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Zeffy:

--- Quote from: NJRoadfan on October 28, 2013, 08:18:06 PM ---Another "stealth" NJDOT project. There is zip on their website about it. This project seems to be taking forever too, just the the dualization they did on 206 just north of that project 10 years ago.

In other news, NJDOT discovered YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/NJDeptTransportation

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I believe Somerset County had details on the 206 Bypass. I also believe that there was a list of NJDOT projects and the 206 bypass was advertised on it. Somewhere.

jeffandnicole:

--- Quote from: NJRoadfan on October 28, 2013, 08:18:06 PM ---Another "stealth" NJDOT project. There is zip on their website about it. This project seems to be taking forever too, just the the dualization they did on 206 just north of that project 10 years ago.

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It's there...it's just very old information due to the length of the project.  I wish NJDOT would keep their information more current...and promote and update their current projects a lot better than they do. 

http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/capital/stip1019/sec3/routes/rt206.pdf (Page 5)

http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/capital/stip1423/sec2/routes/rt206.pdf (Pages 12 & 13)

http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/business/procurement/ConstrServ/awards10.shtm (Awarded 6/10/10)

http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/business/procurement/ConstrServ/documents/BidTabs09182.pdf (Bid Tabulation, which shows the project should have been completed in August, 2012)

roadman65:
I have nothing to ad about the Hillsborough Bypass as it has been said already about its timing.

Being this is NJ, I think this would qualify as that instead of starting a new thread on this.

I was noticing that on the Palisades Interstate Parkway in Bergen County via GSV, I saw the ramp signs for both Exits 3 and 4 that connect with US 9W (or RT 9 W as the signs say) and they all seem to have typical NYSDOT type of signing with mileage numbers along with the directional control points.  Exit 3 for example has "G Washington Br. 9" and "Tappan Zee Br. 8" at the end of that ramp.  The only thing NJDOT is the US 9W shield on top of the sign with directional headers, but the rest is definetly NY.

Is that a new NJ thing or is it the fact the Parkway is maintained by its own agency that is influenced by New York?  I do see on ramp signage different in both states though, as NY uses the PIP shields while NJ uses green text signs.  In addition NY uses control cities for the road while NJ does not including mileage signs on the parkway itself in the Empire State and none in the Garden State.

NJRoadfan:
New NJDOT thing. All new ground mounted signs are mixed case to comply with the 2009 MUTCD requirements.

NE2:

--- Quote from: NJRoadfan on November 02, 2013, 01:57:01 PM ---New NJDOT thing. All new ground mounted signs are mixed case to comply with the 2009 MUTCD requirements.

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He was asking about the distances on the directional sign, not mixed case...

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