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
Slope Restoration of CR 614 at MM 0.63
County Route 614 (a.k.a. Paulinskill Lake Road)
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