Tag Archives: pedestrian safety

Creating Safer Trails for Hudson Valley Hikers

A big thank you to Hudson Highlands Fjord Trail project partners for your efforts in enhancing and preserving the safety of local hiking trails. A recent announcement outlined plans to implement critical safety upgrades on and around Breakneck Ridge, a popular hiking destination in the Beacon/Cold Spring area. During a temporary closure numerous upgrades will -->

Steps towards Safer Sidewalks in Kingston

The Kingston City Council recently approved a proposal to use a laser scanning process to survey the condition of some of the city’s busiest sidewalks. According to the DailyFreeman.com “ Broadway, West O’Reilly Street, Mary’s Avenue and Andrew Street block in Midtown, as well as the Uptown area of John, Crown and North Front streets” will -->

Learn More About Safe Cycling in Ulster County This Weekend

On Saturday, July 15th a free Bike Fest is taking place at the Kingston Library from 12:00pm until 3:00pm. This event will include a children’s bike skills program (no bike needed), a community bike repair clinic, a helmet fitting clinic, a free community barbecue for participants (provided by the Kingston Elks Lodge 550), and lots -->