The New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center (NJBPRC) is embarking on its tenth year of outreach, education, and assistance efforts to advance cycling and walking across New Jersey. To ensure the continued success and effectiveness of the NJBPRC, a strategic planning process was initiated in 2011 to take stock of past successes, and to identify current challenges and opportunities informing and guiding the Center’s work over the next three to five years. The process of creating this Plan has been a joint effort between the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s Office of Bicycle & Pedestrian Programs and the Voorhees Transportation Center (based at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey) where the NJBPRC is housed.
Through a series of planning retreats with the NJBPRC project team, as well as an interactive workshop with external stakeholders, mission and vision statements have been developed, along with goals, strategies, and actions to guide plan implementation over the coming years.
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