Burlington County gets $3.9 million for road improvements

    Burlington County has received $3.9 million for road improvement projects in 20 municipalities. It’s part of $78.75 million in statewide grants from the New Jersey Department of Transportation.

    Towns will receive between $100,000 and $300,000 for various projects like sidewalk repair, bike lanes and general reconstruction. The Burlington County Times has the complete list of projects for the county.

    Wrightstown and Palmyra are at the low and high ends of the funding.

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