ernston rd and bordentown rd contruct...

ernston rd and bordentown rd contruction ???

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peechu

Clifton, NJ

#1 Apr 28, 2012
the intersection at bordentown and ernston rd is a hell to cross through ..but after the construction i think it will be alot easier .anyone knows whats the planned date when this will be all done . i like the raceway gas .i hve bn gng to that station for years ..will they make the gas station again ? someone told me that they bought the house on the side and they will make new gas station their... is that true ? can any one tell me about the correct news ???
thx
be safe
ridiculous

New York, NY

#2 Apr 30, 2012
wtf
peechu

Newark, NJ

#3 May 1, 2012
wht was dat for ???
COMMUTER FROM EAST BRUNS

Spotswood, NJ

#4 May 3, 2012
SO WHATS THE UPDATE WITH IT ALL? DOES ANYONE KNOW? ON TIME? DELAYS? CAN WE GET A COMPLETION DATE?? WHERE CAN I FIND UPDATES? i HATE THAT INTERSECTION BUT THE DETOURS ARE WORSE!!!!
COMMUTER FROM EAST BRUNS

Spotswood, NJ

#5 May 3, 2012
ridiculous wrote:
wtf
/ NOT NECESSARY.
HasSomeIntellege nce

South Amboy, NJ

#6 May 6, 2012
This question hardly deserves an answer. It is pretty pathetic that a person using the most powerful tool known to man(the personal computer with internet) can't type in a simple Google search and come up with the answer. Don't you people read the paper? This is old news already.

I has been stated that the intersection will be closed for an estimated 45 days from 4/23 (I believe).

Are you capable of counting 45 days from that date?

It is my understanding that 45 days is an OVERESTIMATE according to the papers. I think the specific paper I read might be misinformed, but they said that the closure should be the only one and is only closed for utility relocation.

I'll end my rant with a quote from a very wise man which sums up the my thoughts of the majority of people on this forum.

“Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that.”~ George Carlin
Jeff

Blue Bell, PA

#7 May 11, 2012
It was reported that this initial construction we are enduring now will last for 45 days, I was also told by a friend that lives around the corner that there will be at least another two more times at later dates that they expect to close it again for additional work but for hopefully shorter periods of time when that happens. I was speaking to one of the attendants at the Raceway before it was closed and he also told me that they bought the house and would rebuild the station after construction. I only hope that once all this is done, they have the proper space and set-back to actually do that. With the widened road there was some question if that would be possible.
Joe

United States

#8 Jan 9, 2013
45 days huh? January 2013 - still not complete.
pathetic person

Old Bridge, NJ

#9 Jan 15, 2013
HasSomeIntellegence wrote:
This question hardly deserves an answer. It is pretty pathetic that a person using the most powerful tool known to man(the personal computer with internet) can't type in a simple Google search and come up with the answer. Don't you people read the paper? This is old news already.
I has been stated that the intersection will be closed for an estimated 45 days from 4/23 (I believe).
Are you capable of counting 45 days from that date?
It is my understanding that 45 days is an OVERESTIMATE according to the papers. I think the specific paper I read might be misinformed, but they said that the closure should be the only one and is only closed for utility relocation.
I'll end my rant with a quote from a very wise man which sums up the my thoughts of the majority of people on this forum.
“Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that.”~ George Carlin
so let me know how to use a computer to count 45 days. its been 9 months now you know it all. stop judging
WTF

South Amboy, NJ

#10 Jan 22, 2013
What the hell is going on there? I drive by there daily and usually only see 1 or 2 people on site working...sometimes not a single person.

In the condition the intersection sits, If they had a full crew there doing something constructive, they could have the intersection complete withing 2 weeks.

They've been dragging this project out for way to long...somebody light a fire under their asses to get them moving on it.

Also, just like during Sandy, we really haven't heard much from Sayreville's leadership. Somebody kick them in the rear so we can at least get some info...last update was in November when they said it would be open by the end of the year.
passavator

Brooklyn, NY

#11 Jan 28, 2013
It never was intended to be completed. The construction company needed a place to store their trucks and equipment while doing other jobs. If they removed those trucks, the intersection coud easily be opened. Just look over your shoulder as you pass by. The widening is done, the surface is done, the striping is done. All they need to do is REMOVE THOSE FRIGGING TRUCKS. Any work still need doing looks like it can be done with the intersection open.
passavator

Brooklyn, NY

#12 Feb 6, 2013
OOOOK. It's 2/6/2013. One of my latest posts was for the hole in the wall to be cleared of construction vehicles and let us thru. Tonight, returning from shopping, the vehicles were gone. The only barrier was one traffic cone, which I was very tempted to knock over with my van. Under the bridge was a person walking his dog. His dog can shit there but you are not allowed to drive thrue. There is absolutely no reason why this intersection cant be open to traffic tomorro 2/7/2013.I'd be very suprised if it didnt open tomorro. But, seeing what's gone on there so far, they probably want to vaccume the gravel and paint the grass.
while their at it why don't they pre graffity the dam thing.Wake up politicians of Sayreville, it's time to call it a job, and hope this contractor never gets a job in town again.
freeernston

Monroe Township, NJ

#13 Feb 16, 2013
I read the papers and the mayor"s posts orginally it was 45 days at the max two weeks at the least both of these deadlines have passed and still no road opening. When will the road ever open maybe we should have not returned this mayor to office and replacce him with one who responds to all the people not just the few or the one one's who are the topic of the minute this road affects all of the taxpayers (voters) by how it interfers with the emergency vehicles it delays the the police responce and so the fire and emts. We should at the least be kept informed of when the open is rescheduled and other importamt matters in the borough.
WTF

South Amboy, NJ

#14 Feb 16, 2013
Rumor is the lines below the road weren't buried to the proper depth or something and they all have to be redone.

Not sure if that info is accurate, but that's just what I've heard
passavator

Brooklyn, NY

#15 Feb 20, 2013
If these guys were to work a regular 8 hr. day, instead of dissapearing at 2:30 everyday progress might go forward. Maybe we need the Governor to step in. Bet he could get this job done in 24 Hrs. At least get those trucks out of there. The roadway is done, it's just work at the supports and some work on Bordentown Rd. that needs attention.I'm sure cars can go thru without being in the way. These people are just being bastards by not opening the dam thing. If you want, you can start writing your mayor. He only lives around the corner on Cori Street.
Saysenior

Sayreville, NJ

#16 Feb 20, 2013
Mayor does not live on Cori St
passavator

Brooklyn, NY

#17 Feb 20, 2013
Saysenior wrote:
Mayor does not live on Cori St


You are absolutely right.
Mayor O'Brian lives on Marcia Street
passavator

Brooklyn, NY

#18 Feb 20, 2013
Might as well correct his name too. " O'Brien"
passavator

Brooklyn, NY

#19 Feb 27, 2013
Four trucks, Eight guys standing around, no one actually working. A typical sight at Ernston and Bordentown Rd. Then POOF, it 2:30 their gone. If this and the fact that you havn't been able to use this intersection for close to a year now annoys you, it's time to start showing it. If every time you passed there and there are men standing there, HONK YOUR CAR HORN two or three times. This might annoy them into getting something done there, or at least let them know that we are not pleased with the lack of progress there.
A MAN

South River, NJ

#20 Feb 27, 2013
passavator wrote:
Four trucks, Eight guys standing around, no one actually working. A typical sight at Ernston and Bordentown Rd. Then POOF, it 2:30 their gone. If this and the fact that you havn't been able to use this intersection for close to a year now annoys you, it's time to start showing it. If every time you passed there and there are men standing there, HONK YOUR CAR HORN two or three times. This might annoy them into getting something done there, or at least let them know that we are not pleased with the lack of progress there.
oh the lack of info is the biggest issue

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