NJDOT will partially replace the US 46 bridge over the Musconetcong River which connects Washington and Mount Olive Townships to Hackettstown. The bridge is scheduled to be completely closed to traffic for 10 days starting at 9pm on August 16. For more information on the road detours, see NJDOT’s press release and visit 511nj.org for the latest travel information.
Morris County will rehabilitate the County owned Kenvil Team Track located in Roxbury Township on Berkshire Valley Road (CR 642), north of US 46. The team track serves as a public transload facility (merchandise is transferred from railroad to truck) that businesses may utilize. The project is expected to start in the week of July 7, 2014, and be completed within four months. No detour of Berkshire Valley Road will be required. See the project webpage for more information.
NJDOT will replace NJ 10 bridge over the Passaic River which connects East Hanover to Livingston. The project is scheduled to begin on May 10 and expected to be completed at the end of 2014. For more information on road detours, see NJDOT’s press release and visit 511nj.org for the latest travel information. This project will also affect NJ Transit 73 and 872 bus service; see NJ Transit’s press release for service changes.
The US Census Bureau released a new report highlighting the demographic and geographic trends of walking and bicycling to work. The report, “Modes Less Traveled – Bicycling and Walking to Work in the United States: 2008-2012” is available on the census website.
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.
The NJ 124 Corridor Transit Access Improvement Study will analyze and recommend station access improvements at Chatham, Madison, and Convent Stations in the NJ 124 corridor. Read more.
The East Hanover Avenue Corridor Traffic Study will analyze the existing and future traffic, and design improvements along East Hanover Avenue in Hanover, Morris Plains, and Morris Twp. Read More.
As part of its Freight Infrastructure and Land Use Analysis, Morris County has created the Municipal Guide for Freight Planning. This publication presents information to local governing bodies, planning boards, and boards of adjustment for their consideration in land use planning and infrastructure projects for goods movement activity within their municipality. Read the publication.