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Intervale Road Bridge Replacement in Parsippany

Morris County is set to start work during the week of August 31 on replacement of the Intervale Road bridge in Parsippany. The tiny county owned span will be closed to traffic for about four months, with motorists facing a one-mile detour. Read the County Press Release for more information.

County Road Projects – August 20 Update

Road improvement projects have begun on several major county roads across Morris County, including Columbia Turnpike in Florham Park, Parsippany Road in Parsippany, Howard Boulevard in Mt. Arlington and Jefferson, and Mendham Road/Main Street in Mendham Township and the Chesters. Read the County Press Release for more information.

Morris County Has Cleared 14 Major County Roads Blocked by Isaias Debris – August 7

The Morris County Office of Emergency Management announced the re-opening of 14 major county roads due to debris and power wires downed by Tropical Storm Isaias. Read the County Press Release for more information.

Pequannock-to-Wayne Pedestrian and Bike Path Project – Public Info and Audio Session

Project information on the proposed 4.8 mile Pequannock-to-Wayne bicycle and pedestrian path, including an audio briefing and slide show, is now available. Learn more about the project and read the County Press Release for more information.

County Road Projects – July 29 Update

Morris County is moving ahead on a host of 2020 county road paving projects, despite the COVID-19 crisis, with resurfacing ongoing on roads in seven towns, and work set to start in another half dozen in the coming weeks. Read the County Press Release for more information.

Russia Road Bridge Replacement in Jefferson Underway

Crews are on site in Jefferson Township, demolishing the county-owned Russia Road Bridge over Russia Brook, one of 17 bridge replacement or rehabilitation projects slated for 2020 by Morris County. Read the County Press Release for more information.

NJ Transit Resuming Full Weekday Rail Service Starting July 6

NJ Transit will resume full weekday rail and light rail service in Morris County and across the state on July 6, providing added capacity to its current COVID-19 restricted schedules. Bus service has been operating on a regular weekday schedule since June 8. Read the County Press Release for more information.