2019 Planning Studio highlight: Bloustein graduate students actively engage community stakeholders in placemaking process

Twelve graduate urban planning students explored how to actively engage community stakeholders in the placemaking process to create economic vitality and inclusive healthy places in the Borough of Highland Park, NJ in the Bloustein spring graduate planning studio, “Placemaking in Highland Park: Making Connections between Place, Health, Equity, and Economy.” Led by staff from the Bloustein […]

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Plainfield schools to develop travel plan

Rutgers Graduate Student Planners wearing reflective vests and carrying clipboards began a walk assessibility last Friday at Plainfield High School and Evergreen Elementary School to evaluate the safety of the routes the children take to and from school in Plainfield. The graduate student planners are part of the first district-wide travel plan that Plainfield Public […]

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Award-Winning West Orange Streetscapes and Safe Streets Plan Presented to Public

More than 50 people braved the rain, wind and fog Wednesday night to attend a West Orange Streetscapes and Safe Streets presentation on the “Complete Streets Concept Plan” for West Orange, which was developed by the graduate students of the Rutgers University School of Public Planning\Edward J. Boustein School of Planning and Public Policy. The […]

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