How walkable is Rahway? According to Walk Score, it’s more walkable than most cities in New Jersey.
Continue reading A closer look at local Walk Scores
What makes a neighborhood walkable? According to Seattle-based Walk Score, it means having a main street or public space, “enough people for businesses to flourish and public transit to run frequently,” and streets designed for bicyclists, pedestrians, and transit, among other things.
Continue reading Revisiting Rahway’s Walk Score over the years
One of our early blog posts was taking a look at a then-new site called Walk Score and examining how Rahway stacked up against neighbors and other redeveloping towns when it came to its Walk Score.
Continue reading Revisiting Rahway’s Walk Score
Expect increased enforcement of the parking restrictions beneath the train trestle on West Milton Avenue.
Continue reading Increased enforcement beneath train trestle
Does anyone walk anymore? Anywhere? It’s tough in New Jersey, but with carbon footprint being a buzzword of 2007, coupled with sensible redevelopment, maybe it can make a comeback.
Continue reading Take a hike