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Ridgewood Police : Ridgewood Ave Paving 8/30/18 -8/31/18

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Ridgewood NJ, the Ridgewood Police have issued a Traffic Alert East Ridgewood Ave Paving 8/30/18 -8/31/18.
East Ridgewood Ave will be closed between North Maple Ave and Van Dien Ave. Thursday 8/31 and between Van Dien and Paramus Road Friday 8/31 for paving.

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Murphy Administration announces $161 million in County Aid for infrastructure improvements

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Trenton NJ,  New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti today announced $161.25 million in County Aid to help make infrastructure improvements on the local level. This funding was doubled in Fiscal Year 2018 to become the largest County Aid grants in New Jersey history and this year’s grants maintain that amount provided to counties across the state.

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East Ridgewood Avenue Milling and paving in Full Swing

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Ridgewood NJ, Traffic Alert – E. Ridgewood Avenue Paving Schedule .PSE&G has hired a contractor to restore the pavement on E. Ridgewood Avenue. They will begin milling E. Ridgewood Avenue, starting at Maple Avenue , and move east on Friday, August 24th for 4 days to be followed by paving. This work will be completed by Labor Day, weather permitting.  If you are head into the CBD , the Ridgewood blog suggests you save time and  bike in .

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East Ridgewood Ave will be closed beginning at 7:00am this morning from Maple Ave towards Paramus road

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Ridgewood NJ, Traffic Alert 8/24/18 ,East Ridgewood Ave will be closed beginning at 7:00am this morning from Maple Ave towards Paramus road while the road is milled in preparation for next weeks paving. Detours are in place. When the road is reopened this evening use caution when traveling the area as there will be several raised manholes until paving is complete.
Expect delays in the area.

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Ho Ho Kus OEM Issues Road Work Advisory For August 23rd

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Ho Ho Kus NJ, Borough of Ho-Ho-Kus OEM  Issued an advisory that on  Thursday August 23rd, 2018 . Wearimus Road will be closed today between Powderhorn and Deerhill for road work please follow detours or plan alternate route.

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Traffic Alert : East Ridgewood Avenue Paving Schedule

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Ridgewood NJ, Traffic Alert: PSE&G has hired a contractor to restore the pavement on E. Ridgewood Avenue. They will begin milling E. Ridgewood Avenue, starting at Maple Avenue , and move east on Friday, August 24th for 4 days to be followed by paving. This work will be completed by Labor Day, weather permitting. To avoid possible traffic congestion in Paramus, this work schedule was amended to these new dates on 8/17/18.

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Milling and Paving Schedule for Ridgewood Streets

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VILLAGE OF RIDGEWOOD BERGEN COUNTY, NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 131 N. MAPLE AVENUE

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Bergen County to Repave Ridgewood Avenue

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August 10,2018

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Ridgewood NJ, Road work is coming . Bergen county will be resurfacing Ridgewood Avenue from Paramus Road to Maple Avenue from Tuesday  August 21-28.

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District 39 Legislators Announce $1.3 Million in Grants for Local Bridge Reconstruction Projects

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August 2,2018

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Senator Gerry Cardinale and Assemblyman Robert Auth (both R-39) announced that Montvale Borough and Mahwah Township will receive $1.3 million in “Local Bridge, Future Needs” grants from the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) to undertake bridge reconstruction projects in the two municipalities.

Sen. Gerry Cardinale and Asm. Robert Auth announced that Montvale and Mahwah will receive $1.3 million in grants to undertake bridge reconstruction projects. (Wikimedia Commons)
“New Jersey must continue to make sound investments in our transportation infrastructure,” Sen. Gerry Cardinale said. “Families and commuters rely heavily on well-maintained bridges. Bridges and roads in Mahwah and Montvale, for example, are in desperate need of repairs. I am relieved to see that these communities will receive $1.3 million in grants, so that they can complete construction without burdening taxpayers.”

The Local Bridges, Future Needs grant program (LBFN) is funded through the Transportation Trust Fund (TTF), and will provided more than $47 million in funding to New Jersey’s 21 counties for county bridge improvement projects, including reconstruction plans in Montvale Borough and Mahwah Township.
The 2018 LBFN grants were based on a NJDOT formula that took into account the total bridge deck area in each county, as well as the portion of bridge infrastructure within each county that was rated in poor condition.
The projects funded in Legislative District 39, which encompasses parts of Bergen and Passaic Counties, include:
• Repairing the Ramapo Valley Road Culvert: $800,000
• Repairing the Magnolia Avebye Bridge: $500,000
“Investing in our public infrastructure, including our bridges, helps our local economy thrive,” Asm. Robert Auth said. “The $1.3 million in grants for projects in Montvale and Mahwah will keep our local roads safe, well-maintained, accessible for all of the residents, commuters, and hardworking business owners who use this infrastructure every day.”