Rate West Windsor as a place to ride your bike

West Windsor is seeking to renew its status as a bicycle-friendly community with the League of American Bicyclists. As part of the application process, the League wants feedback from anyone who has biked in West Windsor. (We are currently a bronze-level community and are proud to be the first New Jersey community to have earned this status.)

If you’ve ever biked here, please take a minute to complete this survey and share your input: www.surveymonkey.com/r/app_BFC_Fall21

The comment period ends on Monday Oct. 11. Award results are expected to be made public in December.

5 Responses to “Rate West Windsor as a place to ride your bike”

  1. silvia says:

    Glad you like the road diet on Canal Pointe Boulevard! We think shrinking it from 4 lanes to 3 lanes (with the center turn lane) + bike lanes has made the road safer for all users without slowing traffic. The WWBPA is proud to have advocated for it.

  2. silvia says:

    Clarksville Road is a county road, as you know, so an extra lift. But you can definitely bike along Old Meadow Road as a way to get to and from Trader Joe’s.

  3. Parul Garg says:

    We love our town for being so recreational. Biking is so
    Much with kids etc

  4. Tirza Wahrman says:

    I love biking in West Windsor. I bike several times a week many months of the year. I wish there were bike lanes going up Clarksville Road. I also wish one could date bike along Old Meadow Road.

    Thank you to the BPA for your advocacy for bikers.

  5. Vrunda Patil says:

    Great, .. we love the bike route around our neighborhood near the Colonnade Blvd and the canal.

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