UPCOMING COUNTY ROADWAY / BRIDGE PROJECTS
Construction of Ellis Mill Road/Route US 322 Connector Road, CR 641 SPUR in the Township of Harrison and Borough of Glassboro.
On December 4, 2019 the County of Gloucester began construction on the first phase of a new roadway between US Route 322, Mullica Hill Road and County Route 641, Ellis Mill Road in the Township of Harrison and the Borough of Glassboro. The new County roadway, County Route 641 SPUR will be an extension of the existing roadway at the new Inspira Hospital site in Harrison Township near the Route 55 interchange, and will connect to Dr. Leo McCabe Boulevard, formerly known as Acorn Drive in the Borough of Glassboro. The first phase of the project will extend the portion of existing roadway by the hospital to an area along Route 55 to the Harrison Township/Glassboro Border. No access will be available through to the Borough of Glassboro's existing public streets in the first phase of the project and will not directly impact any existing residences and businesses other than Inspira Hospital and Rowan University's athletic fields. A future phase will make the connection to Dr. Leo McCabe Blvd. (Acorn) and Ellis Mill Road. The contractor for the project is R.E. Pierson Construction and will be completed in approximately 7 months, weather permitting.
Monroe/Washington Township Bicycle Connector in the Townships of Washington and Monroe, Gloucester County.
The County of Gloucester has contracted South State, Inc. to complete the construction of approximately 8 miles of on and off-road bikeway and multi-purpose trail in Washington and Monroe Townships. The project will connect Bunker Hill School to Washington Lake Park/Atkinson Park to the north, and the existing Gloucester County Multi-Purpose Trail at Fries Mill Road (CR 655) in Monroe to the south. Work will include the installation of rapid flashing beacons, one pair at the new crossing of Greentree Road (CR 651) into Washington Lake Park, and another pair at the existing crossing of the Gloucester County Multi-Purpose Trail with Fries Mill Road (CR 655). The project will begin on or about August 15, 2019, and is anticipated to be completed in January 2020, weather permitting. Hours of work will be Monday through Friday 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Please use caution while traveling through the work zone. Night time paving on East Holly Avenue is scheduled to begin on or about December 11, 2019 and is anticipated to be completed in one night.
Flashing Signal Installation at Kings Highway (CR 551) and Tomlin Station Road (CR 607) in the Township of East Greenwich.
The County of Gloucester has contracted Kane Communications to complete a new flashing traffic signal at the intersection of Kings Highway, County Route 551 with Tomlin Station Road, County Route 607 in the Township of East Greenwich. The intersection will be converted to an all way stop. Work will begin on/about October 7 and is anticipated to be completed on or about January 10, 2020, weather permitting. Hours of work will be Monday through Friday 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The installation of the flashing traffic signal will also include the construction of curb at the intersection and the restriping of the roadway approaches. Traffic signing will be constructed in support of the signal. Please use caution while driving through the work zone.
The above projects scheduled are weather sensitive and dates may change due to rain / snow in the forecast.
For questions on the projects please contact the Engineering Department at 856-307-6600. 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.