Group's report points way to N.J. economic renewal

Fortunately, a report released this month by the Regional Plan Association provides a path forward for New Jersey — to build neighborhoods of less-expensive homes at or near train stations that can feature pedestrian-friendly downtowns that provide easy commuting and shopping and dining a short walk from home.

The RPA report envisions building vibrant neighborhoods to replace parking lots. It does not take much imagination to extend this idea to dying office parks in proximity to mass transit hubs. 

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