NJ Bike School

The New Jersey Department of Transportation is offering a pilot program this week for fourth- through sixth-grade students in Pemberton Township. NJ Bike School

is a free, comprehensive bicycle safety program that educates children about sharing the road safely with motor vehicles and pedestrians,” DOT Commissioner Stephen Dilts said. “This program could improve bicycle safety, pediatric health and the environment.”

We’d like to see that extended to adults as well, like the ones that don’t know about holding their line around the corner where Spokane meets Alaskan Way.


Or coming eastbound off the Harbor Island Bridge and around under it.

That’s right.

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