Woodbridge Township Creative Placemaking Plan. June 2017. Project Team: Sara J. Malone and Karen Lowrie. Prepared for the Township of Woodbridge, NJ.
Malone, S.J., (2017) The City of New Brunswick Municipal Public Access Plan, prepared for City of New Brunswick, NJ and NJDEP Coastal Management Program. (pending adoption) This project involved development of a Municipal Public Access Plan for the City of New Brunswick, which is located at the top of the tidal reach for the Raritan […]2017, coastal, Malone, MPAP, public access
Giri, Subhasis, D. Krasnuk, R. Lathrop, S. Malone, and J Herb. State of the Raritan Report, Volume 1. 2016. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Rutgers University’s Sustainable Raritan River Initiative, with input from watershed partners, has developed a new report that updates the New Jersey Water Supply Authority’s Raritan Basin: Portrait of a Watershed that […]2016, Herb, Malone, Raritan, trends
DiPetrillo, S., L.A. Von Hagen, S. Malone, S. Meehan, and G. Shivaraman (2017). Delays, Detours, and Diversions: Paths to Fully Executed Safe Routes to School Projects. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2653), 17-25. https://doi.org/10.3141/2653-03 Abstract: State governments periodically solicit, review, and award Safe Routes to Schools grants to local governments and […]2017, Malone, safe routes to school
Alomar, R., D. Nickel, S. Malone, Z. Tech-Czarny, W. Kurzenberger, T. Barracato. 2016. Rudyk Park Community Accessibility and Expansion Project, Final Design Report, prepared for USEPA and the City of Perth Amboy. For this project, planning and design professionals from the EAC Group, Rutgers Department of Landscape Architecture and Perth’s Amboy’s Office of Economic and […]2015, community engagement, Malone, public access
Carnegie, J., W. Hoefer, R. Alomar, A. Hernandez, S. Malone, S. Meehan, T. Sanchez, M. Ticker, A. Viani, L. Von Hagen. 2015. City of Perth Amboy 2nd Street Park Concept Design, prepared for City of Perth Amboy and Middlesex County Improvement Authority. In May 2014, the Middlesex County Improvement Authority (MCIA), working with the City […]2015, Malone, parks, Perth Amboy, public access
Sixteen graduate students participated in this Spring 2014 Studio, co-taught by Sara Malone and Duke Farm’s Michael Catania. Students developed a conceptual design for restoration of degraded wetlands in a working waterfront along the Raritan River on the Woodbridge/Edison townships line. The Red Root Creek Wetlands is held in private ownership by the Federal Business […]Malone, public access, Raritan, studio