Milling and Resurfacing Road Work (Hopewell-Rocky Hill Road)

On or about Tuesday, May 26, 2015, Mercer County DOT will begin milling and resurfacing work on Hopewell-Rocky Hill Road (CR 518) from Province Line Road to Maple Street.

Construction will occur between the hours of 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM, weekdays only.

During construction, westbound Hopewell-Rocky Hill Road will be closed to through traffic. Motorists will be directed to turn left onto Province Line Road, right onto Cherry Valley Road, right onto Hopewell-Princeton Road to East Broad Street.

Eastbound traffic is slated to remain open. This could change depending on project needs.

Motorists should expect minor delays due to this construction.

 

Road Closure Announcement         Pennington Titusville Road     

The Mercer County Department of Transportation began work on Monday February 23, 2015 replacing the Pennington-Titusville Road Bridge which crosses over Jacobs Creek.

Pennington-Titusville Road between Scotch Road and Bear Tavern Road will be closed to traffic at the bridge during this construction period which is scheduled to last six months.

The eastbound detour route will be Bear Tavern Road S/B to Washington Crossing Pennington Road E/B to Scotch Road N/B.

The westbound detour will be Scotch Road S/B to Washington Crossing Pennington Road W/B to Bear Tavern Road N/B.

Motorists should plan alternate routes during this construction period.

 


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Hopewell Township is a leader in environmental  sustainability.  Our master plan and zoning is based upon “water balance” or the balance between the volume of water removed from our groundwater supplies and volume water returned to our groundwater supplies from rainfall, ponds, and innovative stormwater management techniques.  The Township has also funded the construction of solar panels for its public works building, has begun retrofitting the lighting in all of its municipal buildings, and has mandated that all new budgets include a sustainability consideration.  Hopewell Township is developing new land use ordinances with the assistance of grants from the Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions to mandate sustainable design efforts for all new land development.

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