Hudson Municipalities Share $9M in NJDOT Funds For Road Improvements

$161.25 million in fiscal year 2024 Municipal Aid Grants for road improvements across 543 towns statewide will be shared, with funds to advance road, bridge, safety, and quality-of-life improvements on tap.  In Hudson County, the funding breakdown by municipality is as follows:

  • Bayonne is getting $803,617 for Broadway improvements.
  • East Newark is receiving $408,427 for Sherman Avenue improvements.
  • Guttenberg will get $442,260 for the 70th Street improvement project.
  • Harrison was awarded $674,511 to improvement the I-280 Service Road, Washington Street and Hamilton Street.
  • Hoboken is getting $697,784 to upgrade 3rd Street and 13th Street.
  • Jersey City was awarded the most money, nearly $1.9 million for the second phase of the Christopher Columbus Drive improvement project.
  • In Kearny, $639,363 will be used to improve Elm Street.
  • North Bergen receives $671,655 for the township-wide road improvement program.
  • Secaucus gets $528,185 for the Pandolfi and Raydal Avenue projects.
  • Union City will be receiving $860,394 to improve 15th, 18th and 19th Streets.
  • Weehawken receives $461,061 to upgrade Hudson Avenue.
  • West New York has been awarded $831,092 to improve 60th, 66th, Madison, Fairview and Murphy.

The total amount for Hudson County is just shy of $9 million in state Department of Transportation aid.