Five city roads will be closed for 24 hours beginning tomorrow morning for emergency underground electrical work, according to Passaic County.
The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) starts its Madison Avenue railroad crossing rehabilitation work on Monday morning.
The battle between New Jersey governor Chris Christie and the state senate over how to fund the Transportation Trust Fund has halted more than $20 million in much needed road and bridge work managed by the Passaic County government, said officials on Tuesday morning.
The railroad crossing on 5th Avenue is being rehabilitated, according to New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT).
City officials are closing Barnes Street in the Stoney Road section for a 12-month period in order to create a safer turn from that street onto Grand Street. Unsafe turn “due to limited sight distance” at the intersection of Barnes and Grand Streets is the reason for the closure.
In an effort to rehabilitate a more than 100 year old underground sewer pipe, the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission will close a section of 5th Avenue between Wait Street and East 12th Street for seven months.
The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) approved $600,000 for Passaic County to look into options for replacing or rehabilitating the 6th Avenue Bridge.