County to Resurface Central Avenue in Westfield and Clark

Union County's 2017 Road Resurfacing program will repave 21 new miles of county roads. Credits: County of Union

WESTFIELD/CLARK, NJ — Central Avenue from South Avenue to Barnes & Noble is on the county’s list of roads to be resurfaced this year, the board of freeholders has announced. The work will be conducted at night when possible, the county said, in order to minimize the need for detours during peak travel periods. 

Also slated for repair is Walnut Avenue from Valley Road in Clark to South Avenue in Cranford.

The 2017 Road Resurfacing program will cost approximately $8.2 million, with an approximate 50-50 funding split between the county and the State Transportation Trust Fund.

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The 2017 Roads Resurfacing program will begin later this summer after the county completes the 2016 Roads Resurfacing program that was delayed last year after Governor Christie froze the state’s Transportation Trust Fund, according to the board.

In all, the 2017 Road Resurfacing program will repave 21 new miles of county roads in 15 municipalities.

Other roads included in the 2017 program are:

Berkeley Heights/Summit: Glenside Avenue from Valley Road to Baltusrol Ave 

Berkeley Heights Valley Road from Glenside Ave to the Somerset County Line

Elizabeth:  Linden Avenue from Acme Street/ Park Entrance to Elmora Avenue

Elizabeth/Linden: Linden Ave/Lidgerwood Avenue  from Park Avenue to Edgar Road

Hillside: Conant Street from Liberty Avenue to Salem Ave

Linden :Wood Ave from St. Georges Avenue to Blancke St.  and

Wood Ave form Pennsylvania R.R. Ave. to Rts # 1 and 9 

Mountainside: Summit Lane  from Summit Road to W.R. Tracy Dr.

Rahway: Milton Avenue to Route 1 & 9 to Broad Street

Rahway:  Hazelwood Avenue/Hart Street from Fulton Street to  Randolph Avenue

Roselle: Chestnut Street from St. Georges Avenue to 1st Avenue

Roselle Park: Lincoln Avenue East from Chestnut Street to  Galloping Hill Road 

Scotch Plains: Mountain Avenue & Willow Avenue from Route 22 

Scotch Plains: Raritan Road from Lake Avenue to Terrill Road

Summit: Passaic Avenue from Constantine Place to River Road

Union: Salem Road from Morris Avenue to Conant Street

“Union County maintains more 174 miles of roadway that are of import for the transport of our residents but also goods and commerce that impacts New Jersey and the region as a whole,” Freeholder Chairman Bruce H. Bergen said in a press release. “We look forward to making progress this summer in ensuring these roads are in good condition for travel.”

Freeholder Christopher Hudak, a member of the Public Works and Facilities Freeholder Committee, added, “Resurfacing also makes travel on our roadways safer and more efficient.  We also make improvements to signage and striping to improve visibility, and to curbing to improve safety and accessibility for people with disabilities.”

For up-to-date information on road closures and other travel advisories related to county road and bridge projects, visit the interactive Road Construction Update page at

To report potholes on county roads, use the online form at

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