Mobility

Seton Hall U. plan calls for new shuttle service

Posted on September 8, 2014

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. — Revised parking studies and a proposed shuttle service are part of Seton Hall University’s proposal for the now-closed Marylawn Catholic school but did not satisfy members of the board of adjustments or the public, reported The Alternative Press.

The plans for the Marylawn campus call for 101 parking spaces, meaning over 200 students will need to find other places to park. Despite the proposed shuttle system, many board members and residents at the meeting said they thought that students would more likely park in residential areas than leave their cars at the main Seton Hall campus and take a bus to class. For the full story, click here.

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