The New Jersey Turnpike Authority is currently in the construction phase of the Widening Program. The NJ Turnpike will be widened between Interchange 6 in Mansfield Township, Burlington County and Interchange 9 in East Brunswick Township, Middlesex County. The roadway will be widened to 12 lanes with major modifications constructed at four interchanges.
Construction is planned to commence during 2009 with project completion in late 2014.
Please continue to check this website to stay informed of its progress and learn about: the project schedule, road closings, public meetings, etc.
Construction Activity is subject to Weather Permitting.
Sect. 1, Mansfield Twp: Columbus-Hedding Road is closed to thru traffic between Old York Road and State Route 206 due to Widening construction. A signed detour route utilizing Old York Road, Mill Road, Columbus Road and Rt. 206 will be signed and in place during the road closure. Click for detour map.
Sect. 3, Hamilton Twp: NEW DATE – Due to utility work, it is anticipated that Uncle Pete’s Road will be closed until mid-December 2013 due to Widening construction work. Click for a detour map.
Sect. 4, Robbinsville: On or about 10 PM on Thurs., Nov. 21, 2013, a new ramp for southbound traffic coming from Interchange 7A will open and the old ramp will close. Click for an illustration of the new ramp location.
Sect. 7, Cranbury: REVISED END DATE: Hightstown-Cranbury Station Road is closed until late April 2014 due to Widening construction. Click for the detour map.
Sect. 8, Monroe: On or about 8 PM Friday, Nov. 22, 2013, a traffic shift for NJ Turnpike southbound traffic will occur around milepost 75.5. Warning signs will be posted and traffic will be shifted from the inner roadway to the outer roadway. This shift should conclude by 10 AM Saturday Nov. 23. Click for an illustration of the traffic shift.