Princeton Area Road Work Update for the Week of Sept. 8

roadworkClarksville Road between Route 571 (Princeton-Hightstown Road) and Cranbury Road is scheduled to be resurfaced this week. Work was slated to begin today. The road will be closed from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. for the duration of the project, which is expected to be 14 days.

New Jersey American Water is scheduled to begin road reconstruction on Route 206 tonight as part of the water main project it completed last year. The work will be done between the Fackler Road Extension and Province Line Road. According to Lawrence officials, the work will be done mostly between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. The project is expected to take approximately four weeks to complete.

A contractor is scheduled to begin paving work on Princeton Pike between Harney’s Corner and the bridge over theShabakunk Creek (near Captain Paul’s in Lawrence) this week, weather permitting. The roadway will be open during the milling process.

University Place in Princeton opened again Aug. 28. It was closed for about a month from College Road to Alexander Street.  The TigerPaWW bus stop for the free shuttle to Princeton Junction is still located on College Road across from the entrance to McCarter Theatre. The Wawa is still open on University Place and will remain open until the new permanent Dinky train station opens.
Route 518 between State Highway 31 and Stony Brook Road is now open in both directions. Motorists may experience delays as a result of an alternating traffic pattern as work continues on the roadway. The road was closed last week for emergency repairs.