The council will discuss the design of Princeton’s Witherspoon Street on Monday

PRINCETON, NJ — If you’re wondering what’s next for the Witherspoon Street project, it’s time to tune in to Monday’s Council meeting.

Council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday to discuss Phase 2 of the Witherspoon Street Improvement Project. This phase includes Green Street to Franklin Avenue. The Board is expected to hold a working session on the design work.

Concept design details were not available on Friday.

Also on the agenda is the introduction of an ordinance which seeks to establish a ‘no stopping or standing zone’ on part of Paul Robeson Place. According to a memo from Deanna Stockton of the Engineering Department, Princeton Police and City Engineering personnel conducted a review of the accident history and sight distance of the Palmer Square Residences garage exit. located on Paul Robeson Place. This was done based on a request from Palmer Square Management.

To address safety concerns, the ministry recommended the removal of two metered parking spaces on the west side of the parking garage exit. This hopes to provide adequate sight distance for those who use the exit daily.

If a “no stopping or parking zone” is established, vehicles temporarily cannot stop and use the curbside space.

To view Monday’s Council agenda, Click here.

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