Municipalities in Morris County will share just under $1 million in state grants for road improvement projects, according to District 26 Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce.
The projects receiving state funding range from a $250,000 Interpace Parkway improvment project in Parsippany to $140,000 road resurfacing project for Carey Avenue in Butler.
“I am extremely pleased that we were able to secure this funding through the state Department of Transportation to upgrade the infrastructure in [these] district communities,” said DeCroce. “The state funding is critical to help offset the costs of road and bridge improvements for local taxpayers.”
MORRIS COUNTY DISBURSEMENTS
|Butler Borough||Carey Ave Resurfacing||Roadway Preservation||$140,000||$140,000|
|Jefferson Township||Weldon Road Improvements||Roadway Preservation||$200,000||$200,000|
|Lincoln Park Borough||Two Bridges Road & Pine Brook Road Improvements – Phase II||Roadway Preservation||$180,000||$180,000|
|Montville Township||Roads Resurfacing – Church Lane, Stiles Lane/Vail Road||Roadway Preservation||$200,000||$200,000|
|Parsippany-Troy Hills Township||Interpace Parkway Improvement Project||Roadway Preservation||$250,000||$250,000|
A total of $2.1 million dollars in state grants covered projects in Morris, Essex and Passaic counties.