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Milling and Resurfacing Projects                

Robbinsville-Allentown Road (CR 526), Robbinsville Township

Due to deteriorated pavement surface conditions, Robbinsville-Allentown Road (CR 526), between Lilac Terrace and Hunt Drive is scheduled for milling and resurfacing.  Work would commence on or about Wednesday, July 1, 2020 with an anticipated completion time of approximately three (3) weeks, weather permitting.

During construction, Robbinsville-Allentown Road would be closed to through traffic from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. During this time, motorists would be directed to use West Manor Way, Gordon Road, Sharon Road and the connector road between Sharon Road and the Robbinsville Bypass (CR 526).  However, access would be permitted for local residents, municipal and emergency vehicles.   Normal traffic patterns would resume all other times.

Cranbury Road (CR 615), West Windsor Township

Due to deteriorated pavement surface conditions, Cranbury Road (CR 615), between Clarksville Road and Rabbit Hill Road is scheduled for milling and resurfacing.  Work would commence on or about Wednesday, June 24, 2020 with an anticipated completion time of approximately two (2) weeks, weather permitting.

During construction Cranbury Road would be closed to through traffic from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Motorists would be directed to use Clarksville Road, Princeton-Hightstown Road and Rabbit Hill Road.  However, access would be permitted for local residents, municipal and emergency vehicles. Normal traffic patterns would resume all other times.

Old Trenton Road (CR 535), Robbinsville/West Windsor Townships 

Due to deteriorated pavement surface conditions, Old Trenton Road (CR 535), between South Post Road and Robbinsville-Edinburg Road is scheduled for milling and resurfacing.  Work would commence on or about  Monday, June 15, 2020 with an anticipated completion time of approximately two (2) weeks, weather permitting

During construction, Old Trenton Road would be closed to through traffic from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Motorists would be directed to use Cubberley Road, Line Road and Robbinsville Edinburg Road. However, local access would be permitted for residents.  Normal traffic conditions would resume all other times.

Bridge Replacement Projects

Pennington-Harbourton Road over Jacobs Creek (MC# 214.13 & 214.14), Hopewell Township 

Please be advised that on or about Monday, July 6, 2020, Pennington-Harbourton Road will be closed for bridge repairs to Mercer County Structure Nos. 214.13 and 214.14, which are located on Pennington-Harbourton Road between Hallett Drive and Jacobs Creek in Hopewell Township.  Construction will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday and will be completed using in-house personnel.  Mercer County anticipates construction will take approximately sixty (60) calendar days to complete, weather permitting.

Repairs would be completed to one structure at a time.  During this time, Pennington-Harbourton Road would be closed to through traffic on a 24/7 basis but accessible to local residents up to the structure where repairs are being made.  A detour will be posted directing motorists to use Bear Tavern Road, Pennington-Titusville Road and Scotch Road.

Woosamonsa Road over a Tributary to Baldin's Creek (MC#236.4), Hopewell Township 

Please be advised that on or about May 14, 2020, a bridge replacement will commence on Mercer County Structure No. 236.4, which is located on Woosamonsa Road between Burd Road and NJ State Route 31 in Hopewell Township.  Construction will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday and will be completed using in-house personnel.  Mercer County anticipates construction will take approximately sixty (60) calendar days to complete, weather permitting.

During this time, Woosamonsa Road up to the bridge will be open to local residents.  However, the bridge will be fully closed to all traffic on a 24/7 basis.  A detour will be posted directing motorists to use Burd Road, Pennington-Harbourton Road (CR 623) and NJ State Route 31.

Church Street (CR 609) over Doctors Creek (MC#672.2), Hamilton Township 

On or about Wednesday, March 18, 2020, a bridge replacement project will commence on Mercer County Structure No. 672.2, which carries Church Street (CR 609) over Doctors Creek in Hamilton Township.  The structure is located between NJ Route 156 and Main Street in Groveville.  While the overall project is to be completed in 210 calendar days, weather permitting, the allowable duration of the road closure is 180 calendar days.

During construction, the bridge will be closed to all traffic on a 24/7 basis.  The contractor, Marbro, Inc. will install advance notification signs prior to the start date advising motorists of the upcoming road closure.  A detour will be posted directing motorists to NJ Route 156 to South Broad Street to Main Street.

Monmouth Street (Bridge No. 140.8), City of Trenton

On December 5, 2019, Monmouth Street between East State Street and North Clinton Avenue was closed to all traffic due to emergency bridge repairs. Rehabilitation of the bridge, officially known as Mercer County Bridge #140.8, which carries Monmouth Street over Assunpink Creek is scheduled to be completed in 150 calendar days, weather permitting.

The existing bridge structure is a single span and is simply supported, consisting of concrete encased steel beams supported on full height abutments built on piles.  The bridge is considered Structurally Deficient due to the serious condition of the deck, with sufficiency rating of 78.0 out of 100.

The rehabilitated bridge will have steel stringers with precast deck, concrete bridge approach slabs, concrete pedestals, concrete bridge pylons and 4-bar open steel bridge railings.  Roadway work includes hot mix, asphalt paving, new striping, new guiderail and approach guiderail systems, excavation, top soiling and seeding.

The proposed cross section at the bridge will consist of two 12-foot travel lanes, two sidewalks and two shoulders with 4 rail bridge railings.

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