The crash reportedly happened at 2:15 p.m. on Route 42 North in Deptford Township.
It’s still very much a construction site at the Gloucester Premium Outlets off of Route 42 in Gloucester Township.
A quarter million cars a day use the interchange linking I-295 with the 42 freeway and I-76, which leads to the Walt Whitman Bridge in South Jersey. Drivers have coped with two years of reconstruction, and face six more.
New Jersey State Police say a man was killed in an accident Saturday night in Gloucester Township, Camden County.
Officials say the closures begin at 8 p.m. with a single lane, then at 10 p.m. two lanes will be closed and by 11 p.m. all lanes will be shut down. They will reopen each day at 5 a.m.
Two people were taken to Cooper University Hospital, where there is no information on their conditions.
A new ramp is set to make life easier for the thousands of commuters who face the I-295-Route 42 merge on a daily basis.
Drivers should expect delays from 9 p.m. Friday through about 5 a.m. Saturday.
Route 42 in South Jersey has reopened after being closed for several hours following a tractor-trailer crash.
Officials in New Jersey say an alert citizen helped police arrest two suspects who were robbing a home in Camden County.
Plans for the Gloucester Premium Outlets call for 90 designer and name-brand stores. It would be built on vacant land near the Black Horse Pike and Route 42.
Officials are also now offering a $1,000 reward for information on Reiff’s cause of death.
Authorities say they are still not able to conclude whether or not a body found Monday is that of a missing Gloucester Township woman.
But it will take time. This is a nine-year, four-phase, $900-million project.
New Jersey’s lieutenant governor and transportation commissioner are heading to Camden County to mark the start of a project intended to untangle one of the area’s most jammed highway interchanges.