Red Bank parking study public presentation slated for January 10th

Parking, it’s one of the hottest topics surrounding Red Bank. If this is something you’re passionate about, then you’ll want to attend the parking study public presentation on Thursday, January 10th.

The Borough of Red Bank and Red Bank RiverCenter are hosting a public presentation of the parking study conducted by Walker Consultants.  The comprehensive parking study was commissioned to identify current parking issues and concerns as well as address and plan for future parking demands.  The presentation is scheduled for Thursday, January 10th at 7 p.m. at the Red Bank Primary School, 222 River Street.  Residents and business owners are encouraged to attend.

This follows a kick-off meeting held in September.  The Red Bank Borough Council awarded a contract to Walker Consultants, New York City, to complete a thorough parking study which will include public input, data collection such as an inventory of existing assets and land, and analysis of current and future demand, identification of high-priority issues, and identification of short-term and long-term management and financing strategies and solutions.  Input and information was solicited and collected from those who work, live, dine, shop and visit the community.  The parking study will quantify and assess Red Bank’s parking supply and demand, pinpoint parking issues for everyday activities and special events, and prioritize ways to improve parking operations and maintenance. The study will also look at parking policies such as enforcement and pricing strategies.

No exact times have been posted for the presentation, but we’ll share more details about it once the date draws closer.

source: Borough of Red Bank


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