NJ Route 23 Resurfacing
Location: Essex and Passaic Counties, New Jersey
Client/Owner: NJDOT Division of Project Management
Phase: Final Design
Status: Final Design Completed
KMA was retained by the NJDOT to conduct Limited Scope Final Design phase services for the NJ Route 23 Resurfacing Project located in Verona and Cedar Grove Townships, Essex County, and Little Falls and Wayne Townships, Passaic County, New Jersey. The project corridor encompassed Rt. 23 from Bloomfield Avenue to the bridge over the NJ Transit rail line (MP 0.00 to 4.90). The purpose of this assignment was to rehabilitate the pavement surface to improve the service life of the roadway.
Per the recommended alternatives provided in the Concept Development Phase, KMA’s Final Design responsibilities included implementation of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) access compliance at fifty-six intersections, the upgrade of sixteen signalized intersections, subsurface utilities investigations, stormwater management, roadside safety (guide rails), and the development of a pavement signing and striping plan in coordination with the signal plans per NJDOR Statues Title 39, Standard Highway Signs, and the MUTCD, 2009 Edition. KMA also prepared and submitted a Plans, Specifications and Estimate (PS&E) package to NJDOT per their Quality Management Guidelines.