Cranbury Neck Rd Closure
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anon-54r5
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PostPosted: Mon, Aug 21, 11:10 am EDT    Post subject: Cranbury Neck Rd Closure Reply with quote

For those who are going via Cranbury Neck Rd to the Train station each day please note that you need to plan an alternate route.

From our PD:

Advisory: Long Term Road Closure in Mercer County - Cranbury Road (CR 615) Extended Bridge Closure - Mon, 8/21 for 270 days


Cranbury Road (CR615) Extended Bridge Closure - On or About Monday, August 21st for Reconstruction

Mercer County announces that Cranbury Road will be fully closed for the Replacement of Cranbury Road Bridge over Bear Brook (County Bridge 762.1) Project, starting on or about Monday, August 21st, weather permitting.

Beginning on or about Monday, August 21st, weather permitting, work will occur with the ROAD FULLY CLOSED to through traffic, between Princeton-Hightstown Road (CR 571) and Millstone Road, 24 hours a day. No traffic of any kind will be permitted to use the bridge once closed. This includes all non-motorized traffic, such as pedestrians and cyclists. The remainder of road will remain open to local traffic only and resident services (waste collection, mail, etc.). Please plan accordingly. Delays are to be expected, particularly during peak hours.

Traffic will be detoured using Clarksville Road and Princeton- Hightsto wn Road. Mercer County will be activating the new traffic signal at the intersection of Clarksville Road and Cranbury Road at this time. Total project completion is expected to take 270 days, weather permitting.

Please honor all signage and traffic control measures for your own safety and the safety of others.
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anon-8q1n
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PostPosted: Mon, Aug 21, 4:35 pm EDT    Post subject: Re: Cranbury Neck Rd Closure Reply with quote

This closure is going to last for 270 days?! The Empire State Building was built in 410 days! What could they possibly be doing that will take so long? And something tells me they are going to use that "weather permitting" excuse as frequently as possible. We'll be lucky if this is finished before kids go back to school in 2018.
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PostPosted: Wed, Aug 23, 8:35 pm EDT    Post subject: Re: Cranbury Neck Rd Closure Reply with quote

You have to remember this is a COUNTY JOB we will have numerous $70. per hour local patrolmen using our police cars to insure we are safe--what a joke--- if this was done by a real "business" it would be done in 30 - 45 days !!!
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PostPosted: Wed, Aug 23, 9:25 pm EDT    Post subject: Re: Cranbury Neck Rd Closure Reply with quote

anon-np85 wrote:
You have to remember this is a COUNTY JOB we will have numerous $70. per hour local patrolmen using our police cars to insure we are safe--what a joke--- if this was done by a real "business" it would be done in 30 - 45 days !!!


displacement go get some therapy and talk your anger out your comments are a waste on this site
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anon-s6p5
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PostPosted: Thu, Aug 24, 7:03 am EDT    Post subject: Re: Cranbury Neck Rd Closure Reply with quote

anon-np85 wrote:
You have to remember this is a COUNTY JOB we will have numerous $70. per hour local patrolmen using our police cars to insure we are safe--what a joke--- if this was done by a real "business" it would be done in 30 - 45 days !!!


Not our police cars west Windsor's and not our county, but Mercer. This is not in Cranbury.
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