Road work begins today on Springdale Road
Construction will also continue on Cooperlanding Road
Work is expected to begin today on Springdale Road, where crews will be working to realign and pave the road surface between Evesham Road and Wilderness Drive.
The $2.8 million Camden County project is the second phase of construction on the heavily traveled roadway, and is expected to take about 7 months to complete.
Lane shifts will be implemented through the work zone; expect delays, and use caution when traveling through the work zone.
Work will also continue today on Cooper Landing Road, with alternating traffic patterns in place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., as New Jersey American Water continues water-main replacement work between Chapel Avenue and Route 70. This is the first phase of a project to improve the roadway from Route 70 to the Route 38 Circle; work will continue into the fall.
Motorists should expect delays in each work area, allow extra travel time during daily commutes, and utilize and alternate route if possible.
“This summer will see a significant amount of construction activity and roadwork on some of our community’s most heavily traveled roadways,” Mayor Chuck Cahn said. “While the end result will be roads that are safer and easier to travel, we do expect significant delays during construction. In light of that, we ask residents to stay tuned to Township news outlets and the Cherry Hill Police Department for the latest updates, and to plan their daily commutes accordingly. In most cases, motorists should utilize an alternate route, if possible, and always leave plenty of extra time to get where you need to go.”
The Township will share updated project and traffic information with residents as often as new information becomes available.