County reopens South Clinton Avenue bridge
Officially known as Bridge No. 140.6 on South Clinton Avenue, the structure is located between Raoul Wallenberg and Greenwood avenues.
The bridge is a twin-barrel masonry arch structure. The rehabilitation included the construction of a reinforced concrete slab above the existing two-barrel stone masonry arch, and rehabilitation of the stone masonry spandrel walls, intrados and the concrete pier nose. The cross section at the bridge consists of two variable-width travel lanes, and two sidewalks, three-beam guide rail (bridge railing), concrete barrier, pedestrian railing and ornamental pedestrian railing. The superstructure consists of a reinforced concrete deck slab section.
Sparwick Contracting Inc. of Lafayette was the successful low bidder at $2,189,338. The contract was awarded May 24, 2018, and was funded through the New Jersey Department of Transportation Division of Local Aid funds.