Motorists are advised to slow down, use caution, and expect congestion or plan an alternate route.
Overnight lane closures on I-295 northbound are expected for I-295 northbound and also for I-295 southbound (Al-Jo’s Curve) as the Direct Connect project continues to advance in Bellmawr.
The $180 million federally-funded project will build new ramps connecting Route 42 northbound to I-295 southbound, and I-295 northbound to Route 42 southbound in order to allow for the direct movement of traffic between the two roadways.
Missing Moves is a $180 million federally-funded project.
A request to extend an existing Discharge to Groundwater Permit-by-Rule for construction dewatering has been submitted to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
The NJ-DOT is seeking bid proposals for the Route 295/42 Missing Moves project.
An application will be submitted for a Waterfront Development/ Coastal Wetlands and Freshwater Wetlands Individual Permit for the NJDOT’s I-295/Route 42 Missing Moves Project.
Bellmawr Council approved a Resolution authorizing the Bellmawr Planning Board to undertake a preliminary investigation regarding 191 Anderson Avenue,
Bellmawr Council approved a Resolution vacating portions of Benigno Boulevard as part of the construction of the Route 295/Route 42 Missing Moves Project.
Bellmawr Council will vote on Ordinance #06:14-17, which authorizes the sale of a certain parcel of land on Creek Road to the NJDOT for construction purposes as part of the Route I-295/42 Missing Moves project.