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What Others Are Saying About

Arterial

“Arterial provided “high-design” services on a budget we could afford - and did so in a manner that aligned perfectly with the ... objectives of our Greater Spruce Street Neighborhood Plan.”

Michael L. Powell

Vice President, NJ Community Development Corp. Paterson, NJ

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507 Bloomfield Avenue, 2nd Floor, Montclair, NJ 07042    T/F (973) 320-9123    info@arterialstreets.com       © 2013-2019 by ARTERIAL, LLC. All rights reserved.

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Client

Montclair Township

The RBA Group

 

Key Staff

David Lustberg, Principal in Charge

James Ribaudo, Project Manager

 

Construction Cost

N/A

 

Project Status

Completion Spring 2013

 

Total Project Size

10 Schools

 

Services

1. Crosswalk Street Design App.

2. Workshop Facilitation Assistance 

3. Data Collection

4. Interviews

The Township of Montclair is embarking on an effort to encourage more and safer walking and bicycling to school. This program is known nationally as “Safe Routes to Schools” (SRTS). The goal of this program is to reduce the number of cars on the road, increase student activity levels and improve the overall well-being of the Montclair community. Montclair’s 10 elementary and middle schools each have very unique conditions and goals that need to be addressed. Led by The RBA Group, the SRTS team performed inventories, hosted stakeholder workshops and in class activities and is in the process of developing solutions for each of the ten schools.

 

To successfully execute this program requires efficient and thorough data collection and analysis. Arterial utilized Crosswalk – our cloud-based mapping and decision making tool to perform all data collection. This included field documentation using mobile devices as well as interactive “community mapping” exercises during workshops. During stakeholder workshops, members of the community identified issues and solutions that were uploaded to Crosswalk “real-time.” The result is a data rich but “easy to use” interactive web-based map that can be utilized to prioritize improvements and identify solutions as the project moves forward. 

Montclair, New Jersey

Safe Routes to Schools Program

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