goHunterdon has proudly partnered with the Tewksbury Township Police Department to conduct a Street Smart NJ pedestrian safety campaign.
“Due to the COVID19 pandemic, more people have been working from home and families have been participating in more activities together,” says Chief Tim Barlow, Tewksbury Township Police Department. “We have seen an increase in pedestrian traffic throughout the Township, and even though there has been a decrease in motor vehicle traffic we have not seen a decrease in speeding and distracted driving,” he adds. Continue reading “Tewksbury Township Wraps Up Street Smart NJ Pedestrian Safety Campaign”
According to a new report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, 58% of global passenger vehicle sales in 2040 will come from electric vehicles.
goHunterdon’s “EV Challenge” offers Hunterdon middle school students an interactive, hands on opportunity to learn about electric vehicles and the future of transportation technology. The program aligns with STEAM curriculum (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics); bridging the gap between these important educational disciplines. Continue reading “EV Challenge Provides Electrifying Learning Experience for Hunterdon Middle School Students”
After a long winter, it’s time to get outside, get active and allow Hunterdon K-8 students to show goHunterdon how they are safe pedestrians.
From April 19-30, 2021, students at thirteen (13) Hunterdon elementary and intermediate schools are being encouraged to “Step for the Sneaker!” Continue reading “Hunterdon Schools Will “Step for the Sneaker” This Month”
Nearly 400 rides have been provided to patients of Hunterdon Healthcare through a grant secured by goHunterdon from the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey.
The $50,000 grant is being used to subsidize fares for Lyft rides to the Hunterdon Wound Healing Center and select primary care offices affiliated with Hunterdon Healthcare. Rides are scheduled and monitored by goHunterdon staff. Continue reading “Rides to Medical Appointments Improving Access to Healthcare”
According to a study by the Outdoor Recreation Association (2017), bicycling participants spend $83 billion on ‘trip-related’ sales (bicycle tourism), and generate $97 billion in retail spending.
goHunterdon, through the Bike Hunterdon initiative, is developing a new campaign to help local businesses capture some of that spending. The “Welcome Cyclists” campaign will provide information to downtown merchant associations and their members on how to become more bicycle friendly. Continue reading “Coming Next Month: “Cyclists Welcome” Campaign”