Township of Lumberton, NJ
Burlington County
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Chapter IX of the Revised General Ordinances of the Township of Lumberton, 1973,[1] is hereby amended and supplemented by providing for the establishment of various speed limits, stop intersection designations, parking restrictions, etc., along semipublic or private roads, streets, driveways, terraces, parking areas or other roadways located within the Township of Lumberton, pursuant to the authority vested in the municipality under N.J.S.A. 39:5A-1; said sections to be numbered and otherwise designated to conform to the current designations and numbering as found in this chapter.
[1]
Editor's Note: Said Chapter IX has been superseded by Ord. No. 1992-13, adopted 12-21-1992. See now Part 2, General Traffic Regulations, of this chapter.
A. 
The provisions of N.J.S.A. 39:1-1 et seq., and the provisions of Chapter IX, Traffic,[1] shall be applicable to the semipublic or private roads, streets, driveways, terraces, parking areas or other roadways located within the Township of Lumberton, as set forth below, that are open to or used by the public, residents, tenants, customers, students and employees for purposes of vehicular traffic and shall be enforceable by those officers, agencies and individuals authorized to enforce the same under the laws of the State of New Jersey pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:5A-1. The maximum speed limit on any such roadways, parking lots or thoroughfares intended for the passage of motor vehicle traffic shall be 10 miles per hour and shall be so posted as authorized by the State of New Jersey, Department of Transportation. In addition, all vehicles must be parked only in designated areas and between the lines provided. Stop intersections, if any, shall be as designated in Schedule VI,[2] and parking restrictions shall exist as contained in N.J.S.A. 39:1-1 et seq., and/or as set forth in this chapter.
Amherst Commons
Amherst Pharmacy
Buttonwood School
Crossroads Plaza, Route 38, Block 15-03, Lots 1, 2, and 6.03
[Added 12-18-2001 by Ord. No. 2001-19]
Florence L. Walther School
Flower Junction
Foodtown Plaza
Lumberton Middle School (except that the speed limit for both directions of traffic in the parking lots shall be 15 miles per hour, and the speed limit for both directions of travel on all roadways within the complex shall be 25 miles per hour their entire length)
[Added 10-2-1995 by Ord. No. 1995-22]
Lumberton Professional Building
Madison Plaza
Midway School
Peppermint Tree Daycare Center
Unimart
[1]
Editor's Note: See now Part 2, General Traffic Regulations, of this chapter.
[2]
Editor's Note: See now § 265-61, Schedule VIII: Stop Intersections.
B. 
The provisions of N.J.S.A. 39:1-1 et seq., and the provisions of Chapter IX, Traffic,[3] shall be applicable to the semipublic or private roads, streets, driveways, terraces, parking areas or other roadways located within the following commercial or school sites that are open to or used by the public, residents, tenants, customers, students and employees for purposes of vehicular traffic and shall be enforceable by those officers, agencies and individuals authorized to enforce the same under the laws of the State of New Jersey pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:5A-1. Regulatory and warning signs shall be erected and maintained to effect the designated speed limit set forth herein and as authorized by the State of New Jersey, Department of Transportation. Stop intersections, if any, shall be as designated in Schedule VI,[4] and parking shall be in designated areas, and in which all vehicles must park between the lines provided.
(1) 
Evergreen Plaza: 15 miles per hour in each direction of travel. In addition to all the regulations herein provided for, any vehicle parked or standing so as to obstruct or impede a normal flow of traffic or blocking entrances or exitways, loading zones, oil fills or on any grass area, pedestrian walkway or presenting in any other way a safety or traffic hazard may be removed by towing said vehicle at the owner's or operator's expense.
(2) 
Whitesell Corporate Complex (Mark Stevens CVS).
(a) 
Speed limits:
[1] 
The speed limits for both directions of traffic in the parking lot shall be 10 miles per hour.
[2] 
The speed limits for both directions of traffic on Berry Drive is 25 miles per hour along its entire length.
(b) 
Vehicles must park only in designated areas and between the lines provided.
(c) 
Stop intersections, if any, shall be designated in Schedule VI.[5]
[5]
Editor's Note: See now § 265-61, Schedule VIII: Stop Intersections.
[3]
Editor's Note: See now Part 2, General Traffic Regulations, of this chapter.
[4]
Editor's Note: See now § 265-61, Schedule VIII: Stop Intersections.
The provisions of N.J.S.A. 39:1-1 et seq., and the provisions of Chapter IX, Traffic,[1] shall be applicable to the semipublic or private roads, streets, driveways, terraces, parking areas or the roadways located within the following governmental or municipal or community complexes or community centers, that are open to or used by the public, residents, officers, officials or employees for purposes of vehicular traffic and shall be enforceable by those officers, agencies and individuals authorized to enforce the same under the laws of the State of New Jersey pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:5A-1. The maximum speed limits on any such roadway or thoroughfare intended for the passage of motor vehicle traffic shall be 10 miles per hour and shall be so posted with regulatory warning signs as authorized by the State of New Jersey, Department of Transportation. All vehicles must park only in designated areas and between the lines provided. Stop intersections, if any, shall be as designated in Schedule VI.[2]
Lumberton Emergency Squad
Lumberton Fire Company
Lumberton Township Municipal Building
Ridgeway Gaun Building
United States Post Office Complex
Village Green
[1]
Editor's Note: See now Part 2, General Traffic Regulations, of this chapter.
[2]
Editor's Note: See now § 265-61, Schedule VIII: Stop Intersections.
The provisions of N.J.S.A. 39:1-1 et seq., and the provisions of Chapter IX, Traffic,[1] shall be applicable to the semipublic or private roads, streets, driveways, terraces, parking areas or the roadways located within the following apartment complexes/residential developments, that are open to or used by the public, residents, tenants, guests, etc., for purposes of vehicular traffic and shall be enforceable by those officers, agencies and individuals authorized to enforce the same under the laws of the State of New Jersey pursuant to N.J.S.A. 39:5A-1. Regulatory and warning signs shall be erected and maintained to effect the designated speed limits set forth herein and as authorized by the State of New Jersey, Department of Transportation. Stop intersections, if any, shall be as designated in Schedule VI,[2] and parking shall be in designated areas, and in which all vehicles must park between the lines provided.
A. 
Apartment complexes. The maximum speed limits for the following roadways or thoroughfares in the following complexes/developments intended for the passage of motor vehicle traffic shall be as follows:
(1) 
Dorado Garden Apartments: 10 miles per hour in each direction of travel.
(2) 
Lumberton Apartments:
(a) 
Wind Mill Way: 10 miles per hour, each direction of traffic, the entire length.
(b) 
All other roadways: 10 miles per hour, each direction of traffic, the entire length.
(3) 
Whitehall Apartments: 10 miles per hour in each direction of travel.
B. 
Residential developments.
(1) 
Country Estates:
(a) 
All Spice Way: 25 miles per hour, each direction of travel, the entire length.
(b) 
Coriander Drive: 20 miles per hour, each direction of travel, the entire length.
(c) 
Ginger Drive: 20 miles per hour, each direction of travel, the entire length.
(d) 
Savory Way: 25 miles per hour, each direction of travel, the entire length.
(e) 
All other roadways: 10 miles per hour, each direction of travel, their entire lengths.
(2) 
Country Village: 25 miles per hour for all roads, for each direction of travel, the entire length.
(3) 
Evergreen Gardens: 10 miles per hour for each direction of travel, the entire length.
(4) 
Hunters Crossing: 25 miles per hour for each direction of travel, the entire length.
(5) 
Maple Grove Estates: 25 miles per hour for each direction of travel, the entire length of each road.
(6) 
Marriott Farms: 25 miles per hour for each direction of travel, the entire length of each roadway.
(7) 
Orchard View Estates: 25 miles per hour for each direction of travel, the entire length of each roadway.
(8) 
Stonegate: 25 miles per hour for each direction of travel, the entire length.
(9) 
Woodlands at Lumberton: 25 miles per hour for each direction of travel, the entire length of each roadway.
[1]
Editor's Note: See now Part 2, General Traffic Regulations, of this chapter.
[2]
Editor's Note: See now § 265-61, Schedule VIII: Stop Intersections.
Schedule IV of Chapter IX is hereby amended by adding to the listing of stop intersections already contained in said Schedule the following stop intersections.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See now § 265-61, Schedule VIII: Stop Intersections.
Schedule _____ of Chapter IX, Traffic, is hereby amended by adding to the list of yield intersections already contained in said schedule the following new yield intersections.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See now § 265-62, Schedule IX: Yield Intersections.
Any vehicle parked or standing in a fashion which obstructs or impedes the normal flow of traffic, which blocks entrances or exits or blocks loading zones, oil fills or any grass area or pedestrian walkway or presents, in any way, a safety or traffic hazard, as so determined in the opinion of a municipal police officer, may be removed by having the vehicle towed at the owner's or operator's expense.
Should any owner, operator, driver or person violate any of the provisions of this Part 1, or of the ordinance and code sections to which this Part 1 is amendatory and supplementary, and should said person be convicted of any such violations, said person shall be liable for a penalty of not more than $50 for each offense or imprisonment for a term not exceeding 15 days, or both, unless some other penalty is expressly provided for by a New Jersey statute.