Charlie Kratovil, the independent candidate for mayor in New Brunswick, will speak tonight at the Second Ward Neighborhood Block Club meeting about the city’s transportation system and what the future can deliver for the residents, workers, and visitors to the city.
After studying the current transportation resources and community needs, Kratovil developed a plan to enhance the existing bus services offered, and to make them more consistent, reliable, and user-friendly.
Seeing the need for a solution, Kratovil developed a detailed plan to help the residents of New Brunswick get around via mass transit, particularly those without access to a vehicle.
“Our city needs a transportation system that will support our residents, students, businesses, hospitals, and visitors,” said Kratovil. “By modernizing our fragmented public transportation systems, we will make it easier for the people of New Brunswick to connect with more economic and educational opportunities, and allow the city to grow without exacerbating parking problems and traffic congestion.”
Kratovil’s presentation will cover how we can enhance the various bus systems serving New Brunswick, improving the quality and consistency of service, as well as simplifying and centralizing access to the information about these systems.
Tonight’s meeting is open to the public hosted by the Second Ward Neighborhood Block Club, on Monday, September 24, at 7:00 pm in the Quaker Meeting House, 109 Nichol Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901.
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