Hop on your bike and ride to Sustainable Princeton's Great Ideas Breakfast to learn about Princeton's Biking Rev-olution! Thursday, October 30th from 8:15 am to 9:30 am in the Princeton Public Library Community Room.
Princeton streets are an essential part of the livability of our community. They need to be safe and accessible for everyone, whether young or old, motorist or bicyclist, walker or wheelchair user, bus rider or shopkeeper.
But, is it really possible to design streets that work for everyone?
Mayor Lempert and the Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee believe it is, which is why they have championed A Complete Streets policy for the town and put Sharrows on a number of our major roads.
Come hear the vision, see some cool bikes, taste lovely breakfast food and learn more about Princeton's Biking Revolution.
This zero waste breakfast is free and open to the public. Remember, if you bike, you are helping us achieve our goals of reducing energy from fossil fuels 20 percent by 2020!
Speakers include: Jerry Foster, Transportation Safety Educator for the Greater Mercer County Transportation Management Association, Mayor Liz Lempert and Sam Bunting, Princeton Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
We look forward to seeing you!