NJTTF Funding for Bergen County, 2014-2015

New Jersey’s Transportation Trust Fund provides over $160 million in grants to counties and municipalities for local infrastructure projects. That’s why the NJ State League of Municipalities, representing municipalities around the state, said, “The replenishment of the Transportation Trust Fund (TTF) remains a top priority for the League…The TTF has been a major source of funding for local transportation projects for almost thirty years.” [Source]

Without TTF funds, municipalities would be forced to either cancel/postpone local infrastructure projects or look for alternative means of funding, including property taxes.

Municipality

Project

Amount

Allendale Borough West Allendale Avenue (Section 6) (including the Park & Ride Lot) and West Maple Avenue $149,000

Bergenfield Borough Woodbine Street (Section 2), South Front Street (Section 2) and North Front Street $149,000

Bogota Borough West Shore Avenue $149,000

Carlstadt Borough Starke Road $149,000

Cliffside Park Borough Jersey Avenue $149,000

East Rutherford Borough Various Streets – 2015 – East Rutherford $149,000

Edgewater Borough Old River Road (Phase III) $149,000

Elmwood Park Borough Boulevard (Section 10) $149,000

Emerson Borough Main Street/Linwood Avenue (Section 2) $149,000

Englewood City West Palisade Avenue (Section 2) $149,000

Fair Lawn Borough Plaza Road (Section 7) $149,000

Fairview Borough Cliff Street (Section 4) $149,000

Fort Lee Borough Wilson Avenue $149,000

Hackensack City Main Street (Section 7) $164,361

Harrington Park Borough Lynn Street (Section 2) $149,000

Hasbrouck Heights Borough Boulevard Streetscape (Phase VIII) $149,000

Ho-Ho-Kus Borough Brandywine/Valley Forge Drainage Improvement $149,000

Leonia Borough Moore Avenue $149,000

Lyndhurst Township Sanford Avenue $149,000

Mahwah Township Hilltop Road (Section 2) $149,000

Maywood Borough Jersey Avenue and Parkway $149,000

Montvale Borough Terkuile Road $149,000

Moonachie Borough Various Streets – 2015 – Moonachie $149,000

New Milford Borough Boulevard (Section 7) $149,000

Northvale Borough Livingston Street (Section 3) $149,000

Oakland Borough Page Drive (Section 3) $149,000

Old Tappan Borough Various Sidewalks – 2015 – Old Tappan $149,000

Palisades Park Borough East & West Edsall Boulevard (Section 4) $149,000

Paramus Borough From Road $149,000

Park Ridge Borough Glen Road Culvert $149,000

Ramsey Borough Arch Street (Section 2) and Carol Street (Section 2) $149,000

Ridgefield Borough Abbott Avenue (Section 3) $149,000

Ridgewood Village Morningside Road $149,000

River Edge Borough Fifth Avenue (Section 3) $149,000

Rochelle Park Township Lincoln Avenue $111,597

Rockleigh Borough Rockleigh Road (Section 3) $149,000

Rutherford Borough Orient Way (Section 6) $149,000

Saddle Brook Township North 5th Street (Phase 2) $149,000

Saddle River Borough E. Allendale Road (Phase 3) $149,000

South Hackensack Township Wesley Street (Section 4) $149,000

Teaneck Township Palisade Avenue (Section 6) $149,000

Tenafly Borough Jefferson Avenue (Section 2) $149,000

Teterboro Borough Malcolm Avenue (Section 2) $149,000

Upper Saddle River Borough Sparrowbush Road $149,000

Waldwick Borough Hewson Avenue (Section 2) $149,000

Wallington Borough Alden Street (Section 2) $149,000

Westwood Borough First Avenue & Elm Street $149,000

Garfield City $14,338

Lodi Borough $15,994

Bergen County County Projects $6,605,000

$13,616,290

* Sources: County Aid, Municipal Aid
DISCLAIMER: This list is based on state data from 2014-2015. Some projects on this list may already be completed.

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