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Much work on long-awaited projects that will provide safer travel is in progress in Bergen County. NJDOT and NJ TRANSIT work with local officials and citizens to keep activities off the road during weekday rush hours, keep lane closings to a minimum and give motorists ample notice for changes in traffic patterns. Park and ride and transit information are available as well as project updates.

To help people get through the construction period with as little disruption to their commutes as possible, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has funded additional vanpool incentives.

NJDOT and NJ TRANSIT will keep you posted during construction. Here's how:

  • Variable message signs on the work sites
  • Radio traffic reports
  • For NJ TRANSIT bus and train information:
    By phone between 6 a.m. and midnight:
    1-800-772-2222; out of state 973-762-5100
    1-800-772-2287 (hearing impaired)
  • For construction information:
    By phone: 1-877-NJROADS

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Despite these efforts, we recognize there will be unavoidable instances of increased congestion in this already heavily traveled corridor. We'll get you through is our motto. Please let us know what else we can do.


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  Last Updated:  January 17, 2013