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Once upon a time, a trolley connected all the towns along Bloomfield Avenue
Once upon a time, a trolley connected all the towns along Bloomfield Avenue
Rutgers University wants to know what you think of Bloomfield Avenue.

The university is among the collaborators on the Bloomfield Avenue Complete Corridor Plan, an effort to create design standards and recommendations for Bloomfield Avenue all along its four-mile length. The plan’s goal is to foster common transportation planning and the development that works for residents, businesses, shoppers and commuters.

As part of its research, Rutgers has created a quick survey to get your impressions of Bloomfield Avenue as a driver, transit commuter, walker or cyclist, local employee or resident. You can take the Bloomfield Ave. Survey here, and Rutgers hopes that you will share the survey link with family, friends and co-workers who also use Bloomfield Avenue.

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For more information on the Bloomfield Avenue Complete Corridor project and Together North Jersey, visit

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