CCMUA Project on Cross Keys Rd. Extended
A Camden County Department of Public Works project is slated to begin in the area Monday, too.
Gloucester Township Police Department on Friday issued the following press release announcing that the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority has extended the sewer project along Berlin-Cross Keys Road by another week:
CCMUA has advised that Berlin-Cross Keys Road will be closed for an additional period of time to complete the sewer line installation from the area of the Camden County Vocational School to Erial-New Brooklyn Road.
Berlin-Cross Keys Road will be closed between Erial-New Brooklyn Road and Kearsley Road beginning Monday, Oct. 1, at 8 a.m. It will remain closed until 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 5.
Berlin-Cross Keys Road will be impassable between Erial-New Brooklyn Road and Kearsley Road to all vehicles except school buses.
The marked detour route for northbound Berlin-Cross Keys Road is Erial-New Brooklyn Road to Erial-Clementon Road to Hickstown-Turnerville Road to Berlin-Cross Keys Road.
The route for southbound Berlin-Cross Keys Road is Hickstown Turnerville Road to Erial Clementon Road to Erial-New Brooklyn Road to Berlin-Cross Keys Road.
Please plan accordingly for expected delays. Notice will be given if the roadway is opened earlier than anticipated.
This closure is part of a long-term construction project that will impact traffic throughout certain areas of Gloucester Township for the next several months. The Gloucester Township Police Department's Traffic Safety Bureau will send out weekly traffic alerts to keep residents and motorists informed of changes and upcoming road closures.
Preliminary work on phase II of the repaving of Sicklerville Road will begin the week of Oct. 1.
Beginning Monday, Oct. 1, at 7 a.m. through Thursday, Oct. 4, at 4 p.m., work will be occurring on Sicklerville Road between Jarvis Road and Berlin-Cross Keys Road.
The roadway will remain open but drivers may experience delays at various times of the day.
The work is being performed at the direction of the Camden County Department of Public Works.