WESTFIELD, NJ – Contractors are set to resurface nine sections of roadway as weather conditions allow in the next seven to 10 days, the town said Thursday.
The nine roads are among 31 sections of blacktop municipal officials anticipate will be repaved this year as the town partners with Elizabethtown Gas to repave full sections of roadway disturbed by recent gas main improvements.
Weather permitting, the following nine sections of roadway are set to be repaved over the next seven to 10 days, the town said in a statement.
- Barchester Way (Barchester to Kirkstone)
- Burrington Gorge (entire length)
- Naworth Pass (Barchester to Burrington)
- Ramapo Way (entire length)
- Shawnee Pass (entire length)
- Sinclair Place (Elm to Lawrence)
- Watchung Fork (Lawrence to Lenape)
- Winchester Way (entire length)
- Wyandotte Trail (entire length)
“Notices have been hand delivered by Elizabethtown Gas' paving contractor, Atlantic Infrastructure, to residents within these areas in advance of this scheduled work,” the announcement stated.
Last month, the Town Council had approved $3.7 million for the road resurfacing projects to occur this year.
Mayor Shelley Brindle has said the work is anticipated to be the largest number of roads the municipality has paved in one year.
The full schedule of 2019 roadway improvements is listed on the municipal website here.
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