PUBLIC INFORMATION CENTER
The Project Team held a Public Information Center on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 (6:00 PM – 8:00 PM) at Virtua (Kelly Conference Room), located at 1000 Atlantic Avenue, Camden, NJ 08104. The information session provided an opportunity for the public to learn more about the project, and provide their local input and knowledge on what problems exist today that could help in developing solutions to improve corridor safety. For those that were unable to attend, the following materials from the May 24th Public Information Center are available for download:
- May 24, 2017 Public Information Center Flyer – ENGLISH (PDF)
- May 24, 2017 Public Information Center Flyer – SPANISH (PDF))
- Public Information Center – Display Boards (PDF)
The goal of the study is to recommend preferred alternatives that will significantly improve the safety for all modes of travel within the project’s study area, with special attention given to vulnerable users: pedestrians and bicyclists. Funding for this project was made available through Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’s (DVRPC) FY 2016 Local Capital Project Delivery (LCPD) Program for Camden County. This study will comply with the Federal Highway Administration’s Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP), from which one of the project deliverables will include a Highway Safety Manual (HSM) analysis completed to the specifications of NJDOT’s Bureau of Transportation Data and Safety.
Length: 1.43 miles
Boundary: The entire length of Mt. Ephraim Avenue from the intersection of Ferry Avenue (County Route 603) north to Haddon Avenue (County Route 561) in the City of Camden, NJ.
- Click here to view the study area boundary in Google Maps.
Project Start Date: December 2016
Anticipated End Date: December 2017
A Public Information Center was held on May 24, 2017 providing the public with the opportunity to meet with the project team, understand the project, ask questions, and provide input on what problems exist today that could help in developing solutions to improve corridor safety.
For questions about the project, please contact:
Anthony C. O’Toole, Senior Engineer, Camden County Department of Public Works
Phone: (856) 566-2974 or 2980