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Broad and Warren Two-Way Street Study

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Background

The City of Trenton should make Broad Street (Route 206) and Warren Street two-way roads as far north as practical. Both are important links in the downtown. These roadways should remain two-way to at least State Street, where motorists could chose to turn left or right. On-street parking should be maintained at the current level. These streets are multi-lane one way streets. A traffic study to determine the limits of the conversion and nature of impacts should be determined in the study. See Legibility Study.

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Proposed traffic calming and streetscape elements, identified in the Broad Street Vision Plan, should be implemented and carried further north, to enhance the identity of the corridor through downtown. For more information see Broad Street Vision Plan (http://broadstreetvisionplan.weebly.com/site-analysis-and-site-maps.html)
Details of Broad and Warren Two-Way Street Study

Classification:

Study

Supporting Departments:

Police Department

Fire Department

Ems

Department Of Public Works

Cost:

$40,000

Status:

Pending

Districts:

Downtown District

Topic Focused Report:

Circulation

Priority:

Medium