New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Impact on Gloucester County

//New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Impact on Gloucester County

New Jersey Transportation Trust Fund Impact on Gloucester County

New Jersey’s Transportation Trust Fund (NJTTF) supports municipalities with grants for local infrastructure projects and by funding projects statewide. The NJTTF will go bankrupt by July unless legislative and gubernatorial action is taken.

Municipal Grants Frozen

The following grants for Gloucester County are frozen until the Transportation Trust Fund funding crisis is resolved.

Municipality

Project Name

NJTTF Funding

Clayton Borough Reconstruction of North New Street $180,000
Deptford Township Resurfacing and Safety Improvements to Marion Ave Phase 3 $180,000
Glassboro Borough Reconstruction of High Street ‐ Phase II $201,200
Logan Township Reconstruction of Beckett Road, Phase 2 $180,000
Mantua Township Resurfacing Improvements to Golf Club Road $180,000
Monroe Township, Monroe Township Winslow Road Phase VI $211,560
National Park Borough 2014 Road Improvement Project Borough of National Park $180,000
Paulsboro Borough Reconstruction of Beacon Avenue $180,000
Pitman Borough Resurfacing & Safety Improvements to Highland Terrace $180,000
South Harrison Township Reconstruction of Lincoln Mill Road ‐ Phase I $180,000
Swedesboro Borough Resurfacing & Safety Improvements to Third Street ‐ Phase 1 $180,000
Washington Township Reconstruction of Wilson Road, Phase 2 $180,000
West Deptford Township Maple Avenue/N. Roosevelt Avenue $180,000
Westville Borough Crown Point Road Roadway Improvement $180,000
Woodbury City East Red Bank Avenue $197,050
Woolwich Township Russell Mill Road $190,047
Union Walker Avenue (Section 2) $250,000
Westfield Westfield Avenue (Section 4) $150,000
TOTAL $2,959,857

SOURCE:http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/business/localaid/municaid.shtm

NJTTF-Funded Projects At Risk

The following infrastructure projects for Gloucester County are at risk if the Transportation Trust Fund runs out of money this summer.

Municipality

Project

Description

NJTTF Funding

Vineland, Franklin, Clayton Route 47, CR 690 to Howard Street “resurface various locations of the roadway within the project limits” $5,200,000
Harrison Twp Route 322, Corridor Congestion Relief Project “construction of a bypass route around Mullica Hill. New roadway on new
alignment.”
$1,500,000
Woolwich Twp Route 322, Kings Highway (CR 551) “provide for left-turn movements on all approaches and address the vertical curve on Rt. 322” $300,000
TOTAL $7,000,000

SOURCE:http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/capital/tcp15/sec4/county/gloucester.pdf

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