The New Jersey Department of Transportation recently awarded its first Safe Streets to Transit grants to 15 communities.
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The redevelopment of the former Curtiss-Wright aircraft factory site in Wood-Ridge has been progressing.
The Xchange at Secaucus Junction is the first project to be built within the Secaucus Transit Village Redevelopment Area.
The city of Bayonne has added its Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Line station at 22nd Street to its transit-oriented planning efforts.
Governor Jon Corzine has signed the Urban Transit Hub Tax Credit Act to encourage redevelopment and job growth at locations served by transit.
Burlington County has produced a proposal to build new residential and commercial space near the Beverly/Edgewater Park RiverLine station.
Somerville has taken another step to develop the 160-acre landfill site near its Raritan Valley train station.
With funding from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Trenton has embarked on plans to redevelop the area around its train station.
The Transit-Friendly Development e-newsletter notes the recent passing of L. Richard “Rick” Mariani, an early proponent of transit-friendly planning.
Somerville is currently revising its Landfill Redevelopment Plan to incorporate the adopted consensus vision plan.