The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission has announced a short-duration project aimed at addressing various deficiencies at the approaches to three dual-lane truss bridges linking Bucks and Hunterdon counties is scheduled to begin construction June 1.
The execution of the seven-week-long project’s tasks are anticipated to briefly affect motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists who use the following toll-supported crossings: New Hope-Lambertville, Centre Bridge-Stockton, and Uhlerstown-Frenchtown. The work will be staged among the three bridges and the Commission plans to provide more information on specific dates, times and impacts as the contractor progresses from one location to another.
The breakdown of the significant anticipated work activities and travel impacts at each bridge follows (all dates are tentative and weather-sensitive) are posted at http://www.drjtbc.org/2020/05/seven-week-repaving-improvement-project-at-three-free-bridge-approaches-set-for-june-1-start/
The work is expected to cause short-term impacts for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists.