FY2022 Safety Projects
The NJTPA Board of Trustees approved 19 projects that will make travel safer for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists throughout the region at its March 13, 2023 meeting.
The projects were approved for grants through the NJTPA’s fiscal year 2022 Local Safety and High Risk Rural Roads programs, which provide federal funds to counties and cities for cost-effective solutions that can make an immediate impact on their target areas.
The Board approved allocating $168.1 million for Local Safety Program projects and nearly $20.1 million for High Risk Rural Roads Program projects. The total $188.3 million marks a doubling of funding for the programs since the last round of projects in FY 2020. According to NJTPA Chair John W. Bartlett, a Passaic County Commissioner, this reflects "a highly successful partnerships between the NJTPA and its member county and city governments to deliver vitally important projects on our local roads” .
These grants will fund safety improvement projects in Essex County, Hudson County, Jersey City, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Morris County, Passaic County, Somerset County and Union County.
Links to fact sheets on the new projects are below. The map shows these and past projects (click to enlarge).
New Project Fact sheets
LOCAL SAFETY PROGRAM PROJECTS
ESSEX COUNTY: Bloomfield Avenue from Highland Avenue to Broadway and Ridgewood Avenue From Bloomfield Avenue to Bay Avenue, $21,735,500
ESSEX COUNTY: Grove Street from Nye Avenue to Hoffman Boulevard and Irvington Avenue / Clinton Avenue from Riggs Place to New Street, $24,830,000
HUDSON COUNTY: JFK (Kennedy) Boulevard from Pavonia Avenue to St. Paul’s Avenue, $7,805,000
HUDSON COUNTY: JFK (Kennedy) Boulevard from Route 139 to Secaucus Road, $25,409,000
HUDSON COUNTY: JFK (Kennedy) Boulevard East from Main Drive to Palisades Triangle Plaza and Paterson Plank Road from Harrison Street to South Wing Viaduct, $12,024,000
JERSEY CITY: Summit Avenue from Route 139 to Secaucus Road, $8,142,000
MIDDLESEX COUNTY: Smith Street from Convery Boulevard and Front Street, $10,408,000
MIDDLESEX COUNTY: Stelton Road from South Washington Avenue to Lakeview Avenue, $7,761,000
MONMOUTH COUNTY: Cedar Avenue from Norwood Avenue to Ocean Avenue, $4,700,000
MONMOUTH COUNTY: Monmouth Road from Burnt Tavern/Anderson Rd. and Allyson Road, $2,958,000
MORRIS COUNTY: East Main Street/Mendham Road from Tempe Wick Road to Cold Hill Road, $1,885,000
MORRIS COUNTY: South Morris Street from Millbrook Avenue/Munson Avenue to Byram Avenue, $1,175,000
PASSAIC COUNTY: Lakeview Avenue from Crooks Avenue to Clifton Avenue, $5,879,000
PASSAIC COUNTY: Valley Road from French Hill Road to Hamburg Turnpike, $15,042,000
SOMERSET COUNTY: County Routes 533 & 527, Tea Street to Bound Brook Border, $7,699,000
UNION COUNTY: Various Intersections, Berkeley Heights, Linden, New Providence, Roselle and Summit, $10,709,000
HIGH RISK RURAL ROADS PROGRAM PROJECTS
MONMOUTH COUNTY: Allentown-Davis Station Road / Forked River Road from Allentown border to Arneytown-Hornestown Road, $9,449,000
: Iron Ore Road / High Bridge Road from Indian Path to Woodruff Court, $4,785,000
MONMOUTH COUNTY: Trenton-Lakewood Road from Sharon Station Road to I-195, $5,959,000