Hillside Avenue, Lamington Road, Mine Brook Road, Morristown Road, Mount Kemble Avenue, Market Street, Bank Street, West Park Place, South Park Place, East Park Place, North Park Place, Speedwell Avenue, Littleton Road, Parsippany Boulevard, Intervale Road, Washington Street, Myrtle Avenue, Main Road, Main Street, Boonton Turnpike, Mountainview Boulevard, Black Oak Ridge Road, Hamburg Turnpike, Terhune Drive, Ramapo Valley Road

Southern Terminus:
New Jersey-Pennsylvania state line
Northern Terminus:
New York-New Jersey state line
80.31 miles
Hunterdon, Somerset, Morris, Passaic, Bergen

US 202 extends from Wilmington, Delaware, to Bangor, Maine. It primarily passes through rural areas, avoiding major cities such as New York, Hartford, and Boston. In New Jersey, it is marked as a north/south route, although it is considered an east/west route in other states such as New York. It enters New Jersey from Pennsylvania on a bridge over the Delaware River. There is a short expressway section for a couple of miles near the state line. The expressway then ends and becomes a four-lane divided highway with traffic lights. It runs northeast to Somerville, where it merges with US 206. The US 202/US 206 runs north from Somerville to Bedminster, crossing I-287 twice. It then splits off and becomes a two-lane undivided road. It runs northeast, parallel to I-287, to Morristown and then to Parsippany, where it crosses I-80. North of Parsippany, it turns to the east until Wayne, where it is multiplexed with NJ 23 north. After a couple of miles, it splits off and runs northeast to the New York-New Jersey state line.

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