2016's highlights in active transportation & complete streets, in no particular order.
The Downtown Trenton Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan has been published!
The township of Pemberton recently released its new Complete Streets Policy and Plan.
New FHWA policies could be a boon for Complete Streets.
Providing adequate infrastructure for all modes of transportation at and around stations helps solve the “first-mile/last-mile” problem for commuters.
While the state, counties, and municipalities often do an excellent job of clearing the roadway, bicycle lanes and sidewalks are often left untouched.
Capital Improvement Plans are used to prioritize community planning and break up finances into phases for execution over many years.
Although both Shared Space and Complete Street strategies share the same goals, the tactics to achieve those ends vary.
There is still a great deal of work to be done on bicycle and pedestrian safety.
NJBPRC is pleased to share 2014’s highlights of Complete Streets projects and active transportation in New Jersey.