UPCOMING COUNTY ROADWAY / BRIDGE PROJECTS
Resurfacing and Safety Improvements to Hurffville Grenloch Road (CR 635) between Hurffville Cross Keys Road (CR 654) and Egg Harbor Road (CR 630) in the Township of Washington in Gloucester County.
The County of Gloucester has contracted R.E. Pierson for work on Hurffville-Grenloch Road (CR 635) between Hurffville Cross Keys Road (CR 654) and Egg Harbor Road (CR 630). Work shall include milling of the existing road, the installation of 2” asphalt Surface Course, and some road reconstruction as needed. Two super-elevated sections of the road shall be reconstructed with base paving and/or leveling course as needed. Guiderail shall be replaced. All intersections with existing ADA handicap ramps shall be improved to comply with current standards. Existing storm drains shall be replaced and/or reconstructed. Work is anticipated to begin on or about July 15 and will be completed in 60 days, weather permitting.
In addition, 3 smaller road sections also in Washington Township shall be milled, paved and completed within a few working days of starting on or about July 1:
Hurffville-Crosskeys Road at Greentree Road
Hurffville Grenloch Road - from Mackenzie Court to Hurffville Road
Egg Harbor Rd at Hurffville-Cross Keys Road
Residents and business will have access to their properties during construction.
Reconstruction of North Main Street (CR 654) between Glassboro – Williamstown Road (US Route 322) to Lake Avenue in the Township of Monroe, Gloucester County.
The County of Gloucester has contracted South State for work on North Main Street (CR 654) between US Route 322 and Lake Avenue. Work shall include, but not be limited to, the removal of the pavement to subgrade, which includes the removal of the asphalt overlays and the concrete pavement, the installation of 6” of stone, 4” of asphalt Base Course and 2” of asphalt Surface Course. All intersections with existing ADA handicap ramps shall be improved to comply with current standards. Existing storm drains shall be replaced and/or reconstructed. Work will be completed with a full detour in place within the active work zone. Residents will have access to their property at all times. Work is anticipated to begin on or about July 8 and will be completed in 90 days , weather permitting.
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.