Parts Of Route 9 And 195 Included In $2 Billion Improvement Project

roadworkMore than $2 billion is being spent this year to repave highways, replace bridges, add new lanes and make other improvements on roads across the state, according to a report. Included in those improvements are parts of Route 9 and the 195. The Route 9 bridge deck over Route 70 in Toms River will use pre-case concrete to help improve conditions. NJDOT will also resurface the bridges approaching Route 9 in both directions. The project will cost $1.8 million and is scheduled for completion in November 2010.

Route 195 will be resurfaced as a part of a $9.2 million fedearlly-funded project. Construction will mainly take place at night, with minimal daytime closures. No weekend lane closures are planned during the summer, and the project will be complete in late fall. Star Ledger.

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  1. They don’t intend to “widen” Rt 9, only make it feel more cramped putting ing a fifth turn lane which means the other 4 lanes will be narrower!! How’s that for feeling congested!

  2. and that plan is only for the section in lakewood that already has two lanes in each direction. the section that only has one lane in each direction is not part of the widening plan, and most likely will never be widened.

  3. Could osmeone please tell me what we can do to get the message to our elected officials how important to us the issue of widening route 9 is??????????

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