5 Million People Represented in Circuit Resolutions

by | November 20, 2018 | Biking the Suburbs, Connecting Greater Philadelphia Bicycle Network, Featured, The Circuit | 2 comments

Bicycle Coalition


On November 7th, Gloucester County became the seventh county in the Philadelphia region to adopt a resolution in support of building 500 miles of The Circuit by 2025.

Circuit signatory governments now represent over 5 million people in our region!

Next stops: Mercer and Burlington Counties!

Through advocacy and education, the Bicycle Coalition leads the movement to make bicycling a safe and fun way to get around for anyone in Greater Philadelphia. We’re a member-funded organization, and we can’t advocate for building out the region’s bicycle network without your support. Join or donate today to partner with us and make your ride better.

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  1. Thomas

    Don’t forget asalem county! We don’t have a single trail free of cars.

    • Leonard Bonarek

      Unfortunately, we don’t represent Salem County, or those in the South Jersey Transportation Planning Organization (Salem, Cumberland, Cape May Counties). We recommend connecting with them, or the several bike clubs in your region: South Jersey Wheelmen, Jersey Shore Bike Club, etc. Best of luck!


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