Woodbridge Township, located in Middlesex County, is the sixth-largest city in New Jersey. Approximately 100,000 residents lived in Woodbridge as of the 2010 Census.
Transportation and Education
There are three train stations located in Woodbridge Township—Metropark, Avenel and Woodbridge. Many commuters ride the rain, serviced by New Jersey Transit, the North Jersey Coast Line and the Amtrak Northeast Corridor. Trucks passing through Woodbridge Township typically travel along the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike. The Edison Bridge on U.S. Route 9 spans the Raritan River, connecting Woodbridge to Sayreville.
Over 13,000 students are served through the Woodbridge Township School District and the district’s three high schools have over 150 courses, including vocational and work study programs.
Woodbridge Truck Accident Attorneys
Frank Lautenberg, the late U.S. Senator from New Jersey, proposed a weight limit on commercial trucks on state highways similar to the 80,000 lb limit for trucks on Interstates. Lautenberg argued that infrastructure, such as roads and bridges, was rapidly crumbling and the weight of trucks put all motorists and passengers at risk.
There is more information on truck accidents available on our site. The attorneys at the Spevack Law Firm have experience in assisting accident victims in recovering damages. Call our office at (732) 636-3030 today for a free consultation.
Did you know: There are 44,000 miles of Interstate in the US compared to 220,000 miles in the National Highway System, which are the state highways.
Spevack Law Firm, APC—Middlesex County truck accident lawyers