A major sewer project that will impact traffic in Gloucester Township's Sicklerville section resumes this week.
Also, a paving project that will have a short-term impact on traffic in the township's Erial section begins Thursday.
Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority (CCMUA) resumed its sewer improvement project along Berlin-Cross Keys Road, in the township's Sicklerville section, on Monday.
The sewer project will result in two long-term closures on and near Berlin-Cross Keys Road.
Berlin-Cross Keys Road will be closed Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., between Turnerville Hickstown Road and Erial-New Brooklyn Road beginning today (Nov. 13). This phase of the project is expected to last two to three months, according to Gloucester Township Police.
Access to that stretch of Berlin-Cross Keys Road will be permitted only to residents and businesses located in the area, as well as Kearsley Road and Camden County Technical Schools-Gloucester Township Campus.
The marked detour route for eastbound traffic will be Erial-New Brooklyn Road to Erial Clementon Road to Hickstown Turnerville Road to Berlin-Cross Keys Road. The route for westbound traffic is Hickstown Turnerville Road to Erial Clementon Road to Erial-New Brooklyn Road to Berlin-Cross Keys Road.
Also as part of the CCMUA sewer project, Erial-New Brooklyn Road will be closed between Garwood Road/Erial Clementon Road and Turnerville Hickstown Road. Access to that stretch of Erial-New Brooklyn Road will be limited to local residents, school buses and businesses Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The marked detour route for northbound Erial-New Brooklyn Road is Erial Clementon Road to Hickstown Road to Erial-New Brooklyn Road. The route for southbound Erial-New Brooklyn Road is Turnerville Hickstown Road to Erial Clementon Road to Erial-New Brooklyn Road.
Both roadways impacted by the CCMUA project will be open to traffic on weekends.
SICKLERVILLE ROAD PAVING PROJECT
A paving project will begin on Sicklerville Road on Thursday, but is expected to wrap up on Monday, police said.
The Camden County Department of Public Works paving project will take place between Berlin-Cross Keys Road and Jarvis Road Thursday, Friday and Monday from 7 to 5:30 p.m., police said.
Northbound traffic heading toward Route 42 will have access each day, but traffic heading south toward Berlin-Cross Keys Road will be detoured at Jarvis Road.
The detour route for southbound traffic is Sicklerville Road to Jarvis Road to Williamstown Road to Berlin-Cross Keys Road.