Upgrades to West Windsor Intersections

Mercer County is planning improvements to a number of intersections in West Windsor that will make our roads safer for pedestrians. Several of these involve Princeton-Hightstown Road/Route 571 or are near our schools.

Countdown SignalSome existing pedestrian signals will be upgraded to include countdown displays. Ramps that comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act (appreciated by those pushing strollers too!) or detectable warning surfaces will be installed along with those upgrades or where roads are being resurfaced.

The following intersections are getting ADA ramps and upgraded pedestrian signals:

  • Village Road and? Old Trenton Road
  • Princeton-Hightstown Road/Route 571 and? Rabbit Hill Road
  • Princeton-Hightstown Road/Route 571 and South Mill Road
  • New Village Road and? Edinburg Road
  • Dutchneck- Edinburg Road and? Village Road East
  • Clarksville Road and? North Post Road
  • Quakerbridge Road and Village Road

Slayback Drive and Princeton-Hightstown Road

These intersections are getting ADA ramps:

  • Clarksville? Road and Everett Road
  • Princeton-Hightstown Road/Route 571 and? Clarksville Road
  • Princeton-Hightstown Road/Route 571 and Slayback Drive
  • In addition, Mercer County will mill and resurface Princeton-Hightstown Road/Route 571 between Clarksville and Slayback as well as Clarksville Road between Everett Road and North Post Road.

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