Each span of the bridge carries two lanes of one-directional traffic of a divided state road over a meandering river in a mixed-use area that includes a range of buildings types and uses from a mid-19th-century school converted to a restaurant to modern service stations. Opposing traffic is carried over the same feature on a post-1946 bridge. Due to the bridge’s age, excessive usage and state of decay, the NJ DOT has decided to replace the existing structures.
Robinson Aerial Surveys, Inc. (RAS) served as a prime consultant to the NJ DOT for the Preliminary and final design phase survey and mapping to support the bridge replacement project. RAS was responsible for obtaining LAMP aerial photography, ground control, aerial triangulation, supplemental field survey, ROW survey including IPM and GPPM preparation, wetland survey, detailed track surveys of the co-located rail crossing along with developing topographic mapping with contours.