Managing Change Along US 322 Corridor: Land Use and Transportation Issues, Policies, and Recommendations
Volume 2: Framework Plan

Managing Change Along US 322 Corridor: Land Use and Transportation Issues, Policies, and Recommendations

Product No.: 07004
Date Published: 01/2007

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This document is the second phase of an 18-month two-volume study. Completed in June 2006, Volume One: Baseline Conditions incorporated baseline information including demographics, land use and development, and transportation conditions. A municipal and corridor-wide zoning build-out analysis was also completed. Building upon the conditions identified in Volume I, this second volume provides the rationale for the US 322 Corridor Framework Plan. Within Volume 2 is a general introduction of the framework plan process and growth within the US 322 corridor; different perspectives of each corridor community and a proposed corridor-wide vision; two different future perspectives of growth for US 322 that include illustrations; an outline of land use, development, and access management principles; development and transportation goals for the US 322 corridor; detailed municipal and corridor-wide transportation and land use recommendations; implementation tools; and sample zoning ordinances for the study area municipalities.

Geographic Area Covered: Route 322 Corridor, Gloucester County, New Jersey

Key Words: land use, access management, smart growth, build-out, congestion mitigation process, mixed uses, open space preservation, sprawl, overlay districts, curb cuts, traffic accidents, population growth, zoning ordinances, historic districts.

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