Friday, April 11, 2008
According to an APP story today, last year New Jersey tourism amounted to $38 billion. A great big part of that, no doubt, is the Jersey Shore. In the Bayshore, the most important artery to the main tourist draw around here is Route 36. Of course, Route 36 doesn't do what it could to take better advantage of this circumstance, since the towns along the corridor do not get together with the determination to do something with this very valuable stretch of what should be commerce.
Click on the headline and go to the story in the APP.