Millburn Complete Streets Initiative

Pedestrian safety is paramount. The Complete Streets Initiative prioritizes pedestrian safety and includes a variety of engineering improvements meant to create safer pedestrian conditions, improve traffic flow in congested areas, calm traffic at other areas and improve the efficiency, functionality and vibrancy of downtown Millburn. 

2016 Timeline

June 2nd, 2016- The Township will be holding bid applications for construction of the Complete Streets project.
June 7th, 2016- The Township award the construction bid to Flanagan's Contracting Group, Inc. 
June 22nd, 2016- The Township, Arterial and Flanagan's Contracting Group held a pre-construction meeting.    
July 13th, 2016- Millburn anticipates beginning construction for Complete Streets in the Downtown area. 
July 18th, 2016- Milling of Main Street and demolition of sidewalk on Main Street and Millburn Ave to begin. 
July 25th, 2016- Electrical conduits will be dug and placed for future underground wiring. The drainage system will be installed and continuation of curbs and sidewalks being framed and poured with concrete.
August 1st, 2016- Continuation of curbs and sidewalks being framed and poured with concrete. Utilities will continue to work on Main Street. 
August 8th, 2016- Demolition and preparation of sidewalk on Millburn Ave. 
August 15th, 2016- Pouring of concrete road way on Main Street.
August 22nd, 2016-  Framing and pouring of curbs and sidewalks on Millburn Ave.
August 29th, 2016- Placing of conduits and construction of sidewalk and curbs on Main Street.
September 5th, 2016- Opening of Main Street and construction of sidewalk and curbs on Main Street.
September 12th, 2016- Completed pouring concrete sidewalk and curbs on north side of Millburn Ave down to the entrance of Town Hall.
September 19th, 2016- Began demolition on south side of Millburn Ave 
September 26th, 2016- Set granite blocks on Main Street and prepared sidewalk and curbs on Millburn Ave
October 3rd, 2016- Completed pouring concrete sidewalk and curb on the south side of Millburn Ave
October 10th, 2016- Completed pouring concrete for flexible parking along the south side of Millburn Ave 
October 17th, 2016- Set granite millstones on Main Street
October 24th, 2016- Installed drainage west of Town Hall and opened flexible parking from Dunkin Donuts to Starbucks
October 31st, 2016- Set pavers on the Starbucks and Charlie Brown corners and poured concrete walkway west of Town Hall 
November 7th, 2016- Completed pouring of sidewalk west of Town Hall
November 14th, 2016- Milling, paving, and striping of Millburn Ave from Spring Street to Main Street
November 21st, 2016- Setting pavers and ramp at the Crepe corner 
November 28th, 2016- Began milling of new road by Town Hall
December 5th, 2016- Completed the corners at Gotham and La Creperie
December 12th, 2016- Poured curbs for the new roadway 
December 19th, 2016- Poured majority of sidewalks along new road
January 5th, 2017- Installed new traffic lights at Main St and Millburn Ave
January 19th, 2017- Continuing grading and preparation along the new road area
January 26th, 2017- Installing light fixtures throughout downtown area
February 2nd, 2017- Completed construction in parking Lot 5


Summer 2016-Commencement of Construction

Complete Streets Construction Update 2/2/2017
Over the next week Flanagan’s Construction will be working on the following tasks: 
Preparing grading of the new road by Town Hall
Installing traffic and street lights throughout the Downtown
Completed construction to create circulation for the parking lot 5
**All work is weather dependent**

Work completed during January 2017
Saw-cutting sidewalk along new road   
Installation of additional benches  
Continuing to pour sidewalk along new road

Please remember that parking is now Pay-by-Plate. For more information on Pay-by-Plate parking please visit the Parking Webpage
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Complete Streets Overhead

A Brief Background of Complete Streets  

The Township of Millburn adopted a Complete Streets Policy outlining a series of goals and objectives to make the streets safer for pedestrians, improve traffic flow and calm traffic where appropriate, and enhance the vibrancy of our streets for pedestrians and businesses. A Complete Streets Sub-Committee, led by Mayor Ted Bourke and Committee member Ian Mount, was formed and tasked with implementing the Complete Streets Policy. Safe, well-balanced streets are good for business. The Complete Streets Initiative enhances the vibrancy of Downtown Millburn and supports the economic vitality of local business. A comprehensive Complete Streets project addressing pedestrian safety, traffic flow, intersection congestion and traffic calming is a complex process requiring thorough assessment of a myriad of factors both internal and external to our community. We are committed to taking on this challenge and addressing these critical factors to improve our downtown. We encourage residents to review the conceptual plans, ask questions and provide feedback.