New Jersey Turnpike

Direction:
North/South
Southern Terminus:
I-295 in Pennsville
Northern Terminus:
New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) in Mansfield
Distance:
52.17 miles
Counties:
Salem, Gloucester, Camden, Burlington
Signed:
No

The New Jersey Turnpike is New Jersey's main north/south toll road. It begins at I-295 in Pennsville, just north of the Delaware Memorial Bridge. It runs north, parallel to I-295 through the southern part of the state near Philadelphia. In this area, it has the unsigned disignation of NJ 700; no route number is posted. At exit 6 in Mansfield, it merges with I-95, a turnpike extension that connects to the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-276). North of this point, the turnpike is designated I-95. It continues north with this designation to the George Washington Bridge.

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