Walking has a great amount of health benefits and serves as a mode of transportation.
Investments in active transportation spur economic activity, especially in regards to commercial growth, tourism, increased property values, and improved tax revenues.
Last year, a group of Jersey City residents, under the banner of the Liberty Bridge Organization, proposed a 5,000 foot long pedestrian and bicycle bridge across the Hudson River.
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Statistics about seniors and bicycling show large increase in bicycling among the senior population since 1995.
Somerville recent pedestrian upgrades offer a shining example for other New Jersey cities.