River Road traffic study is a step toward Raritan Township greenway project

January 3, 2013

Read full story at NJ.com/Hunterdon County Democrat.

RARITAN TWP. — Although a biking and hiking path roughly parallel to the South Branch of the Raritan River was John King’s idea, it did not follow him out the door when he left the Township Committee to join the Hunterdon County Board of Freeholders.

According to 2012 mayor Oliver Elbert, the rest of the committee is committed to the concept. In fact, the township is conducting a traffic study on the section of River Road between Route 202 and Case Boulevard to see about turning it into a one-way street.

That was one of the recommendations made by a team of 10 graduate students from Rutgers’ School of Planning and Public Policy. Limiting traffic to one way will free up space for a hiking and biking path protected by a physical barrier.

Read full story at NJ.com/Hunterdon County Democrat.

 

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