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Hughes – What if the road from Tuckerton to Atlantic City was built?

Route S4A was intended to connect Tuckerton in Ocean County to Atlantic City in Atlantic County, New Jersey, during the 1920s. The road's construction would have significantly shortened the travel distance between North Jersey and Atlantic City, but it was never...

What if the road from Tuckerton to Atlantic City was built?

LITTLE EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Today, it's a nearly untouched portion of New Jersey, but it could have been filled with houses, lagoons, businesses and the constant hum of human activity during the summer. Narrow Great Bay Boulevard, also known as Seven Bridges Road,...

Could A Surfside Building Disaster Happen On The NY Or NJ Coast?

Last week, search crews reached the bottom of the rubble at the Champlain Towers condo building site in Surfside, Florida, where at least 98 people perished due to a deadly collapse in June. The exact cause is still unclear, but lack of...

Featured Graduate Studio: Atlantic City Downtown Loop

In early April, a group of Bloustein School students traveled to Atlantic City to present two different neighborhood plans to the Atlantic City Planning Board. In front of an eager audience, the media, and the viewing public, Dan Brooks, Molly Coon, Katelyn Hansen,...

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

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...

Can Atlantic City rebound again?

At the center of the challenge is a question: Can this iconic Jersey Shore resort, which resurrected itself from decades of decay by welcoming casinos in the mid-1970s, find some new attraction besides legalized gambling to serve as a foundation for a more prosperous...

Christie announces state takeover of Atlantic City finances

Ultimately, whether its a takeover depends on nuances of the legislation, said Mark Pfeiffer, a former deputy director with the state Division of Local Government Services. Will the city council be consulted? Will the Local Finance Board act on the council's behalf?...

Atlantic City Officials Vow to Fight State Takeover of Finances

“The state can make some tough decisions that are very, very difficult for local officials to make because of local political pressures. For example, you have to cut costs in Atlantic City in order to reflect what the city is today, not what it was 25 years ago, when...

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