What is the Future of Transportation and Development in Central New Jersey?

October 18, 2017

Plus, a group of students from Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy shared their plans to offer increased bus service between different municipalities. The northern and southern parts of Central New Jersey are extremely divided when it comes to public transportation, since bus and rail routes along the Raritan Valley corridor in Union, upper Middlesex, and upper Somerset Counties are largely unconnected from those on the Northeast Corridor in central and lower Middlesex and Somerset Counties. To travel from one part of Central New Jersey to another using New Jersey Transit, one often has to go to North Jersey to transfer in Newark or Elizabeth.

Jersey Digs, October 18, 2017

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