Bob Noland

NJSPL – Roadside Tree Removal: The Need for Collaborative Decision-Making

Written by Ellen Oettinger White (PhD ’23) and Bob Noland, this blog post focuses on highway design guidelines for tree zoning. However, the guidelines that specify this clear zone are more than 50 years old, and written at a time when occupant protections such as airbags were almost nonexistent.

NJSPL – Did the COVID-19 Pandemic Spark a Bicycling Boom?

During the early stages of the pandemic, there were reports of a surge in bicycling activity across the country, as well as in New Jersey, leading to a marked increase in bicycle purchases. But was this surge temporary or an indication of a longer term shift in travel behavior?

Bus Rapid Transit Not a Long-Term Solution for Holland Tunnel

Robert Menendez Jr., who may soon represent the 8th Congressional District, which includes the Holland Tunnel area, has floated a plan to include buses because the $4.7 billion highway-widening project has become "polarizing." Menendez proposed that the expanded...


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