As expected, traffic on newly reopened Seven Bridges Road in Little Silver is in for more disruption, but this time only at night.
This just in from the Borough of Little Silver:
Monmouth County will be repaving the entire length of Seven Bridges Road, starting Tuesday May 7th – Tuesday May 14th.
Work will be done overnight and is expected to last 5 nights (no work will be scheduled for Friday Sunday nights). Should it rain any night this week, the contractor will make up that night on Friday.
The closure of Seven Bridges Road in Little Silver, which began last July, is nearing its end as Monmouth County wraps up a bridge-replacement project just north of Point Road.
Mayor Bob Neff reported recently that the county has assured town officials that the contractor on the job is working weekends in order to meet the targeted April 15 reopening date. (Click to enlarge)
Three months into the rebuilding of a bridge on Seven Bridges Road in Little Silver, a sturdy footbridge has been installed. Previously, pedestrians and bikers, including students at Point Road School, were forced to use a cordoned-off shoulder of the bridge under reconstruction.
The $2.7 million replacement of the timber bridge over Little Silver Creek was anticipated to take six months or more when the Monmouth County engineer launched the project in July. (Click to enlarge)
The road will be closed daily from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Rumson Road to Little Silver Point Road, though vehicles will be permitted to travel south along that stretch until 8:15 a.m., according to borough police. (Click to enlarge)