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Camden County Transit Expansion Framework Study
Product No.: 12004
Date Published: 1/2012
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Geographic Area Covered: City of Camden and Gloucester City, NJ
Abstract: This study was conducted by DVRPC’s Office of Smart Growth to document the existing conditions of proposed station areas for the Camden County portion of the Glassboro-Camden Line. The Glassboro-Camden Line is an 18-mile transit route proposed to link Camden and Gloucester counties to the existing Port Authority Transit Corporation (PATCO) high speed line running between Philadelphia and Camden County, as well as to New Jersey Transit’s RiverLINE which connects Camden and Trenton. In addition to describing the existing conditions of each proposed station area, the study evaluates the potential for transitoriented development along the transit line.
Key Words: Glassboro-Camden Line, transit, transit-oriented development (TOD), smart growth, Camden County, Camden, Gloucester City, community development, Walter Rand Transportation Center, Cooper Hospital, South Camden
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