Engineering & Transportation

About Us

We secure funding for road, bridge, railroad, bicycle, and pedestrian projects. We also plan, design, and coordinate transportation projects.

Engineering staff:
  • designs, constructs, re-constructs, and paves county roads.
  • bridge and culvert construction, drainage, and repair specifications
  • designs and constructs County building facilities and traffic signals on County roads

Transportation staff:
  • conduct studies and coordinate planning efforts with state agencies, municipalities, county departments, and the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority
  • They also supervise three county-owned freight railroads.

The Morris County Board of Transportation advises the Division on its activities. It's appointed by the Board of County Commissioners.

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Latest News

New NJ Transit Train Schedules – Effective 11/14

New NJ Transit Train Schedules go into effect on November 11, including for the Morris & Essex and Montclair Boonton Lines that serve Morris County. Read the NJ Transit service advisory for more information on the changes.

Berkshire Valley Road Truck Circulation Project – Initial Public Comments Due 11/5

A recording of the presentation and slides from the 9/21 virtual public meeting are available. Visit the Berkshire Valley project website to learn about the study, review the presentation, and submit comments. Initial public comments are being accepted until 11/5.

County Road Projects – July 28 Update

Morris County has already paved 10 miles of roads during the 2021 paving season, with another 5 miles underway. In all, Morris County will pave 31 miles of roadway in 25 projects running through 20 towns. Read the Road Projects County Press Release for more information.

Patriot’s Path Great Morristown Greenway Project – August 26 Meeting

The Morris County Park Commission will hold a virtual public information center for their Patriot’s Path Great Morristown Greenway Project on August 26. The project will enhance nearly a mile section of the path between Martin Luther King Avenue and Speedwell Avenue. Read the Greenway Project County Press Release for more information.

NewBus Newark Study

NJ Transit ‘s NewBus Newark Study will reimagine local bus service in the Newark region. The study will analyze 38 routes, including the 29, 70, 73, and 79 buses that serve Morris County. Visit the NewBus project website for more information.

Pequannock-to-Wayne Pedestrian and Bike Path Project – Public Info and Audio Session

Project information on the proposed 4.8 mile Pequannock-to-Wayne bicycle and pedestrian path, including an audio briefing and slide show, is now available. Learn more about the Bike Path project.