The headlines across NJ this weekend are all focused on the shutdown of NJ State Government due to inability of the Legislature and the Governor to reach agreement for a FY2018 funding law prior to the July 1 Constitutional deadline. While all non-essential services are closed, including State Parks and Beaches, NJDOT projects will continue as planned for the immediate future.
NAPA offers a variety of webinars throughout the year on various topics related to the asphalt industry. These topics range from newly released industry regulations to innovative processes and technology that can benefit your company. The NAPA webinar program will deliver the information you need to the comfort of your home or office.
Rowan University, in collaboration with Columbia University and the Stony Brook, has completed a 2-year study of the environmental impacts of RAP. This study was conducted on samples of RAP from stockpiles throughout New Jersey. The conclusions of the study are that RAP has no detrimental impact on the environment.
Following the reauthorization of the Transportation Trust Fund and the voter approval of Public Question # 2, The New Jersey Department of Transportation has announced plans for a $900 million Capital Program for FY2017.
The NJ Department of Transportation has recently provided a list of FY2017 Construction projects to be let by the Operations Division. The list includes 50 projects valued at a minimum of $175 Million.
Following the reauthorization of the Transportation Trust Fund and the voter approval of Public Question # 2, The New Jersey Department of Transportation has announced plans for a $900 million Capital Program for FY2017. The Department also plans approximately $150 million in Operations projects for the current Fiscal Year.
TRENTON, NEW JERSEY (November 9, 2016) – NJAPA thanks the voters of New Jersey for taking the time to understand and ultimately support Public Question #2 with a 54% approval rating on Election Day. This critical policy initiative ensures that gas tax revenue is dedicated to infrastructure improvement. With this approval, the State of New Jersey will now have an adequate, stable, and dedicated sources of funding for desperately needed improvements to our State’s roads, bridges, and transit systems.