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Rehabilitation of Sussex County Bridge C-18 Project Status Update Roseville Road Byram Township
Rehabilitation of Bridge C-18
Roseville Road over Wolf Lake Inlet
Start of construction is scheduled for July 7, 2020. This date is subject to change due to weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances. Construction is expected to be completed in 120 consecutive days.
Roseville Road and the Roseville Road Tunnel will remain open to traffic at Bridge C-18 for the duration of construction, however, an alternating single lane flagging operation may be implemented during the installation and removal of cofferdams and for various other items of work as needed.
Please see the attached notice for additional information regarding the project.
Project Completion - Sussex County Bridge D-44 - CR-637 (Beemer Church Road)
Please be advised that as of today, June 26, 2020, at 8:30 am, CR-637 at Bridge D-44 has been fully reopened to traffic. Please see the attached Project Completion Notice for additional information.
2019 Sussex County Resurfacing Program
Please see the attached Project Completion Notice regarding the 2019 Sussex County Resurfacing Program.
2020 Sussex County Resurfacing Program
Please find the attached Project Update Notice regarding the 2020 Sussex County Resurfacing Program.
(6/12/2020) 2020 Crack Sealing Project Start-Up Notice
Please find attached the Project Startup Notice for the 2020 Sussex County Crack Sealing Program. Weather permitting, work is scheduled to begin on Monday June 15th, 2020 at 7 a.m. The complete list of programmed routes is included in the notice. All work is expected to advance under a mobile single lane closure.
(6/11/2020) 2020 Sussex County Striping Program: Project Startup Notice
Please find attached the Project Startup Notice for the 2020 Sussex County Striping Program. Weather permitting, work is scheduled to begin on or about Monday June 15, 2020.
The anticipated County Route segments in the striping queue are included in the attached notice. An effort will be made to work from the northern part of the County southbound. All work is expected to advance under a mobile single lane closure.
Please feel free to contact this office if there are any questions.
(5/15/2020) CR 631 MM 0.82 Culvert Repair Construction Notice
Please be advised that, on or about Tuesday, May 19, 2020, the Sussex County Division of Public Works, with support from the Sussex County Office of Bridge & Traffic Safety, will commence the repair of a damaged stormwater culvert within CR 631 (Franklin Ave) at MM 0.82 in the Borough of Franklin. The work will take approximately 4 days to complete. Traffic flow will be maintained through the work zone, during normal daytime work hours, utilizing a single lane, flagger-controlled closure. The north and southbound lanes of CR 631, in the vicinity if the repair work, will be restored to service at the close of each day.
The commencement of this work is contingent upon completion of the NJDOT closure and detour of SR 23 for the NYS&W bridge replacement, which will be in effect from Friday, May 15 at 7 a.m. until Monday, May 18 at 5 p.m. The repair schedule is subject to change based on weather and unforeseen circumstances.
Please see the attached Construction Notice for additional information.
(4/21/2020) Replacement of Sussex County Bridge X-48 Project Status Update
Replacement of Bridge X-48
Mudtown Road over Clove Brook
Due to the variability of the geology in the project area, the design consultant for the project, Boswell Engineering, in conjunction with their geotechnical subconsultant, Oweiss Engineering, will perform additional soil borings at Bridge X-48 prior to advancing the preliminary design.
The soil borings will be used in developing the type and depth for the proposed bridge foundations and for performing a scour analysis.
Due to inclement weather the geotechnical soil borings have been rescheduled to Wednesday April 29th.
The soil borings will be conducted on either Friday April 24th or Monday April 27th and are expected to take one day to complete under a one lane flagging operation. The schedule is subject to change due to weather conditions or other unanticipated circumstances.
For more information, please see the attached project notice.
(4/8/2020) Replacement of Sussex County Bridge Q-06 Main Street Sparta Township
Bridge Q-06, Main Street over Wallkill River
Keller & Kirkpatrick, the County's design consultant for the project, is advancing the 90% bridge replacement design plans and specifications for the project. NJDEP completed their review of the project and Flood Hazard Area and Freshwater Wetlands permits have been issued. A construction timeframe has not been established, however, it is anticipated that construction will take place under a full road closure with a posted detour. For more information, please see the attached project notice.
Immediate Closure Sussex County Bridge D-18 - Fenwick Road Frankford Township
Bridge Closure Advisory:
Sussex County Bridge D-18, Fenwick Road Frankford Twp.
During the recent engineering investigation of Sussex County Bridge D-18 it was determined the continued structural degradation of the bridge represents a significant operational safety issue to the traveling public. The currently deployed safety devices are not sufficient to ensure a reasonable level of operational safety for the continued use of this structure.
In the interests of public safety, the County has initiated immediate efforts to close this bridge to vehicular traffic. The closure will remain in place until such time as the deficiencies have been fully evaluated and remedial measures capable of restoring an acceptable level of operational safety have been implemented.
We regret we could not have provided more advanced notice, but paramount to our efforts is the protection of the traveling public’s safety.
Attached, please find the associated Public Notice including a location / closure map.
Sussex County Bridge X-54 - Temporary Bridge Closure on 1/16 & 1/17
RE: Temporary Bridge Closure at
Sussex County Bridge X-54
Oil City Road
Please see attached public notice regarding an upcoming temporary closure scheduled for tomorrow 1/16 and Friday 1/17.
(1/3/2020) Project Update Notice_CR-614 (Paulinskill Lake Road) Slope Restoration - Fredon
Please be advised that CR 614 (a.k.a. Paulinskill Lake Road), in the vicinity of the slope restoration work at MM 0.63, has been restored to two-way, unrestricted traffic. Although several items of work remain, they will be completed utilizing single-lane, flagger controlled work zones as necessary. Continue to expect delays during construction operations. Please find the attached Project Update Notice for additional information. Please feel free to contact the Division of Engineering with any questions or concerns.
Fall 2019 Contractor Guide Rail Upgrades
Please see the attached Project Startup Notice regarding the Fall 2019 Contractor Guide Rail Upgrades. Please note that work is scheduled to begin on or about Monday, December 9, 2019 depending on the weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
(11/20/2019) Bridge B-10 Superstructure Replacement
As of today, Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at approximately 1:00 pm, County Fairgrounds Road (a.k.a. Recreational Road) in the Borough of Branchville, was re-opened to traffic at Bridge B-10. Installation of the new, Bridge B-10, timber superstructure is complete. Please find the attached Project Completion Notice for additional information.
(10/21/2019) Bridge L-04 Replacement - Public Traffic Advisory Notice
The Sussex County Division of Engineering has scheduled a Geotechnical Investigation at Bridge L-04 on CR-663 (aka Warbasse Junction Road) in Lafayette Township. The investigation is currently scheduled to begin on October 31st and last for two days, ending on November 1st with work occurring each day between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. During the work, Bridge L-04 will remain open to traffic and controlled with a lane shift. This work is weather dependent and, as such, scheduling is subject to modification.
(6/18/2019) Rehabilitation of Sussex County Bridge C-09 Project Status Update
RE: Rehabilitation of Bridge C-09
North shore Road over Cranberry Lake Inlet
Cranberry Lake, Byram Township
Final design is in progress for the rehabilitation of Sussex County bridge C-09. Public Bidding will take place in Spring 2020, followed by construction in Fall 2020. For additional information regarding the project, see the attached public notice.
(2/19/2019) Improvements to the Intersection of CR-607, Crescent Road, and Lakeside Boulevard, Sussex County Signal SC-36 Intersection of River Styx Road (CR-607), Crescent Road, and Lakeside Boulevard, Hopatcong Borough
Sussex County applies to the New Jersey Department of Transportation for two 2019 Local Aid Infrastructure Fund (LAIF) discretionary grants. If approved, these LAIF grants will provide up to $800,000 towards the replacement of Sussex County Bridge Q-06 carrying Main Street over the Wallkill River in Sparta Township and up to $250,000 towards the replacement Sussex County Signal SC-36 at the intersection of County Route 607 (aka River Styx Road), Crescent Road, and Lakeside Boulevard in Hopatcong Borough. See the attached public notice for more information regarding this project.
(11/21/2017) 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.
(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.
(05/16/2011)Bridge F-04 - Puder Road - Fredon
Each municipality has its own bridge code. For example, bridge E-04 is in Franklin Borough.
|A9||Andover Borough||L||Lafayette Township|
|A||Andover Township||M||Montague Township|
|B||Branchville Borough||N||Town of Newton|
|C||Byram Township||O||Ogdensburg Borough|
|D||Frankford Township||P||Sandyston Township|
|E||Franklin Borough||Q||Sparta Township|
|F||Fredon Township||R||Stanhope Borough|
|G||Green Township||S||Stillwater Township|
|H9||Hamburg Borough||T||Sussex Borough|
|H||Hampton Township||V||Vernon Township|
|J||Hardyston Township||W||Walpack Township|
|K||Hopatcong Borough||X||Wantage Township|
Sussex County Division of Engineering
One Spring Street
Newton, NJ 07860
William J. Koppenaal, P.E., County Engineer, Department Administrator
Standard Construction Details
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