Rutgers plan would transform A.C.'s 'Snake Alley' into 'Downtown Loop'

February 8, 2016

In an eight-block stretch along the Boardwalk, nearly half the land is either vacant or surface parking.

That “dead zone” bound by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, South Carolina Avenue, Pacific Avenue and the Boardwalk could be much more, according to a study from graduate students of the Rutgers University Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy.

Press of Atlantic City, February 8

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