HAMILTON: County to start road work

Nottingham Way repairs to cause detours

HAMILTON — Road Repairs on Nottingham Way between Yardville-Hamilton Square Road and the convergence with Route 33 is scheduled to begin July 1.
   The Mercer County project is anticipated to take approximately 15 working days to complete, weather permitting.
   Milling and paving of the section of Nottingham Way will take place from approximately 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., weekdays only.
   The project will be completed in two phases with the first including milling and resurfacing Nottingham Way from Yardville-Hamilton Square Road to George Dye Road.
   During this phase eastbound traffic will be detoured to Yardville-Hamilton Square Road, to State Highway 33, to George Dye Road while westbound traffic will use George Dye Road, to State Highway 33, to Paxson Avenue.
   The second phase is set to include milling and resurfacing Nottingham Way from George Dye Road to State Highway 33. During the second phase, traffic detours will use George Dye Road and Route 33.
   During construction, Nottingham Way will be closed to through traffic, but will be available for local residents and businesses, as well as emergency access.