PATH Extension to EWR 2026: Newark NJ, Redevelopment Master Plan Studio Syllabus


PATH Extension to EWR 2026: Newark NJ, Redevelopment Master Plan Studio Syllabus


We are planning the $1.7B PATH extension to the Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) announced in 2017 with a proposed completion date of 2026. Our Spring graduate design studio is a collaborative redevelopment planning project with the City of Newark Office of Planning, Zoning & Sustainability (OPZS) for the new PATH station development adjoining Dayton Weequahic Park neighborhood. The PATH extension and station are planned to provide direct access for commuters to the airport from Newark’s Penn Station. Our studio will build on information compiled by the Fall 2017 graduate design studio and part of a two- year and three-school consortium. Spring semester we will work as the first Bloustein dual studio arrangement; meeting every few weeks with Professor Nelessen’s undergraduate design studio. Our joint meetings will include discussions with invited speakers, and the opportunity to compare research and design. Future studios on this significant project are planned for NJIT (Fall 2018), and the University of Pennsylvania (Spring 2019). We will interface with the current planning studies being prepared by the Port Authority, and the Regional Plan Association (RPA).





Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy




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