County Set To Spend $33.5 Million To Upgrade Lakewood Roads, Including Cedarbridge And New Hampshire

Be prepared for a lot of upgrades to Lakewood roads in the coming years, as Ocean County is set to approve spending $33.5 million on various roadwork projects around town.

The county’s spending plan calls for:

  • $10.5 million to upgrade New Hampshire Avenue between Route 88 and Ridge Avenue, with an estimated completion time of 3 years;
  • $8 million to upgrade Cedarbridge Avenue from Route 88 to the Garden State Parkway, with an estimated completion time of 3 years;
  • $6 million to upgrade County Line Road between Heathwood and Ridge, with an estimated completion time of 4 years;
  • $3 million to upgrade the intersections of County Line Road and Kennedy Boulevard to mitigate congestion, with a completion time of 4 years; and
  • $6 million for upgrades to Cross Street
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  1. Completion times for these projects is 3 to 4 years! Who cares? Those who give a darn are those who have little faith that, as per R’ Chaim Kanievsky zt”l, we are (at long last) in the keitz m’golah. Future plans for any neighborhood improvement or construction in chutz l’Aretz are irrelevant and, in this era of ikvesa d’Meshicha, a waste of time and money. We’re leaving soon folks! Get ready!

  2. I think you got the numbers mixed up. There’s no way that New Hampshire between Ridge Ave and the 88 and only a half-mile long will cost 10.5 million dollars to upgrade.


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