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Road  Repair Area Phase Approximate Project Date (for Phase)ParPa
Park Avenue Park Avenue (to near Nottingham Way)  Sanitary sewer replacement project   Click Here to Read Details 
Yardville-Allentown Road   Church Street to US Route 130 Overpass  Milling and Resurfacing 

On or about Monday, May 5, 2014, a Mercer County Government milling and resurfacing project will begin on Yardville-Allentown Road from Church Street to the US Route 130 Overpass.

 

Mercer County Government anticipates that this work will take approximately ten (10) working days, weather permitting. Work will occur approximately between 9 AM and 3:30 PM, weekdays only.

 

During this time, Yardville-Allentown Road will remain open to westbound traffic.  However, motorists traveling 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 Route 156 and then turn left onto Main Street.  Motorists traveling westbound on South Broad Street will be directed to turn left on NJ Route 156 and then right onto Church Street.  However, the section of South Broad Street between NJ Route 156 and Yardville-Allentown Road will remain open for local traffic.

 

Yardville-Allentown Road (including the road’s overpass of the NJ Turnpike and the road’s intersection with Crosswicks-Hamilton Square Road) Yardville-Allentown Road (including the road’s overpass of the NJ Turnpike and the road’s intersection with Crosswicks-Hamilton Square Road) Paving 

On or about Thursday evening, May 1st, a NJ Turnpike repaving project will begin on Yardville-Allentown Road (including the road’s overpass of the NJ Turnpike and the road’s intersection with Crosswicks-Hamilton Square Road), and also include the opening the current road closure of Uncle Pete’s Road (at Yardville-Allentown Road).  

The NJ Turnpike Authority anticipates that this project will be completed during two (2) working evenings, weather permitting. Paving is scheduled to take place overnight, from 7 PM to 6 AM (Thursday overnight and Friday overnight).  Residents and motorist may wish to avoid this area during the overnight construction period.    

The NJ Turnpike detour plan will utilize Hamilton Police officers, as well as detours with signage along Yardville-Allentown Road and Merrick Road (to provide for local access).  

Click Here to View a Map of the Project and Detour area

 

Quakerbridge Road and Youngs Road Intersection Widening Intersection and Ares Surrounding Intersection    

On or about Monday, April 21, 2014, a Mercer County Government project to the intersection of Quakerbridge Road and Youngs Road to create an additional lane for turns onto Youngs Road is scheduled to begin.  The project is expected to take 45 days.

 

The west side portion of Quakerbridge Road will be widened, with the road improvements extending approximately 500 feet south of the intersection and 800 feet north of the intersection. Mercer County Government officials will establish a detour during final paving.

Whitehead Road East State Street to the Railroad Bridge Deck     

On or about Wednesday, April 23, 2014, a Mercer County Government milling and resurfacing project will begin on Whitehead Road from East State Street to the Railroad Bridge Deck.  

Mercer County Government anticipates that this work will take approximately three (3) working days, weather permitting. Construction would take place approximately between 9 AM and 3:30 PM. (Wednesday-Friday). 

Construction will be completed in two stages.  The first stage will include milling from East State Street to the Railroad Bridge Deck, and the second will include the resurfacing of the recently milled area.   

Mercer County Staff will post signs prior to the start date advising upcoming road work.

Click Here to View Mercer County’s Detour Plan

Burke Road       Burke Road is currently closed to through-traffic until further notice due to road conditions, although local access to property owners/residents will be available.
Tattletown Road 

Bridge 

Bridge Replacement Construction Project 

Mercer County government project anticipated to continue for approximately six (6 months) from November of 2013.

Nottingham Way 

County Bridge  #6-140.13 (between N. Clinton Avenue and Johnston Avenue)

 

Mercer County Government project.  Please be advised that Nottingham Way between Siemans access driveway and N. Clinton Ave. Mercer County will post signs and other devices to effect the closure and will post a detour route accordingly.

Per Mercer County Government, the bridge construction will begin at the end of July 2014 and is expected to take from 135 to 250 days to complete, depending on the condition of the ground around the structure.