CONNECT 2020 community meeting, Jan 22

We need your input!
Please join us for a community meeting to kick-off Connect 2020, a plan for walking and biking in Collingswood & Haddon Township.

RSVP to the Facebook event page for this meeting here.

Connect 2020 is thanks to a Transportation and Community Development Initiative (TCDI) grant  from the Delaware Valley River Planning Commission. Collingswood was awarded $72,000 as part of a multi-municipal application with Haddon Township for a Bicycle and Pedestrian Enhancements Master Plan.

TCDI funding focuses on linking land use and transportation planning. The goal of the Collingswood and Haddon Township Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan is to develop a bicycle and pedestrian network that helps to further connect the two communities with a specific focus on travel to the Haddon Avenue corridor and other assets throughout the two communities.

The study will look at the best way to create a seamless, safe and reliable bicycle and pedestrian network between the municipalities of Collingswood and Haddon Township will facilitate and encourage both utilitarian and recreational travel by walking and bicycling. Smart planning will maximize multimodal connections for visitors, commuters and residents to assets including NJ Transit bus connections, the PATCO Speedline, Zip Car (located in Collingswood), The Camden County Spine Trail, various public park trails, The Camden Greenway and The Circuit Trails of Greater Philadelphia and ultimately the East Coast Greenway.

PLEASE NOTE: There are two upcoming meetings to accommodate different schedules. Visit for meeting schedules or see all events on our page.
To learn more about the project, take the online survey, or for future meeting dates go to