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New signs designed to help alleviate trucks on Halsey Reed Road in Cranbury

Signs currently on Halsey Reed Road. Photo courtesy of Evelyn Spann

Middlesex County has created new signage for Halsey Reed Road, a dead-end route, in efforts to help alleviate trucks getting stuck in the roadway’s cul-de-sac.

The county sent Cranbury Township officials a draft of the new signage.

One of the two signs has two characters and no words, while the second has words that indicate that there is no outlet on Halsey Reed Road, and direction to Distribution Center Driveway and Hightstown-Cranbury Road.

“Sometimes I feel Cranbury is so small that we could easily be overlooked by the county or the state, even though we are in the eye of the truck traffic storm,” Township Committeewoman Evelyn Spann said.

“But getting this sign created especially for us demonstrates the willingness of the county to work with us. That is truly exciting for me.”

Middlesex County's new signs designed for Halsey Reed Road. Photo courtesy of Evelyn Spann
Signs on the roadway. Photo courtesy of Evelyn Spann
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