There will be delays for drivers entering and leaving Stone Harbor as Cape May County will be making more repairs to the Great Channel Bridge for the second time this year.

A joint announcement by the Cape May County engineer and Stone Harbor states that starting Monday, October 16th, there will be a temporary traffic signal placed at both ends of the bridge.

Drivers traveling along County Route 619, also known as Ocean Drive, will be delayed as there will be an alternating traffic pattern for the next four weeks.

Photo from Google Maps
Photo from Google Maps

Unlike the complicated repairs being done to the Stone Harbor 96th Street Bridge, the work being done to the Great Channel Bridge is part of a series of necessary work being done on spans in the county.

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