Distinctive identity for Irvington Ave. suggested

February 9, 2015

A planning initiative primarily run by Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School for Planning and Policy has presented a report to the four townships along the Irvington Avenue Corridor — Maplewood, South Orange, Irvington and Newark — outlining recommendations on how to turn the 1.5-mile county road into a unified “complete street” by improving the area’s physical appearance and making it more friendly to pedestrians and bicyclists.

Essex News Daily, Feb. 9

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