2016's highlights in active transportation & complete streets, in no particular order.
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
Somerset County has adopted a Complete Streets Policy after passing a resolution on October 11, 2016.
The Downtown Trenton Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan has been published!
The township of Pemberton recently released its new Complete Streets Policy and Plan.
Millburn is officially ready to break ground on its Complete Streets initiative. On March 15, the Essex County township unanimously approved a bond ordinance for $8.2 million, and will make a down payment of $391,000 to get the project rolling. Millburn mayor Ted Bourke, who has been involved with the project since its conception in … Continue reading Millburn Ready to Break Ground on Complete Streets
News Spotlight | April 2nd - April 16th, 2016: Smart Growth America Releases its Annual Best Complete Streets Policies of 2015 +"The Best Complete Streets Policies of 2015," Smart Growth America, April 2016 This week Smart Growth America came out with its annual report and rankings of Complete Streets policies, and once again New Jersey was … Continue reading Smart Growth America Releases Its Annual Best Complete Streets Policies of 2015
On January 28th and 29th the New Jersey chapter of the American Planning Association hosted its annual Conference in New Brunswick.
New FHWA policies could be a boon for Complete Streets.
In August 2015, the City of New Brunswick, Middlesex County, and Dewberry Consulting held a public forum on proposed changes to Livingston Avenuen