UPCOMING COUNTY ROADWAY / BRIDGE PROJECTS
Gloucester County Highway Overlay Program
The County of Gloucester will begin milling and paving operations on the following roadways:
Berkley Road, County Route 632 from Harrison Avenue to Route 45, in Mantua Township. Work on this road is scheduled to start on June 27 and is planned to be completed by June 29. The hours of operation will be between 7:00am and 8:00pm, with detours utilized during different times and phases of the operations.
County House Road, County Route 621 from Route 41 to Blackwood Barnsboro Road, CR 603 in Deptford and Washington Townships. Work on this roadway is scheduled to begin on June 29 and is planned to be completed by July 1.
The hours of operation will be between 7:00am and 8:00pm, with detours utilized during different times and phases of the operations.
Jessup Road County Route 660 Culvert Replacement Project
The County of Gloucester will begin the replacement of a 60" culvert pipe on Jessup Road, County Route 660 on June 20. This culvert replacement project is located on Jessup Road between Ollereton Road and Nottingham Road in the Sherwood Green Section West Deptford Township. The existing 60" diameter corrugated metal pipe has deteriorated and is partially collapsed . It is being replaced with a new reinforced concrete pipe of the same size. Due to the depth of the pipe and the work required to replace it the roadway is scheduled to be closed for two (2) weeks. A complete road closure is scheduled from June 20 to July 1. No traffic will be permitted through the construction Zone. During construction all traffic will be detoured using Kings Highway, CR 551, Mantua Grove Road, CR 656 and Grove Road, CR 643. Forest Creek Lane, Nottingham Road, Marion Road and Rollingbrook Drive intersections along Jessup Road will only have access to the south towards Kings Highway, while Ollerton Road, and Pennfield Drive intersection along Jessup Road will only access to the north towards Grove Road.
Resurfacing and Safety Improvements to
Main Street (County Route 553/553Alt), Broadway (County Route 553Alt.) and Lambs Road (County Route 635)
From Conrail line to Woodbury Glassboro Road
In the Township of Mantua & the Boroughs of Glassboro and Pitman, Gloucester County
The County of Gloucester has contracted South State Inc. to complete roadway and safety improvements along Main Street (CR 553) , Broadway (CR 553A) and Lambs Road (CR 635) in Glassboro, Pitman & Mantua Twp. Work will include milling, paving, handicap ramps and concrete repairs. The limits include: From the Conrail rail crossing near East Blvd on Main Street in Glassboro, County Route 553 to the Conrail rail crossing near West Jersey Ave on Broadway, County Route 553A in Pitman; then starting again at Holly Ave on Broadway, County Route 553A to Lambs Road, County Route 635 then continuing north on Lambs Road to south of the intersection of Woodbury-Glassboro Road, County Route 553 in Pitman and Mantua. Work will begin on Monday, May 16, 2016 and is anticipated being completed in early August, weather permitting.
Resurfacing and Safety Improvements to
East Holly Avenue, County Route 624 from Broadway, CR 553A
to Delsea Drive, Route 47
In the Borough of Pitman, Gloucester County
The County of Gloucester has contracted with Arawak Paving Co., to complete the roadway paving and safety improvements along East Holly Avenue(CR624) in the Borough of Pitman. Work will include milling, paving, upgrade of Handicap Ramps and concrete repairs. The limits of the project are from Broadway (CR 553A) to Delsea Drive Route 47. Work is scheduled to begin on Wednesday May 18, 2016 and is anticipated to be completed in late June, weather permitting.
The above projects scheduled are weather sensitive and dates may change due to rain / snow in the forecast. For questions on the projects please call 307-6400.
STATE PROJECT INFORMATION
The New Jersey Department of Transportation current project along Route 295/42/I-76 Direct Connect Project in Bellmawr, Mt. Ephraim Boroughs and Gloucester City. For questions please call Kimberly Nance, Community Relations Manager, Office of Community Relations (609) 530-2110.