MADISON, NJ - Town Council member Carmela Vitale, shared input from Town Engineer Bob Vogel at Monday evening's town council meeting with an update of the town’s road reconstruction projects. Several of these projects were impacted by work by PSE&G and included road reconstruction, milling and paving.
The Town designated $1,800,000 for this work.
Sidewalks on Central Avenue from Ridgedale Avenue to Fairview Avenue were constructed to address resident concerns.
Crestwood Drive was one of the six streets that were part of our 2018 Road Reconstruction, which did include new mill and overlay at the end of the project.
PSE&G has completed the gas main upgrades on Main Street, and the milling and paving was completed in early summer. As well the PSE&G work on Elmer Street has been completed, and is currently not holding up any needed drainage work, as the sewer improvement project on Elmer Street has been completed. Elmer will be milled and paved in the coming weeks.
Keep Street and Winding Way have been milled and paved. There was no drainage work was required on either road.
Pomeroy Road was one of the ten roads that received crack sealing. According to Vitale, the crack seal projects totaled 13,600 feet (2.6 miles).
Mayor Robert H. Conley opined that “maybe for the first time in my memory roads will be in good or excellent condition.” He praised the “impressive work by the engineering team.”