|Title||Brochure (poster): Hudson Waterfront Walkway Plan. No date, circa 1984.|
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|Collection||Hoboken Map & Guide Collection|
|Credit||Gift of William Einreinhofer.|
|Scope & Content||
Brochure (poster): Hudson Waterfront Walkway Plan. (New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Coastal Resources, no date, circa 1984-1985.)
Single sheet, printed two sides, 18" x 24" high folded to 6" x 9". PDF on file; tiffs media archive.
In March 1984, "Hudson Waterfront Walkway: Plan and Design Guidelines" was issued. It was a 141 page document (a PDF of it is on file with this record - see notes for abstract.) The poster/brochure here was apparently for public use and display. It has a map each side with legend plus small black-and-white vignettes with text about the cities it would be located in as well as some significant landmarks or historic sites.
The State of New Jersey
Department of Environmental
Wallace Roberts & Todd
Architects, Landscape Architects,
Urban and Environmental Planners
Louis Berger & Associates, Inc.
Engineers, Economists and Planners
Ralph B. Hirsch, Executive Director, Bicycle and Pedestrian
Transportation Research Center
This report was prepared under contract with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Coastal Resources, with financial assistance by the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, under provisions of the Federal Coastal Zone Management Act, P.L. 92-583, as amended.
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Hudson Waterfront Walkway: Plan and Design Guidelines. March 1984.
This report presents the results of a two year study, funded by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP), to plan a continuous Waterfront Walkway on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River between the George Washington Bridge and the Bayonne Bridge. The report sets out the recommendations of the Hudson Walkway Plan and presents Design Guidelines for the Walkway. The Design Guidelines present DEP's minimum locational and dimensional requirements for the walkway, and standards and suggestions for examples of means by which public access can be incorporated within a variety of different uses and types of development.
(Note: a revision in 1989 was also issued.)
|Year Range from||1984|
|Year Range to||1985|
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