Trenton Freeway, Brunswick Pike, Pulaski Skyway, Tonnelle Avenue, Broad Avenue

Northbound Views

Welcome to New Jersey! A bridge carries US 1 over the Delaware River from Pennsylvania. At the end of the bridge, there is an exit for NJ 29.
Photos taken April 2019.
The first section of US 1 in New Jersey is called the Trenton Freeway. There is an exit for Greenwood Avenue (NJ 33) east, Market Street, and South Clinton Avenue.
Photos taken April 2019.
There is an exit for Perry Street.
Photos taken April 2019.
There is an exit for Olden Avenue (CR 622).
Photos taken April 2019.
There is an exit for Mulberry Street.
Photos taken April 2019.
There is an exit for Strawberry Street (Business US 1) and Lawrence Road (US 206).
Photos taken April 2019.
There is an exit for Whitehead Road (CR 648).
Photos taken April 2019.
The Trenton Freeway continues north for a short distance.
Photos taken April 2019.
The Trenton Freeway merges with Brunswick Avenue (Business US 1) to form Brunswick Pike.
Photos taken April 2019.
There is a traffic light at Franklin Corner Road (CR 546) and Bakers Basin Road.
Photos taken April 2019.
There is an interchange with the Camden Freeway (I-295).
Photos taken April 2019.
There is an exit for Grovers Mill Road (CR 638).
Photos taken April 2013.
There is a pair of exits for Quaker Bridge Road (CR 533) south, Province Line Road (CR 533) north, and Nassau Park Boulevard.
Photos taken April 2013.
There is an exit for Meadow Road and the Carnegie Center.
Photos taken April 2013.
There is a traffic light at Carnegie Center Boulevard.
Photo taken April 2013.
There is an exit for Alexander Road.
Photos taken April 2013.
There is a traffic light at Washington Road (CR 571).
Photo taken April 2013.
There is a traffic light at Fisher Place.
Photos taken April 2013.
There is a traffic light with jughandles at Harrison Street (CR 629).
Photos taken April 2013.
There is an exit for Plainsboro Road.
Photos taken April 2013.
There is an exit for Scudders Mill Road (CR 614).
Photos taken April 2013.
Skipping north to New Brunswick, there is a pair of exits for Memorial Parkway (NJ 18).
Photos taken December 2015.
There is a bridge over the Raritan River to Edison.
Photos taken December 2015.
There are exits for Edmund Street and Woodbridge Avenue (CR 514).
Photos taken December 2015.
There is a traffic light with jughandles at Plainfield Avenue (CR 529).
Photos taken May 2015.
There is a traffic light with jughandles at Wooding Avenue.
Photos taken May 2015.
There is a traffic light with jughandles at Old Post Road and Vineyard Road.
Photos taken May 2015.
After a short distance, Old Post Road crosses US 1 again at another traffic light with jughandles.
Photos taken May 2015.
There is a traffic light at Forest Haven Boulevard.
Photos taken May 2015.
There is a traffic light at Prince Street, followed by a pair of exits for Main Street (CR 531).
Photos taken May 2015.
There is a pair of exits for the Middlesex Freeway (I-287), which one exit south of here crosses the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) and turns into NJ 440.
Photos taken May 2015.
There is an exit for Pierson Avenue, followed by a pair of exits for Amboy Avenue (CR 501).
Photos taken May 2015.
There is a traffic light with jughandles at Grandview Avenue.
Photos taken May 2015.
There is an exit for Menlo Park Drive.
Photos taken May 2015.
There is a traffic light with jughandles at Parsonage Road.
Photos taken June 2014.
Welcome to Woodbridge! There is a traffic light with jughandles at Ford Avenue.
Photos taken June 2014.
There is an entrance to the Garden State Parkway (NJ 444) north.
Photos taken June 2014.
There is a traffic light with jughandles at Woodbridge Center Drive and Gill Lane.
Photos taken June 2014.
There is a traffic light with jughandles at Green Street (CR 604), which provides access to US 9 south. Straight ahead, northbound US 1 and US 9 merge together. They remain multiplexed from here all the way to New York City.
Photos taken June 2014.
There is a grade-separated interchange with St. Georges Avenue (NJ 35).
Photos taken June 2014.
There are traffic lights at Smith Street and Avenel Street (CR 650).
Photos taken June 2014.
There is a grade-separated interchange with South Inman Avenue and Rodgers Street.
Photos taken June 2014.
There is a traffic light at Randolph Avenue.
Photos taken June 2014.
Welcome to Union County and the City of Rahway! There are traffic lights at East Milton Avenue (CR 648), East Grand Avenue (CR 613), Avenue C, Stiles Street, South Wood Avenue (CR 617), Clinton Street, and Woodlawn Avenue.
Photos taken June 2014.
The roadway splits. Bear right for the Union Freeway (I-278), which begins here and serves as the approach to the Goethals Bridge.
Photos taken June 2014.
Skipping about half a mile, there are traffic lights at Maple Avenue, East Jersey Street, Bond Street, Flora Street, Olive Street, and Fairmount Avenue.
Photos taken May 2015.
There is a traffic light with jughandles at North Avenue.
Photos taken May 2015.
Approaching the Newark city line, US 1/US 9 becomes an expressway, dividing into express and local lanes.
Photos taken May 2015.
There is an exit for Newark Liberty International Airport.
Photo taken May 2015.
Welcome to the City of Newark! There is an exit for McClellan Street.
Photos taken May 2015.
There is an exit for the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95), the Phillipsburg-Newark Expressway (I-78), and Haynes Avenue.
Photos taken May 2015.
There is an exit for the McCarter Highway (NJ 21) and US 22.
Photos taken May 2015.
Skipping about a mile, the roadway splits. Passenger cars may bear left to remain on the mainline of US 1/US 9, which is closed to trucks here. Commercial vehicles must bear right for Truck US 1/US 9.
Photos taken July 2018.
The Pulaski Skyway consists of a pair of bridges carrying US 1/US 9 across the Passaic River and the Hackensack River from Newark to Jersey City.
Photos taken July 2018.
There is a left exit for Broadway. It is currently closed due to construction.
Photos taken July 2018.
There is an exit at which US 1/US 9 splits off onto Tonnelle Avenue. The Pulaski Skyway continues straight ahead as NJ 139.
Photos taken July 2018.
North to New York

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