Rail Coalition Meeting to offer updates on 1-seat ride, Trans-Hudson Tunnel, Hunter Flyover, Roselle Park and Cranford Station Construction.
The next Raritan Valley Rail Coalition (RVRC) meeting will be on Monday and is open to the public.
The featured speaker will be Westfield Realtor Mary Ellen O’Boyle, who will discuss the Transit Oriented Development (TOD) trend and its economic andother impacts on Main Street and downtowns with rail stations on the Raritan Valley Line.
RVRC Chairman Peter Palmer will present highlights from the September 2017 quarterly one-seat ride meeting with NJ Transit. He also will update the membership on the progress of the Trans-Hudson Tunnel Project, Gateway Project, Penn Station capacity improvements, the Hunter Flyover, Lehigh Line triple-tracking and construction at the Roselle Park and Cranford train stations.
The Oct. 30 meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. in the Town of Westfield Council Chambers located in the municipal building at 425 E. Broad St. Parking is available behind and on the sides of the municipal building.
For questions, driving directions or more information, contact the Raritan Valley Rail Coalition at 908-541-5773, by fax at 908-707-1749 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Program on Cranford’s Historic Resources
Monday, November 27, 7:30 p.m.
Cranford Community Center
220 Walnut Ave., Cranford, NJ 07016
Cranford Historic Preservation Advisory Board member Kinney Clark will present a program on the Board’s recently completed Phase 1 Cranford Historic Resources Survey. The Survey includes an overview of community history and development, a review of existing cultural resources surveys, National Register listings, current status updates for existing resources, and recommendations for future survey activity. The program is sponsored by the Cranford Public Library. Admission is free and all are welcome.