Asbury Park Walk and Bike Plan

Happy Holidays and A Healthy and Safe 2019!



Michelle Gladden December 17, 2018

“The Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan was developed with community participation through outreach efforts at City events, an online survey map, two stakeholder focus groups, and a steering advisory committee with members including residents, City staff, County and State agencies, local advocacy groups, and the business community,” Transportation Director Michael Manzella said. “The plan will lay the official framework for future infrastructure improvements, enhancing the safety of all users of the city’s streets, particularly the most vulnerable – pedestrians and cyclists.”

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News and Info About Save Asbury’s Waterfront

APCSC Support of Save Asbury’s Waterfront

Asbury Park Complete Streets Coalition supports city development and initiatives which make every part of the city livable and accessible to everyone.  Our goal in support of the Save Asbury’s Waterfront campaign is to maintain the character of this part of the waterfront and boardwalk so that it’s completely open and welcoming to residents and visitors, and to protect the natural environment of the area.  The financial burden in the initial goal of the campaign will be daunting.  It is to stop the bulldozers and bring the developer Istar and the city back to the table to reexamine the plans (see below).  We have faith that the mayor and city council are listening and considering our agenda as described in the the Asbury Park Sun and on the ABC 7 news report.

Please come to the City Council Meeting on Thursday, 11/8:  5pm press conference; 6pm Istar plans; 7pm public comment.

For more information:

AP master plan 2017Redevelopment plans on our Resources page. 


The End Of Car Ownership

As it becomes less desirable and inconvenient to own a car in US cities, Asbury Park will be on the cutting edge.  Asbury Park will have electric car share, plus several other transportation options.

‘Peak Car’ and the End of an Industry

In Germany—the birthplace of the modern automobile—carmakers are anticipating the day when people stop owning cars.

“If I’m truly honest with myself, then owning a car is too expensive with all these alternatives around…”
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