Alexander Road Resurfacing Project To Begin On or About Monday, May 18th 2015

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This project is limited to the two “west” bound lanes, from Vaughn Drive towards US Route 1, and the center turn lane. During the work there will be lane closures between the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Please honor all posted temporary traffic control measures for your own safety and the safety of others. The construction duration for this project is a maximum of 45 calendar days, weather permitting. If you have questions concerning this project, please contact the West Windsor Township Engineering Division at (609) 799-9396.

Important Advisory

Alexander Road Resurfacing Project To Begin On or About Monday, May 18th 2015

This project is limited to the two “west” bound lanes, from Vaughn Drive towards US Route 1, and the center turn lane. During the work there will be lane closures between the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Please honor all posted temporary traffic control measures for your own safety and the safety of others. The construction duration for this project is a maximum of 45 calendar days, weather permitting. If you have questions concerning this project, please contact the West Windsor Township Engineering Division at (609) 799-9396.

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