Edgewater Traffic Design

August 15 2015
Edgewater Traffic Design

Edgewater, like most of North Jerseys Gold Coast has seen a major reversal of its land value in the past 20 years.  Originally a boom of development when the ports and ferries dominated the Hudson Coastline was later left in ruins following the changing of the industrial and transportation sectors of the regions.  Remains of old industrial shells such as this gas line overpass still exists, but piece by piece, buoyed by mass transportation options and one-of-a-kind views, the North Jersey Gold Coast has been redeveloped.  Planned developments of retail, office, residential, primarily in mixed-use environments have been the latest boom to the region.  Stonefield is at the forefront of transportation network design in these communities, proposing new light rail stations, park-and-rides, new ferry service, and complete streets within mixed-use developments.  Stonefield preaches that density does not have to mean congestion when supported by proper transportation options.