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NJ Transit Service and Policies Changes Due to Covid-19

NJ Transit has made a number of service reductions and policy changes, and Governor Murphy has issued Executive Order 125 concerning NJ Transit in response to Covid-19. The significant changes affect both service and riders system-wide. Please visit NJ Transit’s website for the latest updates regarding transit.

2020 County Roads and Bridge Projects

The Morris County Board of Freeholders unveiled the 2020 infrastructure action plan for the county, which includes a total of nearly 40-miles of road paving and upgrades, and 17 county bridge replacement or rehabilitation projects. Read the County Press Release for more information on these projects.

East Blackwell Street Bridge Project – Starts January 27

Work is scheduled to start on Monday, January 27, to replace the deck on the East Blackwell Street bridge over the Rockaway River in Dover. The county-owned span will be closed to motor vehicle traffic, with a 2.8-mile detour in place for up to ten months. Read the County Press Release for more information on this project.

Howard Boulevard Traffic Study & Survey

The Howard Boulevard Traffic Safety Improvement Study will develop recommendations for improving safety on Howard Boulevard (CR 615) from Seasons Drive to the I-80 eastbound off-ramp in Mount Arlington. Visit the Howard Boulevard project webpage to see details and updates, and to take the survey to share your ideas.

Ash Tree Removal Along County Roads

Morris County is initiating a long-term tree removal program along County roads to deal with infestation caused by the Emerald Ash Borer, a small but deadly insect that infects and destroys ash trees in its path. The County awarded a contract for removal of trees in Long Hill and Morris Township. Read the County Press Release for more details.

Street Smart Safety Campaign

Street Smart Safety Campaign is a public education and awareness campaign created and coordinated by the NJTPA in order to help encourage safer decisions by drivers and pedestrians. For more information, please visit the Street Smart website.