TRAFFIC MAP: Live Updates on Route 36

Check our map for real-time conditions on local roadways

A beautiful, long weekend is ahead, and surely residents from throughout the Garden State will be anxious to enjoy the official "last" weekend of summer.

Check out our map above to see how local roadways are affected by beach traffic. And let us know what you're seeing: send us your photos and let us know in the comments!

Steve August 17, 2012 at 05:41 PM
I am not an engineer, but there is a thing called common sense. You cannot build all of Pier Village, and all the Condo's, and apartments, the Beach, the Racetrack and expext all the cars to only travel on a two lane and then on Joline a one lane to the Ocean. It should be three lanes from the racetrack to the Parkway heading West. They should not have stopped the three lanes on Route 36 East by the Hess station. It should have continued all the way to the racetrack. You have State engineers who do not live around here, so they have no clue about our traffic situation. And it will not get better, only worse.
Christine swinton August 18, 2012 at 11:57 AM
They should have just done an overpass at 35 & 36. What they did, did not help the traffic! Take a hint from Californias roads!
Peter Koenig August 24, 2012 at 03:38 PM
The old Eatontown Circle - am I dating myself? - was a mess. Not sure how many times it's been changed since then, but I hope that (a) this is the last time for a good long time and (b) this finally works. And yes, I agree that Rt 36 should have been widened further east.
Steve August 24, 2012 at 05:14 PM
As long as we are talking about Route 36, what would it take to get the section from the Dunkin Donuts past the DMV heading West to the car agencies to be repaved, and let them also include the U turn circle by the DMv. It is the worst. Yet the State found money to repave the road from Monmouth Park to the Ocean on Route 36 in both directions, Hmmm!!


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