County Road and Rail Crossing Projects – October / November
Several County road and rail crossing projects have either started or will begin soon. These projects require lane closures or detours that will result in traffic delays over the next few weeks. Read the press release for details.
Sussex Turnpike Project – Paving Starts Week of October 24
The Sussex Turnpike (617) project in Randolph will be finalized over the next few weeks. Milling should begin on October 20, and resurfacing should start on or about October 24. Read the press release for more information.
County Resurfacing Projects in Parsippany, Butler, and Boonton Twp
Road resurfacing work has started on South Beverwyck Road in Parsippany, and on Boonton Avenue in Butler. Work will begin on Boonton Avenue in Boonton Township. Read the press release for more information.
County Railroad Crossing Projects – Starts October
Morris County will improve several railroad crossings in Denville, Rockaway Borough, Rockaway Township, and Roxbury starting in October and continuing into early November. This work will require the closures of several roads, including NJ 10 in Roxbury, that will result in traffic detours and delays. Read the press release for more information. See NJDOT’s notification regarding the NJ 10 detour.
NJ Rideshare Website is Available to help Commuters
NJ Rideshare is a free website to help people living or working in New Jersey find more options to get to work. The website helps commuters find carpools or vanpools to join. It also identifies public transit and park & ride locations to help commuters travel to work. Visit www.NJRideshare.com to find out more information.
Street Smart Safety Campaign – 2016
Street Smart Safety Campaign is a public education and awareness campaign created and coordinated by the NJTPA in order to help encourage safer decisions by drivers and pedestrians. For more information, please visit the Street Smart website.
Pulaski Skyway Rehabilitation Project
The northbound travel lanes on the Route 1&9 Pulaski Skyway will be closed for approximately 24 months while the NJDOT rehabilitates the bridge deck. For more information on alternate routes, and transit and ridesharing options visit pulaskiskyway.com.