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History

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) initiated the design for restoration improvements along the Route 35 corridor more than a decade ago to address severe pavement distress and corridor-wide flooding related to drainage infrastructure, site characteristics and tidal influences. The proposed roadway improvements, including concrete curb, asphalt pavement, storm sewers, concrete driveway aprons, crosswalk striping and concrete sidewalks, extended from Milepost (MP) 0.0 at the entrance of Island Beach State Park to MP 12.5 at the border of Point Pleasant Beach. The first of three construction contracts was anticipated to start in 2013, with on-going construction through 2018. Public outreach was conducted with applicable public suggestions integrated into the design. As a result of corridor-wide damage resulting from Superstorm Sandy, Route 35 requires immediate attention, so the three construction contracts have been expedited.

pre superstorm sandy photo   after superstorm sandy photo
Before Superstorm Sandy,
this view is of Route 35 northbound.
 
After Superstorm Sandy, this
view is of Route 35 northbound
at Route 528 in Mantoloking.

 

 
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  Last Updated:  July 8, 2013