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 Aaron T. Watson

Aaron T. Watson

Aaron T. Watson, Deputy Administrator

Phone: 609-989-6629
Fax: 609-396-3968
Mail: 640 S. Broad Street
P.O. Box 8068
Trenton, NJ 08650-0068
Email: mdeblois@mercercounty.org

 
This past year, I along with my team, have experienced a number of changes in our roles and job functions.  In September of 2016, I was appointed Executive Director of the Mercer County Park Commission while continuing as Deputy Administrator of the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure overseeing the Trenton-Mercer Airport as well as the Buildings & Grounds Division of the Central Services Department. 

In addition to remaining as County Engineer, Gregory Sandusky is also Director for the Department of Transportation & Infrastructure (DOT&I) and now oversees three of its Divisions:  Highway, T.R.A.D.E. and Engineering.  We are fortunate that Mr. Sandusky has accepted this leadership role and are excited for the future.

Gregory Sandusky, P.E.,P.L.S.

Greg Sandusky
Gregory Sandusky, P.E.,P.L.S.

Director, Department of Transportation & Infrastructure/
County Engineer

Phone: 609-989-6600
Fax: 609-989-8295
Mail: 640 S. Broad Street
P.O. Box 8068
Trenton, NJ 08650-0068
Email: mrizziello@mercercounty.org

 

Under the direction of County Engineer Gregory Sandusky, the following divisions are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of our citizens by improving County transportation infrastructure resources and to providing transportation resources to aid the disadvantaged and elderly.

Engineering Division â€“ The Division is responsible for project development, design, construction and maintenance of 687 bridges and culverts; nearly 300 electrically operated traffic control devices; and 180 miles (425 lane miles) of pavement and the supporting drainage, lane markings and traffic and wayfaring signs within the county roadway network.  This Division is also responsible for the review and approval of site plans and subdivisions submitted to the Mercer County Planning Board.  Mercer County’s Engineering Division continues to successfully acquire state and federal funding for substantial capital investments to minimize the expenditure of County funds.

Highway Division â€“ The Division encompasses six Units: Bridges & Culverts; Mosquito Control; Motor Pool; Roads; Shade Tree; and Traffic & Signal. The Highway Division recently merged with the Motor Pool Division of the Central Services Department to create one unified Division.  The merger will increase the efficiency of the operation and will lead to a more integrated and streamlined Division. All Units work together in many facets to provide services necessary for a safe, clean and healthy environment. Supporting the Division, the DOT&I’s Transportation Asset Management Information System (T.A.M.I.S.) Project assists in increasing efficiency levels regarding maintenance and operating procedures.

T.R.A.D.E. Division - It is the purpose of T.R.A.D.E. (Transportation Resources to Aid the Disadvantaged and Elderly) to support eligible County residents who require transportation to maintain their health, improve their financial status, utilize various public and private programs and services (medical, therapeutic, recreational) and access other needed community resources. T.R.A.D.E. does not establish trip priorities for residents eligible for T.R.A.D.E. Transport is accessible to all eligible residents of Mercer County, including seniors (age 60+) and people with disabilities. The County of Mercer through T.R.A.D.E., provides non-emergency transportation to residents of Mercer County who are elderly and to people with disabilities. It is the mission of T.R.A.D.E. to provide a safe, efficient and economical Para transit service to all eligible Mercer County residents by trained staff dedicated to the passengers’ special needs.

More Information

2016 Annual Summary Report | 2015 Annual Summary Report | 2014 Annual Summary Report 

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