UPDATE: Monday, October 28, 2013, 7:15am - See all updates in red text.

Today Summit Ave will be closed from Oxbow Ln to Rte 24 for this final day of paving.

Project Owner: County of Union

Project Description: Road Resurfacing

Location: Summit Ave, Summit

Date: On Or About Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Duration: Approximately 9 days (excluding weekends)

Project Manager: Neglia Engineering, Tom Solfaro, (201) 939-8805

Contractor: Smith-Sondy, Wallington, NJ

Map courtesy of Google Maps,com


Please be advised that Summit Ave from Rt 24 to Morris Ave in Summit will be under construction. The date and duration of the project are referenced above.

The work being performed will consist of various road improvements, such as milling, paving, and striping of the road. Due to the nature of the work involved, the amount of men and machinery required, full road closure will be necessary within the area of work to optimize the safety of the work crews and motoring public alike. The road will be closed from approximately 6:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. each day weather permitting.

A clearly marked detour route will be established and maintained by County personnel. Emergency vehicles will be allowed through at all times. Access to residences, including deliveries and other services in the work zone will be allowed as much as possible.

The County recognizes the inconvenience that any road construction may cause, and apologizes for any difficulties encountered. The County shall make every effort to have the work completed as soon as possible.

Should you have any traffic questions, please call our Traffic Bureau at (908) 789-6011 during normal business hours. If any emergencies should arise, please call 911.

Regular updates for the various phases of construction and their impact on traffic will be posted if and when they become available. Bookmark this page to stay informed. Bookmark this page to stay informed.

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