Rockface To Radically Change, Plans Unveiled by NJDOT
Aesthetics are expected to change at Devil’s Tea Table in Hunterdon County, NJ as a result of NJDOT plans for rockfall mitigation to improve Rt. 29 roadway safety in Kingwood Twp.
Read several investigative stories about NJ rockfall projects:
- "More lawmakers push back on NJ spending millions to stop falling rocks on highways"
- "$28M rockfall mitigation project could improve traveler safety on Route 29, DOT says"
- "One NJ mayor had no clue a DOT rockfall project was coming to his township. He wasn't alone"
- "How one firm cashed in $7M in consulting fees for a DOT rockfall project still being planned"
- "NJ DOT spends millions to stop falling rocks on highways. But how often does that happen?"
- "Pa. and NJ leaders, including Congressman Tom Kean, listen to concerns about I-80/Route 611 on bus tour"
- "Hunterdon County Commissioners encourage NJDOT to explore alternative to proposed rockfall mitigation plan"
View the project proposal here, (Elevation Sketches and Photos: Pages 36-47), and here.
See our public information letter here.
Video of Devil’s Tea Table Landscape, Courtesy of Robert Smith Jr.