Salem County Receives Funding to Resurface County Roads


SALEM – Deputy Freeholder Ben Laury announced that Salem County will receive $2,362,000 in state NJDOT funding to resurface County roads

Laury expressed his gratitude over receiving the grant during a time of economic and budget restraints and confirmed that the funding will enable the county to resurface approximately seven to eight miles of County Roads.

Julie Acton, Freeholder Director stated, “The County attempts to maximize the use of Federal and State funding for road and bridge construction in order to minimize the burden on taxpayers.”

The Transportation Trust Fund enables the County to improve and sustain the transportation system by providing funds for eligible projects under County jurisdiction.

For more information about the Transportation Trust Fund Authority, visit their website at

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