A section of Normandy Road in Middletown, between Oak Hill and Nut Swamp Roads, will be closed for paving work on Thursday, August 30 and Friday, August 31. Navy traffic traveling between the Station inland and waterfront areas will be diverted to local roads during the closure.
No significant impact to local traffic is expected due to this temporary closure.
JF Kiely will begin installation of a high-pressure gas main beginning Monday, August 27 on Laurel Avenue between Holland Road and Highway 35.
The roadway will be closed from 7ma.m. until 5 p.m. Closure is expected to be for a 3-4 week period dependent on weather and other factors.
Residents living off of Laurel Avenue will have access to their neighborhoods but all other traffic will be re-routed.
Portions of Route 36 will be closed between 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday as Stavola Contracting Co. mills and paves Route 36.
Areas to be resurfaced include:
• Northbound from east of Miller Street in Highlands (milepost 11.8) through Atlantic Highlands and Middletown to the vicinity of Union Avenue in Hazlet/Union Beach (milepost 22.15).
• Southbound from Naval Weapons Station Earle (milepost 17) in Middletown to east of Miller Street in Highlands (milepost 11.8).
Work requiring single-lane closures will be performed during overnight and off-peak hours in order to minimize traffic impacts on Route 36, according to a New Jersey Department of Transportation press release.
Paving work on entrance and exit ramps will require periodic local detours.
Access to all businesses and residences along the state highway will be maintained throughout construction, according to the release.