Road repaving work starting on three Burlington County highways

Pavement milling and overlay work began on May 21, on 1.7-mile section of Burlington-Columbus Road, also known as County Route 543. The work will occur between County Route 660 in Florence and County Route 656 in Mansfield and is expected to take about two weeks to complete.

On May 28, work began on resurfacing a 0.7-mile section of Atlantic/New York Avenue, also known as County Route 690, near Route 206 South in Mansfield. It is expected to take about two weeks to complete.

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Also on May 28, work started on a section of Hainesport-Mount Laurel Road (County Route 674) between Route 537 and Creek Road in Hainesport. That repaving work is expected to take about a week to complete.

Traffic will be maintained through all three work areas but motorists using the roads will likely experience delays and are advised to seek alternative routes.

The work on Burlington-Columbus Road and Hainesport-Mount Laurel Road is being performed by Black Rock Enterprises and is part of the county’s annual road resurfacing program.

A total of almost 37 miles of roadway in 14 Burlington County municipalities are expected to be resurfaced through a combination of state and county funding.

The Atlantic/New York Avenue repaving is being done by South State Inc. and is part of a separate resurfacing plan funded by the county.

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