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 project.

NJ I-Bank and NJDOT Helping to Improve New Jersey's Transportation Infrastructure, One Project at a Time

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 project. This project will create a continuous network of sidewalks throughout the borough, providing safe pedestrian passage to three schools and to the NJ Transit train station. The Project is expected to create 30 direct construction jobs.  

Robert Neff, Mayor of Little Silver, stated "Borrowing from the Transportation Bank has been an efficient and cost-effective endeavor that is providing necessary pedestrian safety measures for all members of our community." 

This project was designed and managed by Leon S. Avakian Inc. and constructed by A. Takton Concrete Corp. 
 

Picture courtesy of Leon S. Avakian

For more information, contact the New Jersey Infrastructure Bank at (609) 219-8600.

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