Plainfield Schools Develop Citywide Travel Plan

March 22, 2016

Are the routes that Plainfield kids are taking to school each day safe enough?

That was the question Rutgers Graduate Student Planners wearing reflective vests and carrying clipboards tried to assess last Friday. The planners evaluated the safety of the ways children take to and from school in Plainfield.

The graduate student planners are part of the first district-wide travel plan that Plainfield Public Schools will participate in, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Transportation, Rutgers University, EZ Ride/Meadowlink, and the City of Plainfield.

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