Atlantic County Bikeway West Feasibility Study

Purpose of the Study

This study’s objective is to determine a feasible route for an off-road trail connection between the planned eastern terminus of the Camden County Link Trail in Winslow Township, just west of the Atlantic County border, and the existing western terminus of the Atlantic County Bikeway at Route 40 near Mays Landing. The new Atlantic County Bikeway West will help provide a seamless transition across the 16-mile gap separating these trails. View the study webpage >>>

Virtual Public Meeting

The first public meeting for this study is being held in an online, pre-recorded format due to changing conditions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. You may watch the narrated video at your convenience by clicking the button below. 
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Live Virtual Q&A Session

The Q&A session is open to all members of the public. Watching the narrated video provided above is not necessary to participate in the Q&A session, but highly encouraged. At the start of the session, the Project Team will provide a brief overview of the project, followed by the opportunity for participants to ask questions and comments. 

 When:  Wednesday, June 23, 2021 at 5:00 PM
 Where:  This session will be held using GoToMeeting. Connect to the session, here. 
You may also dial into the session using a phone. 
Dial: +1 (571) 317-3116, or +1 (866) 899-4679 (Toll Free)
Access Code: 887-255-229
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First-time user of GoToMeeting?
 GoToMeeting offers a first-time Attendee Guide. The guide is available, here. It is advised that you review this guide well in advance of Wednesday's session.

Provide Us with Your Feedback 

The existing conditions analysis – along with input from SJTPO, Atlantic County, and the Steering Advisory Committee – led to the identification of three potential trail alignments:
  • ACE/NJ 50
  • US 322/Weymouth Road Alignment 
  • NJ 54/Rail Corridor Alignment 
The three alignments overlap in Mays Landing, with several potential routing options being considered near the existing trail terminus. However, initial review of the alternatives by the Project Team led to the ACE/NJ 50 alignment being dismissed as it was unable to meet the project’s goals.

US 322/Weymouth Road Alignment
This alignment would run adjacent to Route 322 as a sidepath before traveling southeast along Weymouth Road, signed as County Route 559, into Mays Landing.
NJ 54/Rail Corridor Alignment
This alignment would run south as a sidepath within the wide Route 54 right-of-way. Near the intersection with Route 40, the trail would turn and run east along an unused rail right-of-way paralleling Route 40. This shared use path segment would continue east through Mizpah, intersecting with several side streets before continuing off-road into Mays Landing.
Take the Study Survey to Let the Project Team Know Your Thoughts!
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