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Mini-System #35 is a sanitary sewer system that serves neighborhoods around Cherry Hill Road, State Road, and Mt. Lucas Road between Valley Road and Ewing Street. This rehabilitation project is underway and will reduce the amount of groundwater that enters the sanitary sewer system. To learn more click the link above.
Using a New Jersey Department of Transportation Municipal Aid grant, Mt. Lucas Road will be improved from Stuart Road East to Poor Farm Road with curbing, extension of the 8’ wide shared use pathway that was constructed south of Stuart Road East, enhanced storm drainage, green infrastructure, roadway paving, and new signage and pavement striping. This project is anticipated to be constructed in the Summer of 2024.
The Municipality of Princeton has embarked on a project to revitalize the streetscape and improve the pedestrian experience on the north side of Nassau Street. Nassau Street is one of Princeton’s primary commercial corridors and a NJ State road that acts as the seam between Princeton University and the Municipality. This initiative began in 2016 with the development of Streetscape Design Guidelines. With the Municipality poised to begin implementation, the design guidelines are being refined to better adhere to regulatory requirements and to reflect the current goals of the municipality. As part of this initiative, the Municipality is considering how to better accommodate all modes of transportation including bicycles and e-scooters.
The Rosedale Road Safe Routes to School is a project funded by a Federal grant to improve the pedestrian and bicycle facilities to the Johnson Park Elementary School. Extending from Elm Road to the western Lambert Drive intersection, this project will extend and improve the shared-use pathways used by many in the community. As of Spring 2024, the project is in preliminary design with anticipated improvements in 2025.
The Witherspoon Street Improvements Project is being completed in three phases. Phase 1 saw improvements to the business district from Nassau Street to Paul Robeson Place / Wiggins Street. Phase 2, still under construction, is improving the pedestrian and bicyclist experience north to Leigh Avenue. And the third phase, with construction started in late February 2024, will see additional traffic calming, pedestrian, and bicycle safety improvements. To learn more click the link above.
Project landing page for the Sanitary Sewer Pump Station Upgrades Design Study
The Terhune Road Improvements Project will complete and improve the existing pedestrian and bicycle network of this important corridor, adding new sidewalks and traffic calming measures to make Terhune Road a safer environment for pedestrians and bicyclists. These improvements will provide walkable, bikeable, safe, and equitable access to commerce, community resources, and bus transportation. Both projects are funded by grants from the New Jersey Department of Transportation.
Dickinson Street – Alexander Street - University Place Improvements
Using a New Jersey Department of Transportation Municipal Aid grant, Dickinson Street will be reconstructed and new sanitary sewers will be installed. As part of the project, Alexander Street and University Place will be repaved and sidewalk will be replaced.
Cherry Hill Road Shared-Use Path Extension
Using a New Jersey Department of Transportation Municipal Aid grant, the Cherry Hill Road shared-use path, which currently runs from State Road to Foulet Drive, will be extended to Crestview Drive.