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

NJTPA Long Range Transportation Plan and Public Meeting

The NJTPA is seeking public input on Plan 2050, its long range regional transportation plan, and the FY 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the Air Quality Conformity Determination. There will be a virtual public meeting on July 27 from 4-7pm, and public comments are due on August 4. Read the press release for more information.

New NJ Transit Bus Schedules – Effective 6/26

New NJ Transit Bus schedules go into effect on several bus lines on June 26, including the 70, 79, 194, 871/874, 872, 873, 875, 878, and 880 bus routes that serve Morris County. Read the service advisory for more information on the changes.

New NJ Transit Rail Schedules – Effective 6/6

New NJ Transit Rail schedules go into effect on June 6, including the Morris & Essex and Montclair Boonton Lines that serve Morris County. Read the service advisory for more information on the changes.

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 project.