The new Route 35 bridge has re-opened two-way traffic, but state officials say work on the project \u2014 and periodic alternating one-way traffic \u2014 will continue as the contractor tears down the \u201ctemporary bridge\u201d that was created to serve a second lane of traffic during the months that work closed first one and then the other lane on the old bridge. But, the bridge is carrying traffic. Some work will continue. \u201cBeam rail, pavement markings and plug joints next week,\u201d John Dunham of the state Department of Transportation told The Press in an e-mail this weekend. \u201cAfter that the contractor will work through the winter months to demolish the temporary road and bridge. This will require some alternating one-way traffic.\u201d The Ridgefield Police said Friday that alternating one-way traffic was expected Monday , Nov. 20, from 8:30 to 5:30 and Tuesday, Nov. 21, from 8:30 to 6:30. Landscaping and clean up is expected to be finished in the spring.