Braddock Park Roads to be Paved

NORTH BERGEN — Several roads in James J. Braddock North Hudson Park are scheduled to be resurfaced this month. The work was initially scheduled to be conducted earlier this year but was suspended when the state’s Transportation Trust Fund was frozen by Govenor Chris Christie.
Work will start at the north entrance by White Castle and continue to Woodcliff Avenue. The entrance by Palisade Avenue is also being repaved. The triangle by Palisade Avenue will be made larger for pedestrian and traffic safety.
The laying of the concrete ends Friday, Dec. 2. Milling is scheduled to take place from Monday, Dec. 5 to Friday, Dec. 9. A sub base repair and cleaning structures will be from Monday, Dec. 12 to Friday, Dec. 16 and paving from Monday, Dec. 19 to Friday, Dec. 23. Striping and signs are scheduled for Monday, Dec. 26 to Friday, Dec. 30. The final cleanup and landscaping is scheduled from Monday, March 13 to Friday, March 17 2017.
Once this project is complete, all of the roads in the park will have been resurfaced. New crosswalks were also added and rumble strips created to slow down traffic.

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