Marine traffic will be able to exit Monmouth County waterways during brief intervals starting Friday.
A county release said a limited schedule is necessary for the following bridges until power is fully restored:
- The Oceanic Bridge between Rumson and Middletown, which can be opened with 48 hours advance notice for a maximum period of 30 minutes.
- The Shark River Bridge between Avon and Belmar will be open on demand by the bridge operator, although openings may be limited until power is restored.
- The Glimmer Glass Bridge between Brielle and Manasquan, which can be opened with 48 hours advance notice for a maximum period of 30 minutes.
- The Sea Bright-Rumson Bridge can be opened with 48 hours advance notice for a maximum period of 30 minutes.
To make arrangements to have the Oceanic, Shark River and/or Sea Bright-Rumson bridges opened, call Jon Moren at 732-431-7760.
“There are many residents who are understandably concerned about moving their boats in and out of our marinas however, our primary responsibility remains the safety of the general public and assisting the towns with cleanup and recovery efforts,” said Freeholder Deputy Director Thomas A. Arnone, liaison to the County’s Department of Public Works and Engineering. “We are also working closely with the Coast Guard and local police departments to ensure that mariners are able to safely and responsibly retrieve their boats.”