You may have noticed that N.J. Transit is beginning repairs and replacements of their bus shelters. Well, at least they have dismantled and laid the concrete footing for the new shelters.
At Tuesday's meeting of the River Edge Mayor and Council, Mayor Sandy Moscaritolo asked the Borough Administrator, Alan Negreann, to reach out to N.J. Transit for an update.
According to Negreann, he has contacted the contractor's representative for a timeline on completion, but has had no response. Moscaritolo asked him to reach out to N.J. Transit for information regarding completion of the already delayed project.
"It's the end of summer, fall is coming and we'd like our commuters to have shelters," Moscaritolo said.
Five bus shelters are scheduled to be replaced and maintained by DPW employees. These shelters are expected to be similar to the current standing shelters but will be dark green in color.