Winnie Fatton 
Sustainable Jersey 


Thursday July 21, 2011 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM EDT

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Rahway Public Library 
2 City Hall Plaza
Rahway, NJ 07065

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Complete Streets/Safe Routes to School Workshops 


Join leaders in sustainable transportation at a workshop in either south, central or northern New Jersey to learn more about successful efforts to pass Complete Streets policies and implement Safe Routes to School programs. These low cost initiatives can help you earn points towards Sustainable Jersey certification, and provide healthy options for active transportation in your community. Workshops will take place on July 14th, 19th and 21st.

July 21, 2011 at Rahway Public Library from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


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  Sustainable Jersey Training 

 Complete Streets and Safe Routes to School: How to Address Healthy and Active Transportation in your Community


July 21, Rahway Public Library -- 6:00-8:00 p.m.

2 City Hall Plaza,  Rahway, NJ 07065


I. Introduction to Sustainable Jersey and Actions for Sustainable Communities
Teri Jover, NJ Future for Sustainable Jersey program

 II. ShapingNJ overview – why these actions are important
Janet Heroux, NJ DOH

 III. Complete Streets  - Elise Bremer-Nie, NJDOT

  • What do Complete Streets policies cover?
  1. How to implement CS policies
  2. Challenges/barriers/outcomes
  3. Funding and tracking projects
  4. Resources available
  5. Local case study -  Jerry Foster, President, West Windsor Bicycle & Pedestrian Alliance

 5 min break

 IV.Safe Routes to School  -- Elise Bremer-Nei, NJDOT

  1. What is SRTS?
  2. How to implement SRTS programs
  3. Challenges/barriers/outcomes
  4. Funding and tracking projects
  5. Resources available
  6. What to submit for Sustainable Jersey points
  7. Local case study -- Red Bank -- Jim Willis – Red Bank Safe Routes to School

V. What to submit for Sustainable Jersey points
Teri Jover, NJ Future for Sustainable Jersey program

 VI.   How your local TMA can help - John Jennings, Meadowlink 

 VII.   Q&A