NJDOT announces ramp closures on Route 295
(Trenton) - The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) today announced intermittent nighttime ramp closures over a period of three weeks to accommodate the ongoing Route 295 resurfacing project in Camden and Gloucester counties.
Starting Monday, March 29, NJDOT will begin a series of weeknight closures affecting four ramps between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. Each of the ramps will be closed for no more than two or three nights. Detour routes will be posted.
- Route 168 southbound to I-295 northbound
Motorists will be detoured to Gloucester Pike (CR 659) to Route 30 westbound to Copley Road to I-295 northbound entrance ramp.
- Copley Road to I-295 northbound
Motorists will be detoured to the I-295 southbound ramp to the exit for Route 168 (Black Horse Pike) southbound to the entrance ramp for I-295 northbound.
- Warwick Road to I-295 northbound
Motorists will be detoured to Oak Avenue (CR 668) to the Woodcrest Station interchange to the entrance ramp to I-295 northbound.
- I-295 northbound exit to Woodcrest Station
Motorists will be detoured to exit for Haddonfield-Berlin Road (CR 561) to Burnt Mill Road to Woodcrest Road.
NJDOT is rehabilitating I-295 in Barrington, Bellmawr, Cherry Hill, Haddon Heights, Haddonfield, Lawnside and Tavistock in Camden County and West Deptford and Westville in Gloucester County. The project also includes replacing five I-295 bridge decks. Construction is scheduled for completion in summer 2012.
Motorists are encouraged to check the project website at or NJDOT’s traffic information website, www.511nj.org for travel times and project updates.