Dates For East Lincoln Road Work Updated

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Published: October 17, 2017
Dates For East Lincoln Road Work Updated  | read this item

Road work originally scheduled to start work last Friday has been updated to start Friday, October 20th. Additionally, the work period for the project has been cut in half from eight (8) to four (4) days – weather permitting – and it has been changed from overnight to a daytime schedule. The County of Union […]

Road Work On East Lincoln Avenue To Start In October

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Published: September 1, 2017
Road Work On East Lincoln Avenue To Start In October  | read this item

The County of Union will be milling East Lincoln Avenue from Chestnut Street to Galloping Hill Road for road resurfacing. The work is scheduled to start on or about Friday, October 13th, and is projected to last for eight (8) days. The milling will require the length of East Lincoln Avenue to be closed overnight […]

Mayor Shows Importance Of Moving Vehicles From Roads

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Published: January 24, 2016
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Mayor Shows Importance Of Moving Vehicles From Roads  | read this item

Mayor Carl Hokanson literally took to the streets to show residents the importance of moving cars from roads. Posting on his Facebook page (link), the mayor took measuring tape to demonstrate how much of borough roadways are being taken up by snow piled next to cars. With over six feet of roadway unavailable to vehicular […]

Some Words With Author Of RVRR Book

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Published: November 17, 2015
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Some Words With Author Of RVRR Book  | read this item

Earlier this month, colleague Bernie Wagenblast from Cranford Radio and Transportation Radio spoke with Richard J. King, author of two books about the Rahway Valley Railroad (RVRR). The Rahway Valley Railroad was built at the end of the 19th century and operated for 95 years from 1897 till 1992. The RVRR served a handful of towns on its 11-mile […]

Cranford Radio Covers UCTMP Open House

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Published: November 16, 2015
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Cranford Radio Covers UCTMP Open House  | read this item

Colleague Bernie Wagenblast of Cranford Radio has graciously allowed syndication of coverage on the Union County Transportation Master Plan (UCTMP) Open House that occurred on November 9th in Cranford. The event was in the Cranford Community Center and provided information on Union County’s plan to address public transportation along with maps outlining transportation corridors throughout […]

Power Outage On Section Of West Side Of Town

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Published: October 7, 2015
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Power Outage On Section Of West Side Of Town  | read this item

UPDATE @ 7:14 a.m.: Power has been restored to most of the area affected. A single car accident around 6 o’clock this morning on Route 28 just outside of Roselle Park by the Garden State Parkway is the apparent reason for power outage in a section of Roselle Park. Police and other emergency responders were still on scene. […]

Street Closing Notice For RP Loves ARTS! + Car Show

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Published: September 18, 2015
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Street Closing Notice For RP Loves ARTS! + Car Show  | read this item

RP Loves ARTS! will require Chestnut Street from Grant Avenue to Webster Avenue to be closed for a majority of the day on Saturday, September 19th. No traffic or parking will be allowed for the event from 7 a.m. until 10 o’clock at night. Residents are asked to make alternate plans for parking and vehicular […]

Proposed NJ Transit Hikes To Increase Fares By Up To 9%

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Published: May 21, 2015
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Proposed NJ Transit Hikes To Increase Fares By Up To 9%  | read this item

NJ Transit’s proposed hike for their service will impact Roselle Park for both buses and trains to New York City. The highest percentage increase – at 9% – is for monthly passes, which are designed to save commuters who use public transportation money. According to material released by NJ Transit on their requested increases, buses […]

Part Of Westfield Avenue Closed Due To Downed Pole

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Published: March 15, 2015
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(Photo courtesy of RJ Kuterka)  | read this item

A downed utility pole has West Westfield Avenue between Locust Street and Gordon Street closed in both directions. Several traffic lights in the area are out while several businesses and residences are without power. Utility crews are on the scene. Resident Scott Mackie, who lives on Westfield Avenue, heard the collision, commenting, “I ran out to check […]

Heavy Snowfall Expected In Roselle Park Starting Tonight

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Published: February 1, 2015
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Heavy Snowfall Expected In Roselle Park Starting Tonight

ADDS DATE - Mike Gregg trudges through the snow to walk his dog, Jake, in Austin, Minn., Thursday morning, May 2, 2013. Heavy, wet snow slowed down driving and all-around travel, abruptly interrupting spring. Winter made a return appearance in southeastern Minnesota where residents are digging out of more than a foot of new snow. (AP Photo/Austin Daily Herald, Eric Johnson)  | read this item

For the second time in less than a week, the National Weather Service (NWS), along with other weather services, are estimating that a winter storm could drop between 3-10 inches in Roselle Park and the greater Union County area beginning tonight into tomorrow. The snow, at his time, is expected to begin during Super Bowl […]

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