The Casino Association of New Jersey and the Greater Atlantic City Chamber are commissioning an independent traffic study to try to determine the effects of the planned Atlantic Avenue “road diet” on drivers.


“As you all know, the casino industry has been opposed to the road diet in its current form,” Casino Association President and Resorts Casino Hotel President and CEO Mark Giannantonio said during Friday’s Clean and Safe meeting at City Hall.


Current plans call for reducing the number of vehicle lanes to two from four, eliminating many left turns and adding a bike lane on each side, along with parking and expanded sidewalks. Read more from The Press of Atlantic City.