Rowan Boulevard will be connected with and integrated into Downtown Glassboro and Rowan University through a series of primary and secondary roadways as well as through pedestrian and bike connections. The entire redevelopment area has convenient access to major roadways including the NJ Turnpike, I-295, Atlantic City Expressway, Route 55m Route 47 and Route 322.
Transportation Access Plan
Rowan Boulevard will encourage active transportation and public transit, while accommodating vehicles through on-street, surface and structured parking.
Transportation System Features
- Convenient access to NJ Transit public bus routes 313, 408 and 412
- 2,262 total parking spots, including 1,300 to be included in the first parking structure on Rowan Boulevard, to begin construction by Nexus Properties in August 2012 along with Rowan’s College of Graduate and Continuing Education and the 1-4-room Marriott Courtyard Hotel.
- Proposed Electric Rowan Shuttle Bus to provide service on campus and throughout the downtown areas.
- A bike path will connect Rowan Boulevard and the campus of Rowan University to a larger path system that is planned for the entire region. Glassboro is working with Gloucester County to engineer, plan and fund its section of the planned path by about 2015.
- The proposed Glassboro-Camden Light Rail Line will link Downtown Glassboro to Philadelphia, Trenton, Atlantic City and beyond.