The Big Jump Project is a three-year effort to help 10 places achieve a big jump in biking.
On May 17, 2016 in honor of Bike to Work Week, Redfin posted an article titled “The Top 10 Most Bikeable Downtowns.”
On September 27th, the first annual Open Streets MTC took place in Montclair.
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.
Find out where you can take your last epic bike ride before winter arrives.
The Jersey Shore offers some of the most scenic bicycling in the state.
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.
New Jersey is replete with events in June, July and August that will bathe cyclists in warm weather, sun and smiles.