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Coverage of the 2013 Complete Streets Summit

Hosted by the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center with support from the New Jersey Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, and the New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association, the 2013 Complete Streets Summit was held on the New Brunswick campus of Rutgers University on October 21, 2013.  A variety of Complete Streets related topics were covered throughout the…read more →

Scenes from Ciclovia

Scenes from Ciclovia

On Sunday, October 6, thousands of New Brunswick residents and visitors took to the streets in the city’s first-ever Ciclovia. A 3.4 mile route through the heart of the city was closed to car traffic in order to give the community the opportunity to walk, bike, skate, run, and take fitness classes in the streets. The New Brunswick Ciclovia was…read more →

2013 NJ Complete Streets Summit

2013 NJ Complete Streets Summit

On Monday October 21st, 300 elected officials, planners, and engineers from throughout New Jersey assembled in New Brunswick for the 2013 Complete Streets Summit. The Summit – hosted by the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center with support from the New Jersey Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, and the New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association – took place…read more →

Public Lecture with Guillermo Penalosa and John Pucher

The Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center (VTC)  is proud to present a free public lecture by Guillermo Penalosa and John Pucher at the Bloustein School for Planning and Public Policy on Friday, October 4, 2013 at 3:00 pm.  The lecture is titled “Cycling and Walking for Healthy, Sustainable and Socially Just Cities” and will be moderated by Charles Brown, Senior…read more →

NJ BPRC Presents at the New Jersey Future Redevelopment Forum

NJ BPRC Presents at the New Jersey Future Redevelopment Forum

Downtown New Brunswick is home to hospitals, restaurants, markets, and residences, all within close proximity and generating abundant street activity. On March 1, 2013 at the 2013 New Jersey Redevelopment Forum, Charles Brown and James Van Schoick of the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center conducted an interactive planning workshop and mini bike and walk audit of Downtown New Brunswick. In…read more →

For Public Review and Comment: The NJ Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center 5-Year Strategic Plan

The NJ Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center (NJBPRC) is proud to announce the completion of its draft 5-year Strategic Plan. 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…read more →

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