Welcome to CAT

CAT improves mobility, celebrates our community and the environment, through education about safe pedestrian access, bicycling, public transportation and trail systems.

How Bicyclists and Pedestrians Use Secondary and Arterial Roads to Traverse Highways (with video)

Riddle #1: What is Like a River But is Not a River? A highway is like a river. More specifically, a limited-access highway. Traffic flows on the highway, with on- and off-ramps controlling access. Limited access highways crisscross the Lehigh Valley (Routes 22, 33, 378, I-78, etc). In Pennsylvania (unlike other states such as California), bicyclists and pedestrians may not travel on designated highways controlled…
Read more