Hunterdon County • Somerset County • Branchburg • Bridgewater • Flemington • Raritan Borough • Raritan Township • Readington • Somerville • Raritan Valley Community College • HART TMA • RideWise • Trans Bridge • NORWESCAP • Somerset County Business Partnership • Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce
Final Report Now Available! Download report here (Large PDF).*
Report appendices available here (Large PDF)*
*Notice: Due to their large size, it may take a minute for the file to open.
Together 202 is a pilot project for the Together North Jersey Local Demonstration Project Program spanning the municipalities along Route 202 between Flemington and Somerville. This project proposes to:
- Foster a working and collaborative network of interested citizens, residents, business owners, and stakeholders living in the communities to participate in the process and support project actions and outcomes
- Develop a deep understanding of the corridor to understand the opportunities for growth and connectivity along the corridor
- Develop a stakeholder-driven vision for the corridor that identifies opportunities and provides strategies that link land use to business development, redevelopment and transportation
The objective is a community-building corridor that not only enables mobility of all kinds – cars, transit, biking, walking – but supports locally-based objectives for economic development and community character.
- Adapting to changing economics and demographics
- Reimagining land uses at opportunity areas
- Forging corridor connections through transortation, programs and collaborations
Updated February 9, 2013
The project final report has been released and is available at the top of this page.
Somerset Freeholder Director Peter Palmer and Hunterdon Freeholder Deputy Director Matthew Holt welcomed over twenty-five project partners to the Final Presentation of Together 202: Reimagining Complete Communities along a Connecting Corridor in Somerville on May 20th.
Recommendations include creating more opportunities for walking and biking, reimagining vacant retail buildings to adapt to changing demand, and promoting agriculture and eco-tourism opportunities. Project partners helped the team to refine the report’s recommendations to ensure greater chance for implementation.
The latest presentation is available in the materials and resources page.
On July 31, a large group of public officials and stakeholders took part in a Walk Talk and Act Tour. A detailed description of that tour, along with many pictures is available here.
- NJ TRANSIT
- Regional Plan Association
- The Williams Group
Project Contact: Rob Freudenberg, NJ Director, Regional Plan Association email@example.com