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Will Alexander Street be closed during construction?

Alexander Street from College Road to University Place will be closed at two separate times to accommodate the relocation of utilities and to facilitate the construction of the roundabout. Maps of the detour route will be available at on the Maps page of this website.

Will University Place be closed during construction?

Traffic on University Place will be shifted to a temporary road that will connect with Alexander Street for several months to accommodate the construction of the roundabout. Two-way traffic will be maintained on University Place and Alexander Street when the temporary road will be in use. Maps of the detour route will be on the Maps page of this website.

Where will I be able to get the most up-to-date traffic information?

Maps of detour routes for vehicular traffic will be posted at be on the Maps page of this website. You can check for traffic alerts from the Princeton Police on Facebook and Twitter. We also encourage you to sign up to receive email construction updates about the Arts and Transit Project.

Can I get updates on my cell phone about road changes that might impact me?

Yes, you can sign up to receive email updates about construction of the Arts and Transit Project. We also encourage you to check for for road closure notices from the Princeton Police on Facebook and Twitter.

How do I get to the private businesses south of the project area?

The private businesses located to the south of the project area will remain open during the construction period. Vehicle access to these businesses along Alexander Street will not be compromised by the project. When sidewalks on the east side of Alexander Street are closed off, pedestrians will be able to use sidewalks on the west side of the street, and a new temporary crosswalk has been installed at approximately 194 Alexander St.

Will I be able to walk to the new train station during construction?

Yes. Pedestrian pathways to the new train station will be available, though they will be shifted during the construction period. There will be signage to direct pedestrians on pathways that are shifted. In addition, maps of the construction site that will identify relocated sidewalks and pathways will be available at on the Maps page of this website.

To receive electronic updates about construction of the Arts and Transit Project, visit the Email Updates page on this site.