Public/Private Partnership for Development of the South Brunswick Stationby Jack M. Kanarek, NJ Transit Rail Operations, United States,
Laura von Zittwitz, NJ Transit Rail Operations, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Major Development and Transportation Projects: Public/Private Partnerships
Abstract: Because of projections for continued residential and commercial growth and a large gap between stations, NJ TRANSIT decided to construct a new station in the Township of South Brunswick. This paper is a case study of NJ TRANSIT's efforts to form a public/private partnership for the development of the proposed South Brunswick station. The paper describes the early planning for the station, the developer selection process, agreements between developers and NJ TRANSIT, design coordination of the train station and proposed commercial development and the governmental and public review of the projects. The paper provides an understanding of the benefits and difficulties of the public/private partnership experienced in the South Brunswick station project.
Subject Headings: Public private partnership | Railroad stations | Project management | Railroad engineering | Rapid transit systems | Case studies | New Jersey | North America | United States
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