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  • Traffic Signal Design
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Oak Tree Plaza

Mid AtlanticSignal & ITSTraffic & Parking
Egg Harbor Township, Atlantic County, NJ
  • Oak Tree Plaza by McMahon Associates
  • Oak Tree Plaza by McMahon Associates
  • Oak Tree Plaza by McMahon Associates
  • Oak Tree Plaza by McMahon Associates
  • Oak Tree Plaza by McMahon Associates
  • Oak Tree Plaza by McMahon Associates
  • Oak Tree Plaza by McMahon Associates
  • Oak Tree Plaza by McMahon Associates
  • Oak Tree Plaza by McMahon Associates
  • Oak Tree Plaza by McMahon Associates

McMahon completed extensive traffic analysis and provided coordination with NJDOT, Atlantic County and Egg Harbor Township on the approval for a new 240,000 square-foot shopping center, anchored by a 188,463 square-foot Walmart, along Black Horse Pike within Egg Harbor Township. Various alternatives were conceived and analyzed in an effort to convince all parties to allow for the installation of a new traffic signal along Black Horse Pike in a location that did not meet the required NJDOT spacing requirement. The effort also included changing the NJDOT Desirable Typical Section (DTS) as identified in the NJDT Access Management Code to allow for the widening of the Black Horse Pike corridor. The project also involved providing conceptual improvement plans for site accesses and off-site roadway improvements. Once conceptual approval was obtained from NJDOT after review of the traffic analysis and the conceptual improvement plans, detailed roadway design was completed for the additional travel lanes proposed along Black Horse Pike and along the site frontage and signal permit designs were completed for the three new traffic signals proposed in conjunction with the development as part of the application submission for a Major Access Permit with Planning Review to NJDOT, as well as to Atlantic County for their approval. Expert witness testimony was also provided to both the County and the Township throughout the approval process.