At the NJTPA meeting today. Matthew Holt of Hunterdon said “Don’t forget about the rest of New Jersey.” It was such a “white lives matters” moment. The Mayor of Newark Ras Baraka going above […]
If you can’t get home, you don’t have a basic US freedom. Johnnie Jermaine Rush had to walk home in the middle of the night, after a 13 hour shift at Cracker Barrel, and was […]
Dr Jane Delgado, National Alliance for Hispanic Health We had a great 2018 National Bike Summit. Some people at the summit asked if we should be doing more. More in regards to working for $20 […]
I talked to a Black woman in DC. She was from a member of a Black Woman bike club based in DC. She told me a story about how DC used to be the Chocolate […]
On February 8, Jersey City became the first New Jersey municipality to say through action it is no longer accepting death by car crash as part of its citizens lives by the adoption Vision Zero. […]
Safe as a measuring stick is clearly is not good enough.
At least I didn’t die getting home isn’t good enough anymore.
We need our streets to be comfortable not just for people in cars, but for people who choose to not get around by car and for people who have no choice, but to get around on foot, with a wheelchair, by public transit, and by bicycle.
Earlier in the week VELO Bloomfield went to Urban Cyclery to celebrate the opening of a positive thing going on the Essex community of East Orange. Urban Cyclery is owned by Osceola […]
For over 30 years East Orange has not had a bike shop, but in April 2017 that changed with the opening of Urban Cyclery Bicycle Shop. In its short time in existence it has […]