UNION–Union County Freeholder Chairman Deborah P. Scanlon announced today the County will resurface 12 miles of roadway as part of a $4 million New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) funded project.
“The project, to begin this Summer, will include but not be limited to County roads in Elizabeth, Rahway, Springfield, Union, Scotch Plains, Plainfield, New Providence and Mountainside,” said Chairman Scanlon. “It is important that we provide the necessary maintenance to keep our roads safe and ensure the smooth flow of transportation.”
The following roadways will be resurfaced as part of the NJDOT project:
• Vauxhall Road in Union, from Millburn Township line to Salem Road.
• Springfield Avenue in Berkeley Heights, from Morris County line to Constantine Place.
• Springfield Avenue in Westfield, from Mill Lane to Kenilworth Boulevard.
• Kenilworth Boulevard in Kenilworth, from Springfield Ave to Dorset Drive.
• W. Inman Avenue in Rahway, from St. Georges Avenue to Jefferson Avenue
• Passaic Street in New Providence, from Springfield Avenue to the Morris County Line.
• New Providence Road in Mountainside, from Partridge Road to US Rt.22.
• North Broad Street in Elizabeth, from North Avenue to Newark Avenue.
• Martine Avenue in Fanwood, from King Street to Portland Avenue.
• Central Avenue in Westfield, from Broad Street to North Avenue.
The Union County Department of Engineering, Public Works and Facilities will be overseeing the project. Notices of resurfacing will be posted on the County website, as well as through signage posted within the area to be paved.