Area Revitalization, Mobility and Industrial Corridor Reuse Study: Norristown, Plymouth and Conshohocken

Area Revitalization, Mobility and Industrial Corridor Reuse Study: Norristown, Plymouth and Conshohocken

Product No.: 05006
Date Published: 03/2005

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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the planning issues in adjoining sections of Norristown, Plymouth and Conshohocken and to recommend strategies that will address the needs and problems of the area. Proposed recommendations address the issues of commercial revitalization, industrial use, housing, roadway reconstruction and circulation, public transit accommodations, recreational amenities and streetscape improvements. This report completes the first phase of the two-phase project; an implementation phase related to the study recommendations will follow.

Geographic Area Covered: Plymouth Township, Municipality of Norristown and Conshohocken Borough in Montgomery County

Key Words: Land use, transportation, revitalization, redevelopment, economic development, recreation, zoning, streetscape, implementation strategies, multi-municipal planning

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