NJ Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center will be well represented at the Transportation Research Board 2017 Annual Meeting.
Over the past few years, the City of Camden has taken strides toward building a more bicycle friendly community.
On a beautiful Wednesday afternoon, Woodbridge Township hosted Kids Day Out, an event created to teach kids about health and safety.
Before you begin bicycling, learn w how to ride safely and responsibly.
New Brunswick recently held a “Dads and Kids Walk” where families walked together to the Paul Robeson Community School.
New Jersey can draw inspiration from the Copenhagen experience: when life gives you lemons, work with your neighbors to make lemonade
Wednesday, October 8th was International Bike & Walk to School day and several New Jersey communities participated. The event originated in the United Kingdom in 1994 and extended to Chicago in 1997. The event since has expanded internationally, in order to promote year-round safe routes to school. Biking and walking to school provides several benefits … Continue reading Montclair’s first “Pop Up” Bicycle Lane Debuts on National Bike and Walk to School Day
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center is proud to present our favorite moments in active transportation news from New Jersey in 2013, in no particular order. From becoming the leader in Complete Streets to providing communities with new resources to improve bicycle and pedestrian safety, 2013 was a great year for walking and biking in New Jersey.