple streets in downtown New Brunswick will be converted into car-free avenues.
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
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.