The right lane was closed on March 25 as a safety precaution and to allow construction vehicle access following the partial collapse of a retaining wall on part of the Direct Connection project in Bellmawr, officials said.
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NJDOT is still investigating the cause of the collapse and officials said there may be a need for future lane closures as work continues in the area.
Once the cause has been determined, a repair will be designed.
The $900 million project aims to improve the junction between 76, 42 and 295.
It was previously estimated to be completed in 2024.
A spokesperson for the New Jersey Department of Transportation confirms even before the wall collapsed, the completion date had been pushed back to 2028.