Roadwork Continues on Wharton Way and Atlas Road 9n Monday, Oct. 16

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BERNARDS TOWNSHIP, NJ - On Monday, October 16, road reconstruction operations will continue on Wharton Way. Wharton Way will be closed daily from 7:00am through 5:00pm with access prohibited. All residents who live on Wharton Way should make alternate parking arrangements. This section of roadway will be reopened nightly, but will be subject to closure the following morning starting at 7:00am. Use caution while driving on this road as it may have loose stone and raised manholes. This process is expected to take several days.

On Monday, October 16, work will also occur on Atlas Road between #36 Atlas Road and the intersection of Wharton Way. Resident access will be maintained throughout all work on Atlas Road, but may be limited at times while this work is being completed. Once this work is complete on Atlas Road, operations will move to Wharton Way.

Paving notice for the remainder of Atlas Road and Wharton Way to follow at the completion of road reconstruction operations.

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