The facility was approved just more than two years ago by theAuthority's commissioners, carrying an original price tag ofapproximately $20 million. That number has risen to a final totalof $29 million. Besides monitoring traffic flow and overseeinggeneral operations of the two highways, it will also providedispatch facilities for the New Jersey State Police.


The site itself is the original headquarters of the New JerseyHighway Authority, which separately operated the Garden StateParkway before the NJHA was merged with the New Jersey TurnpikeAuthority during the administration of former Gov. James McGreevey.The headquarters staffs of the two authorities were merged into100,000 sf at Mack-Cali Realty's Woodbridge IIbuilding nearby. The TMC project incorporates the former NJHAbuilding with new construction and a new infrastructure.

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