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Mayor Gusciora Kicks Off 2019 Street Paving Season
Release Date: April 15, 2019



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                           

DATE: Monday, April 15, 2019

Mayor Gusciora Kicks Off 2019 Street Paving Season

TRENTON, N.J. – Mayor Reed Gusciora on Monday kicked off the 2019 street millings and pavings by helping to mill part of Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard at Southard Street. The City will be focusing its efforts on dozens of streets across Trenton in need of repaving.

“Revitalizing our roads is crucial to improving quality of life for our residents,” said Gusciora. “We have big plans for road repairs this year, and Trenton is starting to get the level of funding for these projects it deserves. Last year, we received zero dollars from the Transportation Trust Fund. This year, we applied and received more than $1.1 million, which will go a long way in fixing our streets.”

The City will repair up to 59 streets in 2019 across all four wards. They include:

  • West Paul Ave between MLK Boulevard and Calhoun Street
  • Vine Street
  • Rossell Ave
  • Pine Street between Brunswick Avenue & New York Avenue
  • North Willow Street between Calhoun Street and Jeanette Street
  • Kirkbride Avenue between MLK Boulevard and Calhoun Street
  • Violet Street between Brunswick Avenue and Mayer Street
  • MLK Boulevard between West Paul and Miller Street
  • Holland Ave between Montgomery Street and Old Rose
  • Ferry Street from Broad Street to South Warren Street
  • Bank Street from Warren Street to Willow Street
  • Tucker Street from Warren Street to Willow Street
  • MLK Boulevard from Southard Street to Ingram Avenue
  • Arlington Avenue between Pennington Ave and Parkway Ave
  • Bellevue Avenue between Prospect Avenue and Hermitage Avenue
  • Gouvernuer Avenue between West State Street and Edgewood Avenue
  • Overbrook Avenue between West State Street and Edgewood Avenue
  • Hermitage Avenue between West State Street and Bellevue Avenue
  • Prospect Street between Pennington Avenue and Parkway Avenue
  • Frazier Street
  • Mellon Street
  • Roosevelt Street
  • East Stuyvesant Avenue
  • Stuyvesant Avenue between Whittlesey Avenue and Parkside
  • Bellevue Avenue between Hermitage Avenue and Prospect Street
  • Kulp Street and Summit Street between Arlington Avenue and Pennington Avenue
  • Woodside Avenue from Stacy Street to dead end
  • Hermitage Avenue from Bellevue Avenue to Boudinot Street
  • River Drive from Sanhican Drive to Route 29
  • Lenape Avenue from West Street to Edgewood Avenue
  • Fowler Street from Bellevue Avenue to Spring Street
  • Beachwood Avenue from Stuyvesant Avenue to Stacy Street
  • Argyle Ave from Morningside Drive to Abernethy Drive
  • Morningside Drive from Argyle Avenue to Afton Avenue
  • Stuyvesant Avenue from Whittlesey Avenue to Parkside Avenue
  • Franklin Street between Liberty Street and Cedar Lane
  • Franklin Street between Liberty Street and Morris Avenue
  • Washington Street between Liberty Street and Roebling Avenue
  • Centre Street between Cass Street and Landing Street
  • Centre Street between Lalor Street and Cliff Street
  • Williams Street between Cedar Lane and Liberty Street
  • Third Street between Second Street and Landing Street
  • Whittaker Street between South Clinton Avenue and Swan Street
  • Whittaker Street between Mott Street and Swan Street
  • Washington Street between Roebling Street and Anderson Street
  • Furman Street from Second Street to Lamberton Street
  • Third Street from Cass Street to Stokely Street
  • Cuyler Avenue between Hamilton Avenue and East State Street
  • Hart Avenue
  • Popular Street
  • Perrine Street
  • Sherman Avenue
  • Fillmore Street
  • Wall Street
  • Dickinson Street between North Olden Avenue and Fillmore Street
  • Plum Street between Enterprise Street and Breunig Avenue
  • North Logan Avenue between East State Street and Parker Avenue
  • Culberson Street
  • Lawrence Avenue between North Olden Avenue and North Clinton Avenue



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Cell: (609) 575-1880
Office: (609) 989-3047

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