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After all these years of driving on the GSP, I still find it strange when I come to one of the traffic lights in Cape May starting at exit 11. There will be  public hearing  on  Thursday to discuss the removal of three traffic lights on the Garden State Parkway in Cape May Court House.

Representatives of the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, which operates the parkway, will be at the Cape May County Administration Building on Moore Road from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. to answer questions about the  removal project.

Construction on the $125 million dollar project is set to start this December and will take over two and a half years.  The lights will be removed at  at Crest Haven Road, Stone Harbor Boulevard and Shell Bay Avenue.

Are you looking forward to finally getting rid of the lights on the GSP?   Leave your comments below.