Bridging the People and their River

October 14, 2016

Imagine the Hub City with more parks and open spaces along the Raritan River. Think about more bike routes and pedestrian walkways, bringing residents back to the water.

That was the vision shared last night, as the New Brunswick Environmental Commission presented a Public Access Plan at the Bloustein School of Rutgers University. Sara Malone and Karen Lowrie of the Environmental Analysis and Communications Group led the presentation of a sweeping plan to develop and increase public access points along the Raritan River.

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