On October 19, 2023 the Hunterdon Health Foundation hosted their annual Crystal Evening event at Hamilton Farm Golf Club. The Foundation used the event as an opportunity to recognize individuals and organizations that have significantly contributed to the betterment of Hunterdon Health and the community. goHunterdon was presented with the 2023 “Spirit of Hunterdon” Award for efforts to address the transportation needs of older adult patients to get to non-emergency medical appointments.
Continue reading “goHunterdon Receives “Spirit of Hunterdon” Award”
Elementary schools across Hunterdon County celebrated International Walk and Roll to School Month in October by walking and bicycling to school. Over 900 students at Barley Sheaf School, Clinton Public School, Delaware Township School, Frenchtown Elementary School, Hampton Borough School, High Bridge Elementary School, High Bridge Middle School, Lambertville Public School, Lebanon Borough School, and Reading Fleming Intermediate School participated in “walking school buses”, designated chaperoned routes to school, or arrived to school by bike.
Continue reading “Hunterdon Schools Celebrate International Walk and Roll to School Month”
The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission is preparing to rehabilitate its 119-year-old New Hope-Lambertville Toll-Supported Bridge.
The rehabilitation project work activities will temporarily impact motorists, pedestrians, residents, and local businesses.
goHunterdon will assist in mitigating the impacts of the project by including updates to the public via it’s free Traffic Alert Service. Individuals may sign up to receive email alerts specific to the project to stay informed of vehicular travel restrictions and detours as well as the status of anticipated shuttle services planned by the Commission to address pedestrian travel needs.
Continue reading “Traffic Alerts to Assist with Public Outreach During New Hope-Lambertville Bridge Rehabilitation Project”
goHunterdon is providing staff assistance to NJ TRANSIT to survey riders of the Hunterdon County LINK Transportation Service on Route 15, Route 16, and Route 21. The three routes are funded in part by the Federal Transit Administration’s “Job Access Reverse Commute” (JARC) program which was established to address the unique transportation challenges faced by welfare recipients and low-income persons seeking to obtain and maintain employment. The survey is a requirement of federal funding.
Continue reading “Survey of Hunterdon County LINK Riders Underway”
The goHunterdon Board of Directors recently voted to support the Black River & Western Railroad in an application to the FY2024 Rail Freight Assistance Grant Program.
This grant program, administered by the New Jersey Department of Transportation, awards $25 million annually to railroads in the State for qualified capital projects.
Continue reading “Support for Black River and Western Railroad Project”