Burlington County begins resurfacing work on Crosswicks Street in Bordentown


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Burlington County will continue work in its State Funded Overlay Program next week by resurfacing a half-mile section of Crosswicks Street.

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Pavement milling and overlay work on the road, also known as County Route 528, begins today, Aug. 16, and is expected to take about a week to complete.

Traffic will be maintained through the work area between Farnsworth Avenue and Union Street, but motorists using the road will likely experience delays and are advised to seek alternative routes.

The work is being performed by Earle Asphalt Co., of Farmingdale.

A total of 25.8 miles of roadway in 12 municipalities are expected to be resurfaced through shared state and county funding, according to information provided by the county.

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