Hamilton Township

Yardville-Allentown Road (County Route 524)

On or about Monday, May 5, 2014, milling and resurfacing work will begin on Yardville-Allentown Road from Church Street to the US Route 130 Overpass. Mercer County anticipates that this work will take approximately ten (10) working days, weather permitting.  Work will occur from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., weekdays only. 

During this time, Yardville-Allentown Road will remain open to westbound traffic.  However, motorists travelling eastbound on Yardville-Allentown Road will be directed to turn right onto South Broad Street at the Five Points (Yardville) intersection, continue straight at the intersection of NJ 156 and then turn left onto Main Street.  Motorists travelling westbound on South Broad Street will be directed to turn left on NJ 156 and then right onto Church Street.  However, the section of South Broad Street between NJ 156 and Yardville-Allentown Road will remain open for local traffic.

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Hopewell Township

Bear Tavern Road

On or about Monday, April 7, 2014, milling and resurfacing work will begin on Bear Tavern Road from Pleasant Valley-Harbourton Road to Pennington-Harbourton Road.  Mercer County anticipates that this work will take approximately ten (10) working days, weather permitting. During construction, this section of Bear Tavern Road will be closed to through traffic from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., weekdays only.  However, emergency access and access for businesses and residents within the work area would be permitted during this time.  Motorists traveling northbound will be directed to travel Bear Tavern Road (at Pennington-Harbourton Road), left onto Pleasant Valley Road, right onto Pleasant Valley-Harbourton Road to Bear Tavern Road.  Southbound Bear Tavern Road traffic will follow the same route conversely.

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East Windsor

Bridge No. 860.1, Millstone Road over the Millstone River

Mercer County together with Middlesex County is moving forward with the plans to replace Bridge No. 860.1, which carries Millstone Road over the Millstone River. The contract was awarded to Marbro Construction on September 12, 2013. The project is anticipated to start December 9, 2013, with an anticipated completion time of approximately six (6) months, weather permitting.

During this time, Millstone Road at the bridge would need to be completely closed and it will be necessary to detour traffic. Motorists will be directed to use Old Trenton Road, Southfield Drive/Nostrand Drive and Cranbury Neck Road. Millstone Road/John White Road will be open to local traffic up to the construction site. Project notification signs will be installed in the vicinity of the construction one (1) week prior to commencement of construction.

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