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Springfield Avenue in Cranford: County Repaving Project to Begin Monday Night

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CRANFORD, NJ - Overnight road construction on Springfield Avenue, from East Holly St. to Kenilworth Boulevard, is set to begin Monday night, April 20. The road will be closed overnight from approximately 7:00 p.m. - 6:00 a.m.. It is anticipated that the work will take approximately nine nights to complete, weather permitting.

The work being performed will consist of various road improvements, such as milling, paving, and striping of the road.

A clearly marked detour route will be established and maintained by County forces. Emergency vehicles will be allowed through at all times. Access to residences, including deliveries and other services, will be allowed as much as possible.

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Parking on Springfield Avenue within the work zone is prohibited.

Union County College Staff and Students: During evening hours, if and when construction directly affects the main entrance of the campus, a marked detour will be implemented to access UCC from the back entrance utilizing East Broad St. and Gallows Hill Rd.

Should you have any traffic questions, please call the Union County Traffic Bureau at 908-789-6011, during normal business hours. If any emergencies should arise, please contact the Cranford Police Department.

Updates can always be found at the following website:
http://ucnj.org/traffic/projects/cranford/springfieldAve.htm

 

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