Last Thursday, October 30, 'Sustainable Princeton' held a breakfast session at the Princeton Public Library focusing on 'Creating A Bike-Friendly Princeton'. The turnout was great, and many of the participants signed up for our Princeton Pedestrian and Bicycling Advisory Committee mailing list. I'd like to say 'thank you' to everyone on our mailing list for their ongoing support, and also welcome our new friends! There are over 200 of us now!
Princeton Pedestrian and Bicyling Advisory Committee (PBAC) is part of Princeton's municipal government, with a mission to advise Council on policy relating to walking and cycling. We don't get to set policy, but we try to make sure that our local government is doing what is best to support everybody who likes to get around on foot or on two wheels. To make that happen, we rely on the community for support, and the time of our committee members, who are local residents and volunteers.
If you have any suggestions for what PBAC ought to be working on, or if you are particularly keen to help, let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We also have a website at pjpbac.blogspot.com and a Facebook page at www.facebook.com/princetonpbac. If you're on Facebook, why not give us a 'like'?!
Special thanks must also go to Sustainable Princeton for putting on this terrific event! Look out for other events in their ongoing 'Great Ideas Breakfasts' series.