Road Work Updates

UPCOMING COUNTY ROADWAY / BRIDGE PROJECTS  

Resurfacing and Safety Improvements to Main Road (CR 555) from Harding Highway (SR 40) and the Cumberland County Line in the Borough of Newfield.
The County of Gloucester has contracted South State Inc. to complete resurfacing and safety improvements to Main Road (CR 555) from Harding Highway (SR 40) to the Cumberland County Line in the Borough of Newfield. Work will include concrete curb construction, drainage improvements at Garden Road and a new flashing traffic signal at the intersection of Forest Grove Road. The project will begin on or about October 15, 2018, with the project anticipated to be complete by the end of December. Work hours will be from 7:00 AM through 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Access to homes and businesses will be maintained throughout the duration of the project by way of alternating traffic and lane shifts. Starting on or about October 31, 2018, milling and paving will begin on Main Road (CR 555). Work hours will be from 7:00 AM through 5:00 PM, and will take approximately one week. Traffic will be controlled through the use of posted detours. Please use caution while traveling through the work zone.

Bridge Repairs on Structure 2-I-14, on Hunter Street over railroad tracks.
The County of Gloucester has contracted JPC Group, Inc. to complete bridge repairs on structure 2-I-14 located on Hunter Street, over the railroad tracks between Euclid Street and Laurel Street, in the City of Woodbury. Work is scheduled to commence on or about September 10, 2018. Hunter Street will remain open to traffic with use of alternating traffic and flagmen. Work is anticipated to be complete in two weeks.

The Resurfacing and Safety Improvements to New Brooklyn Road (CR 536) from SR 322 to Walnut Street in Monroe Township, Monroeville Road East (CR 604) from Buck Road (C.R. 553) to Swedesboro Road (CR 538) in Franklin Township, Fislerville Road (CR 618) from Commissioner’s Road to SR 77 in South Harrison, Pitman Downer Road (CR 658) from Glassboro Cross Keys Road (CR 689) to Fries Mill Road (C.R. 655) in Monroe Township, and Monroeville Road (CR 694) from the NJ Turnpike Overpass, past the County Landfill, to SR 45 in South Harrison Township.
The County of Gloucester has contracted South State Inc. to the above referenced five (5) roadways throughout Gloucester County. The work on these roads shall include, but not be limited to, the variable depth milling of the existing road, the installation of 2” of HMA 12.5ME Surface Course, the use of leveling course to correct the cross slopes of the roads.  Guiderail shall be installed as part of this project. All intersections with existing ADA ramps shall be improved to comply with current standards.  Existing storm drains shall be replaced as shown on the plans.  Parapet walls shall be repaired, parged and painted, structural concrete shall be performed to accommodate guiderail attachments to parapet walls as needed.  Any existing bicycle safe grates and NJDEP ECO compliant heads shall be utilized where possible.  All new bicycle safe grates and NJDEP ECO compliant heads shall also be supplied and utilized.  New underdrain may be added in road reconstruction areas once the existing roadway has been removed and shall be tied into existing drainage structures.  All roadway markings shall be re-established and upgraded to current standards. All roadway signs shall be removed and replaced as noted on the plans. Alternating traffic and lane shifts will be utilized while work is taking place. Work is scheduled to begin on or about August 13, 2018. The hours of work will be from 7:00 AM Until 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Access to homes and businesses will remain open at all times throughout the course of the project.

Resurfacing and Safety Improvements to Main Road (CR 555) Between Harding Highway (SR 40) and Tuckahoe Road (CR557) in the Township of Franklin.
The County of Gloucester has contracted South State Inc. to complete resurfacing and safety improvements to Main Road (CR 555) between Harding Highway (SR 40) and Tuckahoe Road (CR 557) in Franklin Township. ADA curb ramp construction at Clark Ct., minor drainage improvements at Dutch Mill Rd., and two new flashing traffic signals at the intersections of Dutch Mill Rd. and Lake Rd. The project will start on or about August 14, 2018 and is anticipated to be completed by early November. The County of Gloucester will begin milling and paving on or about October 15, 2018. Work hours will be from 7:00 AM through 5:00 PM. Work is anticipated to be completed in 7 working days, weather permitting. Work will be completed with a one way detour. Please follow the posted detour and use caution while driving through the work zone.

Resurfacing and Safety Improvements to Coles Mill Road (CR 538) Between Williamstown Road (CR 612) and The Black Horse Pike (US 322) in the Township of Franklin.
The County of Gloucester has contracted South State Inc. to complete resurfacing and safety improvements to Coles Mill Road (CR 538) between Williamstown Road (CR 612) and The Black Horse Pike (US 322) in Franklin Township. Work will include concrete flatwork, minor drainage improvements, and milling and paving. The project will start on or about August 13, 2018 and is anticipated to be completed by mid October. Work hours will be from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Alternating traffic, lane shifts, and one way detours will be utilized while work is taking place. Please use caution while traveling through the work zone. Access to homes and businesses will remain open at all times throughout the course of the project. Currently work is tentatively scheduled as follows

  • Between Tuckahoe Road & Whitehall Road for September 26th- 28th, weather dependent with one way detours around work zone. 
  • Between Whitehall Road and The Black Horse Pike (US 322) during the week of October 1st, also with a one way detour around work zone.

Please be careful through work areas and follow posted detours.

Resurfacing and Safety Improvements to Franklinville Road (CR 538) in the Townships of Woolwich and South Harrison
The County of Gloucester has contracted R.E Pierson to complete roadway and safety improvements to Franklinville Road (CR 538) between Glen Echo Ave/ Monroeville Road (CR 694) and State Route 45 in Woolwich and South Harrison Townships. 
Work is scheduled to begin Monday, August 6, 2018, weather permitting. Construction is expected to take 60 days. The work shall include, but is not limited to, the variable depth milling of the existing road, the installation of 2” of HMA 12.5ME Surface Course, along with the use of leveling course to correct the cross slopes.  Base repairs to the road shall be performed as needed. Guiderail shall also be installed in several locations. All intersections with existing ADA ramps shall be improved to comply with current standards.  Existing storm drains shall be repaired or replaced as needed.  Concrete repairs shall be performed at Bridge 3-E-8 along with the installation of erosion control measures.  Any existing bicycle safe grates and NJDEP ECO compliant heads shall be utilized where possible.  All new bicycle safe grates and NJDEP ECO compliant heads shall also be supplied and utilized.  Existing drainage patterns will be maintained. New underdrain may be added in road reconstruction areas once the existing roadway has been removed and shall be tied into existing drainage structures.  All roadway markings shall be re-established and upgraded to current standards.  Some work will be performed with daytime road closures. Detours will be in place as needed. The work will occur between 7 am and 4 pm. The road will be fully open at the end of each work day. Other work will be performed under single lanes closures as need.  
 
The above projects scheduled are weather sensitive and dates may change due to rain / snow in the forecast.  For questions on the projects please contact the Engineering Department at 856-307-6600.


STATE PROJECT INFORMATION The New Jersey Department of Transportation current project along Route 295/42/I-76 Direct Connect Project in Bellmawr, Mt. Ephraim Boroughs and Gloucester City.  For questions please call Kimberly Nance, Community Relations Manager, Office of Community Relations (609) 530-2110.