Posted by: bikenwalk | June 16, 2008

Connecting Residents with PPGIS in Chatham, NJ

The township of Chatham, New Jersey is trying to create a greater sense of connectedness throughout its community by building walkways and bikepaths throughout the area. In addition to attending a board meeting tonight at Chatam’s Municipal Building, residents and concerned pedestrians/bikers will be able to log on to the townships interactive Public Participatory GIS (PPGIS)  website to add their input regarding where they think the new imporvements should be made. The project will cost $95,000 and take several years, but the hope is to make walking and biking easier in chatamn by combining old fashioned renovation with the new innovation of PPGIS.

To read a copy of the article about Chatham Townships Plan, visit the link below:

http://www.nj.com/independent/stories/index.ssf?/base/news-0/121320092788460.xml&coll=18

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