ROXBURY, NJ - Drivers on sections of Mt. Arlington Boulevard and West Dewey Avenue will be enjoying new pavement before the end of the year, according to Morris County, which owns the roads and has included them in its spring/summer 2018 paving plan.

The plan calls for repaving 1.3 miles of Mt. Arlington Boulevard (county route 616) between Landing Road and Auriemma Court and 1.6 miles of West Dewey Avenue (county route 642) between Berkshire Valley Road and North Main Street in Wharton.

The county did not give a timeframe for the two projects, which are among 32 road repaving jobs planned for the season. The Morris County Board of Freeholders authorized the repaving of more than 30 miles of county roadway across 24 municipalities at a cost of about $9 million.