Number of Roads, Bridges Closed by County

They were closed as of 3 p.m. Monday.

A total of about 27 roads have been closed by Somerset County throughout many townships, including Bernardsville, Bridgewater and Warren.

These county-owned roads and bridges were all closed as of 3 p.m. Monday., according to information released by the county.


  • Liberty Corner Road, between Route 202 and Somerville Road


  • Lyons Road from the mall to Mt. Airy Road
  • Mt. Airy Road between West Oak Street and Dayton Street
  • South Finley Avenue near Collier Lane and Louis Street
  • South Maple Avenue near Collier Lane and Lord Stirling Road
  • Finley Avenue between Cross Road and Lake Road
  • North Finley Avenue between Allen Street and Dayton Street
  • King George Road from Route 78 to Valley Road


  • Mt. Horeb Road at Tower Road
  • Morning Glory Road, between Middlebrook Road in Bridgewater and Top of the World Way in Warren


  • Elizabeth Avenue, between Hall Street and Edgewood Terrace

Green Brook

  • Warrenville Road at Greenbrook Road, to the Middlesex County border
  • Greenbrook Road at Lawrence Avenue and Clinton
  • Greenbrook Road from Sebrings Mills Road to Mountain Parkway
  • Greenbrook Road from West End to Crosson Road
  • North Washington Avenue from Route 22 to Rock Road West
  • Warrenville Road from Route 22 to Rock Road West


  • South Branch River Road, between Beekman Lane and Studdiford Drive
  • County Road 650 Old Amwell Road between County Road 514 Amwell Road and Amsterdam Drive


  • Dukes Parkway East, from 2nd Street to 13th Street

North Plainfield

  • West End Avenue closed from Crosson to Green Brook Road
  • West End Avenue from Greenbrook Road to the county line


  • Portions of Mt. Bethel Road
  • Mt. Bethel Road between King George and Mt. Horeb Road
  • Stirling Road between Route 78 and Mountain Avenue


  • Hillcrest Road at Ridge Road only allowing north up hill
  • Valley Road from the Circle to Bonnie Burn Road
Ptiger November 06, 2012 at 12:51 AM
Could someone please find out why Somerville Road between Mountain Road and Allen Road is not listed as being closed! I live on Somerville Road and I could not get thru today, because of down power lines by Parkwood Lane! Am I to believe that it is safe to drive over these downed wires! And why have there not been any power trucks in this area since Saturday when 5 drove out of Mountain Road and went down Somerville Road, not stopping to make any repairs! Please someone tell me!
Ang November 06, 2012 at 01:52 AM
I have the same question about Rock Road West in Green Brook near the corner of Top Ave. There is a pole leaning from one side to the other and a whole bunch of wires handing down across the road. Nice cones on one side of the road, but what makes this okay and not other roads with the same amount of wires (and no pole leaning over) all over the place?
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Ang November 07, 2012 at 02:39 AM
valley road from circle to bonnie burn now open (tuesday)
Rachel L. Petrone November 07, 2012 at 03:31 PM
When will Vosseller Ave., a snow emergency route, be opened? And will Martinsville ever get power back? Those of us without generators are slowly turning to popcycles!


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