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Released: 9/9/2009 

Access Road Improvement Work To Begin At Six New Jersey PATCO Stations

PATCO is set to embark on a three month project to both repave the roadway and repair concrete curbs for the access roads at six PATCO Stations in New Jersey.  Work is scheduled to begin on Monday, September 14, at the Lindenwold Station with work then proceeding west to Ashland, Haddonfield, Westmont, Collingswood and Ferry Avenue.  At times the roadwork will require some traffic pattern changes at the Stations.

Work at the Lindenwold Station will include a new dedicated right turn lane from northbound White Horse Road.  This is expected to improve traffic flow in the area, especially during the morning commute.

At the Ferry Avenue Station in Camden, a portion of the curb and sidewalk will be reconfigured to better direct traffic flow.

The work also includes the installation of new rumble strips in the vicinity of crosswalks near the stations to improve pedestrian safety.

The Delaware River Port Authority is a regional transportation agency.  DRPA owns and operates the Benjamin Franklin, Walt Whitman, Commodore Barry and Betsy Ross Bridges, PATCO and the Philadelphia Cruise Terminal.  The DRPA also owns the RiverLink Ferry.

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