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Recovery Projects (ARRA)

Project Scope
This project involves the rehabilitation of NJ TRANSIT's Lower Hack drawbridge. Lower Hack drawbridge is a three-track bridge that carries NJ TRANSIT's Morris and Essex and Montclair Boonton Line trains over the Hackensack River. The bridge spans Kearny and Jersey City, NJ.

The scope of this project includes repairs to the under deck of the concrete approach slabs, the concrete columns and the concrete balustrade; track and ballast removal; concrete slab repair and waterproofing; and structural steel repairs on the lift and tower spans.

Project Cost
$30 million ($30 million funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009).

NJ TRANSIT Department of Capital Planning and Programs
April 2009