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SFY2022 2ND QUARTER ALLOCATIONS

NJ Transportation Bank announces recipients of fund allocations for the second quarter of SFY2022!Raritan Township has been allocated $2,633,070 for a...

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BOROUGH OF LITTLE SILVER SIDEWALK PROJECT PHASE II

The Borough of Little Silver recently closed on a $2,518,496 construction loan with the NJ Transportation Bank to complete Phase II of its sidewalk pr...

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HACKENSACK STREETSCAPE

Hackensack City recently completed streetscape improvements that are being funded with approximately $3.9 million in loans from the NJ Transportation ...

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ATLANTIC COUNTY ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS LOAN CLOSING

Atlantic County recently completed roadway improvements that are being funded with approximately $11.6 million in loans from the NJ Transportation Bank, a joint low-rate funding program of the DOT and...

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RARITAN TOWNSHIP LOAN CLOSING

Raritan Township recently closed on a $2,882,950 loan with the New Jersey Transportation Bank for Road resurfacing.The project will include approximately 3,100 linear feet of resurfacing on Hart Boule...

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FUNDING ALLOCATIONS FOR 4TH QUARTER SFY2021!

NJ Transportation Bank announces the recipients of funding allocations for the 4th quarter of SFY2021!Camden County has been allocated $15,058,710 for the replacement of the White Horse Road Bridge ov...

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NJ TRANSPORTATION BANK ANNOUNCES RECIPIENTS OF FUND ALLOCATIONS FOR THE SECOND QUARTER OF SFY2021!

1. Essex County has been allocated $5,172,537 for County bridge repairs in Harrison, East Newark and Newark. 2. Camden County has been allocated $3,546,114 for the reconstruction of 27th Street C...

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NJ TRANSPORTATION BANK ANNOUNCES RECIPIENTS OF FUND ALLOCATIONS FOR THE FIRST QUARTER OF 2021!

Cape May County has been allocated $4,219,322 to replace the County Road 619 Bridge over Great Channel.Orange City has been allocated $5,400,000 to improve the Main Street streetscape and traffic cont...

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BAYONNE CITY LOAN CLOSING

The City of Bayonne recently closed on a $2,152,646 loan with the NJ Transportation Bank to replace a deteriorating pedestrian bridge along East 25th Street, spanning from Avenue E to Prospect Avenue....

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CITY OF HACKENSACK LOAN CLOSING

The City of Hackensack recently closed on a $3,921,780 loan with the NJ Transportation Bank for a two-way conversion of Main Street from Atlantic to Mercer and Mercer to Berry. The Streetscape will in...

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