Heavily-Traveled Bridge Closed Indefinitely Over Structural Issues

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    The White Horse Bridge in Lindenwold, Camden County is just one of the recent bridge closures in our area. Crews are still trying to assess the extent of the damage caused in part by the rough winter. (Published Thursday, Jun 26, 2014)

    A heavily-used Camden County bridge that carries vehicle traffic over the PATCO high-speed line has been closed indefinitely because of structural concerns.

    The bridge is located along White Horse Road between Station Avenue and Front Street in Lindenwold, N.J. That's right next to the PATCO High-Speed Line

    County officials tell NBC10.com that a structural problem with the bridge was found forcing it to be closed and inspected by crews on Thursday morning. Following that inspection, Lindenwold Police said the crossing would be shut down indefinitely.

    Officials have not elaborated as to what kind of structural issues were discovered. The PATCO high-speed line is still operating.

    The road carries a large amount of traffic between Lindenwold and Echelon, N.J.