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White Horse Pike to be repaved in Barrington, neighboring towns

Two stretches of the White Horse Pike — including the entire portion that runs through Barrington — are scheduled for a resurfaced project to be completed this winter, according to a Camden County news release.

whpOne section of resurfacing will run roughly from Grove Street in Haddon Heights through Barrington and Lawnside to Warwick Road in Magnolia. The other section will run from  Brand Avenue in Clementon through Lindenwold, Laurel Springs and Stratford to Evergreen Avenue in Somerdale.

The project will include resurfacing all travel lanes, turn lanes, shoulders and median openings; upgrading roadway striping; adding ADA-compliant curb ramp upgrades as needed; and installing new cameras at certain intersections to better coordinate traffic signals, the release said.

Resurfacing work will be performed at night in order, and  access will be maintained to all businesses and residences.

Specific information on when the project will take place has not been released.

2 comments on “White Horse Pike to be repaved in Barrington, neighboring towns

  1. GG
    September 17, 2013

    And of course, they will have to rip up all the newly repaved section when they do the White Horse Pike Revitalization changes (adding the turning lane and lights) –
    They should have waited to redo that section when they ugrade the lanes – End result – tax dollars at waste – excuse – the contract was signed before the revitalization project came along – poor excuse in my opinoin.

  2. John
    September 17, 2013

    That’s great news. I’m crossing my fingers that Clements bridge rd. Gets repaved soon.

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