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Bicycling in New Brunswick, NJ

Posted by Infra on Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

The City of New Brunswick has installed shared lanes, known as sharrows, and dedicated bike lanes throughout the City. These lanes include a dedicated bike lane on Remsen Avenue and sharrows in the 2nd, 5th and 6th Wards. Other City funds are being used to create lanes in other non-residential areas of town, such as College Avenue.

Middlesex County is expected to start construction on a 2 mile bike lane in 2014 that will create a system of mostly dedicated bike lanes stretching from George Street on the College Avenue campus to Neilsen Street on the Douglass Campus.

Please visit www.cityofnewbrunswick.org/planningandde­velopment for more information regarding bicycling in New Brunswick

-CityofNewBrunswick on YouTube

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