NEW ROAD IN MORRIS PLAINS NAMED FOR CHRIS CHRISTIE
Former Gov. Chris Christie was given the first ride Wednesday on a new road in Morris Plains named Governor Chris Christie Drive, NJ.com writes. The former governor sat in the passenger seat of a 1922 Franklin as the owner of the vintage car, Arthur Lee, drove him along the one-third-mile-long road, which was built to provide access to the Central Park of Morris County. Christie, who drove himself to the event, attended the road's groundbreaking ceremony last November, two months before the end of his second term.