A stage of toll plaza pavement reconstruction and miscellaneous improvements will occur in the Westbound direction of the Newark Bay - Hudson County Extension (NB-HCE) at the Interchange 14C Toll Plaza starting at 8:00 PM on 9/28/2018 and lasting until 05:00 AM on 10/1/2018. Over this time period, three toll plaza lanes in the Westbound direction of the NB-HCE roadway will be closed (normal configuration is 5 toll lanes).
It is anticipated that traffic impacts will be moderate to severe during peak travel periods, typically 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday.
Motorists can call 511 from any phone from a hands-free device (Listen for the initial voice prompt and ask for traffic conditions. Motorists can ask for a specific Highway, City, or even a point of interest). Information regarding this project is posted on our web site at http://www.njta.com/our-projects/new-jersey-turnpike. Residents of Jersey City / Hudson County can monitor traffic conditions by accessing Turnpike webcams at http://www.njta.com/travel-resources/camera-list, and http://www.511nj.org/cameras.aspx. Motorists can also download the SafeTrip App for the latest traffic Advisories.
Project: New Jersey Turnpike Contract T100.321. Rehabilitation of Structure Nos. N6.49, N6.80E And N6.80W, Milepost N5.80 to N8.20
Route/Direction/MP: New Jersey Turnpike Newark Bay-Hudson County Extension (NB-HCE)/ I-78 Westbound - Milepost N5.80 to N5.90 in Jersey City, NJ
Municipality/County: Jersey City / Hudson County
Nature of work: The work involves toll plaza pavement reconstruction and miscellaneous repairs.
Description of New Traffic Pattern: During this stage, three Interchange 14C Toll Plaza lanes along the Westbound Roadway will be closed (normal configuration is 5 toll lanes).
Proposed Start Date of New Traffic Pattern: The new traffic pattern is scheduled to be installed at 8:00 PM on September 28, 2018, and be in place until 5:00 AM on October 1, 2018.
Anticipated Traffic Impacts: It is anticipated that traffic impacts will be moderate to severe during peak travel periods, typically 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday.
Other Comments: NJTA will advise motorists by Highway Advisory Radio. Coordination with TRANSCOM, PANYNJ, local jurisdictions, and NJDOT is ongoing.