Here’s the report card we promised you

Back in December, we told you that the League of American Bicyclists had once again called West Windsor a bronze-level bicycle-friendly community (one of five in New Jersey at that level). We’ve now received our report card plus suggestions on how we can join Princeton in attaining silver status – you can read it here.

What are your suggestions? Email us at [email protected].

You can learn more about the Bicycle Friendly America program this Wednesday, Feb. 16, when Amelia Neptune, who runs the League of American Bicyclists’ program, joins the Somerville, Mass., Bicycle Advisory Committee’s free monthly Bike Talk series. Catch it on Zoom. And here’s the Facebook link. (The event is hosted by former WWBPA President Ken Carlson.)  

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