Project Update Notice – CR 614 (Paulinskill Lake Road) Slope Restoration

Anticipated Schedule for Restoration
Sussex County Division of Engineering  Project Update Notice: CR 614 Slope Restoration Fredon
Project:
Slope Restoration of CR 614 at MM 0.63
Facility:
County Route 614 (a.k.a. Paulinskill Lake Road)
Advisory:
Due to the failure of the roadway embankment along the eastbound shoulder of CR-614 (a.k.a. Paulinskill Lake Road) at MM 0.63, the eastbound travel lane is closed to traffic. Traffic flow through the area is being controlled utilizing temporary traffic signals to maintain a two-way, single-lane work zone until the slope restoration work is completed.
CR 614 (Looking WB) – Geotechnical Investigation
Actions Taken:
 May 31, 2019: Closure of CR-614 Eastbound and Deployment of Temporary Traffic Signals - Complete
 June 12, 2019: Authorization to repair the failed slope in an expedited manner granted by the Sussex County Board of Chosen Freeholders - Complete
 July 2019: Survey work and Geotechnical Investigation - Complete
 August 2019: Preliminary design and engineering study - Complete
 September/October 2019: Final design work and NJDEP permit application preparation and submission - Complete
 October 8, 2019: Quote solicitation for slope restoration work out to contractors - Complete
 
CR 614 – Eastbound Roadway Embankment Failure
Anticipated Schedule:
The Anticipated Schedule is as Follows:
• October 2019: Secure a contractor to complete the slope restoration work
• October 2019: Receive NJDEP approval for proposed slope restoration work
• November 2019: Commence the slope restoration work
• December 2019/January 2020: Re-Open CR 614 to Two-Way, Unrestricted Traffic
 
Contact Information:
For more information about this project please feel free to contact Josh Roe of the Sussex County Division of Engineering at 973-579-0430 or [email protected]
CR-614 (Looking WB) – Portable Signals in Place