The township is considering ways to make a tricky intersection in the Erial section safer.
Monday's Gloucester Township Council workshop meeting included some discussion of a resolution requesting changes at the intersection of Williamstown and New Brooklyn roads.
The concern among township officials is that the intersection's current configuration is dangerous and has been the scene of a large number of crashed over the years. The common complaint has been that vehicles turning left off Williamstown Road and onto Erial-New Brooklyn Road are hit by vehicles traveling south on New Brooklyn Road.
The township is expected to look into a new configuration, which could potentially include re-configuring the islands at the intersection or removing them entirely. There is no traffic signal at the three-way intersection.
Both Williamstown Road and New Brooklyn Road are a part of the Camden County highway system. The county is responsible for maintenance and repair of both roads.
New Brooklyn Road has also been one of the county roads affected by the the county Municipal Utilities Authority's sewer expansion project. The project has snarled traffic throughout Gloucester Township since last summer.