Berlin Circle (traffic circle)

Berlin Circle (Traffic Circle)

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Berlin Circle (traffic circle)

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The Berlin Circle was a traffic circle in Berlin Township, New Jersey, United States located at the intersection of Route 73, Berlin-Cross Keys Road and Walker Avenue, and which also received traffic from nearby U.S. Route 30, and County Route 561. The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) began replacement of the circle in August 2006., WPVI-TV, September 15, 2006. Accessed August 7, 2008. The project cost $73 million. The circle was replaced with an at-grade intersection with traffic signals., New Jersey Department of Transportation press release dated September 7, 2006. Accessed August 7, 2008. The project was completed in 2007.


The circle was created in 1953 when Route 73 was created, and marked the crossroads of two state highways, three county roads, four local roads and a railway. The circle was constructed at a time when Berlin was largely rural and the land in the area used primarily for agricultural purposes. By 2002 and with increased suburbanization of the area, the circle became notorious for its congestion and traffic accidents, and for flooding caused by the Great Egg Harbor River., Public Works, September 1, 2002. Accessed August 7, 2008.

New Jersey had been quite fond of traffic circles starting in 1927, when the Airport Circle in Pennsauken Township opened to traffic on July 1, 1927, as the first such traffic rotary in the United...
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