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Glenwood Road Hill Will Be Closed by NJ Department of Transportation and NJ Transit on May 15th

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, on or about May 15, 2021, the Glenwood Road Hill will be closed while the NJ Department of Transportation and NJ Transit improve the railroad crossing at the Ho-Ho-Kus train station. This closure will last for approximately 30 days. When Glenwood Road reopens, it will be a one-way street, down the hill.

7 thoughts on “Glenwood Road Hill Will Be Closed by NJ Department of Transportation and NJ Transit on May 15th

  1. It’s about time believe me. Even though it’s a one-way we need to keep all large vehicles, trucks, buses, etc. away from this hill. Remember it was originally made just for a walking path, Horse and cow path.

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  2. Should have been closed to traffic many years ago. Far too many accidents and deaths over the decades.

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  3. Yes back in the 70s and 80s I remember. We had some bad ones there

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  4. I’ve lived here since the sixties.
    It was never a problem until we got the newbies moving here with their monster SUVs.
    The only truck traffic problems were when NJDOT forced PSEG to close glen and did improper detours during the gas main install…which was probably part of their plan.
    Leave it to NJDOT to ruin another neighborhood with traffic (lower upper blvd, hillcrest, heights and all of w.glen)
    They ruined waltherly from linwood to glen when they closed the light at racetrack road without adding an overpass.
    Thanks for NOTHING to our no balls politicians who allowed this. They should have widened the road

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  5. “Should have been closed to traffic many years ago. Far too many accidents and deaths over the decades.”

    HOW MANY accidents and deaths?! Please provide real numbers.

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  6. Well they’ve been keeping it real quiet for a long time. Not to mention all the suicides.

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  7. Between TD Branch closing and now one way down not positive for HHK businesses, as was very convenient for Willard district residents to go into HHK. Not anymore. Should have figured out a way to reconstruct and keep two way

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