Main Street Streetscape Project
Main Street (NJ Route 71) was recently reconstructed by the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) to implement a “road diet” in order to improve traffic, bicycle, and pedestrian safety through the City of Asbury Park. During construction of that project, most of the existing trees along Main Street were removed to accommodate utility relocations and sidewalk reconstruction.
The City of Asbury Park has received a Federal Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) grant to provide streetscape improvements along Main Street and Deal Lake Drive to beautify the roadway. The proposed project will include the installation of over 100 new street trees to improve the aesthetics of the roadway. In addition, new decorative bicycle racks will also be installed at various locations along Main Street.
A public meeting was held on June 23, 2022 to present an overview of the project, as well as invite participants to submit questions/comments to the project team. A video recording of the presentation, the presentations slides, project renderings, and a summary of the meeting are available below.
The Project Team is interested in suggestions for locations of bicycle racks and benches along Main Street and Deal Lake Drive. If you would like to submit suggestions please click here to go to the interactive bicycle rack and bench Map.
If you would like to submit any comments, questions, or concerns regarding the Main Street (SR-71) Streetscape Project please submit them using Comment Form below.