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

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

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 County Road 609. Roadway and streetscape improvements are proposed, including pavement, traffic signals, drainage inlets and pipes, concrete curbs, ADA ramps, and crosswalks.

3. Flemington Borough has been allocated $1,671,550 for improvements to Corcoran Street, South Main Street and Dewey Avenue. The project includes storm drainage, curb construction, concrete sidewalk, retaining walls, traffic signals, ADA access improvements, roadway reconstruction, traffic striping, etc.

4. Cape May County has been allocated $2,605,800 to repair 104th Street over Carnival Bay Bridge. The project includes the replacement of existing railing, new walers, sheeting and abutment tie rods.

These allocations are based on each project's ranking on the Transportation Bank Project Priority List as supplied by NJ DOT as well as the project's readiness to proceed and are subject to the confirmation of project schedules.

 

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

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