Special Meeting on Route 33 Corridor Revitalization Plan Tonight
The East Windsor Township and Hightstown Borough have scheduled a special meeting for March 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the East Windsor Senior Center.
During the meeting, the consultant Heyer Gruel and Associates will present the findings and proposals to date of the “Route 33 Corridor Revitalization Plan."
The planning initiative was undertaken to review zoning and existing uses along Route 33, from Route 130 in East Windsor to Summit Street in Hightstown, particularly the 38-acre former Minute Maid property, divided between East Windsor and Hightstown, which includes 21 acres of vacant land in the Township and 16 acres and the former plant facility in Hightstown.
Another goal of the initiative is to determine the most appropriate uses and zone changes to enhance development and redevelopment opportunities for this area.
The study also was to examine traffic circulation, potential roadway and intersection improvements and available infrastructure to support development, with special focus on the Route 33 and Airport Road intersection.
The initiative is funded by a $100,000 Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Transportation and Community Development Initiative grant.