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Brighton Avenue Streetscape Project Delayed A Few Weeks

The following is a post from the Long Branch Police Department Facebook page concerning the Brighton Avenue streetscape project:

Construction on this project is scheduled to begin some time around the end of February or beginning of March. We will let you know as soon as we have a definitive start date.

Improvements will take place on Brighton Avenue from Ocean Avenue all the way to the train tracks.

This project includes the repair and replacement of:
- Concrete curbs, sidewalks and driveway aprons
- Storm drainage pipes
- Paver bricks and aprons on walkways
- New Planting beds
- Installation of traffic calming devices
- Underground utility services
- Manholes & inlets
- New street lights
- Traffic striping
- Other misc. work

City officials will contact homeowners and business owners who may be directly affected by the project.

The project will only take place in 1-2 block increments whenever possible. Attached is a photo of proposed work zone signage and detours for the first phase of the project which covers Brighton Avenue from Ocean Avenue to Second Avenue.

Westbound traffic on Brighton Avenue should remain open regardless of the side construction is taking place on. Eastbound traffic on Brighton Avenue from Ocean Boulevard will be detoured to Second Avenue then Cedar Avenue.

As the project progresses, we will keep you informed of any parking or traffic updates that arise.

All questions about the project should be directed to engineer Matt Shafai at 732-922-9229.

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