Summer is when people take to the streets on bikes, skateboards, scooters and on foot. But educating them and drivers on a recently enacted New Jersey law about how to pass them safely has gotten off to a slow start.

The state Division of Highway Traffic Safety awarded a $78,342 grant to a cycling and pedestrian advocacy group to create the Safe Passing 4 NJ resource website and education program, which launched in May. But the division’s own website didn’t mention that website or link to it until last week. Read More from NJ.COM.