A To-Do List, From Your Neighbors

Daryl displays members' suggestion

Daryl McMillan displays members' suggestions

West Windsor residents?who attended?the annual meeting came up with plenty of suggestions for making?our community safer for walkers and bicyclists. The list included:
  • more education in the schools, including in drivers’ education classes, about the rights of bicyclists and pedestrians;
  • bike lanes on Clarksville Road;
  • sidewalks in a number of areas and curb cuts at the entrance and exit of the parking lot at WW-P High School South;
  • better bicycle and pedestrian access to both Princeton and Plainsboro;
  • expanding the Trolley Line Trail; and
  • pairing up with West Windsor Little League for a bike promotion, such as free drinks one day for those players who ride their bikes to Ward Field.

Click here for the full list of suggestions.

In addition, we heard by e-mail from some residents prior to the meeting who want to see new?traffic-calming measures.

What would be on your list?

The WWBPA will be discussing all the ideas at the next regular monthly meeting–7 p.m. May 13 at the West Windsor Municipal Center, 271 Clarksville Road. We can’t make all this happen on our own. Help make your idea a reality–and help build a more bicycle and pedestrian-friendly community.

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