Transportation Trust Fund Municipal Grants Frozen in Union County NJ

//Transportation Trust Fund Municipal Grants Frozen in Union County NJ

Transportation Trust Fund Municipal Grants Frozen in Union County NJ

New Jersey’s Transportation Trust Fund (NJTTF) supports municipalities with grants for local infrastructure projects. The NJTTF will go bankrupt by July unless legislative and gubernatorial action is taken.
The following grants for Union County are frozen until the Transportation Trust Fund funding crisis is resolved.

Municipality

Project Name

Allotment

Clark Broadway and Terminal Avenue $195,000
Cranford South Union Avenue (Section 2) $115,000
Elizabeth E Jersey St/Winfield Scott Plaza and Jackson Ave/Monroe Ave $374,790
Fanwood Burns Way $250,000
Garwood Various Streets ‐ 2014 ‐ Garwood $225,000
Hillside Westminster Avenue (Section 3) $115,000
Kenilworth Various Streets ‐ 2014 ‐ Kenilworth $225,000
Linden Various Streets ‐ 2014 ‐ Linden $250,000
Mountainside Cedar Avenue $201,195
New Providence Union Avenue $250,000
Plainfield Second Street $369,450
Rahway Various Streets ‐ 2014 ‐ Rahway $237,820
Roselle Various Streets ‐ 2014 ‐ Roselle $291,340
Roselle Park West Colfax Avenue $225,000
Scotch Plains West Broad Street (Section 2) $244,000
Summit Various Streets ‐ 2014 ‐ Summit $250,000
Union Walker Avenue (Section 2) $250,000
Westfield Westfield Avenue (Section 4) $150,000

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

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