Tag Archives: NJDOT

Larini’s Site Should Be The Start Of A Princeton Transit Village

Princeton University has closed on the site of Larini’s Service Center, which for several decades ending this week has occupied the corner of Alexander Road and Faculty Road, providing automotive services to local residents. Philip Sean Curran at the ‘Princeton … Continue reading

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Princeton Has Ten ‘Functionally Obsolete’ or ‘Structurally Deficient’ Bridges

The dreadful state of New Jersey’s infrastructure was brought into renewed focus in January, when the NJ Department of Transportation issued an emergency close order on a road bridge on Amwell Road in Franklin Township. The bridge, which is 12 … Continue reading

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Report: New Jersey Road Maintenance Costs Are The Highest In The Nation

Princeton is facing a bill of around $1 million for emergency road repairs after snow plows cut up roads this winter, leaving drivers facing a course of potholes. Meanwhile, a resurfacing project getting underway on Route 206 in Princeton is … Continue reading

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Push Button And Pretend To Be A Car To Cross Route 27 In Kingston, NJ

Kingston, NJ, a few miles outside of Princeton, is a pretty small town with an active main street lined by local businesses. Unfortunately, that main street is Route 27, which is a big barrier to pedestrians. The intersection of Route … Continue reading

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What Would Bus Rapid Transit Look Like?

Bus Rapid Transit has been a hot topic of conversation in the Princeton area for several years. But what would it actually look like?

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