Don’t Miss the West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance Annual Meeting

23 Feb

The West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance (WWBPA) is one of our region’s bike-ped advocacy gems, working tirelessly to provide useful bike and ped information and activities to residents in their region, and advocate for smarter bicycle and pedestrian planning and policies. Their annual meeting, coming up on March 17, will feature Andy Clarke, president of the League of American Bicyclists, (www.bikeleague.org), the oldest national bicycling organization, will speak at the West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance’s annual meeting — open to the public — on Thursday March 17. LAB recognizes bicycle-friendly communities, businesses – even universities. Andy will talk about what we can all do to make our communities friendlier for bicyclists and pedestrians and why it matters. In addition, WWBPA trustees will talk about plans for 2011, including their second annual Community Walk, their West Windsor Bikes: lose the training wheels event at the West Windsor Farmers’ Market on May 21 and their efforts to expand West Windsor-Plainsboro’s participation in International Walk to School Day. They’ll also be taking suggestions from members about projects and activities that they’d like to see. In addition, they will be honoring three people for their service to the community and introducing our next group of student advisors. It all takes place at 7 p.m. March 17 at the West Windsor Senior Center, off Clarksville Road at North Post Road, next to the post office. Light refreshments will be provided.

 

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