Category Archives: Enforcement

Healthy Community Development Grants

Are you looking for ways to fund a small project that encourages students to walk or bike to school?  If so, Healthy Community Development (HCD) grants may be just the solution you need. What are Healthy Community Development grants?  Healthy … Continue reading

Posted in Bicycling, Education, Encouragement, Enforcement, Engineering, Funding, Grants, Walking

Always Expect a Train: New Rail Safety Action Plan for New Jersey

Back in October, the NJ Safe Routes Scoop published an article about rail safety and the Operation Lifesaver education program. Operation Lifesaver promotes rail safety by giving presentations to students throughout New Jersey on the importance of crossing railroad tracks … Continue reading

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Slow Down, You Move Too Fast: Reducing Automobile Travel Speeds

Speeding through residential neighborhoods is one of the most frequent complaints issued to police departments. It can also be one of the greatest barriers to surmount when parents consider whether to allow their children to walk or bike to school. … Continue reading

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“Ride to Work, Ride to School”

In the latest issue of their “Bike Right News,” TransOptions, the Transportation Management Association for Morris Sussex and Warren Counties and suburban Essex, Passaic, and Union Counties, discusses bicycling to school in the article “Ride to Work, Ride to School”

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