2015 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 27 - HIGHWAYS
Section 27:6-1 - State highway routes set forth

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27:6-1. State highway routes set forth
The state highway system shall consist of the following routes:

ROUTE NO. 1, S-1, AND S-1-A. Alpine to Bayonne. Beginning at the New York state line on state highway route heretofore designated as Route No. 18--north in Alpine and terminating in Bayonne, by way of Alpine, Tenafly, Fort Lee and Ridgefield, in Bergen county, North Bergen, Jersey City and Bayonne, in Hudson county. S-1, a spur from Route No. 1 in the vicinity of Fort Lee, running in a southerly direction through Ridgefield and Fairview, connecting with the Hudson county boulevard in North Bergen. S-1-A, beginning on Route No. 1 in the vicinity of Fort Lee and running in a southerly direction through Fort Lee on Lemoine and Palisade avenues and connecting with state highway Route No. 5.

ROUTE NO. 2. Hohokus township to North Arlington. Beginning in the state boundary line between New York and New Jersey at a point near Suffern, New York, passing through the vicinity of Ridgewood, Hasbrouck Heights, Rutherford, Lyndhurst and North Arlington, and terminating on Route No. 7 in the borough of North Arlington.

ROUTE NO. 2-N. Beginning at Route No. 2 in the township of Lyndhurst, Bergen county and running westerly along Kingsland avenue and along Park avenue in the town of Nutley, Essex county, and ending at Union avenue in the town of Nutley.

L.1938, c. 269, p. 590, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 3 AND S-3. Beginning in Secaucus and ending at the intersection of the Paterson-Plank Road in the borough of East Rutherford, and beginning again at Route No. 6 in the city of Paterson and ending at the intersection of Route S-4B in either Hawthorne or Glen Rock. S-3, beginning on Route No. 3 in East Rutherford, extending westerly and connecting with Route No. 2 in Rutherford, still in a westerly direction in the vicinity of Clifton and connecting with Route No. 6.

Amended by L.1949, c. 292, p. 892, s. 1, eff. May 28, 1949.

ROUTE NO. S-3, Spur. Providing a spur from Route No. S-3, in the vicinity of Broad street, thence in a northeasterly direction to the westerly end of Clifton avenue in the city of Clifton, county of Passaic.

L.1948, c. 221, p. 1054, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 4, S-4, S-4-A, S-4-B AND S-4-C. Hudson river bridge plaza to Perth Amboy and Cape May. Beginning at the Hudson river bridge plaza and extending to Cape May City, via Riverside, Fairlawn, Paterson, Clifton, Bloomfield road, and Broad street via Bloomfield, East Orange, Irvington, Roselle, to Route No. 27 in Linden, Rahway, Woodbridge, Perth Amboy, South Amboy, via Main street and its extensions to Rose's Corner, Cheesquake, to a point at or near White Brown's Corner, thence to Middlesex road in the borough of Matawan, thence via Middlesex road to Main street, Matawan, thence via Freehold, Lakewood, Toms River, Tuckerton, Absecon, thence by New road to Somers' Point, Beesley's Point to Cape May. S-4, extending from the proposed plaza of the Staten Island bridge at Perth Amboy to Route No. 4. S-4-A, extending from Route No. 4 at or near Tuckerton and extending to a point on Little Beach; provided, however, the county of Atlantic shall first agree to construct a suitable continuation of said road from Little Beach to the city of Atlantic City. S-4-B, beginning on Route No. 4 in the borough of Fairlawn, extending northwesterly in the vicinity of Paterson, Hawthorne, Wyckoff, Franklin Lakes, Ringwood, West Milford and terminating at the New York state line. S-4-C, extending from Route 4 at Bennett Station, via Broadway in West Cape May, to Sunset boulevard, to the Delaware bay.

ROUTE NO. S-4-A, Extension. Beginning at the southerly terminus of Route S-4-A on Little Beach and from thence to the city of Brigantine.

L.1938, c. 341, p. 852, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. S-4-d. The following route which shall be an extension of State Highway Route No. 4, shall commence at Route No. 4 in Teaneck township at Teaneck road and run generally in a northerly direction to a road known as Liberty road, in the township of Teaneck, being the location of a State Armory, township of Teaneck, Bergen county, New Jersey, and to be known as S-4-d.

L.1938, c. 134, p. 286, s. 1. Amended by L.1941, c. 263, p. 696, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 5 AND S-5. Ridgefield to Edgewater. Beginning at Ridgefield and terminating at the Ferry plaza in Edgewater with a spur connecting Route No. 5 with Route No. 1 in Ridgefield and Fairview.

ROUTE NO. 6 AND S-6. Hudson river bridge plaza to Delaware. Beginning at the Hudson river bridge plaza by way of Palisades Park, Ridgefield Park, Little Ferry, Hasbrouck Heights, Paterson, Caldwell, Dover, Netcong, Hackettstown, Buttzville and Delaware. S-6, beginning in the city of Paterson, extending in a southwesterly direction by way of Totowa, Little Falls Station on D. L. and W. railroad, and connecting with Route No. 6 in the vicinity of Caldwell township.

ROUTE NO. 6A. Beginning at a point on Route No. 6 in Dover, Morris county, thence passing through the vicinity of Berkshire Valley, Hurdtown, Woodport and Sparta, connecting with Route No. S31 at Ross' Corner at Lafayette.

L.1938, c. 47, p. 125, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 7. Beginning on Route No. 25 in Jersey City, running northwesterly through Kearny, North Arlington, crossing the Passaic river in the vicinity of Belleville and connecting with Route No. 9 and continuing northerly along the west bank of the Passaic river in Nutley, intersecting Route S-3 in the vicinity of Clifton, still in a northerly direction on the east side of the Passaic river through Rutherford and East Rutherford, intersecting Route No. 3 in Wallington.

ROUTE NO. 7, Extension. Extending Route No. 7 from the intersection of said route with Route No. 3 in Wallington but direct to the intersection of Route No. 6 in East Paterson.

L.1949, c. 175, p. 565, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 8. Delaware to Newton. Beginning at a point in Route No. 6 in or near the town of Delaware and running thence in a northerly direction passing through the vicinity of Columbia and Hainesburg through Blairstown and ending in Newton at Route No. 31.

ROUTE NO. 9. Belleville to Pine Brook bridge by way of Belleville, Bloomfield, Montclair, Verona and Caldwell to Pine Brook bridge.

ROUTE NO. 10. Jersey City to Ledgewood by way of Jersey City and Kearny, crossing the Passaic river at Kearny, thence by way of Newark, Belleville, Bloomfield, Glen Ridge, Montclair, West Orange and a line roughly conforming to and in the general direction of the present boundary between the Borough of Roseland and the Township of Livingston, into Morris county, and thence by way of Hanover, Whippany and Littleton in a generally westerly direction to connect with Route No. 6 at or near Ledgewood with a spur commencing in the vicinity of Orange Road in Montclair, and thence generally in a southerly direction through the City of Orange and the City of East Orange in the vicinity of the boundary line between said cities connecting with the route established by section three of this act in the vicinity of Oakwood Avenue in the City of Orange.

Amended by L.1952, c. 289, p. 976, s. 1, eff. May 23, 1952.

ROUTE NO. 11. White House to Warrenville, and thence to Route No. 29. Beginning in Route No. 28, near White House thence via Pluckemin, Martinsville and Warrenville to such point in Route No. 29 as the highway commissioner may determine.

ROUTE NO. 12. Frenchtown to Raritan. Beginning in Frenchtown, thence via Baptisttown, Croton, Flemington, Three Bridges, Centreville, to a point at or near Raritan extending to and joining into Route No. 28.

OCEAN COUNTY ROUTE 13-E. Beginning at highway Route 37 at Bay Head and continuing one and seventy-six one-hundredth (1.76) miles to the Beaver Dam road, in the boroughs of Point Pleasant and Bay Head, county of Ocean, and to include the Lovelandtown bridge across the Manasquan canal now under the jurisdiction of the Board of Commerce and Navigation, passing all right and title therein to the State Highway Commissioner.

L.1938, c. 238, p. 541, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 18. Beginning at Old Bridge and extending from thence to Route No. 35 in the vicinity of Eatontown by way of Colt's Neck and Marlboro.

L.1939, c. 243, p. 656, s. 1. Amended by L.1941, c. 413, p. 1060, s. 1, effective Dec. 27, 1941.

ROUTE NO. 19. Beginning at Marshall street and Hazel road to Piaget avenue, thence through the proposed extension of Hazel road and Paulison avenue to Clifton avenue, thence along Paulison avenue to River road, thence along River road to the Essex county line, thence continuing through Essex county along the River road and connecting up with the road now existing at the Belleville turnpike and Mill street in Belleville, thence to Newark.

L.1939, c. 200, p. 577, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 20. Starting at the intersection of Oliver street and Jersey street in Paterson and proceeding southwardly crossing Interstate Route I-80 skirting Garrett Mountain Reservation then continuing generally in a southerly direction to the easterly side of Broad street, Paterson and; thence continuing southwardly east of Broad street aforesaid through Paterson and continuing still southwardly to an intersection with State Highway Route U.S. 46 in Clifton, Passaic county.

L.1959, c. 4, p. 41, s. 1, eff. Feb. 9, 1959. Amended by L.1978, c. 77, s. 1, eff. July 13, 1978.

ROUTE NO. 20. Beginning at the intersection of existing Route 20 and Washington avenue with Paterson Plank road in the county of Bergen, including and extending along Paterson Plank road in a westerly direction to its intersection with Route 17.

Added by L.1972, c. 209, s. 1, eff. Dec. 29, 1972.

ROUTE NO. 21. Belleville to Newark. Beginning at the Belleville bridge, in Belleville, through Newark connecting with Route No. 25 in Newark.

ROUTE NO. 21, Extension. An extension of State Highway Route No. 21 in a northerly direction, by direct route from Newark to the vicinity of Grand street and Marshall street in the city of Paterson, roughly parallel to the Passaic river, but the direct route shall not proceed through the city of Clifton in a northerly direction across the Passaic river to the easterly bank in the vicinity of the southerly municipal boundary line of the borough of Elmwood Park, continuing thence northerly along the eastern bank of the Passaic river and across the lands of the borough of Elmwood Park to Interstate Highway Route 80 in the borough of Elmwood Park.

L.1948, c. 235, p. 1075, s. 1. Amended by L.1984, c. 52, s. 1, eff. June 15, 1984.

ROUTE NO. 22. Pine Brook bridge to Rahway, by way of West Caldwell, Livingston, Millburn, Springfield, in the vicinity of Garwood and to Route No. 27 in Rahway.

ROUTE NO. 23. Verona to Port Jervis, New York. Beginning at a point on Route No. 9 in Verona by way of Cedar Grove, Pequannock, Oak Ridge, Franklin Furnace, Sussex and High Point.

ROUTE NO. 24 and S-24. Newark to Phillipsburg. Beginning in Newark by connections with Route No. 25 and with the New Jersey Turnpike, and crossing Broad Street, Newark, in the vicinity of Lincoln Park, and thence generally along the direction of and in the vicinity of Springfield Avenue by way of Irvington, Maplewood, Springfield, Morristown, Chester, Long Valley, Washington and Phillipsburg, with a spur to Hackettstown connecting Route No. 24 with Route No. 6 between these points and a spur from Springfield along Morris Avenue to Route No. 25 at Elizabeth, and with another spur commencing near Spruce Street and running in a generally northerly direction in the vicinity of Belmont Avenue and Norfolk Street in the City of Newark to connect with the route established by section three of this act.

Amended by L.1952, c. 289, p. 977, s. 4, eff. May 23, 1952.

ROUTE NO. 24N. Starting at the intersection of Roseberry street and Route 24 at the division line between the town of Phillipsburg and Lopatcong township from thence through the town of Phillipsburg in a generally westerly direction to the Plaza of the Bushkill street bridge of the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission at the intersection of North Main street and Meadow avenue.

L.1938, c. 85, p. 204, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 25 AND S-25. Jersey City to Camden via Jersey City, Kearny, via present Lincoln highway crossing the Hackensack and Passaic rivers, then by way of Newark, Elizabeth, Rahway, Woodbridge, crossing Raritan river near Weston Mills at New Brunswick, thence southerly, intersecting Cranbury turnpike near Bodines Corner, thence via Cranbury turnpike through Deans, Dayton, Cranbury, Hightstown, Bordentown, Burlington and Camden. S-25. Beginning at a point in Route No. 25 near Washington avenue, Burlington, and extending to the Burlington-Bristol bridge.

ROUTE NO. 25, Extension. Extending State Highway Route No. 25, at or near its intersection with Westfield avenue, in the township of Pennsauken, county of Camden and State of New Jersey, by direct route to Delaware river bridge on the alignment of or roughly parallel to the alignment of Westfield avenue or Federal street in the township of Pennsauken, and City of Camden, New Jersey.

L.1947, c. 55, p. 192, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 25A. Beginning at a point in State Highway Route No. 25 in Jersey City and extending via Jersey City, Kearny, Harrison, across the Passaic river at or near the present Bridge street bridge between the counties of Essex and Hudson to and connecting with State Highway Route No. 21 and Clifton avenue in Newark.

L.1939, c. 198, p. 575, s. 1. Amended by L.1945, c. 58, p. 334, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 25B. Beginning on Route No. 25 of the present State highway system in the city of Newark, county of Essex, in the vicinity of the traffic circle at the Newark Municipal Airport, thence along Port street and Doremus avenue connecting with the Lincoln Highway, which is part of the present State highway system Route No. 25.

L.1939, c. 317, p. 764, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 26 AND S-26. Trenton to New Brunswick, via Trenton turnpike to Mile Run brook in city of New Brunswick. S-26. Beginning at a point in Route No. 26 near the southerly boundary line of city of New Brunswick and extending easterly by passing the city of New Brunswick to a point in Route No. 25.

ROUTE NO. 27. Newark plaza to Trenton. Beginning in the city of Newark, on Frelinghuysen avenue, in the vicinity of Astor street, by way of Frelinghuysen avenue to Elizabeth, Rahway, Metuchen, New Brunswick, Princeton and Trenton.

ROUTES NOS. 28 AND S-28. Elizabeth to Phillipsburg; beginning at Elizabeth-Howland Hook bridge plaza, thence by way of Bayway, South Elmora avenue and Elmora avenue to Westfield avenue, Elizabeth, with a spur beginning at the intersection of Westfield avenue and Cherry street, Elizabeth, at State Route No. 27, and extending westerly along Westfield avenue to the intersection of Westfield avenue and Elmora avenue, thence via Cranford, Westfield, Plainfield, Bound Brook, Somerville, Clinton to Phillipsburg. S-28 beginning in Route 28 where the same is intersected by Raritan avenue in the borough of Middlesex, thence via Raritan avenue in the borough of Middlesex, and the River road in the township of Piscataway to Route No. 27 in the borough of Highland Park, thence via Route No. 27 to New Brunswick, thence to Matawan by way of Weston Mills, Tanners' Corner, Oldbridge and Browntown to Route No. 4 in Matawan.

The commissioner may, as soon as he deems it expedient and practicable for the purpose of relieving traffic congestion on Routes No. 29 and No. 28, lay out and improve as part of the State highway system a road, of approximately three thousand feet in length, commencing at the intersection of a highway known as King George road with the southerly side line of present highway No. 29, located in the township of Greenbrook, Somerset county, and thence running southerly over said King George road and Green Brook road, or over said roads for as much of said distance as may be practicable, in said township of Greenbrook, Somerset county, and the borough of Middlesex, Middlesex county, and ending at State highway Route No. 28, in the borough of Middlesex, at a point known as "Mannion's Corner."

Existing highways may be made use of wherever it is convenient so to do, and the commissioner may acquire rights of way where necessary.

Amended by L.1938, c. 17, p. 61, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 29. Newark, Lambertville, Trenton. Beginning on Route No. 25 in the vicinity of its crossing with Peddie ditch, thence crossing the Pennsylvania railroad and Frelinghuysen avenue to Hillside, passing in the vicinity of the junction of Elizabeth avenue and the Lehigh Valley railroad, thence through the township of Union, Springfield, Mountainside, and passing in the vicinity of North Plainfield and Bound Brook, Ringoes, Lambertville, Washington Crossing and Trenton.

ROUTE NO. 29, Extension. Beginning at the southerly terminus of Route No. 29 at the westerly city line of Trenton, extending southeasterly through Trenton and connecting with the existing State highway system southeast of Trenton.

L.1944, c. 37, p. 93, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 29A. Beginning at a point on Route No. 29 in or near Lambertville, thence as near as practicable along the Delaware river, through Stockton, Prallsville, Raven Rock, Byram, Tumble Station to connect with Route No. 12 at Frenchtown.

Said route shall be laid out and constructed as soon as practicable by the commissioner in the same manner and subject to the same procedure as other state highways. It shall be constructed from the moneys forwarded by the state tax commissioner to the state treasurer to be used by the commissioner for the construction of roads and bridges, which moneys are derived pursuant to the provisions of subtitle 6 of the title Taxation (s. 54:39-1 et seq.).

ROUTE NO. 29-B. Beginning at Frenchtown and thence by way of Milford, Spring Mills, Warren Glen and Alpha and connecting with Route No. 28 near Phillipsburg.

L.1938, c. 183, p. 402, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 30. Trenton to Buttzville, by way of Pennington, Ringoes, Flemington, Clinton, Washington and Buttzville.

ROUTE NO. 31 AND S-31. Princeton to Milford, New York. Beginning in Princeton and running by way of Somerville, Bedminster, Netcong, Newton, Lafayette, Hamburg, Vernon to a point in the New York state boundary line in the vicinity of New Milford, New York. S-31, spur from Route No. 31 near Newton to the Delaware river, via Branchville, to a point opposite the town of Milford, Pennsylvania.

ROUTE NO. 31A. Beginning in State highway route No. 31 in or near Princeton, and thence to a point at or near Hightstown and connecting there with State highway route No. 33 eastwardly of Hightstown.

L.1938, c. 345, p. 872, s. 1. Amended by L.1941, c. 105, p. 237, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 32. Bedminster, Mountain View, by way of Bernardsville, Morristown, Morris Plains, Littleton, Boonton to Mountain View, terminating on Route No. 23.

ROUTE NO. 33. Trenton to Asbury Park, by way of Robbinsville, Hightstown, Freehold and Asbury Park.

ROUTE NO. 34. Matawan to Laurelton; beginning at the intersection of Main street and Valley drive in Matawan, thence along Valley drive through Holmdel, Vanderburgh, Colts Neck to a point near Shark River station of Central Railroad of New Jersey, thence to Allenwood, thence to Route No. 35 at Laurelton.

ROUTE NO. 35. South Amboy bridge plaza to Lakewood, by way of Keyport, Eatontown, Belmar, Point Pleasant, Laurelton to Lakewood.

ROUTE NO. 35. FREEWAY EXTENSION. Beginning at the northerly terminus of the Route 35 Freeway in the vicinity of Eatontown, Monmouth county, and thence in a northwesterly direction to an appropriate connection with the Route 74 Freeway in Madison township, Middlesex county.

L.1971, c. 61, s. 1, eff. March 25, 1971.

ROUTE NO. 36. Keyport to Highland Beach by way of Keansburg, Belford, Atlantic Highlands and Highlands to Highland Beach.

ROUTE NO. 36, Extension. Beginning at the present eastern terminus of Route No. 36 in Highland Beach and from thence by way of Long Branch to Route No. 35 south of Eatontown.

L.1940, c. 95, p. 226, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 37. Trenton to Point Pleasant by way of Allentown, Lakehurst, Toms River, Seaside Heights, and Point Pleasant.

ROUTE NO. 38. Camden to East Hampton, by way of Moorestown, Mount Holly and East Hampton, ending in Route No. 39.

ROUTE NO. 38, Extension. Beginning at the eastern terminus of Route No. 38 in the vicinity of Mount Holly and from thence to Route No. 4N in Wall township, passing in the vicinity of Camp Dix.

L.1938, c. 51, p. 145, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 39. Center of the Delaware river in the vicinity of the present Yardley bridge by passing Trenton through Bordentown to DaCosta. Beginning at a point in the center of the Delaware river on a new bridge to be constructed in the vicinity of the present Yardley bridge, thence to the New Jersey shore of the Delaware river, and running thence in a semicircular path around the city of Trenton, passing through the vicinity of Trenton Junction, Ewingville, Bakersville, Mercerville to Bordentown, Columbus, Vincentown, Red Lion, Indian Mills, Atsion and DaCosta.

ROUTE NO. S-39. Beginning on Route No. 39 at Mansfield Square and from thence to Fort Dix.

L.1941, c. 13, p. 25, s. 1, effective Feb. 24, 1941.

ROUTE NO. 40 AND S-40. Camden to Lakewood via Marlton, Red Lion and Lakehurst. S-40. Four Mile to Manahawken. Beginning at a point in proposed Route No. 40 in or near Four Mile, and running thence in a southeasterly direction, passing through the vicinity of Cedar Bridge and connecting with proposed Route No. 4 in or near Manahawken.

ROUTE NO. 41 and S-41. Moorestown to Fairview. Beginning at a point in Route No. 38 in the vicinity of Moorestown and passing in the vicinity of Haddonfield and connecting with Route No. 47 at Fairview. S-41; Palmyra to Berlin. Beginning at a point at or near the proposed Palmyra-Tacony bridge, thence to Marlton to Berlin.

ROUTE NO. 41 and S-41, Extension. Continuation of Route S-41 from Route 43 in Berlin borough, Camden county, to Route 42 in Folsom borough in Atlantic county through the Blue Anchor and Mays Landing roads in Camden and Atlantic counties.

L.1938, c. 299, p. 693, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 42. Camden to Route No. 48 at or near McKee City. Beginning at the intersection of the Black Horse pike with Ferry avenue in the city of Camden, thence in a southerly direction along the Black Horse pike through Mt. Ephraim, Chews Landing, Blackwood, Grenloch, thence through Williamstown, Cecil, to Route No. 48 at or near McKee City.

ROUTE NO. 43. Camden to Absecon, by way of Berlin, Hammonton, Egg Harbor City to Absecon.

ROUTE NO. S43--extending from Route No. 43 at Germania to Route No. 4 at Northfield.

L.1938, c. 216, p. 511, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 44 AND S-44. Westville to Penns Grove, by way of Paulsboro and Bridgeport to Penns Grove. S-44, spur extending westerly from vicinity of Bridgeport to pier of Bridgeport-Chester ferry.

ROUTE NO. 44, Extension. Extension of Route No. 44 to Salem by way of Pennsville and the ferry dock at Pennsville.

Said route shall be laid out and constructed as soon as practicable by the commissioner in the same manner and subject to the same procedure as other state highways. It shall be constructed from the moneys forwarded by the state tax commissioner to the state treasurer to be used by the commissioner for the construction of roads and bridges, which moneys are derived pursuant to the provisions of subtitle 6 of the title Taxation (s. 54:39-1 et seq.).

ROUTE NO. S-44. Beginning where Kings highway intersects State highway Route 40 and extending thence southwestwardly along Kings highway through the township of Delaware and boroughs of Haddonfield, Haddon Heights, Audubon, Mt. Ephraim, Bellmawr and Brooklawn, a distance of six and one-half miles more or less to the intersection of said Kings highway with Route 45.

L.1938, c. 374, p. 944, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 44T. Beginning at the Plaza of the Gloucester county tunnel and from thence to Route No. 44 at or near Paulsboro, from thence to form a connecting link with Route No. 45, from thence to form a connecting link with Route No. 47, and from thence to form a connecting link with Route No. 41.

L.1938, c. 367, p. 935, s. 1.

ADDITION TO ROUTE NO. 44T. Beginning at a point where Route No. 47 intersects Route No. 41 and from thence to form a connecting link with Route No. 42.

L.1939, c. 264, p. 684, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 45. Camden to Salem, by way of Woodbury, Mullica Hill, Woodstown to Salem and thence to the southerly line thereof; except

ROUTE NO. 46. Mullica Hill to Bridgeton, by way of Upper Pittsgrove to Bridgeton.

ROUTE NO. 47. Brooklawn to Tuckahoe, by way of Glassboro, Malaga and Millville.

ROUTE NO. 48. Commencing at the ferry in Penns Grove to Atlantic City by way of Woodstown, Elmer, Malaga, Mays Landing, Pleasantville and Atlantic City.

ROUTE NO. 49 and S-49. Salem to Oceanview, by way of Bridgeton, Millville, Port Elizabeth, Dennisville, South Dennisville to Oceanview, with a spur from South Dennisville to Rio Grande by way of Goshen connecting Route No. 49 with Route No. 4.

ROUTE NO. S-49--extending from Route No. 4 at Rio Grande, via Rio Grande avenue, to Park Boulevard in Wildwood.

L.1938, c. 168, p. 379, s. 1; amended 2008, c.131, s.1.

ROUTE NO. 50. Egg Harbor City to Seaville, by way of Mays Landing, Oakville, Tuckahoe to Seaville.

ROUTE NO. 51. Beginning at a point on Route No. 44 in or near Bridgeport and intersecting with S-44, thence passing in the vicinity of Mullica Hill, Richwood and Glassboro and connecting with Route No. 42 in or near Williamstown.

Said route shall be laid out and constructed as soon as practicable by the commissioner in the same manner and subject to the procedure provided as to other state highways. It shall be constructed from the moneys forwarded by the commissioner of motor vehicles to the treasurer of the state to be used by the state highway commissioner for the construction of roads and bridges, which moneys are derived pursuant to the provisions of chapter 39 of the title Taxation (s. 54:39-1 et seq.).

ROUTE NO. 51. Beginning at a point on Interstate, Route 76 between Morgan boulevard and Bulson street, in the city of Camden, Camden county, and extending thence in a generally westerly direction to the vicinity of Jefferson street and thence in a general northerly direction roughly parallel to the Delaware river, to Route U.S. 30 in the vicinity of the Benjamin Franklin bridge.

Added L.1967, c. 52, s. 1, eff. May 18, 1967.

ROUTE NO. 52. Beginning at the traffic circle in the city of Somers Point, in the county of Atlantic, the intersection of the Somers Point and Ocean City highway, with the Somers Point-Mays Landing river road, thence extending along said Somers Point-Mays Landing river road through Scullville, English Creek, Catawba, Thompsontown and Gravelly Run, to the Sugar Hill bridge spanning Babcocks creek, in Mays Landing, thence across said bridge and the public park along the various courses of the extension of the Somers Point-Mays Landing river road to the intersection with Routes 48-50 near the bridge crossing the Great Egg Harbor river.

Said road and extension of road shall be improved and reconstructed as soon as practicable, and shall be reconstructed, improved, paid for and maintained, as other roads in the state highway system are now reconstructed, improved, paid for and maintained.

ROUTE NO. 54. Starting at the intersection of the White Horse Pike and Route No. 39 from thence into Buena Vista, and following Lincoln avenue in Buena Vista township, Atlantic county, into Landis township, Cumberland county, and thence across Landis avenue to a point where Lincoln avenue intersects Main road, Landis township, Cumberland county.

L.1938, c. 43, p. 118, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 55. Beginning at the present easterly terminal of the State Highway Route 48 at the division line between the township of Egg Harbor and the city of Atlantic City at Jonathan's Thorofare and extending in a southeasterly direction along the lines of the present Pleasantville boulevard to the southeasterly end of the bridge, over Inside Thorofare, in Atlantic City, Atlantic county, New Jersey.

L.1938, c. 83, p. 203, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 55. Beginning at a point in Route U.S. 130 in the vicinity of Westville in the county of Gloucester, thence in a general southeasterly direction passing west of Vineland in the county of Cumberland and east of Millville in the county of Cumberland to a point in Route U.S. 9 in the vicinity of Cape May Court House in the county of Cape May. The route shall traverse the counties of Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland and Cape May.

L.1964, c. 16, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 56. Beginning at the southeasterly terminal of State Route 43 at its junction with the Ocean highway, being the northwesterly terminal of the Absecon boulevard, in Absecon City, Atlantic county, New Jersey, and extending in a southeasterly direction along the lines of the present Absecon boulevard, the several courses thereof, to the southeasterly end of the bridge over Beach Thorofare in Atlantic City, Atlantic county, New Jersey.

L.1938, c. 84, p. 203, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 56. Beginning at the traffic circle at Laurelton, in the county of Ocean, and thence to the beach highway at Mantoloking, in said county of Ocean.

L.1938, c. 177, p. 387, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 56 S. Beginning at the intersection of the Absecon boulevard and the Brigantine boulevard in the city of Atlantic City, New Jersey; thence, in and along said Brigantine boulevard across Beach thoroughfare or Inlet channel to the city of Brigantine.

L.1945, c. 1, p. 11, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 60. Beginning in Route No. 44 (1927) in the vicinity of Verga, Gloucester county, and running thence in an easterly direction to Route No. 43 (1927) in the vicinity of Barrington, Camden county, thence in a northerly direction to Route No. 25 (1927) in the vicinity of Bridgeboro, Burlington county.

L.1953, c. 70, p. 70, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 69. Salem County Route No. 69, known as Wiley Road and designated as Federal Route U.S. 40, beginning at its intersection with the New Jersey Turnpike and running in an easterly direction to its intersection with State Highway Route No. 48, a distance of approximately 4.27 miles.

L.1958, c. 124, p. 604, s. 1, effective July 15, 1958.

ROUTE NO. 75.

L.1967, c. 87, s. 1, repealed 1997, c.143, s.3.

ROUTE NO. 81. The State Highway Commissioner is authorized, as soon as practicable and in accordance with the procedure set forth in article 1 of chapter 7 of Title 27 of the Revised Statutes to add to the State highway system a new route beginning at a point in the vicinity of Route 278 and New Jersey Turnpike Interchange No. 13 in the city of Elizabeth, and northerly to an intersection with U.S. Route 1 at a point generally located between North avenue, Elizabeth, and McClellan street, Newark.

Added L.1966, c. 306, s. 1, eff. Dec. 21, 1966.

ROUTES NO. 100 and S-100. Beginning at the George Washington bridge and from thence to Route No. 26 in North Brunswick township passing in the vicinity of Ridgefield, North Bergen, Newark, Elizabeth (east of Route No. 25) and Woodbridge; with a branch from the vicinity of Elizabeth across Newark bay to Bayonne. S-100. Beginning at a point in Route No. 100 in or near Elizabeth and connecting with Route No. 25 in or near Elizabeth.

L.1938, c. 50, p. 144, s. 1. Amended by L.1946, c. 57, p. 227, s. 1, effective April 4, 1946.

ROUTE NO. 101. Beginning at Harrison avenue, in the town of Kearny, in the county of Hudson and State of New Jersey, and from thence in a general northerly direction through the meadows in the township of Lyndhurst, the borough of Rutherford, the borough of East Rutherford, the borough of Carlstadt, between Moonachie road and the Hackensack river, thence northerly through the borough of Little Ferry to the city of Hackensack, east of Hudson street, thence northerly and generally parallel to the west of the Hackensack river to a connection with Route No. 4 in the city of Hackensack.

L.1939, c. 105, p. 386, s. 1. Amended by L.1951, c. 290, p. 1066, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. S-101. Beginning at a connection with Route No. 4 in the city of Hackensack near the westerly bank of the Hackensack river, thence northerly and generally parallel to the Hackensack river, through the city of Hackensack and the southerly section of the borough of River Edge, crossing the Hackensack river in the vicinity of Howland avenue if extended easterly, thence northerly along the easterly side of the Hackensack river in the borough of New Milford to a point approximately one thousand feet north of River Edge road, thence crossing the Hackensack river to northeast portion of the borough of River Edge and running in a westerly direction through the northeasterly portion of borough of River Edge and to the borough of Oradell, thence westerly and parallel to and in the proximity of its southerly boundary line to the borough of Paramus, thence northerly through the borough of Paramus and the westerly portion of the borough of Oradell, thence again through the northerly part of Paramus, to the southerly portion of Washington township, thence in a northerly direction through the southerly portion of Washington township to and through the boroughs of Hillsdale, Woodcliff Lake and Park Ridge and the northerly portion of Washington township to and through the borough of Montvale to the New York State line in the vicinity of Chestnut Ridge road.

L.1951, c. 289, p. 1064, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 151. Beginning on Route No. 25 (entrance road) in the vicinity of Cooper river, Camden city, New Jersey, and running thence, via the Camden business center to the Pennsylvania ferry at the foot of Market street and Federal street, Camden city.

L.1946, c. 115, p. 543, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. 178.

Added by L.1967, c. 142, s. 1, repealed 1997, c.143, s.3.

ROUTE NO. 300. Beginning at a point on Route No. 100 in Middlesex county, and thence in a generally southerly and westerly direction through the counties of Middlesex, Monmouth or Mercer or both, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and into the county of Salem to connection with a proposed new bridge across the Delaware river at or near Deepwater, Lower Penns Neck township, Salem county.

L.1947, c. 259, p. 942, s. 1, effective June 11, 1947.

ROUTE NO. 440. Beginning in the vicinity of the Kill Van Kull Bridge Plaza in Bayonne, Hudson county; and from thence proceeding westwardly into the waters of Newark bay, thence northwardly along the easterly shore of Newark bay to a junction with existing route 1 in the vicinity of 63rd street and Hudson county boulevard also in Bayonne, Hudson county.

L.1959, c. 57, p. 166, s. 1, effective June 2, 1959.

Route No. . As soon as practicable the State Highway Commissioner shall establish the State Highway Route, from the Lincoln Tunnel in the township of Weehawken to and connecting with the Holland Tunnel by way of the township of Weehawken, city of Hoboken and the city of Jersey City, heretofore authorized by P.L.1934, chapter 116 and Revised Statutes 27:6-1; and the aforesaid route is hereby designated a freeway as defined in P.L.1945, chapter 83.

Amended by L.1965, c. 98, s. 1, eff. June 14, 1965.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning on Route No. 1 at or near the boundary line between Bayonne and Jersey City and from thence across the Bayonne peninsula to a point where connection can be made to roads leading to Bayonne Naval Supply Base and Bayonne Naval Drydock. The route so established is hereby designated as a freeway as defined in chapter eighty-three of the laws of one thousand nine hundred and forty-five.

L.1941, c. 32, p. 102, s. 1. Amended by L.1947, c. 325, p. 1049, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in Millville at the intersection of Broad street and Delsea drive and thence passing in the vicinity of Milmay to a point on Route 48, at or near Mays Landing.

L.1941, c. 38, p. 110, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in Morris Plains on State Highway Route No. 5N, and from thence to a point on Route No. 2 near the New York State line.

L.1941, c. 55, p. 139, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point in the Absecon boulevard in the city of Atlantic City between Duck thoroughfare and Newfound thoroughfare and proceeding thence in a northeasterly and easterly direction, crossing to and over Mankiller island also Mankiller bay, thence to and over Rum Point island, connecting with Atlantic County Road No. 38.

L.1941, c. 64, p. 150, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point in State Highway Route No. 4 in Somers Point, Atlantic county, New Jersey, where the same terminates at or near the Great Egg Harbor bay and river, thence across the Great Egg Harbor bay and river along the route of the presently constructed roads and bridges connecting Cape May and Atlantic counties, to and thence connecting with State Highway Route No. 4 at Beasleys Point, Upper township, Cape May county.

L.1942, c. 64, p. 304, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at the intersection of VanHouten avenue and Clifton avenue in the city of Clifton and from thence to connect with Route S-3.

L.1942, c. 77, p. 319, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at the Trenton end of the Trenton-Morrisville bridge at the foot of Bridge street and proceeding thence to Route No. 26.

L.1943, c. 28, p. 62, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Fenton's Corner on State Highway Route No. 44 in the township of Lower Penns Neck and thence connecting with State Highway Route No. 48 at Roos' Corner in the township of Upper Penns Neck.

L.1944, c. 47, p. 103, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point in State Highway Route No. 40 in the vicinity of Browning road circle, Pennsauken township, Camden county, New Jersey, and from thence by direct route to Delaware river bridge, said highway roughly paralleling State Highway Route No. 38 and Route No. 25 (entrance road) in the township of Pennsauken, and city of Camden, New Jersey.

L.1946, c. 113, p. 541, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Extending State Highway Routes No. 44, No. 45, and No. 47 in the vicinity of Westville, Gloucester county, New Jersey, by direct route to Delaware river bridge, running through Camden county on the alignment of or roughly parallel to the alignment of Broadway in Brooklawn borough, Gloucester and Camden cities, New Jersey.

L.1946, c. 114, p. 542, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Route No. 6 at Clifton and running in a general southerly direction via Essex county, Union township, Cranford, Clark township and Woodbridge township to Cape May; with a branch from Woodbridge township to Trenton.

L.1946, c. 117, p. 548, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at the intersection of New Jersey State Highway Route No. 51 and the Woodbury-Auburn road and proceeding thence in a southeasterly direction crossing Routes Nos. 45 and 47; thence to the intersection of State Highway Route No. 42 in Monroe township in the county of Gloucester.

L.1946, c. 128, p. 608, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Being all that certain county road or highway situate, lying and being in the county of Atlantic, State of New Jersey, known as the Delilah road and more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at the junction of said Delilah road with State Highway Route No. 48, near McKee City, thence in a general easterly direction along the various courses of said Delilah road and for the full width thereof to its junction with State Highway Route No. 56, known as Absecon boulevard, in the city of Absecon City, including the over-pass over said Absecon boulevard at said junction.

L.1946, c. 139, p. 675, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Scotland road in the City of Orange, in the county of Essex, and extending in a general eastwardly direction via the City of Orange, the City of East Orange and the City of Newark to connections with Raymond Boulevard and with Route No. 25A.

L.1946, c. 176, p. 763, s. 1. Amended by L.1952, c. 289, p. 977, s. 3.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in the highway added to the State highway system by chapter 114, laws of 1946, at a point in its southern part and north of the main branch of Timber creek and running thence, by direct route to State highway Route No. 42 at some point south of the south branch of Timber creek.

L.1947, c. 56, p. 193, s. 1. Amended by L.1956, c. 193, p. 712, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point in the boundary line between the States of New Jersey and New York in the borough of Alpine, connecting with the proposed Palisades Interstate parkway to be built by the State of New York, and extending in a general southerly direction east of State Highway Route No. 1 to the vicinity of the George Washington bridge; with a spur extending in a general westerly direction from the main parkway to Linwood avenue, in the borough of Fort Lee on said State Highway Route No. 1.

L.1947, c. 74, p. 442, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Being all that remaining portion of Crown Point road, in the borough of Westville, county of Gloucester, beginning at its intersection with State Highway Route No. 47 and extending to the new construction, of Route No. 45, section 22, and Route No. 44, section 9, a distance of approximately five hundred seventy-five feet.

L.1947, c. 260, p. 943, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at the intersection of Route 25 and of the route described in chapter one hundred seventeen, laws of one thousand nine hundred and forty-six, thence continuing in a general southeasterly direction and terminating at a point on Route 35 northerly of the Raritan river, all in Woodbridge township, Middlesex county.

L.1947, c. 328, p. 1051, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point at or in the vicinity of the intersection of Route 10 and Route 6 at Ledgewood, Morris county; thence in a general northerly direction to Route 6A in the vicinity of Lafayette, Sussex county.

L.1947, c. 329, p. 1052, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point in State Highway Route No. 26 in the vicinity of Clarksville, in the county of Mercer, and running in a southerly direction by way of Mercerville, in the county of Mercer, and connecting with existing State Highway Route No. 37 in the vicinity of White Horse, in the county of Mercer.

L.1948, c. 43, p. 128, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at the south-easterly terminal of State Route No. 56 as fixed by chapter eighty-four of the laws of one thousand nine hundred and thirty-eight, which terminal is more definitely located by order of the State Highway Commissioner, dated March fourth, one thousand nine hundred and forty-one, as being at or near the junction of Kuehnle avenue, in Atlantic City, Atlantic county, New Jersey, and extending in a south-easterly and easterly direction along the lines of the present Absecon boulevard, the several courses thereof, to its junction with Delaware avenue at or near the intersection of Delaware and Mediterranean avenues in Atlantic City, Atlantic county, New Jersey.

L.1948, c. 51, p. 137, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning on Route 49 in the vicinity of Dennisville, Cape May County, and from thence northerly, passing in the vicinity of Woodbine, to a connection with Route 47 in the vicinity of Marshallville.

L.1948, c. 167, p. 904, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Route 29 in the city of Lambertville and running in a westerly direction to the easterly end of the Delaware river bridge in the city of Lambertville, more particularly known as Bridge street and a portion of U.S. Route 202 in the city of Lambertville.

L.1948, c. 407, p. 1613, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at the north side of the trans-Bayonne freeway, and thence in a general northerly direction through the city of Jersey City, in the county of Hudson, to a point at or near the approach of the Holland Tunnel.

L.1948, c. 451, p. 1851, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point at or near Route No. 1 at its intersection with Route No. 25 skyway, and thence in a general northerly direction, and approximately paralleling Route No. 1, in part, to a point at or near the intersection of Route No. 100, Route No. 3, and the Lincoln Tunnel approach.

L.1948, c. 452, p. 1852, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in the vicinity of the Raritan river, thence taking a southeasterly direction passing between Fort Earle and Route 35 to a connection with Route 34 south of Route 33.

L.1950, c. 261, p. 904, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Route No. 38 in the County of Burlington, extending thence in a northeasterly direction to and along the Old Monmouth road through the counties of Burlington, Ocean and Monmouth to Route No. 4 at Freehold in the county of Monmouth.

L.1950, c. 300, p. 1012, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Route 8, in the vicinity of Columbia and paralleling the Delaware river to the southeasterly abutment of the bridge to be constructed across the Delaware river by the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission, in the vicinity of the Delaware Water Gap in Pahaquarry township, Warren county.

L.1951, c. 107, p. 516, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in the vicinity of the Raritan river, thence taking a southeasterly direction passing between Fort Earle and Route 35 to a connection with Route 34 south of Route 33.

L.1951, c. 109, p. 518, s. 1, effective May 29, 1951.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Route 31 northerly of Somerville in the County of Somerset and the State of New Jersey and from thence in a general northerly direction to the vicinity of Boonton in the County of Morris, thence continuing in a general northeasterly direction through Passaic County to a connection with Route 17 in Bergen County in the vicinity of the New York State line.

L.1951, c. 110, p. 519, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point in Route No. S-4, at or near the Outerbridge crossing of Arthur Kill in the city of Perth Amboy and running thence in a general westerly direction through Woodbridge township, Raritan township and Piscataway township to a point in Route No. 29 in or near Middlesex borough.

L.1953, c. 87, p. 1012, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at State Highway Route No. 2 (Route 17) in the vicinity of its intersection with State Highway Route No. S-3 in or near the township of Lyndhurst, and running southerly east of Schuyler avenue in the township of Lyndhurst, borough of North Arlington, town of Kearny, and ending at the Jersey City and Newark Turnpike in or near the town of Harrison.

L.1953, c. 93, p. 1021, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Robbinsville in the county of Mercer and the State of New Jersey and from thence in a general southeasterly direction to a point in the vicinity of "The Thomas A. Mathis Bridge" across Barnegat bay in Ocean county from Seaside Heights to Dover township.

L.1953, c. 111, p. 1297, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at the traffic circle at the southerly end of Route 68 and extending in a southerly direction to a connection with Route 70 in the vicinity of its intersection with Route 72.

L.1953, c. 112, p. 1298, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in the vicinity of the Burlington-Bristol bridge over the Delaware river and extending in a southeasterly direction to a connection with Route 70 in the vicinity of its intersection with Route 72.

L.1953, c. 113, p. 1299, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point in State Highway Route 28 (1927), Route U.S. 22 (1953) east of Clinton, Hunterdon county, New Jersey, and from thence proceeding westwardly by direct route to another point in the said legislated Route 28 (1927), Route U.S. 22 (1953) west of Clinton.

L.1955, c. 75, p. 241, s. 1, effective June 16, 1955.

ROUTE NO. .

L.1955, c. 255, s. 1, repealed 1997, c.143, s.3.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Garfield avenue in Jersey City, Hudson county and connecting with a service road constructed by the New Jersey Turnpike Authority; and from thence proceeding eastwardly to Point Breeze; thence southerly approximately paralleling Avenue E over new location to a point opposite East 30th street in the city of Bayonne, Hudson county at location known as Constable Hook.

L.1957, c. 88, p. 171, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in the vicinity of the Borough of Eatontown, Monmouth County, at State Highway Route 35 on the north and from thence in a southerly direction easterly of the Garden State Parkway through Ocean Township, Neptune Township, and Wall Township, to State Highway Route 35 in the vicinity of the Borough of South Belmar, in Monmouth County, on the south.

L.1958, c. 103, p. 570, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at Route U.S. 40 and 322 in the vicinity of its crossing of the Great Thoroughfare and from thence in a general southerly and easterly direction to a connection with Federal Aid Secondary Route 236 at the intersection of Dorset Avenue and West End Avenue, in Atlantic County.

L.1961, c. 133, p. 801, s. 1, effective Jan. 8, 1962.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at Route 18 in New Brunswick and taking a northwesterly direction generally parallel to the Raritan river crossing the river in the Leupp lane-Metlars lane area and continuing to Route 287.

L.1962, c. 102, s. 1, eff. June 29, 1962. Amended by L.1971, c. 291, s. 1, eff. Aug. 19, 1971.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in East Brunswick Township, Middlesex County, at State Highway Route 18 on the west and from thence in an easterly direction to State Highway Route 35 south of Cheesequake Creek, in Middlesex County, on the east.

L.1962, c. 240, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in the township of South Brunswick, in the county of Middlesex, at a point on Route 130 and extending in a general northeasterly direction to a point in the township of Monroe in the county aforesaid, near the intersection of Middlesex County Routes 522 and 535.

Existing highways may be made use of wherever it is convenient so to do, and the commissioner may acquire rights of way where necessary. The new route shall be constructed with moneys appropriated for the State Highway Department by the general appropriation act.

L.1964, c. 121, s. 1.

ROUTE 90 FREEWAY. Beginning at a point in or near the proposed new bridge over the Delaware river in the township of Pennsauken in Camden county, and extending generally easterly to Route 73.

L.1965, c.60, s.1, amended by 1997, c.143, s.1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning in the vicinity of a major interchange of State Highway Routes Nos. 29 and 206, in the township of Hamilton, county of Mercer, and thence in a generally easterly direction to an intersection east of Route 130 with the State highway route described in chapter 111, laws of 1953, approved April 22, 1953.

L.1965, c. 210, s. 1.

ROUTE NO. . Beginning at a point in State Highway Route 33 (1953) west of Freehold and thence proceeding southeastwardly to another point in the said Route 33 (1953) east of Freehold.

L.1965, c. 210, s. 2.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning in the town of Hackettstown, in Warren county at a point where Routes Nos. 24 and 57 intersect and from thence in a general southeasterly direction to a point in the township of Washington in the county of Morris to intersect with Route No. 46.

Added by L.1965, c. 241, s. 1, eff. Feb. 16, 1966.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning on existing Route 15 in the vicinity of Lake Shawnee, township of Jefferson, Morris county and thence northward on new alignment through the township of Sparta and township of Lafayette, terminating in the vicinity of the intersection of Route 206 and County Route 565 in the township of Frankford: all in Sussex county, New Jersey.

As the route provided for in the act is taken in the State highway system, the State Highway Commissioner shall designate said route by an appropriate route number as provided by law.

Added by L.1966, c. 221, s. 1, eff. Aug. 10, 1966.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning in the vicinity of a new bridge to be constructed across the Delaware river, north of Lambertville, New Jersey, and running thence in a general northeasterly direction to a point in existing Route 202 (1953), north and east of Lambertville, New Jersey.

Added by L.1967, c. 143, s. 1, eff. July 7, 1967.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at a point in existing Route 169 at Garfield street in Jersey City and extending thence in a general westerly direction between the Pennsylvania Railroad and the New Jersey Turnpike to a point in Route 440 Freeway approximately 1,500 feet south of the New Jersey Turnpike.

Added by L.1967, c. 163, s. 1, eff. July 25, 1967.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at a point in or near the present intersection of Orchard street and Westfield avenue in the city of Elizabeth, in Union county, and extending generally easterly across U.S. Routes 1 and 9 and the New Jersey Turnpike, and thence generally northerly to a point in the vicinity of North avenue East and McLester street in the area of Port Elizabeth, in the city of Elizabeth.

Added by L.1967, c. 219, s. 1, eff. Oct. 10, 1967.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at or in the vicinity of the westerly abutment line of the John F. Kennedy Memorial Bridge over Risley Channel in Atlantic county and thence proceeding toward Somers Point in said county and being presently designated as Atlantic County Route No. 20.

When this route is taken into the State highway system as provided in this section, the State Highway Commissioner shall designate the said route by an appropriate route number as provided by law.

Added by L.1968, c. 397, s. 1, eff. Jan. 10, 1969.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at the intersection of Cape May County Road No. 585 with Route No. 9 at Burleigh in Cape May county and extending along and including said Cape May County Road No. 585 in a southeasterly direction to the northeasterly line of the city of North Wildwood.

Added by L.1971, c. 23, s. 1, eff. Feb. 4, 1971.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at a point on Route 1-9 south of the Pulaski Skyway, in the county of Hudson, and extending generally northerly to a point of intersection with the Pulaski Skyway, and thence generally northerly to a point of intersection with State Route No. 3, in Hudson county.

Added by L.1971, c. 120, s. 1, eff. April 29, 1971.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at a point on route 1-9 south of the Pulaski skyway, in the county of Hudson, and extending generally northerly to a point of intersection with the Pulaski skyway, thence generally northerly to a point of intersection with State route no. 3, in Hudson county and thence generally northerly to a point of intersection with Interstate route 80 in Bergen county.

Added by L.1971, c. 140, s. 1, eff. May 13, 1971.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at or in the vicinity of Morris street, south of the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad and proceeding in a northwesterly direction approximately parallel to the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad to a point on Speedwell avenue in the vicinity of Speedwell lake, all within the town of Morristown.

L.1971, c. 410, s. 1, eff. Jan. 20, 1972.

ROUTE NO. ----. Plant street, in Upper Penn's Neck township, beginning at its intersection with U.S. Route 130 in the county of Salem thence in a generally easterly direction to a point east of its intersection with U.S. Route 40.

L.1973, c. 152, s. 1, eff. May 30, 1973.

ROUTE NO. ----. Beginning at the Bayonne bridge approach in the city of Bayonne, Hudson county and proceeding northeasterly and northerly to the vicinity of the New Jersey Turnpike, Newark Bay extension (I-78) in Jersey City, Hudson county and, thence, west-northwesterly, to the vicinity of New Jersey Route 440 in Jersey City, Hudson county; also to include a northerly spur, wholly within Jersey City, Hudson county, beginning in the vicinity of Harbor drive and proceeding in a northerly direction to a connection with Bayview avenue.

L.1976, c. 52, s. 1, eff. July 22, 1976.

ROUTE NO. ----. Extending from Carll's Corner, generally in an easterly direction to State Highway 55 in Vineland, New Jersey, and more particularly known as Landis avenue, partly in Cumberland and partly in Salem county, being designated in Cumberland county as roads No. 22 and No. 23 and in Salem county as road No. 6.

L.1977, c. 405, s. 1, eff. Feb. 23, 1978.


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