The 2016 Safe Routes To School grant is in the final stages of the design process. NV5 will be hosting an information meeting on Wednesday, July 7th from 6 pm to 8 pm via GoToWebinar to give residents an opportunity to provide input on the project. Several Streets are part of this project that is slated for construction in 2022 (Yes, 6 years after receiving the grant). View the SRTS New Providence PE PIC Flyer (PDF).
Allen W Roberts Elementary School
- Hawthorne Drive from Cameron Road to Central Avenue
New segment of concrete sidewalk, seven curb ramps and eighteen driveway aprons
- Crane Circle from Jones Dr. to Morris Avenue
New segment of concrete sidewalk, two curb ramps and five driveway aprons
Salt Brook Elementary School
- Central Avenue from Livingston Avenue to Verona Road
New segment of concrete sidewalk, three curb ramps, three driveway aprons, new crosswalk (Verona Road), and relocation of Central Avenue crossing
- Central Avenue from Salem Road to Maple Street
New segment of concrete sidewalk, fourteen curb ramps, two driveway aprons, relocated Central Avenue crossing at Salem Road, and new crosswalks
- Willow Street from Springfield Avenue to southern terminus (direct access to Salt Brook Elementary School)
New segments of concrete sidewalk, four curb ramps, six driveway aprons, new crosswalks and improved access to school's drop off point
The project Design and Construction cost is funded by federal funds administered through NJDOT Local Aid Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program.
July 7, 2021 Public Information Center
- View the Presentation Video.
- View the Presentation Plans (PDF).
- View the Presentation PowerPoint (PDF).
Residents will have until Wednesday, July 21, 2021 to submit comments. Comments can be directed to the Borough Administrator, Bernadette Cuccaro.