Cherry Valley Rd Project Weekly Update

Posted on April 29, 2019

Since 3:00 PM on Friday, April 26, through traffic on Cherry Hill Road (North – South) has been reopened.  This work is part of the Cherry Valley Road (Cherry Hill to Jefferson’s Curve) Improvement Project of Princeton and Montgomery Township.

According to the latest construction notice of April 25th on the Princeton Engineering Infrastructure Projects page for this project:

During the week of April 29, 2019, weather permitting, the following construction activities are
anticipated:

  • Installation of the soldier pile retaining wall at the northwest corner of the Cherry Valley Road
    / Cherry Hill Road (north) intersection. Cherry Valley Road will be closed between Mountain
    View Road and the intersection of Cherry Hill Road (north). Residents of Cherry Valley Road
    within the work area will have access to their properties from Great Road. The intersection
    of Cherry Hill Road (North-South) will be open during this construction. Weather permitting,
    it is anticipated that this work will be completed on Friday, May 10, 2019. At the end of each
    work day, Cherry Valley Road shall be restored to a passable condition and reopened.
  • Grading and temporary stabilization of embankments on Cherry Valley Road from Cherry Hill
    Road (north) to the eastern project limits.
  • Grading and installation of temporary asphalt pavement on the westbound side of Cherry
    Valley Road from Cherry Hill Road (north) to the eastern project limits.

Please be advised that Cherry Valley Road remains closed to through traffic 24/7 in the work zone. Montgomery Police are enforcing this closure.

Please bookmark https://www.princetonnj.gov/resources/cherry-valley-road-cherry-hill-road-jeffersons-curve-improvement-project for further updates on this project.  Thank you for your patience during this on-going improvement process.

Source: Princeton Engineering