In an earlier post, we mentioned that road construction was going to begin in Downtown Toms River. This construction began on June 1st and you may see crews working, especially from 7 pm to 6 am, and with that road closures and detours in the Downtown district in Toms River.
Last summer, NO traffic! You had no idea what day of the week it was by looking at the Parkway. Since we are approaching Memorial Day, the unofficial start of summer season, I like to remind our neighbors that the great Garden State has a law on highways, KEEP RIGHT PASS LEFT.
Your need for speed will be best spent on a high school or college track, because if it's on the roads or you've got the phone to the ear while driving, you will now be more likely to get a ticket on Monmouth County roads.
A driver who felt the need for speed caught the eye of a Toms River Police Officer along Route 35 but it was the occupants of the vehicle tossing bricks of heroin out of the car window that really caught his attention.