Efforts in this area focus on increasing awareness and recreational use of the Raritan River trails and waterways. Here we focus on developing new and upgrading existing access points and river-oriented trails and developing a coordinated plan for future Raritan River recreational uses.
Reports and Links
- Public Access and Recreation. 2009. Sustainable Raritan River Initiative, Rutgers University
- Lower Raritan Interactive Public Access Map. 2014. Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions
- Middlesex Greenway Access Plan Health Impact Assessment. 2014. Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers
- 2013 Dam Removals. 2013. American Rivers
- Open Space Preservation and New Jersey: the Economic Benefit for Municipalities. 2011. Jordan Hollander, Trinity College, Dublin.
- Riverkeepers Map of the Lower Raritan. 2009. Outdated, but still of value! Note that three of the dams on this map — the Roberts Street Dam, the Nevius Street Dam and the Calco Dam — have all been removed!!
- Raritan Riverfront Strategy Plan. 2003. HDR for Middlesex County and Middlesex County Improvement Authority