What are those Sussex County bridge letter codes?
Each municipality has its own bridge code. For example, bridge E-04 is in Franklin Borough.
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Active Projects (Date updated)
(3/24/2017) Reconstruction and Realignment of Sussex County Bridge X-09 CR 565 Wantage Township
(3/24/2017) Replacement of Sussex County Bridge O-07 - Passaic Avenue - Ogdensburg Borough
(3/17/2017) Replacement of Sussex County Bridge C-17 Roseville Road Byram Township Bridge C-17, Roseville Road over Lackawanna Cutoff
(2/8/2017) Bridge Q-06 Load Posting - Advanced Public Notice Bridge Q-06, Main Street over Wallkill River
(1/20/2017) Replacement of Sussex County Bridge Q-06 Main Street Sparta Township Bridge Q-06, Main Street over Wallkill River
(11/16/2016) Project Update Notice: FY2015 Sussex County Resurfacing Program
Project Update Notice: FY 2015 Sussex County High Risk Rural Roads Program
(11/08/2016) CR-517 & CR-669 Gas Main Trench repairs
(10/28/2016) Project Completion Notice: 2016 Sussex County Striping Program
(10/19/2016) Project Startup Notice: FY 2015 Sussex County Resurfacing Program
Sussex County Bridge V-15 Repairs - Sand Hill Road - Vernon Township
Rehabilitation of Sussex County Bridge E-04 - CR 631 (Franklin Avenue) - Franklin Borough
(9/9/2016) Rehabilitation of Sussex County Bridge P-36, CR-646 (a.k.a. Jager Road) in Sandyston Twp.
Rehabilitation of Bridge S-10, CR-617 (Fairview Lake Road) in Stillwater Township
(9/7/2016) Project Completion Notice: 2016 Sussex County Crack Sealing Program
(9/1/2016) Rehabilitation of Railroad Spur Crossing - Limecrest Road - CR669 - Lafayette Township
(8/19/2016) Project Update Notice: 2016 Sussex County Micro Surfacing
Long Term Projects, Closures, and Weight Restrictions
(12/04/2015) Bridge S-25, CR-622 (Newton-Swartswood Rd) Weight Posting Reduction Please see attached for a public notice regarding the pending reduction of weight posting of Sussex County Bridge S-25 on CR-622 (a.k.a. Newton-Swartswood Road) in the Swartswood section of Stillwater. Installation of revised bridge weight limit signs will commence as soon as sign fabrication is complete and all utility markouts have cleared. If you have any questions or concerns with regard to this load posting or the bridge structure, please feel free to contact the Sussex County Division of Engineering.
(11/5/2015) Bridge B-10, Recreational Road (a.k.a. County Fairgrounds Road) - Opening & Weight Posting
(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.
(05/16/2011)Bridge F-04 - Puder Road - Fredon
Proposed (Public Comment)
Sussex County Division of Engineering
Operational and Safety Improvements to Sussex County Route 653, a.k.a. Clove Road
Operational and Safety Improvements to a portion of Sussex County Route 515
Operational and Safety Improvements to a portion of Sussex County Route 517
Operational and Safety Improvements to Sussex County Route 616-517
Standard Construction Details
Land Development Standards
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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