Major progress for Complete Streets in New Jersey was made this pass week with a second municipality passing an ordinance along with New Jersey's first county to do so as well. While NJDOT lead the way passing its own Complete Streets Policy back in the winter, most of us know that it is the county and municipal streets where a vast amount (if not a majority) of walking and biking is done.
According to the West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance, West Windsor is now the 2nd New Jersey municipality after Montclair to pass a Complete Streets Resolution.
Monmouth County had on its July 22 agenda a Complete Streets resolution and reports are that it passed.
For those looking to make headway in your own local and county governments, links to all three resolutions are included for you to reference below.