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Safe Routes to Transit: Bordentown Station
Product No.: 20023
Date Published: 11/2020
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Geographic Area Covered: City of Bordentown, New Jersey
Abstract: The Safe Routes to Transit: Bordentown Station plan was created by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission in collaboration with a variety of partners, most notably the City of Bordentown and Burlington County. The study proposes a series of design treatments with implementation steps to assist the municipality in funding and building a series of safety improvements for people walking and biking to the RIVERline station and downtown Bordentown.
Key Words: Safe Routes to Transit, Pedestrian, Bicycle, Transit Access, Safety
- Cassidy Boulan AICP (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Derek G Lombardi Senior Planner
- Mark Morley Transportation Planning Intern
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