Product No.: 02013
Date Published: 03/2002
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Geographic Area Covered: Burlington County, New Jersey
Key Words: transit-oriented development (TOD), transit village, transit supportiveness, New Jersey Transit, Southern New Jersey Light Rail Transit System (SNJLRTS), Burlington County, master plan, mixed uses, zoning ordinance, zoning overlay district, access improvement, development opportunity area, existing land use, real estate market, smart growth, sprawl
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