New Jersey Road Map
Flowering Tree Branches Overhang a Road in Holmdel, New Jersey
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New Jersey Interstate Highways
New Jersey's Interstate Highways connect its major cities and facilitate travel between New Jersey and its neighbors. I-76 links I-295 with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania via the Walt Whitman bridge. I-78 and I-80 traverse central and northern New Jersey, respectively, from east to west. One segment of I-95 extends from the New York border southwestward into central New Jersey, while another segment extends a few miles northeastward from the Pennsylvania border near Trenton. Between these segments, I-95 is incomplete; most travelers use the New Jersey Turnpike to travel between northeastern and southwestern New Jersey.
New Jersey's auxiliary Interstate Highways serve the state's metropolitan areas and suburbs. I-195 extends from Trenton eastward to the Garden State Parkway near the Jersey shore. The I-278 feeder highway connects Linden with I-95 and the Goethals Bridge into Staten Island, New York. I-280 connects I-80 in Morris County with I-95 in Hudson County. The I-287 beltway arcs around the New York metro area, while I-295 parallels the Delaware River to the east of Philadelphia, joining I-95 north of Trenton and crossing into Delaware via the Delaware Memorial Bridge. I-676 links I-76 with Philadelphia, Pennsylvania via the Ben Franklin bridge.
New Jersey Scenic Routes
On the border of Pennsylvania and New Jersey lies the forested valley known as the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Kittatinny Point Visitor Center off of I-80 offers stunning views of Kittatinny Ridge and access to an 18th century wagon trail known as Old Mine Road. The nearby Worthington State Forest is crossed by the Appalachian Trail and is popular with hikers and campers. Millbrook Village is home to 23 restored 18th century buildings, and High Point State Park offers spectacular views all the way to New York City. More information about scenic roads in New Jersey is available on these America's Byways: New Jersey and Scenic Byways in New Jersey pages.
New Jersey Road Travel Resources
Other major New Jersey highways include the Atlantic City Expressway and the Garden State Parkway. The Atlantic City Expressway traverses southern New Jersey between Atlantic City and Gloucester County. The Garden State Parkway traverses the length of New Jersey between Cape May County in the south and the New York State border in the north.
For more information about New Jersey's roads and transportation infrastructure, visit the New Jersey Department of Transportation website. For New Jersey road traffic conditions, visit the Federal Highway Administration's New Jersey Traffic Information page.
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