Archive for the ‘Public Transportation’ Category

ARC Project’s Future? Let Your Voice Be Heard

Eldad Gothelf, LEED AP Urban Planner, Herrick's Land Use Group | October 21, 2010 in NJ Transit,Public Transportation | Comments (13)

With New Jersey Governor Chris Christie set to announce Friday whether he will kill the ARC Project or allow it to proceed, the fate of tri-state area commuters hangs in the balance.

With all types of groups, politicians, economists, and others weighing in, ZONE would like to hear from you.  Please vote in the poll below and let us know how you feel.  (For a recap of the ARC proposal, go here.)

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ARC Project Pulled!

Eldad Gothelf, LEED AP Urban Planner, Herrick's Land Use Group | October 7, 2010 in NJ Transit,Public Transportation | Comments (9)

In a crushing blow to public transit advocates and New Jersey commuters alike, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has ordered the termination of the ARC Tunnel Project.   The ARC project – standing for Access to the Region’s Core  – was a proposed new tunnel from New Jersey into midtown Manhattan, terminating at Penn Station, with an entirely new underground rail station built, connecting the many modes of transportation along 34th Street between 6th Ave and 8th Ave. (more…)