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WALTER RAND TRANSPORTATION CENTER IMPROVEMENTS

Project Scope:

The project includes the design and construction of a new saw tooth bus parking layout for three to four lanes, a continuous canopy with lighting, repaving of South Broadway, and streetscape improvements.  Passenger amenity enhancements will include new lighting, CCTV, public address system and signage.  The repaving of Broadway will allow NJ Transit buses to use their lifts for passengers with disabilities by eliminating the current uneven & deteriorating concrete roadway.  Streetscape improvements will enhance the aesthetics on Broadway (including adjacent plaza areas).  Project will improve connectivity between WRTC, PATCO, and the River Line Light Rail System.   

 

Project Cost:

Approximately $3,000,000.

 

Schedule:

Anticipated completion – Fall 2012

 

Benefits:

The saw tooth parking configuration will improve pedestrian safety; boarding and deboarding; and help for buses to exit lanes more efficiently. The repaving of Broadway will allow buses to use their lifts for passengers with disabilities by eliminating the current uneven and deteriorating concrete roadway.  Streetscape improvements will improve connectivity to both the PATCO and River Line Light Rail systems.