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|West end||Warren Street / Lock Street in Newark|
| Route 21 in Newark
US 1-9 in Newark
I-95 / N.J. Turnpike / US 1-9 Truck in Newark
Raymond Boulevard is a major thoroughfare in Newark, New Jersey. The eastern portion of the road acts as the westbound member of a one-way pair; eastbound traffic uses Market Street and Ferry Street. Raymond Boulevard carries eastbound and westbound traffic west of Market Street, passing through Newark Penn Station and intersecting with McCarter Highway (New Jersey Route 21) and Broad Street.
The road carries traffic from the interchange at the west end of the Pulaski Skyway (U.S. Route 1/9) and U.S. Route 1-9 Truck in the Ironbound, passing thorough historic Riverbank Park on the Passaic River.
At Pennsylvania Station, it enters the high-tech corridor of downtown Newark and is lined with modern office skyscrapers such as the Gateway Center, Newark Legal Center, One Newark Center, and 80 Park Plaza.
The avenue crosses Broad Street two blocks north of Four Corners, the traditional center of the city. Proceeding west, it passes the campuses of Rutgers–Newark and New Jersey Institute of Technology. At the Warren Street intersection, Raymond Boulevard ends when it merges into Lock Street.
|Warren Street / Lock Street||Western terminus|
|0.61||0.98||Broad Street / Park Place – Prudential Center, City Hall, Military Park, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, New Jersey Historical Society|
|0.33||0.53||Route 21 (McCarter Highway) – Newark Liberty International Airport, Riverfront Stadium, Newark Museum|
|Market Street – Penn Station, City Without Walls Gallery|
|0.13||0.21||US 1-9 south (Pulaski Skyway) – Port Newark, Newark Airport||Interchange|
|0.00||0.00|| I-95 / N.J. Turnpike
US 1-9 Truck north – Bayonne, Jersey City
|Interchange, eastern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi