Video: Trenton Bike Plan

Video: Trenton Bike Plan

Product No.: 23124
Date Published: 04/2023

Launch Product

In 2021, roughly 30% of Trenton households reported that they didn’t have a car. Right now the streets in Trenton prioritize motor vehicles, but this leaves out over 10,000 households who get around Trenton without one. In response, The City of Trenton and Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission are creating a bicycle plan that is inclusive of all Trentonians. The plan, called Our Streets: A Trenton Bike Plan for All, proposes adding bicycle lanes and making design changes on certain streets within the City to increase safety for ALL road users, including bicyclists, skaters, scooters, pedestrians, and drivers.

Geographic Area Covered: Trenton, NJ

Key Words: Trenton, bicycle, bike plan, bike lanes

Staff Contact(s)

Project Team

  • Christopher Mulroy Transportation Planner
  • Cassidy Boulan Assistant Manager, Bicycle Programs
  • Angela Rio Graphic Design and Print Specialist
  • Marissa Volk Transportation Planner

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