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New Jersey Walks and Bikes

The New Jersey Walks and Bikes newsletter highlights bicycle and pedestrian projects across New Jersey as well as local and national news, events, and research findings. Articles include project profiles, best practice examples, policy and current research.


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Issue 31: September 16, 2014

  • Westwood Contemplates a Complete Streets Policy
  • Hillsborough Recognized for COmplete Streets Policy
  • Bicycle Tourism

Vol. 3, No. 2

  • New Jersey DOT Adopts a Complete Streets Policy
  • CCCTMA Creates a Google Map showing Bicycle Routes and Public Transportation
  • Bicycle and Pedestrian Considerations in the Development and Design Review Process -New Jersey Municipalities
  • Statewide Bicycling Survey Completed
  • Reflections on Technology: Electric Bikes in New Jersey

Vol. 3, No. 1

  • Partnering for Success: The Lawrence Hopewell Trail
  • Safe Bicycling and the Law
  • Senior Walkability in NJ: Making Improvements One Step at a Time
  • New Technology Helps Pedestrians Cross the Road
  • The Bike Church: Helping Asbury Park Youth, One Rider at a Time

Vol. 2, No. 2

  • The State is Ranked #9 in the Nation for Bike Friendliness
  • Local Traffic and Safety Bicycle/Pedestrian Committees: Spotlight on West Windsor Township, NJ
  • 10 Questions With Charles Carmalt
  • Pedestrian Safety Impact Teams

Vol. 2, No. 1 

  • Increasing Pedestrian Safety and Mobility in Suburban Areas
  • Why Drive 25 MPH?
  • NJ Bicycle and Pedestrian Advocacy
  • Burlington County Bike Path Partnership

Vol. 1, No. 3

  • Ten Questions with Pam Fisher
  • Guiding the Way: Bicycle Signal Heads
  • Takin’ it to the Streets: Creating Complete Streets
  • Safety First: Walking and Bicycling at Night

Vol. 1, No. 2

  • Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Workshops
  • Watchung Lake Park Sidewalk Loop
  • Trail Plans – Community Recreation and More
  • Walkable Downtowns

Vol. 1, No. 1

  • Governor’s Pedestrian Safety Initiative
  • Cycling Toward a Better Quality of Life
  • Developing Bicycle and Pedestrian Plans
  • A Review of NJ Bike/Ped Laws