IMPORTANT TRAFFIC NOTICE UPDATE – Quakerbridge Rd

A gas-leak issue in the area of Quakerbridge Rd has resulted in a road CLOSURE and detours until further notice.

Repair efforts will continue well into this evening (Wednesday, November 14, 2018) and motorists should attempt to avoid this area if possible.

Traffic is currently being detoured in the following manner:

Quakerbridge Rd South Bound Traffic:  Vehicles Taking Nami Ln to Thomas J Rhodes Dr to Quakerbridge Plaza Dr back to Quakerbridge Rd
 
Quakerbridge Rd North Bound Traffic: Vehicles Taking Flock Rd to Edinburg Rd to Hughes Dr. (and eventually back to Quakerbridge Rd) 

PSE&G continues to be on site and responding to this issue.

Further updates will be posted when available.

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11/8/2016 - TRAFFIC NOTICE - Utility Work Surrounding Whitehorse Circle (South Broad Street/State Route 206/Whitehorse Ave) to Begin This Week

 

TRAFFIC NOTICE - Utility Work Surrounding Whitehorse Circle (South Broad Street/State Route 206/Whitehorse Ave) to Begin This Week 

On or about Wednesday, November 9, 2016, necessary utility relocation work in preparation for the State of New Jersey project to replace Whitehorse Circle is scheduled to begin.

This necessary utility relocation work will take place along South Broad Street/State Route 206 in the vicinity of Whitehorse Avenue and Mapleshade Avenue in Hamilton Township.  This work is likely to continue throughout the remainder of this year.

Due to this project, there will be both lane and shoulder closures taking place in this area.  Although this area will still be open to traffic, motorists may wish to consider alternative routes in order to avoid traffic delays while this utility relocation work takes place.

Although this is a State of New Jersey project, Hamilton Township will attempt to share notices and information whenever possible for the benefit of residents and motorists traveling through our community.