Burlington County is starting resurfacing sections of Burlington-Bustleton Road this week as part of its State Funded Overlay Program.
Pavement milling and overlay work on a 1.4-mile section of the highway, also known as County Route 661, from the Burlington Township border to Court Route 660.
Work was scheduled to begin Monday, Nov. 20. It is expected to take about two weeks to complete.
Traffic will be maintained through the work areas, but motorists using the road will likely experience delays and are advised to seek alternative routes.
The work is being performed by Earle Asphalt Co., of Farmingdale, as part of the County’s annual road resurfacing program.
A total of 34.2 miles of roadway in 13 municipalities is being resurfaced through a combination of State and County funding.
The County also plans to resurface an additional 8.6 miles of County roads in six towns using County funding.
Burlington County is the largest county in New Jersey and is responsible for more than 500 miles of County roads, 411 County bridges and 700 culverts.