Lane closures are expected for about three weeks along the county roadway in Haddon Township, a PSE&G spokesperson said.
Having completed maintenance of gas lines in Haddon Township, Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) will spend about three weeks restoring Haddon Avenue roadways that have been dug up in the effort.
PSE&G provided the following approximate schedule of repairs, which the utility said will result in lane closures during construction. Work begins Monday, July 18, and all dates are estimated.
- Haddon Avenue at Maple Avenue: Monday, July 18 through Tuesday, July 26
- Haddon Avenue at Cooper Street: Sunday, July 24 through Friday, August 5
- Haddon Avenue at Strawbridge Avenue: Work will begin mid-August, and should take about 11 days.
PSE&G spokesperson Brooke Houston said that work will be completed around the clock, but because the paving involves concrete work, each job will include two days of cure time, “meaning our crews will not be physically working at the location, but that section(s) of the road will remain closed.“
Haddon Township police will be onsite to direct traffic.
“We are making every effort to do the work as quickly and safely as possible to minimize disruption,” said James Venito, Jr., senior gas distribution supervisor for PSE&G, in a statement.
“We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we complete this important work.”
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