Temporary traffic lights removed on Warwick Turnpike


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  • Warwick Turnpike is fully opened to traffic now that te temporary signals have been removed. photo courtesy of West Milford Police DePartment



The temporary traffic signals that were put up on Warwick Turnpike while work was being done on a bridge have been taken down, according to the township's Office of Emergency Management.

The roadway is now fully open to traffic, the township said.

The lights were installed while reconstruction crews worked on the 81-year-old bridge that is between Lake Shore Drive in Upper Greenwood Lake and White Road, the connector with Union Valley Road.

During the project, the bridge was divided into two lanes, allowing north and south traffic to flow in an alternating pattern.

According to the police department's Facebook post, the "construction work is complete at this time."

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