Department of Transportation

Workshops and Training

Workshops led by National and State experts are continuing for in-house Management, Engineers and Planners on Complete Streets. The New Jersey Department of Transportation's (NJDOT) Office of Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning is also using the New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center to promote the passage of Complete Streets policies and provide technical assistance to municipalities and counties regarding Complete Streets issues.

A curriculum and video has been developed for Regional Workshops on Complete Streets Policy Development, Design and Implementation. NJDOT has also developed a Guidebook for municipalities and counties on model policy and ordinances, design, liability and maintenance. The New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Resource Center will include these items, Complete Streets presentations and a listing of all policies throughout the state.

NJDOT sponsored a series of twelve Complete Streets training workshops across the state in Spring 2012. These workshops are designed to help counties and municipalities learn what Complete Streets is all about and how they can benefit by adopting and implementing their own policies. The workshops were organized by the following regions and were held on:

Middlesex April 19, 2012
Hunterdon, Somerset April 23, 2012
Ocean April 24, 2012
Warren, Sussex and Morris April 30, 2012
Passaic, Bergen and Hudson May 1, 2012
Mercer May 2, 2012
Essex, Union May 3, 2012
Burlington May 4, 2012
Camden, Gloucester May 8, 2012
Cumberland, Salem May 8, 2012
Atlantic, Cape May May 22, 2012
Monmouth May 23, 2012

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