Not all residents are happy about the new span
A new $6.7 million Bear Tavern Road bridge, known locally as the Jacobs Creek Bridge, opened Tuesday morning.
Mercer County officials were present Monday morning to cut the ribbon at the opening of the new Jacobs Creek Bridge. Shown from left are: Freeholder Ann Cannon, Freeholder John Cimino, County Engineer Greg Sandusky, County Executive Brian Hughes, County Director of Transportation & Infrastructure Aaron Watson and Freeholder Pasquale “Pat” Colavita. Photo by John Tredrea.
Flanked by state, county and local officials, Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes cut the ceremonial ribbon near the northern end of the bridge.