Friday, October 23, 2009

Infrastructureless #2: Constructile Dysfunction

1996 - 2008. That is the span of time that it took for approximately three miles of highway on Rt. 3 from Little Falls to Wayne to be expanded and paved. This included the reconstruction of three small overpasses along the way. Twelve years! This works out to one mile of highway being completed per four years.

That's an extreme example, but it seems to be a familiar story throughout New Jersey. Please share your tales of torpid constructile dysfunction.


  1. Just a quick correction, I think you mean Rt 46. Rt 3 ends in Clifton before turning into Rt 46.

  2. Thank you. Yes, that's it, Rt. 46. from Little Falls to Wayne.

  3. When are you going to add new content ?