Benigno Boulevard ramp to Route 42 northbound to be closed as well.
The new Exit 14 interchange is located just before the old Exit 14 interchange between Route 42 northbound and Leaf Avenue. Upon opening the Exit 14 ramps to and from Benigno Boulevard, the existing Exit 14 ramps to and from Leaf Avenue will be permanently closed.
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.