A new West Windsor walking and biking map

This beautiful new walking and biking map of West Windsor shows all bike lanes, sidewalk, trails and paths – and yes, cut-through sidewalks between neighborhoods — in the township.

Created by the West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance together with Greater Mercer Transportation Management Association, this 22-inch x 24-inch map will inspire you and your family to explore more of the township on foot and by bicycle.

It is being distributed for free with our gratitude to all those who have paid for a membership in the past year – after all, this map was printed thanks to your donations. It also will be given to participants at the West Windsor Recreation Department’s BikeFest event planned for May 28 (details coming soon!) and at some WWBPA events throughout the year.

Maps also will be available for a $1 donation at West Windsor Community Day on May 7 and at our every-other-week table at the West Windsor Farmers Market beginning later this month.

If you are a member and haven’t received your map, give us some time – we are all volunteers and aim to do this by foot or by bicycle in our free time. Or stop by our table on May 7 and claim your copy.

If you are not yet a member, please consider becoming one to support our work.

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