Over the past several years, Rahway has undertaken an intensive effort to attract new residential and commercial development to its downtown.
Transit Village Update
Morristown will soon see the completion of two mixed-use projects, the Highlands at Morristown and the redevelopment of Epstein’s Department Store.
Bloomfield, a New Jersey Transit Village since 2003, continues to make progress on a comprehensive redevelopment plan for its town center.
Collingswood is taking a major step in its continuing efforts to redevelop near its transit station.
The Jersey City Planning Board has granted site plan approval for two mixed-used towers adjacent to the Journal Square PATH station.
Metuchen has received a Smart Future grant of $50,000 to continue its public outreach efforts in support of redevelopment.
Thee Delaware River Port Authority has announced a master plan for the seven stations in southern New Jersey served by the PATCO High Speed Line.
Rahway has launched one of the city’s most ambitious TOD projects, Rahway Town Center, which calls for new retail, housing and a hotel.
In February 2007, Elizabeth joined an elite group of New Jersey municipalities when it became the 18th designated Transit Village.
In March 2007, New Jersey named its 19th Transit Village, Burlington City.