NJ Bike/Ped Headlines

Together North Jersey: Changes should be made to Irvington Avenue

PlaceNJ.com – January 26th

Councilman to explore possible pedestrian safety committee

Essex News Daily – January 25th

The Montclair Times Editorial: “Dangers to pedestrians on our town’s roadways”

NorthJersey.com – January 25th

Princeton to vote on replacing Hamilton Avenue street parking with bike lane

NJ.com – January 23rd

Albio Sires heads slate of speakers at New Jersey’s upcoming 6th Annual Bike & Walk Summit

NJ.com – January 22nd

Twelve Glen Ridge accidents involved pedestrians last year

NorthJersey.com – January 22nd

Route 12 Library sidewalk replacement is a step closer

NJ.com – January 21st

New bike safe shelter by Duo-Gard integrates security and convenience in Montclair, New Jersey

PressReleaseRocket.net – January 20th

Jersey City bike share members can also use NYC bike sharing program

CleanTechnica.com – January 17th

Hoboken to re-brand, revamp street scape, install wayfinding system

Hoboken Patch – January 16th


Crash Report

Pedestrian hit on Route 57 in Washington, driver charged

NJ.com – January 28th

Pedestrian struck by hit-run driver in Paramus

NorthJersey.com – January 28th

Driver hits pedestrian in Jersey City after her boot heel causes gas pedal to stick: police

NJ.com – January 24th

Hit-and-run on Rt. 206 in Mansfield injures man, 69; police seek help identifying driver

NJ.com – January 22nd

25-year-old pedestrian seriously injured in Route 46 crash

NJ.com – January 20th

Pedestrian hit by motorist in Lakewood

NJ.com – January 20th

Report: Rahway family looking for driver who struck teen daughter

NJ.com – January 19th

Pedestrian killed in Newark hit-and-run crash, authorities say

NJ.com – January 18th



Pedestrian safety must be a priority

NorthJersey.com – January 28th

The Montclair Times Editorial: “Dangers to pedestrians on our town’s roadways”

NorthJersey.com – January 25th

Glen Ridge editorial: How to stand out in a (traffic) crowd

NorthJersey.com – January 22nd

Editorial: Walking dangers

NorthJersey.com – January 16th



Downtown living doesn’t stop for storms

CTPost.com – January 28th

Pieces in place for AASHTO to endorse protected bike lanes… by 2020

Streetsblog.org – January 28th

Boris Johnson Commits to a protected “Cycle Superhighway” crossing London

Streetsblog.org – January 28th

Grid Bike has a big fan in Phoenix mayor Greg Stanton

AZCentral.com – January 27th

Are more families with kids choosing to live in walkable areas?

Streetsblog.org – January 27th

Map: Where pedestrians and cyclists have been struck in D.C. this year

WashingtonCityPaper.com – January 26th

The next wave of bike-share innovations may focus on equity

CityLab.com – January 26th

Read this if you’re thinking about riding your bike in the snow

NextCity.org – January 26th

Summit big idea: Low-stress bicycling networks

BikeLeague.org – January 26th

Friday Fun: Six mayors who bike, and why this is a good thing

TheCityFix.com – January 23rd

Four nice touches in U.S. DOT’s new “Mayors’ Challenge” for bike safety

Streetsblog.org – January 23rd

Anthony Foxx challenges mayors to protect pedestrians and cyclists

Streetsblog.org – January 23rd

The case for safer streets

Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia – January 23rd

Suburban Atlanta: Where parking is required but sidewalks are not

Streetsblog.org – January 22nd

Protected bikeways in the burbs

BikeLeague.org – January 22nd

Avoid getting your bike stolen like this

Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia – January 22nd

In New Haven, Malloy says transportation plan will help cyclists, walkers

New Haven Register – January 20th

Designs from Dutch burbs should unite vehicular cyclists and bike lane fans

Streetsblog.org – January 20th

Arlington offers cash bike-share memberships to the unbanked

Streetsblog.org – January 16th

Afternoon bulletin: Cycling deaths on the rise, the new hipster eloise and more

Observer.com – January 16th



Bike Commuter Journal – Lessons learned after 1 year

West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance – January 28th