TRAFFIC ADVISORY – Heavy Rain and Flooding Expected
Published October 29, 2017 at 7:05 p.m.
Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose reports that due to heavy rainfall today, many streets are expected to be flooded and should be avoided.
Because of possible flooding at the below listed locations and because motorists could become stranded by driving through flooded streets and high water, people are asked to avoid these locations and to use alternative routes.
In addition to the listed streets, drivers are discouraged from traveling through streets which are flooded, have high water or are believed to be flooded.
The Department of Public Safety is coordinating responses to burglar alarms, flooding conditions and other weather-related incidents through the combined use of Police, Fire and Office of Emergency Management Personnel.
The following locations should be avoided due to flooding conditions or the potential for flooding:
Clay Street and McCarter Highway
South Street and Van Buren Street
Jefferson and Chestnut Streets
State Street near Broad Street
Jabez and Backus Streets
357 Wilson Avenue
Manufacturers Place and Hyatt Street
Magazine Street and Avenue L
Avenue L and Wilson Avenue
Ferry and Foundry Streets
McClellan and Frelinghuysen Avenue
Frelinghuysen Avenue and the Route 21 underpass
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