State highways in New Jersey

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Standard route signage in New Jersey
Highway names
Interstates: Interstate X (I-X)
US Routes: U.S. Route X (US X)
State: Route X (NJ X)
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New Jersey State Highway Routes

In the U.S. state of New Jersey, the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) maintains a system of state highways. Every significant section of roadway maintained by the state is assigned a number, officially State Highway Route X but commonly called Route X by the NJDOT and the general public. Interstate Highways and U.S. Highways are included in the system, and are typically also called Route X, as there is no duplication of numbers between the systems. State Routes are signed with the standard circular highway shield. The majority of Routes are maintained by the state, but occasionally, for the sake of continuity, a local road is designated and signed as part of a Route. Additionally, all toll roads in New Jersey are assigned internal numbers by the NJDOT — the New Jersey Turnpike is 700 (south of the split with I-95), the Garden State Parkway is 444, the Palisades Interstate Parkway (not tolled, but maintained by the Palisades Interstate Park Commission) is 445, and the Atlantic City Expressway is 446.

Numbering and other details[edit]

Major routes are typically assigned one- or two-digit numbers, except where the numbers were chosen to match an adjacent state. Most numbers from 1 to 50 follow a general geographic pattern assigned in 1927 (details below), but later additions are more haphazard. The only suffixed routes other than U.S. Route 9W are short unmarked connections such as Route 76C, an elongated ramp to Interstate 76. The only bannered state route is Route 33 Business; U.S. Route 1 Business and U.S. Route 1-9 Truck are also present.

A statewide system of major county highways is numbered by the NJDOT in the 500-599 range; these are known as 500 Series County Routes. All counties but two – Bergen and Monmouth – number their other county routes beginning at 600. County routes in Bergen County range from 2 to 134; those in Monmouth County range from 1 to 57. Ocean County also has a system of minor county routes with numbers ranging from 3 to 111 in addition to those beginning with 600.

History[edit]

The initial system of state highways was legislated in 1916, and by 1917 the state began to take over roads from the counties. By 1922, the routes were marked. U.S. Route numbers were added to some of the main routes in 1927.

Cutout state route marker used prior to 1953

After a failed renumbering in 1926, a completely new numbering was instituted in 1927, with only four sections of pre-1927 routes remaining as their old numbers suffixed with N - Route 4N, Route 5N, Route 8N and Route 18N. The new numbers followed a general geographical pattern from north to south - 1-12 in northern New Jersey, 21-28 roughly radiating from Newark, 29-37 from Trenton, 38-47 from Camden, and 48-50 in southern New Jersey. Every state highway, even those forming parts of U.S. Routes, was assigned a number. Some short routes were assigned prefixes of S; for instance, Route S26 was a spur of Route 26 south of New Brunswick. One prefixed and suffixed route - Route S4A - was also defined as a second spur of Route 4. As the system grew, some numbers beyond 50 were used, but most new routes received prefixed or suffixed labels.

1956 state route marker

On January 1, 1953, the second renumbering was implemented. This was not a complete renumbering; instead, the only renumbered routes were those that violated a few guidelines — primarily long concurrencies, especially with U.S. Routes; duplication of numbers with U.S. routes; suffixed routes; and number changes across state borders. Some routes were shortened to remove concurrencies, while others, like Route 25, completely disappeared. Numbers from 53 to 93 were assigned to renumbered routes, while shorter ones received numbers from 152 to 165. The two planned toll roads — the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Turnpike - received only those names; they had been numbered 4 Parkway and 100.

The majority of new numbers assigned since the 1953 renumbering have been from 166 to 185, with some short routes instead receiving numbers based on their parents (for instance, an old section of U.S. Route 9 became Route 109). Minimal disruption was caused by the assignment of Interstate Highway numbers in the late 1950s. In the 1990s, the majority of bannered U.S. Routes were renumbered as state routes.

Interstates[edit]

See: List of Interstate Highways in New Jersey

US Routes[edit]

See: List of U.S. Routes in New Jersey

State highways[edit]

Number Length (mi)[1] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed
Route 3 10.84 17.45 US 46 in Clifton US 1-9 in North Bergen 1927 current
Route 4 10.83 17.43 Route 20 in Paterson I-95/US 1-9/US 9W/US 46 in Fort Lee 1927 current
Route 5 3.18 5.12 US 1-9 in Ridgefield CR 505 in Edgewater 1927 current
Route 7 9.46 15.22 US 1-9 Truck in Jersey City CliftonNutley city line 1927 current
Route 10 23.51 37.84 US 46 in Ledgewood CR 577 in West Orange 1927 current
Route 11 0 0 US 22 (old Route 28) in Whitehouse US 22 (old Route 29) in Warrenville c. 1953[2][3]
Route 12 11.69 18.81 To PA 32 in Frenchtown US 202/Route 31 in Flemington 1927 current
Route 13 0.56 0.90 CR 632 in Point Pleasant CR 632 in Bay Head 1953 current
Route 14 25.0 40.2 Route 23 in Butler New York state line in Alpine c. 1960 c. 1975[4]
Route 15 19.53 31.43 US 46 in Dover US 206/CR 565 in Ross Corner 1953 current
Route 17 27.20 43.77 Route 7/CR 507 in North Arlington I-287/NY 17 in Mahwah 1942 current
Route Length
mi
Length
km
South/West North/East Existence
Route 18 40.16 64.63 Route 138 in Wall Township Hoes Lane in Piscataway Township 1953 – present
Route 19 3.04 4.89 CR 509 in Clifton CR 509 in Paterson 1988 – present
Route 20 4.15 6.68 US 46 in Clifton CR 504 in Paterson 1953 – present
Route 21 14.35 23.09 US 1 / US 9 / US 22 in Newark US 46 in Clifton 1927 – present
Route 21A     Route 21 in Newark Route 7 in Belleville 1953 – by 1969[5]
Route 23 52.63 84.70 CR 506 / CR 577 in Verona CR 15 in Montague Township 1927 – present
Route 24 10.42 16.77 I‑287 in Morristown I‑78 in Springfield 1927 – present
Route 26 2.54 4.09 US 1 in North Brunswick CR 620 / CR 691 in New Brunswick 1927 – present
Route 27 38.53 62.01 US 206 in Princeton Route 21 in Newark 1927 – present
Route 28 26.44 42.55 US 22 / CR 614 in Bridgewater Township Route 27 in Elizabeth 1927 – present
Route 29 34.76 55.94 I‑195 / I‑295 in Hamilton Township Route 12 in Frenchtown 1927 – present
Route 29B     Route 29A in Frenchtown Route 28 in Alpha 1938 – 1953[2][3]
Route 31 48.93 78.75 US 1 Bus. / US 206 in Trenton US 46 in Buttzville 1967 – present
Route 32 1.18 1.90 US 130 in South Brunswick I‑95 / NJ Tpk. / CR 612 in Monroe Township 1964 – present
Route 33 42.03 67.64 US 1 / Route 129 in Trenton Route 71 in Neptune Township 1927 – present

Route 33 Bus.
6.89 11.09 Route 33 in Manalapan Township Route 33 in Howell Township 1990 – present

Route 33 Byp.
    Route 33 in Freehold Township Route 33 in Freehold ~1988 – 1990
Route 34 26.79 43.11 Route 35 / Route 70 in Wall Township US 9 in Old Bridge Township 1927 – present
Route 35 58.11 93.52 Island Beach State Park in Berkeley Township Route 27 in Rahway 1927 – present
Route 36 24.40 39.27 CR 51 / G.S. Pkwy. in Tinton Falls Route 35 / G.S. Pkwy. in Keyport 1927 – present
Route 37 13.43 21.61 Route 70 in Lakehurst Route 35 in Seaside Heights 1927 – present
Route 38 19.19 30.88 US 30 / US 130 in Pennsauken Township US 206 / CR 530 in Southampton Township 1927 – present
Route 41 14.08 22.66 Route 47 / CR 603 / CR 630 in Deptford Township CR 611 in Maple Shade Township 1927 – present
Route 42 14.28 22.98 US 322 / CR 536 Spur in Monroe Township I‑76 / I‑295 in Bellmawr 1927 – present
Route 43 2.35 3.78 CR 561 / CR 726 in Winslow Township CR 716 in Winslow Township 1927 – 1988
Route 44 26.79 43.11 Barker Avenue in Bridgeport I‑295 / US 130 / CR 640 in Thorofare 1927 – present
Route 44T     Pennsylvania state line in Paulsboro Route 42 in Williamstown 1953[2][3]
Route 45 28.51 45.88 Route 49 in Salem US 130 in Westville 1927 – present
Route 47 75.19 121.01 Atlantic Avenue in Wildwood US 130 / CR 551 / CR 736 in Brooklawn 1927 – present

Route 47 Alt.
8.58 13.81 Route 47 in Dennis Township Route 47 in Maurice River Township Until 1990
Route 48 4.26 6.86 US 130 / CR 675 in Penns Grove US 40 in Carneys Point 1927 – present
Route 49 53.80 86.58 I‑295 / US 40 / US 130 in Pennsville Township Route 50 / CR 557 in Upper Township 1927 – present
Route 50 26.02 41.88 US 9 / G.S. Pkwy. in Upper Township US 30 / CR 563 in Egg Harbor City 1927 – present
Route 52 2.74 4.41 Palen Avenue in Ocean City US 9 in Somers Point 1937 – present
Route 53 4.66 7.50 US 202 in Morris Plains Bloomfield Avenue in Denville 1953 – present
Route 54 11.86 19.09 US 40 in Buena Vista Township US 30 / US 206 in Hammonton 1938 – present
Route 55 40.54 65.24 Route 47 in Port Elizabeth Route 42 in Deptford 1967 – present
Route 56 9.19 14.79 Route 77 / CR 622 in Upper Deerfield Township Route 47 in Vineland 1927 – present
Route 57 21.10 33.96 US 22 in Lopatcong Township Route 182 / CR 517 in Hackettstown 1953 – present
Route 58 1.48 2.38 Orange and Hecker Streets in Newark Harrison Avenue in Harrison 1953 – by 1997
Route 59 0.15 0.24 CR 610 in Garwood Route 28 in Cranford 1953 – present
Route 60 58.4 93.99 US 40 in East Brunswick US 9 / G.S. Pkwy. in Ocean City Still active[6]
Route 62 0.47 0.76 US 46 in Totowa I‑80 in Totowa 1953 – present
Route 63 3.09 4.97 CR 501 in North Bergen US 1/9 / US 46 in Fort Lee 1953 – present
Route 64 0.32 0.51 CR 526 / CR 571 in West Windsor CR 526 / CR 571 / CR 615 in West Windsor 1953 – present
Route 65 4.12 6.63 US 1-9 in Newark US 1-9 Truck in Newark 1953 – by 1963
Route 66 3.62 5.83 Route 33 in Tinton Falls Route 35 in Neptune Township 1953 – present
Route 67 1.86 2.99 Route 5 in Fort Lee US 9W in Fort Lee 1953 – present
Route 68 7.97 12.83 CR 616 in New Hanover Township US 206 in Mansfield Township 1953 – present
Route 69 48.36 77.83 US 1 Bus. / US 206 in Trenton US 46 in Buttzville 1953 – 1967
Route 70 59.84 96.30 Route 38 / CR 601 in Pennsauken Township Route 34 / Route 35 in Brielle 1953 – present
Route 71 16.78 27.00 Route 35 in Brielle Route 35 / CR 537 in Eatontown 1953 – present
Route 72 28.74 46.25 Route 70 / CR 644 / CR 646 in Woodland Township CR 607 in Ship Bottom 1953 – present
Route 73 34.64 55.75 US 322 / CR 561 Spur in Folsom PA 73 in Palmyra 1953 – present
Route 74 10.6 17.06 Route 18 in East Brunswick Route 35 in Laurence Harbor 1961 – present
(not built)[7]
Route 75     US 1/9 in Newark Route 21 in Newark 1961 – 1997[8] (never built)
Route 76 1.18 1.90 I‑95 / NJ Tpk. in Elizabeth US 1/9 in Elizabeth 1960s – by 1969
Route 76C 1.22 1.96 I‑76 in Camden Route 168 in Camden Still active
Route 77 22.55 36.29 Route 49 / CR 609 in Bridgeton Route 45 in Harrison Township 1953 – present
Route 79 12.13 19.52 US 9 in Freehold Township Route 34 / CR 516 Spur in Matawan 1953 – present
Route 81 1.18 1.90 I‑95 / NJ Tpk. in Elizabeth US 1/9 in Elizabeth 1982 – present
Route 82 4.92 7.92 Route 124 / CR 577 in Springfield Route 439 / CR 629 in Union Township 1953 – present
Route 83 3.81 6.13 Route 47 in Dennis Township US 9 in Dennis Township 1953 – present
Route 84 7.03 11.31 Route 23 in Sussex NY 84 in Wantage 1942[9] – 1966
Route 85 7.6 12.23 I‑78 in Jersey City I‑80 in Fort Lee 1970s[10]
Route 87 1.70 2.74 US 30 in Atlantic City CR 638 in Brigantine 1953 – present
Route 88 10.02 16.13 US 9 / CR 547 in Lakewood Township Route 35 in Point Pleasant 1953 – present
Route 90 3.22 5.18 Betsy Ross Bridge in Pennsauken Township Route 73 in Cinnaminson 1953 – present
Route 91 2.26 3.64 US 1 in North Brunswick CR 693 in New Brunswick 1953 – present
Route 92 6.7 10.78 US 1 in South Brunswick I‑95 / NJ Tpk. in Monroe Township 1950s–2006 (never built)[11]
Route 93 3.50 5.63 US 1/9 in Ridgefield Van Nostrand Avenue in Englewood 1953 – present
Route 94 45.94 73.93 Portland-Columbia Toll Bridge in Knowlton NY 94 in Vernon 1953 – present
Route 100     Route 26 in North Brunswick Township George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee 1953[2][3]
Route S100     Route 100 in Elizabeth Route 25 in Elizabeth 1953[2][3]
Route 101     Harrison Avenue in Kearny Route 4 in Hackensack 1953[2][3]
Route S101     Route 4 in Hackensack New York border in Montvale 1953[2][3]
Route 109 3.06 4.92 CR 633 in Cape May US 9 in Lower Township 1970s – present
Route 120 2.65 4.26 Route 3 in East Rutherford Route 17 / CR 120 in Carlstadt 1990s – present
Route 122 2.54 4.09 CR 678 in Phillipsburg US 22 in Pohatcong 1990 – present
Route 124 14.74 23.72 US 202 / CR 510 in Morristown CR 603 in Maplewood 1972 – present
Route 129 2.41 3.88 Lamberton Road in Hamilton Township US 1 in Trenton 1993 – present
Route 133 3.59 5.78 CR 571 in East Windsor Route 33 in East Windsor 1999 – present
Route 138 3.52 5.66 I‑195 / Route 34 in Wall Township Route 35 in Wall Township 1988 – present
Route 139 2.77 4.46 US 1/9 / CR 501 in Jersey City I‑78 in Jersey City 1953 – present
Route 140 0.96 1.54 US 130 in Deepwater US 40 / CR 540 in Carneys Point 1977 – present
Route 143 2.35 3.78 CR 561 / CR 726 in Winslow Township CR 716 in Winslow Township 1989 – present
Route 147 4.20 6.76 US 9 / CR 618 in Middle Township CR 621 in North Wildwood 1971 – present
Route 151 0.56 0.90 I‑676 in Camden CR 537 in Camden 1946[12] – by 1969[5]
Route 152 2.54 4.09 CR 620 / CR 635 in Somers Point CR 629 in Egg Harbor Township 1969 – present
Route 153 1.43 2.30 Route 3 in Secaucus Route 3 in Secaucus 1953 – by 1980
Route 154 1.58 2.54 CR 561 in Cherry Hill Route 41 / Route 70 / CR 573 in Cherry Hill 1953 – present
Route 155 1.96 3.15 Bank Street/Ferry docks in Palmyra US 130 in Cinnaminson Township 1953 – by 1980
Route 156 1.18 1.90 US 130 in Hamilton Township US 130 in Yardville 1953 – present
Route 157 0.91 1.46 US 30 / CR 585 in Absecon US 9 in Absecon 1953 – present
Route 158 0.40 0.64 CR 508 (Centre Street) in Newark Second Street in Harrison 1953 – ca. 1979
Route 159 1.36 2.19 US 46 in Montville US 46 / CR 627 in Fairfield Township 1953 – present
Route 160 0.47 0.76 US 206 in Mansfield Township US 206 in Mansfield Township 1953 – after 1969
Route 161 1.10 1.77 CR 602 in Clifton CR 611 / CR 614 in Clifton 1953 – present
Route 162 0.70 1.13 CR 626 / CR 641 in Lower Township CR 626 / CR 603 in Lower Township 1969 – present
Route 163 0.30 0.48 US 46 in Delaware Hemlock Hill Road at dead-end in Delaware 1953 – present
Route 164 1.05 1.69 York Avenue in Elizabeth North Avenue in Elizabeth 1953 – by 1969
Route 165 0.26 0.42 Route 29 in Lambertville Route 29 / Route 179 in Lambertville 1953 – present
Route 166 3.73 6.00 US 9 in South Toms River US 9 / G.S. Pkwy. in Toms River 1954 – present
Route 167 2.76 4.44 US 9 in Port Republic US 9 in Bass River Township 1954 – present
Route 168 10.75 17.30 Route 42 / AC Exwy. in Washington Township CR 603 / CR 605 in Camden 1959 – present
Route 169 5.73 9.22 NY 440 in Bayonne I‑78 / NJ Tpk. in Bayonne 1957[13] – 2001[14]
Route 170 0.89 1.43 US 206 in Columbus US 206 in Columbus 1957 – 1986[15]
Route 171 3.10 4.99 US 1 / US 130 in North Brunswick Route 27 / CR 514 / CR 527 / CR 672 in New Brunswick 1953 – present
Route 172 0.81 1.30 Route 18 in New Brunswick Route 18 / CR 527 / CR 672 in New Brunswick 1955 – present
Route 173 14.62 23.53 I‑78 / US 22 in Greenwich Township CR 626 in Clinton Township 1969 – present
Route 174 0.81 1.30 Whitehead Avenue in Trenton US 1 in Trenton ~1957 – by 1980
Route 175 2.95 4.75 Route 29 in Trenton Route 29 in Ewing 1963 – present
Route 177 0.24 0.39 US 206 in Somerville Fourth Avenue in Somerville 1953 – by 1980
Route 178     Route 24 in Morristown I‑80 in Denville 1975[16] (never built)
Route 179 7.46 12.01 PA 179 in Lambertville US 202 / Route 31 / CR 514 in Ringoes 1965 – present
Route 180 3.12 5.02 US 9 in Manahawkin Selma Avenue in Stafford Township 1967 – 1980
Route 181 3.10 4.99 Route 15 in Jefferson Township Route 15 in Sparta Township 1974 – present
Route 182 0.96 1.54 Route 24 / Route 57 / CR 517 in Hackettstown US 46 / CR 517 in Hackettstown 1969 – present
Route 183 3.10 4.99 I‑80 / US 206 in Roxbury US 206 in Stanhope 1973 – present
Route 184 1.37 2.20 CR 501 / G.S. Pkwy. in Fords Route 35 in Perth Amboy 1974 – present
Route 185 0.65 1.05 Route 440 in Jersey City Linden Avenue in Jersey City 1988 – present
Route 187 0.47 0.76 US 30 in Atlantic City Route 87 in Atlantic City Still active
Route 208 10.07 16.21 Route 4 / CR 79 in Fair Lawn I‑287 in Oakland 1974 – present
Route 284 7.03 11.31 Route 23 in Sussex NY 284 in Wantage Township 1966 – present
Route 300     Delaware Memorial Bridge in Deepwater Route 100 near New Brunswick 1953[2][3]
Route 303     Route 4 in Tenafly NY 303 in Northvale 1953 – c. 1950s[2][3]
Route 324 1.51 2.43 Delaware River shoreline in Logan Township Cul-de-sac in Logan Township 1974 – present
Route 347 8.58 13.81 Route 47 in Dennis Township Route 47 in Maurice River Township 1990 – present
Route 413 0.76 1.22 PA 413 in Burlington US 130 in Burlington 1953 – present
Route 439 3.95 6.36 I‑278 in Elizabeth Route 27 in Elizabeth 1953 – present
Route 440 26.18 42.13 I‑287 / I‑95 / NJ Tpk. in Edison
NY 440 in Bayonne
NY 440 in Perth Amboy
US 1/9 Truck in Jersey City
1953 – present
Garden State Parkway
(Route 444)
172.40 277.45 Route 109 near Cape May Garden State Pkwy. at New York border in Montvale 1947 – present
Route 444R     Exit 117 on the Garden State Parkway (NJ 444) 1953 – 2006
Route 444S 0.50 0.80 Exit 105 on the Garden State Parkway (NJ 444) in Tinton Falls Still active
Palisades Interstate Parkway
(Route 445)
11.06 17.80 I‑95 / US 1-9 / US 46 in Fort Lee Palisades Interstate Pkwy. at New York border in Alpine 1958 – present
Route 445S 0.42 0.68 Route 67 in Fort Lee Palisades Pkwy. in Fort Lee Still active
Atlantic City Expressway
(Route 446)
44.19 71.12 Route 42 in Washington Township Baltic Avenue in Atlantic City 1964 – present
Atlantic City – Brigantine Connector
(Route 446X)
2.3 3.7 AC Exwy. in Atlantic City Route 87 in Atlantic City 2001 – present
Route 495 3.45 5.55 I‑95 / NJ Tpk. in Secaucus NY 495 in Weehawken 1959 – present
New Jersey Turnpike
(Route 700/I-95)
122.40 196.98 I‑295 / US 40 in Pennsville I‑95 / US 1-9 / US 46 in Fort Lee 1951 – present
Route 700N 5.90 9.50 I‑95 / NJ Tpk. in Newark Exit 14C on the Newark Bay Extension in Jersey City 1953 – by 1969
Route 700P 6.50 10.46 I-276 in Florence I‑95 / Route 700 / NJ Tpk. in Florence 1953 – by 1969
Route 24-28 Link 2.29 3.69 Route 24 in Phillipsburg Route 28 in Phillipsburg 1940 – 1953[2][3][17]
Route 27-28 Link 0.52 0.84 Route 28 in Elizabeth Route 27 in Elizabeth 1927 – 1953[2][3][18][19]
Route 28-29 Link 2.29 3.69 Route 28 in Somerville Route 29 / Route 31 in Somerville 1938 – 1953[2][3][20]
Route 33-35 Link 3.62 5.83 Route 33 in Tinton Falls Route 35 in Neptune Township Until 1953[2][3]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ New Jersey Department of Transportation (2009). "Straight Line Diagrams" (PDF). Retrieved November 5, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m 1953 renumbering, New Jersey Department of Highways, retrieved July 31, 2009 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "New Road Signs Ready in New Jersey". The New York Times. 1952-12-16. Retrieved 2009-07-20. 
  4. ^ Anderson, Steve (2009). "NJ 14 Freeway (unbuilt)". Eastern Roads. Retrieved November 13, 2009. 
  5. ^ a b Milepost Log of State Highways (1969 ed.). New Jersey State Highway Department. 1969. 
  6. ^ Anderson, Steve (2009). "NJ 60 Freeway (unbuilt)". Eastern Roads. Retrieved 2009-11-29. 
  7. ^ New Jersey State Legislature (2007). "New Jersey Permanent Statutes Database". New Jersey State Legislature. Retrieved September 28, 2007. 
  8. ^ Anderson, Steve (2009). "NJ 75 Freeway (unbuilt)". Eastern Roads. Retrieved 2009-11-29. 
  9. ^ "Road Numbers Changed". The New York Times (New York, New York). March 20, 1942. 
  10. ^ Master Plan for Transportation. New Jersey Department of Transportation. 1972. 
  11. ^ Route 92-turnpike connection project off the table -- for now: Official says expansion of turnpike between Exits 6 and 9 is the top priority, Daily Record (Morristown), December 2, 2006.
  12. ^ 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. Trenton, New Jersey: New Jersey State Legislature. 1946. p. 543. 
  13. ^ Route No. 169, State of New Jersey Highway Law, 1957 
  14. ^ Conte, Michaelangelo (May 17, 2001). "Route 169 Is Now Route 440". The Jersey Journal (Jersey City, New Jersey). 
  15. ^ Transfer of jurisdiction: Route 170 in Mansfield Township, Act No. 2218(d) of 1986. Retrieved on July 1, 2013.
  16. ^ Anderson, Steve. "NJ 178 Freeway (unbuilt)". Eastern Roads. Retrieved 2009-03-07. 
  17. ^ Mid-West Map Co. (1941). Map of Pennsylvania and New Jersey (Map). Cartography by H.M. Gousha. http://www.mapsofpa.com/roadcart/1941_1467m.jpg. Retrieved 2009-03-29.
  18. ^ State of New Jersey, Laws of 1927, Chapter 319.
  19. ^ Williams, Jimmy and Sharon. "1927 New Jersey Road Map". 1920s New Jersey Highways. Retrieved 2008-10-08. 
  20. ^ State of New Jersey, Laws if 1938, Chapter 17.

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