PSE&G Upgrades Gas Facilities in Beverly and Delanco Township
Public Service Electric & Gas, New Jersey’s largest utility, is upgrading and replacing gas facilities in Beverly and Delanco Township to ensure safe, reliable utility service for area residents and business owners. The work is being completed as part of the company’s two-year accelerated schedule of infrastructure improvements being undertaken to stimulate NJ’s economy.
PSE&G is installing a new 12” gas main and new gas service lines, beginning on Railroad Avenue in Beverly, continuing to Manor Road and Warren Street. The job continues into Delanco Township on Burlington Avenue and ends on Buttonwood.
All work is being done approximately between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Construction has started on Railroad Avenue in Beverly Township and will be completed on or about October 31.
Some lane restrictions, minor road closings and detours may be necessary at times during the project. Local police will be on site to direct traffic flow. Interruptions will be kept to a minimum, and PSE&G regrets any inconvenience the project may cause.
For everyone’s safety, PSE&G crews use work area protection. Traffic cones and utility work signs will allow the job to be done safely. The utility reminds motorists to slow down when driving through the area.
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