Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney and Assembly members John J. Burzichelli and Celeste Riley today announced that the 3rd Legislative District will receive over $3.2 million in grants from the state Department of Transportation for various improvement projects.
“Improvements to our infrastructure are critical for our communities not just to provide a safe means of travel, but also to create economic opportunities for the region. These projects are thankfully getting the much needed funding they deserve,” said Sweeney.
“These funds are a much-needed and welcome boost for our area,” said Burzichelli. “Being able to improve our infrastructure and create jobs is a win-win for our residents.”
Given the significant cuts in aid across our state and the extremely harsh winters we’ve been having, this funding will go a long way towards addressing crucial transportation improvements in our district,” said Riley.
A list of 3rd district municipalities receiving funding is below:
Bridgeton City – Reconstruction of Hampton Street Phase I – $238,048.00
Commercial Township – Laurel Lake Roadway and Drainage Improvements – Phase 1 – $180,000.00
Downe Township – Union Street & Russell Lane – $70,000.00
Fairfield Township – Reconstruction of Church Street – $190,000.00
Upper Deerfield Township – Reconstruction of Martin Drive, Lewis Drive and Davis Drive – $180,000.00
Clayton Borough – Reconstruction of South Dennis Drive – $131,376.00
East Greenwich Township – Resurfacing of County House Road – $200,000.00
Elk Township – Reconstruction of Cedar Bridge Road – $200,000.00
Harrison Township – Resurfacing of Bishop Road, Phase 3 – $200,000.00
Mantua Township – Resurfacing of East Atlantic Avenue – $120,000.00
Paulsboro Borough – Reconstruction of Billings Avenue – Phase IV – $180,000.00
Swedesboro Borough- Streetscape Phase 3, Kings Highway – $200,000.00
Wenonah Borough – Reconstruction of North Marion Avenue – $170,000.00
West Deptford Township – Reconstruction of Pennsylvania , New Jersey and Laurel Avenues – $200,000.00
Alloway Township – Installation of Sidewalks, Driveway Aprons & Handicapped Ramps – $170,000.00
Elsinboro Township – Reconstruction of Riverview Drive – $115,000.00
Penns Grove Borough – Reconstruction of South Smith Avenue – $199,973.00
Pennsville Township – Reconstruction of Riviera Drive – Phase II – $124,594.00
Salem City – Reconstruction of Union Street – $149,972.00