Route 130 project to cause detours

Beginning this week, a three-year, $25.7 million project to replace the bridge and add a third lane of traffic in both directions is set to start and the state is warning drivers and area businesses of the delays expected. The federally-funded project will replace the existing span over the Cooper River at North Park Drive

and reconstruct a portion of the roadway from that bridge to the PATCO rail bridge in Collingswood a distance of just four-tenths of a mile. On an average day, more than 60,000 vehicles drive that stretch of highway. Two lanes will be maintained on Route 130 between the hours of 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. daily. Single-lane closures will take place during overnight hours, with one lane open at all times. http://on.cpsj.com/IAFv1q

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Last modified on 09/24/2018

Published in Camden County
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