PATCO to begin South Jersey road/station repairs

PATCO will begin a nearly $1 million project on Monday to repave roadways and repair concrete curbs for access roads at six New Jersey stations.

Work is slated to last three months, beginning at Lindenwold and then proceeding down the line to the Ashland, Haddonfield, Westmont, Collingswood and Ferry Avenue stations.

The Lindenwold portion of the project will add a new dedicated right-turn lane on northbound White Horse Road to that station designed to improve traffic flow to the area.

A segment of the curb and sidewalk at the Ferry Avenue station in Camden will also be restructured to improve traffic flow.

The Delaware River Port Authority will also be adding rumble strips near station crosswalks aimed at improving pedestrian safety.

Posted by Anthony Campisi.

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