Bayonne School District Pedestrian and Bicycle Travel Plan

Report Presentation Students in this fall 2016 studio at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy worked with clients from the City of Bayonne and the Bayonne Public School District to develop a district school travel plan that identifies barriers and explores potential solutions to address pedestrian and bicycle conditions around schools […]

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Rutgers University Bike Share

Report Presentation This studio project is an analysis of the health impacts of the potential new bike share program planned for Rutgers and three surrounding communities.  The report, prepared for the Rutgers University Department of Institutional Planning and Operation (IPO), highlights existing bicycle and transportation infrastructure, and analyzes the physical, mental, social, and economic health impacts of the potential bike […]

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Westinghouse Commons 2030 Vision Plan

Presentation Goals: To create a resource for local stakeholders that provides a unified vision for the station area as well as an implementation plan to outline a path for development TO use Transit-Oriented Development best practices in designing the site To promote a vibrant mixed-use transit hub serving the adjacent neighborhoods, the City of Newark, […]

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Plainfield School District Travel Plan

Report Presentation This spring 2016 studio at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy developed a district school travel plan that describes barriers and potential solutions that address pedestrian and bicycle conditions around schools in Plainfield, NJ. As clients of the studio, the Plainfield Public School District and the City of Plainfield […]

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A Pathway Out of the Shadows

A Pathway Out of the Shadows: Evaluating Affordable Housing Solutions For Immigrant Communities Glen Acheampong, Patrick Clark, Matthew Iozzio, Alexis Juncaj, Xin Wang View Report In short, securing housing is one of the most significant challenges immigrants face. Sometimes, immigrants choose to settle with family on either a temporary or permanent basis. Often they will settle […]

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A Framework for Assessing Cyber Resilience

A Framework for Assessing Cyber Resilience: A Report for the World Economic Forum Brianna Keys, Aashish Chhajer, Zilong Liu, and Daniel Horner View Report Cyber resilience is of growing importance in our hyperconnected world, no longer relegated to simply the concerns of IT Departments. Cyber resilience is more than just about cybersecurity. It incorporates business […]

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Debt Sentence

Debt Sentence: The Effects of New Jersey’s Declining Public Investment in Higher Education James DiGenno, Kevin Llangari, Michelle Mayer, Adam Sherman View Report Across the United States public investment in higher education at the state level has consistently trended downward. Simultaneously, student enrollment has steadily gone up. This combination means that public universities are increasingly […]

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Pathways to Success

Pathways to Success: Investigating the Promotion of STEM Education in New Jersey Matthew S. Guglielmello, Stephanie Holcomb, Jim Lloyd, and Hao Wu View Report The Office of the Secretary of Higher Education (OSHE) provides coordination, planning, policy development, and advocacy for the state’s higher education system. It is also responsible for institutional licensure and the […]

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Boonton Transit Oriented Development

Report Presentation Poster* The goal of this studio was to assist the Morris County Town of Boonton (pop. 8500) advance its transit-oriented development (TOD) goals. Boonton wishes to invigorate its historic downtown through redevelopment and recognizes that its public transportation assets – a station on NJ TRANSIT’s Montclair-Boonton line and commuter bus connections to New […]

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Miami Beach: Resiliency and Adaptations by Design

Video Report Miami Beach, the eminent tourist destination, is learning to make their city better with resiliency planning. The city joined the 100 Resilient Cities network in 2017, and continues to work with planners and engineers to respond to climate change. Students in this spring 2016 studio worked with AECOM and the Miami Beach Resiliency […]

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