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Construction Updates

Morsetown Road Culvert 312
Township of West Milford

The Morsetown Road Culvert No. 1600-312 over a Tributary to West Brook in West Milford has been completed.  The original culvert consisted of a reinforced concrete slab with an 8’ clear span supported on stone masonry abutments and wingwalls built circa 1930.  After 90 years, the culvert required to be replacement.  The new culvert is a precast concrete box culvert, with reinforced concrete wingwalls.  The culvert was re-opened to the public in May 2020. 

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Passaic County DPW Facility
Township of Wayne

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8th Street Bridge
City of Passaic

8th Street After PhotoThe new 8th Street Bridge over the Passaic River on the border of the City of Passaic and the Borough of Wallington has been completed. The project included a complete replacement of the 105 year old bridge, built circa 1914. The new bridge is a two span continuous structure approximately 290 feet long, with sidewalks on each side.

The project also included upgrades of the existing traffic signal at the 8th Street and Main Ave intersection.

The bridge reopened to traffic in August 2019. 



Lakeside Avenue Bridge
Border of Pompton Lakes and Wayne

Lakeside Avenue Bridge_afterThe repairs to the Lakeside Avenue Bridge over the Pompton Lake in Pompton Lakes are complete. The repairs consisted of inlet repairs, installation of ADA ramps, sidewalk replacement, removal of bridge asphalt and waterproof membrane, installation of new waterproof membrane, bridge joints, milling, paving, and striping between Jefferson Avenue in Pompton Lakes and Terhune Drive in Wayne.

The roadway re-opened to traffic in June 2019. Passaic County continues to invest in our infrastructure.