Projects Nearing Public Bid Phase
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- Hackensack- Adaptive Traffic Signal System - This project, funded in part through the NJTPA Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program, is to implement adaptive signal timing on a network of 25 traffic signals throughout Hackensack. Bid will be taken March 6, 2018
- Elmwood Park- Market Street/ Mola Boulevard - This project encompasses the widening and resignalization of Market Street at Mola Boulevard to provide left lanes and leading phases on all approaches, drainage upgrades, new sidewalk with Borough Streetscape implementation, accessible ramps, milling and paving. The project is currently being advertised and bids will be taken March 20, 2018.
- Maywood-Maywood Ave Drainage Improvement Project - This project will improve drainage at the intersections of Maywood Avenue with Magnolia Avenue and Maywood Avenue with Central Avenue. It involves installation of new catch basins and storm pipes on Maywood Avenue from Magnolia Avenue to the Railroad crossing south of Central Avenue.
- CLOSTER - HARRINGTON PARK BRIDGE REPLACEMENTIN THE BOROUGHS OF CLOSTER & HARRINGTON PARK (COUNTY JOB NUMBER: C7-23) The County plans to replace seven large corrugated metal pipes (cmp) that provide direct conveyance between the two sections of the Oradell Reservoir that are separated by County Route 505. The pipe culverts are located within the Boroughs of Closter and Harrington Park. The span is classified by the NJDOT as a Bridge. The pipe culverts are in need of replacement due to corrosion and failure. In addition to the bridge/culvert replacement, the County is proposing to slightly realign the intersections of Closter Road and Harrington Avenue with County Route 505. The proposed roadway improvements will be constructed to improve the safety, circulation, and function of the existing intersections. The four roads that come together at the project location, including Knickerbocker Road, Harrington Avenue, Closter Road, and Livingston Street, will be affected by the work and traffic will be detoured. The affected roads are also known as County Routes 505 and 102.