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Residents are reminded to get parking decals from the Bloomfield Police HeadQuaters, and to properly display decals on vehicle. For more information, please contact Lt. Rocco in the traffic Division 973-680-4103.
TRAFFIC ADVISORY – JFK DRIVE NORTHBOUND
On Friday, October 25, 2013, starting at 8:00 AM, John F. Kennedy Drive, Northbound from the Garden State Parkway Exit 148 to Bloomfield Avenue will be paved. This work will result in closure of all but one lane. While one lane will remain open for the passage of traffic, expect delays while exiting the Garden State Parkway at this exit or generally traveling along John F. Kennedy Drive Northbound.
It is strongly recommended that those normally traveling this route plan an alternate route for tomorrow, October 25th to avoid excessive delays.
This work is expected to last the entire day and the roadway should be open to traffic by the late evening of October 25, 2013.
TRAFFIC ADVISORY – JFK DRIVE SOUTHBOUND
OCTOBER 28, 2013
On Monday, October 28, 2013, starting at 9:00 PM, John F. Kennedy Drive, Southbound from Bloomfield Avenue to the Garden State Parkway Entrance will be CLOSED for paving – weather permitting. The closure is anticipated to last until 7:00AM Tuesday morning when the roadway will, once again, be open to traffic.
Please plan an alternate route.
SEPTEMBER 3, 2013 - TRAFFIC ADVISORY
CONSTRUCTION OF THE NORTH CENTER STREETSCAPE ON BROAD STREET BETWEEN JAMES STREET & HOOVER AVENUE
On or about Tuesday September 3, 2013, construction will begin for improvements to Broad Street within the North Center Business District. The work will include construction of curb, decorative sidewalk, handicap access ramps, street trees, pedestrian “bump-outs” and street furniture. The location of the work is between James Street and Hoover Avenue.
All businesses were advised of the work schedule and were informed that the contractor must maintain access to their buildings during the work. The contractor will attempt to maintain at least one to two lanes of traffic during the daytime hours. However, there may be times when the construction may cause unexpected delays.
The work is expected to be completed within five months, conditions permitting.
Please consider using alternate routes during this construction. An overview of the project can be found at the following link:
To Report Street Lights Out
Please note that the most expeditious way to have Street lights repaired is to first have them reported to PSE&G using the attached fax form. Please complete the form and fax it to the fax number on the form. Lights can also be reported out via the PSE&G website at www.pseg.com or by calling 800-436-7734.