PARK(ing) Day Returns to Hub City, Expanding to 3 Locations

September 24, 2015

Several groups, from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors, came together to make New Brunswick’s PARK(ing) Day happen. At least two of those groups are related to Rutgers: the Rutgers Student Chapter of the NJ American Society of Landscape Architects (NJASLA) and Walk Bloustein/Bike Bloustein. NJASLA put together the greenery and seats to create the parklets, while the Bloustein School-based Walk Bloustein/Bike Bloustein helped with the logistics.

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