Reminder: Lakewood Transportation Subcommittee of the Master Plan Advisory Board meets today; Seeks Constructive input from Residents

municpal_building_tls_2The Transportation Subcommittee of the Master Plan Advisory Board, tasked with recommendation for traffic and circulation improvement, is seeking the input of Lakewood residents.

The Transportation Subcommittee will meet today, November 22, at 5:30pm in the Court Room of the Lakewood Township Municipal Building.

Public attendance is encouraged, and participants are asked to pre-type their suggestions/comments to be handed into the chairman.


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  1. Solutions are simple
    1)Stop building period – especially in high density areas like ‘oak street corridor’, maybe even change existing zoning to lower density.
    2)Open all paper streets like Arlington, etc. & stop vacating old ones
    3)Don’t place tens of schools in the same location like Oak & Vine St.

  2. To no 1
    Very easy to say “stop building” reality is there is tremendous demand for housing. The people have to go somewhere. Your second & third points are accurate

  3. To number 2

    Yes. Stop building they way they are doing so now. All these developments without they streets aren’t allowing traffic to flow. Instead all the dev all come out to the same road and clog the road.

    Stop over building- townhouses and duplex should be banned.

    No one wants to hear it. But it’s the hard truth. Our builders and township officials created this mess.

  4. What tremendous need for housing? There are too many houses. Look a the ads at the massa umattan. There are too many unsold houses and most people are moving to Jackson or Toms River.

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