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Construction Projects in Somerset County

Update: June 26, 2017

The purpose of this page is to provide information on current construction projects involving Somerset County roads, bridges, traffic signals, and major parks projects.  The page is updated when there is a change to the status of a project.

More detailed information about each individual project can be found in the side menu of this page or by clicking on each individual project name below.

Information regarding projects that are currently under design can be found on the side menu of this page or on the Projects Under Design page.

County Construction Projects

    Other Construction Work (e.g. utility work)

    • Bernards Township: South Finley Avenue (CR 640) between Stonehouse Road (CR 613) and Cross Road (NJ TRANSIT project):  NJ TRANSIT bridge on the Gladstone Branch MP 31.69 over South Finley Avenue (CR 640). Construction will begin on or about May 3rd.  Concrete repairs on the substructure of the subject bridge will impact traffic on South Finley Avenue, necessitating a narrowing and shifting of roadway traffic lanes underneath.  The project is expected to last approximately 2 months.

    •  Edgewood Terrace, South Bound Brook: New gas main installation between Canal Road and Main Street. Working hours are 9:00am to 4:00pm. (Posted 4/6/17)

    •  Green Brook Road, North Plainfield: Water main cleaning and lining project between West End Avenue and Rock Avenue. Working hours are 9:00am to 4:00pm. Project expected to last approximately 2 months. (Posted 4/6/17)

    • Franklin Township: County Route 518 Bridge Replacement over Delaware and Raritan Canal (NJDOT Project):  5-5-2017 Status Update: The new bridge over the D&R Canal on Route 518 is in place and open for travel. Motorists can use Route 518 between Franklin Township and Rocky Hill. There may be work crews in the area over the next several weeks however the roadway is expected to remain open.

    Information about state transportation projects:

    Information about municipal transportation projects:

     For additional information on current construction projects affecting county roads, contact the Engineering Division.

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