Among Orange’s assets is the city’s two rail stations located one mile apart on the Morris & Essex Line, Brick Church and East Orange.
On January 13, Governor Jon Corzine signed the The Urban Transit Hub Tax Credit Act to encourage development around train stations.
New Jersey’s largest city, Newark, has embarked on an ambitious plan to capitalize on its recently improved transportation connections.
Development in downtown New Brunswick continues apace, despite the real estate market downturn.
Patterson is beginning to see its station as a hidden opportunity—one that had not previously received a great deal of attention.
Efforts are underway to capitalize on the $75 million Trenton station improvement project that is scheduled for completion this summer.
Bus Rapid Transit has emerged as an efficient and affordable investment concept for converting urban bus routes into a modern, fast, reliable service.
With the deep slump in New Jersey’s housing market, one bright spot remains—locations that are transit-rich.
Brownfields are abandoned, idled or underutilized industrial and commercial properties where redevelopment is complicated by contamination.
The enactment of the Brownfield and Contaminated Site Remediation Act triggered the cleanup of problem sites all over the state.