Truck Routes in Bergan and Lanning Square
Cooper’s Ferry Partnership has begun working with business leaders along Newton Avenue, from Pine to Kaighn Avenues, to discuss potential improvements to the corridor. Business owners along the corridor participated in the first of several stakeholder meetings with Cooper’s Ferry Partnership and consultants to discuss how potential road improvements could benefit businesses within the immediate project vicinity. Businesses owners provided feedback specific to truck delivery types and frequencies.
Camden County and Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, in conjunction with the City of Camden, have initiated ten conceptual design development projects to study potential improvements to several corridors and intersections throughout the City. Possible improvements include traffic signal upgrades, truck traffic mitigation efforts, ADA compliant ramps and sidewalks, utility upgrades, road resurfacing, and streetscape amenities such as trees, lighting, benches and bike lanes.
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The mission of CFP is to serve as the catalyst for the preservation and growth of a vibrant Camden, New Jersey. Since 1984, CFP has been working to achieve this goal, by developing visionary long-range plans for the redevelopment of Camden and working with private sector, government, and community partners to implement these plans from vision to reality.