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Urban Politics and Policy: Education and Social Justice: Master Plans

Master Plans

Master plans (also called "land use" plans, or "comprehensive plans") are long-term land use and infrastructure plans for a community's future growth and development. They usually include analysis of the community's current state, and proposals for land use, housing, transportation, facilities, recreation areas, etc.

New Jersey Master Plans

New Jersey Master Plans
List of New Jersey Master Plans available in the Sinclair New Jersey Collection of the Special Collections and University Archives, located in the Rutgers Alexander Library in New Brunswick.
Together North Jersey:Inventory of Existing Plans
Together North Jersey (TNJ) was created in 2011 to help develop a regional plan for North Jersey. In conjunction with that project they inventoried and made available then existing regional, county and city plans prepared by jurisdictions within the 13-county North Jersey region.
Newark Master Plans
Jersey City Master Plans

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