The Hazlet Police Department announced this morning that Route 35 southbound between Bethany Road and Miller Ave will be down to one lane from 9 am till 4 pm due to road construction.
Bethany Road and Route 35 is the intersection where the K-Mart/Pathmark shopping center is located. Miller Ave is just north of Loews.
Traffic could be backed up to the Garden State Parkway if there are a lot of drivers on the road today.
Posted: July 19th, 2018 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Hazlet, Monmouth County Life | Tags: Hazlet, Monmouth County News, Route 35, Traffic | Comments Off on Expect delays on Route 35 South in Hazlet today
Route 35 in Middletown between Applefarm Road and Woodland Dr will have lane closures for 6-8 hours today due to a water main break, according to an announcement from the Middletown Police Department.
The Applefarm development is without water.
New Jersey American Water Company is expected to restore water service to the area residents within two hours, but the day appears to be shot for businesses on the highway.
Drivers are advised to avoid the area. Call the Middletown PD Traffic Division, 732-615-2045 with any concerns.
Posted: May 22nd, 2018 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Middletown, Monmouth County News | Tags: Applefarm Road, Middletown, Middletown water main break, New Jersey American Water Company, Route 35, Woodland Dr | Comments Off on Traffic nightmare in Middletown today
12.5-Mile Stretch of Highway from Point Pleasant Beach to Berkeley Will Undergo Accelerated $200 Million Transformation
Trenton, NJ – Taking action to repair and restore the Jersey shore’s transportation system, Governor Chris Christie today announced an aggressive schedule to completely rebuild a 12.5-mile storm-damaged stretch of Route 35 along the Barnegat Peninsula in Ocean County. The highway, which serves as the primary north-south route along the Jersey Shore peninsula from Point Pleasant Beach to the entrance of Island Beach State Park, sustained severe damage during Superstorm Sandy and requires immediate attention so that residents and visitors can resume normal travel in Ocean County. The reconstruction project will rebuild this span of Route 35 in a stronger, more resilient manner, while also providing better drainage, a smoother driving surface, improved accommodations for pedestrians and bicyclists, and more economical repair and upkeep costs.
“The destruction wrought by Sandy is evident almost everywhere you look up and down Route 35, from Point Pleasant Beach to the entrance of Island Beach State Park. In the days after the storm, our transportation professionals did truly remarkable work along the entire highway, removing thousands of truckloads of debris and sand to make way for emergency responders, contractors and homeowners. As we have marked the rebuilding of our homes and businesses throughout the state, we now look forward to rebuilding Route 35 stronger and better,” said Governor Christie.“Today, we’re announcing an investment of more than $200 million in federal highway funds to rebuild this stretch of Route 35. This commitment demonstrates the determination we have to rebuild after epic devastation and heartbreaking losses as residents, businesses and this Administration work together to restore the Shore in ways that will help us all stand stronger.”
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Posted: February 19th, 2013 | Author: admin | Filed under: Chris Christie, Christie Administration, Hurricane Sandy, Press Release | Tags: Hurricane Sandy, Press Release, Route 35, Superstorm Sandy | 3 Comments »