Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Parking temporarily reduced at Ashland, Haddonfield PATCO lots

Repaving work through June 11 at the Ashland and Haddonfield PATCO stations will result in the temporary loss of parking spaces.

Parking temporarily reduced at Ashland, Haddonfield PATCO lots

A five-week repaving project will launch Monday at the Ashland PATCO station in Voorhees, causing as many as a third of its parking places to be unavailable at a time.

The Delaware River Port Authority Work, which operates PATCO, plans to refurbish the parking lots at the Ashland and Haddonfield stations at a cost of $1.5 million. The work will take place in stages.

Completion of the work at the Ashland station is set for May 20. Repaving then will take place at the Haddonfield station from May 23 to June 11.

One or two parking lots will be closed at a time at the locations, with milling and paving done in the day and striping done at night, according to the DRPA. Updates on lot closures will be posted at the stations, the authority said.

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