Governor Murphy’s administration recently announced awards to four Transit Village grant recipients.
Transit Village Update
Recent redevelopment in Metuchen represents a leap forward for the community — new housing, new retail, and a new plaza.
Planning for pedestrians and bicyclists, zoning changes, and Master Plan updates help Asbury Park promote its Transit Village.
The Hackensack Bus Terminal is at the core of NJ’s 31st Transit Village, the City of Hackensack.
When completed, years of planning will result in new housing, retail, parking and a public piazza in Metuchen’s center.
Bus service and the Irvington Bus Terminal are at the core of NJ’s 30th Transit Village, Irvington Township.
Named the state’s 29th Transit Village, the Borough of Park Ridge is focusing on pedestrian improvements and zoning changes to achieve its TOD goals.
A range of transit oriented developments and planning efforts are boosting Bloomfield as a key transit hub on the Montclair-Boonton Line.
Development, population growth, improved transit service, and planning efforts are helping to create a vibrant TOD community in Bound Brook, NJ.
Two decades of self-assessment, planning, public engagement, and redevelopment help South Orange achieve its TOD goals.