Roadgeek Adam wrote:Before you all start trying to make me look like the idiot,That was published back in 2005 , I'm not saying it won't get done. But EO hasn't moved on anything since 2008 , meaning we won't see anything Transit related till the 2020s or later...and knowing East Orange they tend to drag there feet abit. This part of the city is also very poor and has strong "Ghetto Community Groups aka Neighborhood groups who benefit Gangs ^ Criminals and are anti-Gentrification". These Groups have successfully derailed 15 projects in Newark and 3 in East Orange...the LRT project would go around these areas to the stable areas of EO and Bloomfield.
http://www.reconnectingamerica.org/asse ... ice241.pdf
That is the study released in 2005 about restoration of Ampere, which will need to be redone anyway, considering the platform is collapsing within. I know it, because I took the photos I posted of it collapsing.