Thankful in Trenton

Bicyclists and pedestrians in Trenton have much to be thankful for this season. In addition to Trenton's city council unanimously passing a complete streets policy in March, tangible improvements have been appearing in our community…

Complete Streets SUCCESS!

Thank you to coalition partners and the administration for supporting, and special gratitude to City Council for unanimously approving a Complete Streets policy for the City of Trenton! We are elated by this great development,…

Complete Streets for Trenton

Trenton Cycling Revolution was proud to sign on to this community letter of support, urging the Mayor and City Council to enact a Complete Streets policy here in our city. More than 30% of our…

Greening Trenton

Trenton Cycling Revolution was happy to submit a letter of support to accompany the city's application for Greening America's Capitals technical assistance program. "As avid users of the bicycle network in our area, we know…

Let’s Move in May

Trenton Cycling Revolution was pleased to take part in a press conference today at Trenton City Hall to kick off the Let's Move in May initiative. Mayor Mack introduced several invited guests to say a…

Spring Clean-up Saturday, April 2

[caption id="attachment_137" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Photo of NJ Sierra Club's D&R Canal Clean-up"][/caption] Trenton Cycling Revolution is coordinating a community clean-up along the D&R Canal in Trenton on Saturday, April 2. We will meet at the…

Bike friendly cities are less obese

by A.K. Streeter, Portland, Oregon on 08.23.10 GRIST Photo credit ¬†Kiwi Flickr. Cars make you fat. That's more or less the message noted researcher John Pucher has tirelessly delivered, making the case for cycling and…