It’s Time to End Traffic Deaths in New Jersey

Despite fewer people on the roads due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of traffic fatalities has gone up nationally, including in New Jersey. This alarming trend is caused primarily by speeding; previously congested roads became wide-open with low volume traffic, which has the effect of encouraging motorists to drive faster than the posted speed limit.

Can You Teach an Old Bike Lane New Tricks?

In 1996, the New York City Department of Transportation marked a pair of painted bike lanes on St. Nicholas Avenue from 168th Street in Washington Heights to 116th Street in Harlem. A few years later, the city…