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
Some states have already passed legislation clarifying e-bikes’ place on the road.
Bicycling has the potential to take on a big role in reducing the negative effects of climate change.
New FHWA policies could be a boon for Complete Streets.
The Transit Village Initiative promotes the redevelopment of the areas surrounding train stations as pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use communities.
Over the past few years, the City of Camden has taken strides toward building a more bicycle friendly community.
Bergen County recently completed the Central Bergen Bicycle & Pedestrian Plans with support from the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority.
There are at least six different types of bicycle infrastructure.
Contrary to popular stereotypes, bicycle riders come from many demographic and socioeconomic groups.
After much research, the FHWA has introduced design guidelines for implementing separated bicycle lanes.