Main Street Improvements – Lodi, NJ

Langan provided surveying, traffic/highway engineering, and landscape architecture to the Borough of Lodi for the widening of Main Street through the Union Avenue intersection. The construction costs were funded by the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and administered by the County of Bergen. Main Street is the major north-south artery in the Borough that carries 1,730 vehicles during the peak weekday hour. The 900 feet of roadway is bisected by the NJDOT Route 17 Essex Street Drainage Project, an 11-foot diameter culvert designed to carry flood waters from the north side of the Borough to the Saddle River. The western boundary of the roadway project is the site of the Borough’s
redevelopment area, which is undergoing design and remediation.