Winter 2021 Newsletter
2020 Awards Video, Grant funded Patient Rides, EV Challenge 2021, Adapting to COVID19, Hunterdon Transportation Plan, Updated Transportation Guide.
Video Takes Place of Annual Meeting: Highlights 2020 Awardees
Like so many organizations, goHunterdon was forced to cancel the organization’s Annual Meeting and Awards Breakfast due to COVID19 social distancing guidance.

In place of the public recognition event, goHunterdon created a video to highlight the many individuals, businesses, municipalities, schools, and organizations...

Grant funded Rides Increasing Access to Healthcare
The ability to get to medical appointments is vitally important to improving patient health outcomes, reducing emergency department visits, and hospital readmissions.

In collaboration with Hunterdon Healthcare, goHunterdon secured a grant from the Horizon Foundation for New Jersey to provide rides to non-emergency medical appointments...

New Electric Vehicle Challenge Sparks “Hands On” Learning
More than 135 students at four (4) Hunterdon schools are currently participating in goHunterdon’s Electric Vehicle (EV) Challenge program as part of the Fall/Winter session. Registration for participation in spring session will open in February 2021.

The EV Challenge is an environmental education program for students in grades 6-8 that aligns with STEAM curriculum...

Safe Routes to School Program Continues to Adapt During COVID19
Remote, virtual, hybrid, and “cohort” scheduling. Regardless of where students are learning this school year, goHunterdon continues to provide bicycle and pedestrian safety education to students in grades K-8 as part of the Hunterdon Safe Routes to School Program.

Lessons have been modified for remote delivery including live video conferencing, pre-recorded video lessons, outdoor classes, and “Lessons in a Box”...

Demographic Trends and Changing Needs Will Guide County Transportation
goHunterdon recently completed an update to the Hunterdon County Coordinated Human Services Transportation Plan (CHSTP) in collaboration with the Hunterdon County Department of Human Services.

The Plan Update was accepted by the Hunterdon County Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) in November 2020 and approved by...

Transportation & Mobility Guide Updated for 2021
The Hunterdon County Transportation & Mobility guide, published by goHunterdon, has been updated for 2021. The guide contains a list of transportation services serving Hunterdon County and relevant contact information. Services include bus, rail, taxis, transportation networking companies like Lyft, and non-emergency medical transportation.

Detailed information about Hunterdon park and ride facilities and train stations is also included.

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