Freight Movement Around NJ Turnpike Interchange 6A – March 2018
This study examines traffic circulation along the US 130 corridor in the industrial area by NJ Turnpike Interchange 6A. The study area is one of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’s (DVRPC’s) designated Freight Centers. It encompasses parts of Florence Township, Burlington Township, and Burlington City zoned for light/heavy industry and manufacturing. This freight center is growing rapidly, and the area is expected to accommodate approximately 10 million square feet of additional warehouse and industrial space by 2025. This study is a response to the need for further planning to accommodate future traffic
volumes; the primary focus is to identify roadway improvements that can support greater traffic volumes generated by new development.
Burlington County River Route Corridor Study – June 2018
U.S. Route 130 is a primary transportation corridor traversing Burlington County, connecting the region’s major destinations, residential areas, and employment centers, and the cities of Camden, Burlington, Bordentown, and Trenton. Running parallel to the Delaware River and NJ Transit’s River Line to the west and I-295 to the east, Route 130’s role among River towns’ quality of life, mobility, and economic activity is both essential and challenging: north-south mobility and through travel are virtually impossible without it, deficiencies in its roadway geometrics and design are well-known and well-documented, and it is frequently cited for its high ranking in the tri-state area as a hot-spot for pedestrian crashes and fatalities.