Several planned road resurfacing projects in Burlington County were disclosed today by the Burlington County Commission, including ones in Mount Laurel, Moorestown and Medford.
A county announcement said work will begin soon and progress through the winter.
Tom Pullion, a Burlington County commissioner and liaison for public works, said in a statement that the county — the largest in the state — is responsible for 500 miles of county roads, 411 bridges and 700 culverts.
The 70and73-area projects:
- Tuckerton Road in Medford, from 440 feet east of Heath Road to Stokes Road (C.R. 541). A total of 3.6 miles.
- Westfield/Tom Brown Road in Moorestown, from Centerton Road to Riverton Road (C.R. 603). A total of 3.6 miles.
- Marter Avenue in Mount Laurel and Moorestown, from Route 38 to Centerton Road (C.R. 537). A total of 0.4 miles.
The latest round of projects will repave more than 34 miles on 17 country roads and through 13 municipalities. About $10.2 million of the total $12.2 million cost will come from state Department of Transportation funding, according to the county.
Other Burlington County resurfacing projects: