Parkway bridge hit by backhoe to cost $4 million to repair

The price tag will reach at least $4 million to repair a Garden State Parkway bridge in Middletown that was struck by a piece of construction equipment, temporarily closing a lane to traffic earlier this month.

New Jersey Turnpike Authority Commissioners approved a $3 million contract on Tuesday with the George Harms Construction Company for emergency and permanent repairs. Commissioners also approved a $1 million contract with two firms to perform engineering work for the bridge repairs.

The accident happened after a back-hoe that was being transported on a trailer on Middletown-Lincroft Road hit the underside of bridge on …read more

Source: NJ.com Monmouth

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