Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 23, 2015
Camden, NJ is offering parking permits for personal vehicles at the waterfront during the Pope’s visit to Philadelphia – allowing visitors to Ride, Walk, or Sail to September 26-27 Papal Events.
“I think the easiest way to see the pope right now is through New Jersey,” Louis Cappelli, Jr. of the Camden County Freeholders Director said.
“When you drive into Route 676 into Camden, show your pass to a police officer, and you’ll be directed right to the waterfront in Camden,” Cappelli said. Camden officials say there will be plenty of police on hand.
“Everyone should feel safe, we have a lot of amenities that will be available particularly for those who walk to the transportation center or to the bridge. There’ll be port-a-pots and hand washing stations and water stations, vending, benches if you get tired,” Camden County Police Captain Al Handy said.
“Now that personal vehicle parking is available upon registration on the Camden waterfront, the pilgrimage can become much easier and convenient for anyone who is looking to have ideal proximity to downtown Philadelphia. Park in Camden, ride PATCO or take the ferry from the waterfront and arrive in Center City in minutes, Freeholder Director Louis Cappelli said. This is the best way to go to see the Pontiff.”