Alright, neighbors: we’ve started to gather a list of roads in our area that are still closed after Hurricane Sandy. We will keep this list updated as best as we can throughout the upcoming days.
Please be advised: many local officials have asked that residents stay off the roads until they are fully cleared and deemed to be safe for drivers. Please follow the instructions of your local officials and do not attempt to pass through barriers that have been put in place – they’re doing their best to keep us safe! We have so much respect for all who are working hard to help restore our community.
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Route 1 is open from 295 to Ridge Road, though no turns into Princeton on Harrison or Washington
Princeton Police have listed closures on Bunn Drive, Herrontown Road, and Quaker Road as priorities to be reopened.
Route 206 remains blocked in several areas, but is passable from Stockton to Provinceline Road.
Reader have reported closures on Harrison Road (flooding), Alexander Road near Roszel Road and Terhune Road.
Route 31 in Pennington is closed from 95 to the Pennington Circle.
West Delaware is closed to Elm Ridge Road
Pennington-Harbourton Rd is closed off Route 31 to Timberlane Drive.
Detour in place on Route 29 at Washington’s Crossing
Jacob’s Creek Road closed from Mountainview to Route 29.