PHOTOS: Vine Avenue in Lakewood Gets Paved; Thoroughfare Not Yet Open

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  1. Why on earth did it take so long? I’m really genuinely curious. I’ve always found it to be so strange. You were able to turn in there but onto a bumpy dirt road. Can someone enlighten me?

  2. If Elm St is going to be the only through street then we’re gonna have the same problem as we have on Clover and Ceaderbridge. The township needs to open up through Lincoln as well. This way it won’t be one long traffic jam permanently.

  3. If traffic infrastructure were approved quickly and developments had to be approved by the township and the county and the state (the opposite of what it is now), then Lakewood could look so much different!

  4. No matter there’s still going to be a lot of traffic! No matter how many streets opened up like Vine and Vermont. Wait until the development on Route 70 is done. All those cars coming on the off ramp going to 9 north. The county won’t widen Route 9, but the town will keep saying yes to more housing development. They ‘re not thinking. Not at all!

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