bike lanes, walking paths and driver education. Phase Two of the New Jersey Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan, issued in 2004, calls for studies and plans produced at the county and local levels.
“There’s more and more interest in bike studies,” from the municipal level, said Ragozine. “We really need their involvement in planning and implementation.”
New Jersey has committed $74 million over the next five years to improve safety for non-motorized travelers. This includes $50 million for construction, $15 million for Safe Routes to Schools and $5 million for improving local routes to transit.
Cross County Connection Transportation Management Association
New Jersey Bicycling Resource
New Jersey Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan – Phase 2
State of New Jersey Transportation Demand Management Services