Tag Archives: Cycling

Princeton Bike Ride With Mayor Lempert And PBAC A Huge Success!

Last Sunday, a group of around 40 cyclists gathered at Community Park South for an extraordinarily pleasant cycle trip through the parks and green spaces of Princeton. The ride was the idea of Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert, and co-organized with … Continue reading

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Join In For ‘The Mayor’s Bike Ride’! This Sunday, 1 p.m., Community Park South!

This Sunday, October 27, there is going to be a group cycle ride around Princeton! The ride, organized by Princeton Joint Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee is intended to be a fun opportunity for residents who enjoy two-wheeled transportation to … Continue reading

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Making Cycling Attractive To The Rest Of Us In Princeton

Cycling as a means of transportation is still very much a niche activity in Princeton. Of the ~30,000 people who work in Princeton, just 1.8% use cycling as their primary mode of commute. Why is this? Some possible explanations:

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Are ‘Playborhoods’ The Best Indicator Of Livable Communities?

When thinking about walkability and a livable neighborhood, several things let us know  when we’re getting it right. Are these things present in Princeton?

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