Eight new easier to read electronic traffic signs will be installed along the New Jersey Turnpike in Bergen County approaching the George Washington Bridge, the Star-Ledger reported.
The signs will replace existing message boards and be used to update motorists on travel time to the GWB and which level to take. Crews will have the signs setup by December.
"It will be state-of-the-art. People can read them when they go by,” New Jersey Turnpike Authority Chief Engineer Rich Raczynski said in the report.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey reportedly wanted the signs installed by the Super Bowl in East Rutherford on Feb. 2 and plans to reimburse the Turnpike Authority for the $6.3 million project.