Somerset County, with funding from the North Jersey Transportation Authority (NJTPA) sub-regional studies program, has launched the Somerset County Roadway Safety Study. This study will advance Somerset County’s efforts to address pedestrian, bicycle, and road safety. Up to five County maintained roadways will undergo a comprehensive safety analysis by a multidisciplinary team to identify vehicle, pedestrian, and bicyclist safety issues and develop safety improvement recommendations.
November 12, 2020 Public Meeting
The first public meeting for the Somerset County Roadway Safety Study will be held virtually on Thursday November 12th from 7pm to 8:30pm. Pre-registration is required to the virtual meeting at the following link: http://bit.ly/RegisterForMeetingNov12
At the meeting, there will be a brief presentation that will discuss the results of the initial analysis and five focus corridor locations selected for additional analysis. Following the presentation, there will be breakout rooms for small group discussion.
The five corridors selected for the breakouts rooms are:
1. Finderne Avenue/Main Street in Bridgewater Township
2. Franklin Boulevard in Franklin Township
3. Greenbrook Road in North Plainfield Borough
4. Somerset Street in Raritan Borough
5. Main Street in Millstone Borough
There will also be a breakout room for general transportation questions and a breakout session in Spanish.
Identify opportunities to improve safety on up to five Somerset County roadway corridors
Identify opportunities for implementation of green infrastructure improvements
Identify opportunities for the implementation of safety demonstration projects
Develop a Final Report with an implementation matrix and problem statements
The public will have multiple opportunities to provide feedback on the study. Two public meetings will be held during the course of the study to share study findings and present recommendations. An interactive map will be available to give feedback on precise locations.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing policies currently in place the public outreach for this study will be in a virtual format. The public can sign up for study updates by emailing SCroadwaysafetystudy@co.somerset.nj.us
Virtual Mapping Activity
The public can give feedback by participating in an interactive virtual mapping activity by clicking here . This input will help the project team.
Questions? Comments? Join our Mailing List SCroadwaysafetystudy@co.somerset.nj.us