Monday, November 15, 2010

Hamilton Township seeks comments for bike / ped plan

The following comes to us from the good folks at the Princeton Freewheelers. If you live in Hamilton Township or Mercer County and have some good ideas for the plan please shoot Peter Kremer at PB a line directly via
Parsons Brinkerhoff (PB) is undertaking the Hamilton Township Bicycle and Pedestrian Circulation Plan, a study of bicycle and pedestrian safety and mobility for Hamilton Township in Mercer County, New Jersey. This study is being conducted through the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s Local Bicycle/Pedestrian Planning Assistance Program.

In addition to looking at bike and pedestrian issues within Hamilton, we are also interested in ways of improving linkages to neighboring towns; travel conditions along key roadway corridors; and access to the train station, community facilities, parks, and trail systems, including Mercer County Park and the D&R Canal towpath.

We are very interested in speaking with you about bike and pedestrian safety, commuting and recreation routes, mobility issues, and improving connections between Hamilton and its neighbors. Input can also be provided online at the website for Hamilton Township’s master plan( Click on the box titled:Your Thoughts or Check out our discussion boards, interact with other residents, and select Transportation, then Walking and Biking.

Please feel free to share this message with your colleagues and fellow advocates. We thank you for your assistance, and look forward to hearing from you soon.

Peter F. Kremer, AICP/PP
PB Americas Inc
(609) 734-7039

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