Traffic congestion seems like a way of life in New Jersey and consistently one of the top complaints from residents. Instead of piecemeal repairs and patchwork pothole fixes, we want to develop a comprehensive, long-term maintenance and improvement plan for our roads, sidewalks, and bike paths.
Responsible investment in infrastructure leads to economic gains in every sector, reduces costs and increases opportunities for businesses, and saves time and money for commuters.
We also do not want to accept the status quo for our township’s traffic flow. The municipal government can and should do a lot more to advocate for fixes to our county and state roads and how they interact with our local streets and needs.