Investments in active transportation spur economic activity, especially in regards to commercial growth, tourism, increased property values, and improved tax revenues.
In April 2016, the City of Cape May received approval of grant funding from the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT).
Jump to: Seasonal Riding Tips | Events in NJ The weather forecast shows that spring is officially here! Now that freezing temperatures, snow, and shorter days are behind us, it is a great time to go for a bicycle ride. However, if your bicycle has been neglected during the winter months, it is important to … Continue reading Get Your Bicycle Ready for National Bike Month and Beyond!
On Sunday, April 24, 2016, New Brunswick will hold the first of four Ciclovía events this year. The New Brunswick Ciclovía opens the city’s streets to pedestrian and bicycle traffic to encourage active modes of transportation, community engagement, and healthy living. Pedestrians will be free to run, bike, walk, skate, dance, or amble the Ciclovía … Continue reading Ciclovia Returns to New Brunswick for its 4th Year
Camden City recently completed the Camden Circuit Trails Plan, thanks to the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Office of Bicycle and Pedestrian Programs Local Technical Assistance Program (LTA). This plan, managed by Coopers Ferry Partnership, was used to update the Camden portion of the 2010 GreenWay Trail Location Study showing all new construction and … Continue reading Camden Circuit Trails Plan Completed!
New Jersey’s Morris Canal is getting a new lease on life as a pedestrian and bicycle greenway. The Morris Canal Greenway Working Group, founded in 2012 by the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA), has successfully pushed to rehabilitate the 102 mile canal right of way into a new greenway – with ongoing projects in Clifton, Paterson, … Continue reading Morris Canal Greenway Makes Headway
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.
For the fifth consecutive year, Park(ing) Day returned to New Brunswick on Friday, September 18.
In celebration of Bike Month, the NJDOT released three new bicycle tours.