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Repairs scheduled for Linwood Ave & Van Emburgh Bridges at Route 17

In DOT, Linwood Ave, Route 17, Van Emburgh Ave on March 5, 2009 at 1:45 pm

FROM THE NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

28 Day Notice:

Work: Pre-Stage 1 – Install temporary shielding, remove existing median Island and curbs from Linwood Avenue and replace with temporary pavement.

Location: Linwood Ave. over Route 17 & Van Emburgh Ave. / Route 17 MP

16.53 to 16.56

Municipality/County: Ridgewood Village / Bergen County

Impacts: Temporary nighttime lane closures on Route 17 SB & NB during allowable hours.

The accel/decal lanes on Linwood Avenue will be closed with traffic shifted to the outside of the roadway maintaining one lane in each direction. This pattern is anticipated to remain in place for two weeks.

Ramp G, Route 17 NB & Van Emburgh Ave. SB to Linwood Avenue WB will be closed and detoured. This ramp closure will remain for the duration of the deck replacement.

Detours: Route 17 NB to Ramp G detour – Continue on Route 17 NB and take the next exit and turn left onto East Glen Avenue, then turn left onto East Saddle River Road and continuing to the intersection with Linwood Avenue.

Van Emburgh Ave. SB to Ramp G detour – At the intersection of Van Emburgh Avenue and East Glen Avenue, traffic will be directed WB on East Glen Avenue, turning left onto East Saddle River Road and continuing to the intersection with Linwood Avenue.

Project Info: This project will replace the bridge decks at Linwood

Avenue over Route 17 and Linwood Avenue over Van Emburgh Avenue including abutment repairs and approach work at both locations.

Substantial Completion is anticipated October 30, 2009 with Final Completion on December 29, 2009.

Start Date: Friday night, March 20, 2009

Questions: Debbie Hirt at 609/530-4897

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