The bridge may be closed temporarily.
If you travel the Route 33 bridge be sure to plan an alternate route for Sept 5. The New Jersey State Department of Transportation (DOT) will begin bridge maintenance work on the Route 33 bridge on Wednesday, Sept. 5. The bridge is located on Route 33 Business ramp spanning over the Route 33 highway in Manalapan. Construction will include deck patching, joint and crack repairs, header reconstruction, and an application of corrosion inhibitor, according to an announcement on the Manalapan Township website. While the construction work is underway the lane will be closed temporarily. If it rains on Sept. 5, the construction will be delayed.
Of 15 projects, eight are slated for Patch coverage areas at a cost of $25.8 million
Saturday, March 26, 2011
The state Department of Transportation (DOT) is paving the way for several road improvement projects in the area. A total of 15 capital projects, at a cost of $56 million, are slated for Monmouth County. Of those 15 projects, eight, costing roughly $25.8 million, are targeted to run through or in local Patch coverage areas of: Red Bank, Middletown, Eatontown, Holmdel and Freehold Township. The projects are being undertaken within a proposed $3.5 billion budget line item for DOT's Transportation Capital Program of 2012. The program represents the first year of a five-year Transportation Capital Plan that Gov. Chris Christie announced in January, as a measure "to put New Jersey on the path toward fiscal health by prioritizing projects, …