Hudson County Applies For a NJDOT Grant For Nearly $7 Million To Fix Roads & Bridges

Jersey City – An upgrade may be on the way for Hudson County’s infrastructure.  The Hudson County Board of Commissioners has approved an application for a $6,764,645 grant from the New Jersey Department of Transportation for repairs to Hudson County bridges, roads and traffic signals. 

The funds, if allocated, will come from the 2022 local bridge County Aid Program.

Hudson County Board Chairman Anthony Vainieri and the Board of Commissioners say they “are committed in their resolve in providing the necessary resources needed to reconstruct, improve and repair Hudson County bridges, roads, and traffic signals.” 

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