Besides promoting safety information and recreational opportunities for bicyclists, the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) is also responsible for the plan and design of bicycle facilities on New Jersey highways.
NJDOT offers engineering guidelines, a Master Plan for roadways that are compatible with bicyclists and walkers and a resource center for statewide projects.
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2016 New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (pdf 16.1m)
2016 New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Executive Summary (pdf 3.8m)
The 2016 update of the New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan presents a vision, goals and strategies to achieve a transportation system in which walking and bicycling are routine, convenient and secure throughout the state. With a ten year horizon, the master plan takes a “big picture” perspective and is intended to be a living document that will require ongoing coordination among NJDOT, other state agencies, Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), counties, municipalities, nonprofits, consultants, developers, advocates and the general public.
and Pedestrian Resource
An information clearinghouse and technical
resource center that identifies significant
bicycle and pedestrian plans, policies
and projects throughout New Jersey.
Bike Compatible Roadways and Bikeways Planning and Design Guidelines (pdf 1.7m)
for the Development of
This is the primary national guidance
on planning and design for cyclists,
and is available
from the American Association of State
Highway and Transportation Officials
2004 New Jersey Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (pdf 5.2m)
Phase Two of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan developed an inventory of existing bicycle facilities; provided a list of priority locations for bicycle and pedestrian improvements; and outlined opportunities for improving the bicycle or pedestrian compatibility of existing projects.