The Morris County Board of Freeholders and Assemblyman Anthony Bucco, in cooperation with Mount Arlington Borough and Roxbury Township, announce that a Public Information Center will be set up on Thursday, Sept. 5, in Mt. Arlington regarding the Howard Boulevard Traffic Safety Improvement Study.
Interested residents will be able to review data that has been collected by the county’s consultant, Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, and are encouraged to ask questions and discuss any concerns with the consultant’s representatives or county and municipal officials.
There also will be a brief presentation on the consultant’s initial findings regarding the section of Howard Boulevard (County Route 615) from Season Drive to the I-80 eastbound off-ramp.
“We intend to keep our promise to see what can be done to make this road safer for motorists and pedestrians,’’ Freeholder Director Doug Cabana. “We encourage interested residents to attend the Sept. 5 public session.”
“I am pleased to see the county continuing to move forward to address the safety issues in this heavily trafficked area. I will continue to lend assistance with the NJDOT when needed to make these improvements,’’ said 25th District Assemblyman Anthony Bucco.
Howard Boulevard Public Information Center Number 1
Date: Thursday Sept. 5
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Place: Mount Arlington Public School, 235 Howard Boulevard, Mt. Arlington, NJ 07856
If you are unable to attend but are interested in learning about this project, please call 973.285.6750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.