KETTERING — If your commute takes you on Far Hills Avenue through Kettering, you may want to add some time to your drive.
The Far Hills resurfacing project is expected to begin today.
“Far Hills will remain open during the project, but drivers are expected to encounter some delays while the roadwork is being completed,” the city said in a statement.
Work will start with the northbound curb lane of Far Hills at Stroop Road and will continue north.
Drivers are encouraged to use alternative routes during peak hours, the city said.
The entire project is expected to be done in early August with paving expected to be finished up in early July.
The weather could impact the timeline of the project, city officials said.