Traffic Incident Management and Diversion Plans

Bergen County has a tremendous amount of traffic. In the event of a serious incident or accident that requires a complete closure of a State roadway, the Traffic Incident Management Plan is implemented.

This plan was produced in cooperation with the Bergen County Traffic Officer's Association, the New Jersey Department of Transportation, the Bergen County Police Chief's Association and the Bergen County Police Dpartment.

Specially trained officers are sent to the scene of the incident to work with NJDOT and local police agencies to divert traffic around the incident in a safe and timely manner.

This is a sample page out of the Bergen County Traffic Diversion Plan

This page covers an incident that occurs on Route 4 Eastbound, east of Spring Valley Road to West of the Forest Avenue Exit.
sample page of the Bergen County Traffic Diversion Plan

There are over 275 diversion routes planned for in Bergen County.

If you wish to learn more about traffic incident diversion, you can contact your local police department's traffic officer. You can also contact BCOEM at 201-785-5757 or the Bergen County Police Department Traffic Safety Division at (201) 336-7700 ext. 7739.