EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The South Brunswick Police Department has announced a series of traffic enforcement due to ongoing projects for the upcoming week between October 27th and November 2nd, according to a report issued by the department. The report details specific roads in the area that will be monitored for things like speeding, cell phone use while driving and school bus enforcement.
Enforcement is to be expected at specific times on roads such as Beekman road, Finnegans Lane, Ridge Road, Thatcher Road and Route 535. The enforcements range from cell phone use, Speeding, Obstruction of an intersection, improper passing/parking and failure to follow a traffic signal.
The report also lays out certain roads that will be blocked up with traffic due to ongoing projects. For example, the intersection of Route 522 and george road will be experiencing some delays due to traffic signal and intersection improvements. The work is ongoing and drivers should expect lane closure until further notice, according to the report. Carter Brooke Lane will also be experiencing some delays due to milling and paving on the curb side, the report does not mention when the construction will be complete.
Road closures will be happening soon on Scotts Corner Road between Friendship and Dey Road due to a PSEG gas main installations by Henkels & McCoy. An alternative route will be posted between October 28th and November 8th, according to the report. Route 27 will experience lane closures today for 15- 20 minutes intermittently due to a New Jersey Department of Transportation intersection improvements. Road closure will also be expected on Heathcote Road and Laurel Avenue due to these improvements, according to the report.
The Special Olympics of New Jersey bicycle ride passed through South Brunswick at approximately 11:30am today. The riders will traveled Rt. 27 north from Route 518 to Sandhill Road. Drivers in South Brunswick should also expect heavy traffic delays on October 26th on route 27 between Gateway Blvd. and Sandhill Road, according to the report.