In September 2013 Summit became the newest designee in the NJ Department of Transportation’s Transit Village Initiative.
Transit Village Update
In late 2012 New Brunswick received a long anticipated Christmas present: the opening of Wellness Plaza.
In the summer of 2012, Dunellen became New Jersey’s newest Transit Village, bringing the total to 26.
Cranford, a New Jersey Transit Village, is now home to two TOD projects, Cranford Crossing and Riverfront at Cranford Station.
Bloomfield is making strides toward the long-awaited transit-oriented redevelopment of its rail station area, as Glenwood Village moves along.
Bound Brook’s new Downtown Urban Design Plan calls for development around the train station, as well as building a waterfront trail.
In 2010, the City of Linden was designated the 23rd Transit Village by the state-wide program administered by the NJ Department of Transportation.
Located a mere 22 minutes from Camden via the RiverLINE, Riverside plans to expand its TOD efforts as New Jersey’s economic fortunes improve.
In 2010 Montclair and Somerville were designated as the state’s latest Transit Villages after demonstrating a sustained commitment to TOD.
In May 2010, The Avenue at South Orange officially opened to the public.