PSE&G Projects to Impact Traffic Across the County Next Week

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(Lindenwold, NJ) – Freeholder Susan Shin Angulo, liaison to the Camden County Department of Public Works, has been notified by the Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) that crews will begin several projects next week.

  • On Monday, April 16, crews will begin performing gas work on Ferry Avenue in Collingswood, between White Horse Pike and Route 130. The project will not close the roadway, but will utilize alternating traffic patterns. This project was originally scheduled to begin this week, and is expected to last for three days.
  • Also beginning on Monday, April 16, crews will begin performing test pits for an upcoming gas main installation on Haddonfield-Berlin Road between Haddontowne Court and Brace Road in Cherry Hill. Two lanes will be closed, but traffic will be shifted to allow vehicles to pass in both directions. The project is expected to last until Friday, April 20.
  • Beginning on Tuesday, April 17, a service replacement project on River Road (CR543) will force traffic into alternating patterns between Lennox Road and Griffith Morgan Lane. The project is expected to last for one day only.

“Please allow yourself extra time to reach your destination if your route includes any of the impacted roadways while crews are expected to be active,” Shin Angulo said. “None of these projects will close roads entirely, but the shifting traffic patterns may slow commutes and cause some additional congestion. Motorists should plan for these changes accordingly.”

Scheduling and project timing is dependent on weather and may be adjusted due to unforeseen events.