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Walk or Ride

The benefits of walking and bike riding are numerous: exercise, fresh air, less traffic, and savings on gasoline. With a walk or a ride, you can lower your stress and your carbon footprint.​

Best of all, biking and walking are fun.

Looking for inspiration to walk more?

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Ready to bike, but don’t know where to start?

Be safe Princeton!

Pedestrians, learn from the Street Smart campaign:

  • Wait for the Walk
  • Use Crosswalks
  • Heads Up, Phones Down
Bikers, follow GMTMA’s advice:
  • Be Seen: A front white light and rear backlight are essential and required.
  • Be Heard: Let others know you’re approaching. Bells are required.
  • Be Right: Ride in the same direction as traffic, as far to the right as practicable.
  • Be Headstrong: It’s always smart to wear a helmet. Under 17, it’s required.
Know the regulations. Learn more.
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Did you know?

Walking, free public transport. Within the US urban areas, half of all vehicle trips are less than three miles. Burn calories, not cash. Today, fewer than 15% of students walk or bike to school, down from 50% of students in 1969. During this same time period, the number of overweight schoolchildren has risen — now nearly 1 in 5 school-age children are obese.