(Lindenwold, NJ) – Freeholder Susan Shin-Angulo was notified today by PSE&G that a restoration project on Cuthbert Boulevard in Haddon Township is underway. The project will shut down parts of the road between White Horse Pike and Lakeshore Drive in different phases for milling and paving. Motorists will be detoured via Lees Lane and Mansion Avenue.
“This is already a busy area at peak traffic hours, and construction is likely to make it even more congested,” said Shin Angulo, liaison to the Camden County Department of Public Works. “Give yourself extra time to reach your destination and drive safely. Be aware and alert while driving, as this may cause additional traffic, slowdowns, and sudden stops.”
During the first phase of the project, Cuthbert Boulevard will be closed from Lakeshore Drive to just before South Barrett Avenue. In the second phase, the closure will shift to cover the stretch of road from White Horse Pike to South Hood Avenue. Signage will be posted to direct motorists to detours along Lees Lane and Mansion Avenue.
At this juncture construction is slated to be completed on Thursday, August 3, but could be extended depending on weather conditions and other unforeseen variables.