(5/17/2013) Rehabilitation of Sussex County Bridge E-06 CR 631 (Church Street) Franklin Borough . Linked is the initial Project Status Report for the Rehabilitation of County Bridge E-06. The project is currently in design with construction award anticipated for August. Construction of the rehabilitation project is expected to start in September and take three to four months to complete. Construction will take place under a full road closure and posted detour. Access to all residences and businesses will be maintained throughout construction.
(5/10/2013) Bridge X-54 (Oil City Road) Temporary Road Closure & Repairs. The Sussex County Office of Bridge & Traffic Safety and Division of Public Works have scheduled repairs of Bridge X-54 on Oil City Road in Wantage for the week of May 20 - May 24. In order to perform repairs to the structural steel beams, concrete backwall, steel deck grating, and approach roadway a full closure and detour of Oil City Road will be required for the duration of construction (estimated to be 1 week). Prior to construction motorists will be given advanced notice via variable message boards and a posted detour will be maintained throughout the duration of the repairs.
(5/10/2013) CR-644 (aka Vernon Crossing) Landslide Remediation. On May 10, 2013, at 5:12 p.m., the section of County Route 644, a.k.a. Vernon Crossing Road, between Church Street and State Route 94 was reopened to full service. Please find attached the most recent Project Update Notice for Sussex County Route 644 (aka Vernon Crossing) Landslide Remediation.
(4/10/2013) Emergency Replacement of Bridge S-12. As of April 9, 2013, Middleville Road has been fully opened to traffic. All construction activities at the site have been completed. Please see attached Project Status Update Notice regarding the replacement of Sussex County Bridge S-12.
(2/28/2013) Emergency Stabilization Repairs of Bridges X-43 and X-50 on CR 651/Unionville Road in Wantage As of February 25, 2013, CR 651/Unionville Road has been fully opened to traffic. All construction activities at the sites have been completed and only the final punch-list items remain. Please see the Project Status Update Notices below.
Bridge X-43 Status Update Bridge X-50 Status Update
(2/15/2013) Bridge X-20 Closed - Wantage Township Carrying Berry Road over a Tributary of the West Branch of the Papakating Creek. Damage sustained during the storms of 2011 and subsequent storm events (Hurricane Sandy and other significant flows) have resulted in continued deterioration of the masonry substructure and roadway embankments at Bridge X-20. In the interest of public safety Bridge X-20 has been closed pending construction of a full bridge replacement.
Standard Construction Details
These details have been developed by the Sussex County Division of Engineering to augment, and as appropriate replace, the New Jersey Department of Transportation Standard Construction Details.
Land Development Standards
Provide rules, regulations, and standards for site plans and subdivisions and procedures for review of site plans and subdivisions within the County's jurisdiction.
The Sussex County Division of Engineering is charged with overseeing the numerous facets associated with maintaining, improving, and monitoring the County's Transportation network. The Division works closely with the Division of Facilities Management providing project support and civil/survey design services for a variety of facility related capital improvement projects. Additionally, the Division of Engineering provides technical support to the Division of Planning.
Included within the Department's responsibilities are tasks such as in-house design of road and bridge improvement projects, management of multimillion dollar design projects, monitoring the condition of bridges; signals; signs; traffic markings and other similar infrastructure items, developing long term capital budgets, construction stakeout, ROW surveys, management of county road and bridge construction projects, track traffic trends, and monitor work within the county right of way through road opening and driveway permits.
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