DIY: Bicycle License Plate

Create your very own personalized bicycle license plate! Cut out a piece of cardboard, foam board, or oak tag pager and color, paint, glitter, stickers or any other decoration to make it your own! Punch 2 holes in your finished plate. Attach to your front handlebars are at the rear of your seat using zip ties, twist ties, or twine.

Note: Make sure that your plate does not interfere with your front or rear tire. Do not allow anything to hang from your license place that could get caught in the wheels. Parents may wish for your child to use their initials or a nickname rather than their full name for safety reasons.



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"Take it Outside" activities are only suggestions. Parents and guardians should determine if children/families can maintain sufficient social distancing before allowing children to go outside. Children should obtain permission from a parent or guardian before drawing on driveways, patios, or sidewalks.

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Grant Assistance

Funding for federal Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Grant projects is administered by the NJ Department of Transportation Office of Local Aid.
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Infrastructure projects include the planning, design, and construction or installation of sidewalks, crosswalks, signals, traffic-calming, and bicycle facilities. County and municipal governments, school districts, schools, and nonprofit organizations are eligible to apply to the program.

The federal-aid provides federal-aid highway funds to State Departments of Transportation. The main objectives of the program are:

  • to enable and encourage children in grades K-8, including those with disabilities, to walk and bicycle to school;
  • to make bicycling and walking to school a safer and more appealing transportation alternative, thereby encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle from an early age; and,
  • to facilitate the planning, development and implementation of projects and activities that will improve safety and reduce traffic, fuel consumption and air pollution in the vicinity of schools.