The NJBWC Summit is New Jersey’s statewide meeting of bicycle and pedestrian advocates, elected officials and other township leaders, transportation and urban planners, bike shop owners and managers, cycling, walking, fitness and health enthusiasts and experts, recreation, trails and club leaders and others who are interested in making our state a better place to live.

NJBWC is pleased to offer you the opportunity to learn more about current state and federal legal and policy issues affecting your community, make you aware of various public funding sources, enable you to network, identify and develop mutually beneficial relationships that can help your community become more bike and pedestrian friendly and therefore, more livable.

NJBWC organized the state’s first Bike & Walk Summit in 2010. Enrollment was 25 attendees; each year, the number of attendees has exceeded the year before. In 2017, NJBWC celebrated a record 265 attendees.

Past notable speakers have included:

  • James Cahill, Mayor of New Brunswick
  • Jon Carnegie, Executive Director, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center, Rutgers University
  • James Corless, Director, Transportation For America (former)
  • F.K. Day, Founder, World Bicycle Relief and Co-founder, SRAM Corporation
  • Alex Doty, Executive Director, League of American Bicyclists (former)
  • Peter Furth, Professor of Civil Engineering, Northeastern University
  • Freeholder Brendan Gill, Essex County Freeholder Vice President
  • Karen Jenkins, Board Chair, League of American Bicyclists (former)
  • Liz Lempert, Mayor of Princeton
  • Jeff Miller, President & CEO, Alliance for Biking & Walking (former)
  • Jon Orcutt, Director of Policy, NYCDOT (former)
  • Ken Podziba, President & CEO, Bike New York
  • John Pucher, Professor Emeritus, Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
  • Martin Robins, Founding Director, Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center, Rutgers University
  • Sharon Roerty, National Center for Biking & Walking (former)
  • US Congressman Albio Sires, 8th District, NJ
  • Paul Steely White, Executive Director, Transportation Alternatives