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The Circuit Trails 2018 Report Now Available

2018 was a great year for making progress on getting the Philadelphia region’s trail network built. Highlights including getting 100 governments to adopt a resolution in support of The Circuit Trails, as well as major funding wins. Click here for the full report. 496 total views, 27 views today

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$3.7 Million Approved For 22 New Circuit Projects

  The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) recently announced a new round of funding for trails in the Philadelphia region. Notably, DVRPC approved funding for Upper Darby Township to design two bridges over the Darby Creek. One of the bridges will cross the creek at a lovely spot where the image above was taken. […]

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Member Spotlight: John Boyle

In celebration of our March Member Drive, we’re highlighting the stories of the Bicycle Coalition’s members. One of our longtime members, John Boyle, is also a staff member at the Bicycle Coalition. John tells the story of how he got involved, how he made the transition from member to staff, and why he thinks the […]

The Future Of Trails Is Now, If You Live In Arkansas

Last week I had the opportunity to attend the Collaboration of Regional Trail Initiatives summit in Bentonville, Arkansas. In addition to the workshops where each organization got to present on its regional trail network and collaborate on the best way to work together going forward, we also had the opportunity to participate in several mobile […]

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Harrisburg Legislative Update: Vulnerable Users, Radar, Cell Phone Ban

There are number of vision zero related bills either introduced or about to be introduced in the PA General Assembly.  Below is an up to date summary.  You can look up your state legislator and senator and call or email them to ask that they co-sponsor the bills. RADAR for Local Law Enforcement – Senator […]

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Bike Gloucester County Packs The House — Again

On Tuesday February 26th, Bicycle Coalition affiliate group Bike Gloucester County held its third major event. After folks got settled in with their beers at Death of the Fox Brewery in Paulsboro, they were treated to a series of presentations from local ride organizers, Bicycle Coalition Executive Director Sarah Clark Stuart, County Engineer Vince Voltaggio, […]

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Bike Mercer County Hosts First Event

On Thursday February 21st, Bike Mercer County had its first moment in the sun; or in this case, in a dark room covered in graffiti and stickers. Bicycle Coalition’s newest county affiliate group teamed up with Trenton Cycling Revolution to hold a rather cool event at Championship Bar & Music, which proved to be an […]

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E-Bikes, Complete Streets, Green Infrastructure: 2019 New Jersey Bike and Walk Summit Recap

Regional trail networks and Green Streets were some of the highlights of the 2019 NJ Bike and Walk Summit, which was held for the second year in a row at Mercer County Community College. The conference featured three breakout sessions one for each of the three Metropolitan Planning Organizations Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC), […]

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Exploring Aston Township’s future Chester Creek Trail Segment #onthecircuit

On a mild winter Saturday morning, Bicycle Coalition staff and volunteers met with an engaged group of local advocates, Steve Beckley of the Delaware County Planning Department, and Delaware County Councilman Kevin Madden to explore the future southern section of the Chester Creek Trail in Aston Township. We started at the southern terminus of the […]

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Burlington County Becomes 100th to Sign Circuit Trails Resolution

  Last night the Burlington County Freeholders adopted the resolution in support of completing 500 miles of Circuit Trails by 2025, becoming the ninth and final county in the Philadelphia region to get on board. The County also became the 100th government in the region to adopt the resolution, so we had all the more […]

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